Fiscal Self-Care

Self-care can be described as incorporating practices that increase our mental, physical and spiritual wellness. It’s about taking time to reflect on the parts of your life that leave you feeling drained or overwhelmed, and taking action steps to lower your stress and increase your well-being. Practicing self-care can often take a back seat to…

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Thriving (Instead of Just Surviving) During The Holidays

The holidays are fast approaching! Although they happen every year at about the same time, we find ourselves hitting panic mode right around Thanksgiving. We brace ourselves for the onslaught of expectations that will occur as soon as we eat the last bite of our pumpkin pie! By the time Christmas or Hanukah arrives, we…

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Downsizing or Rightsizing?

My husband, Bob, and I just bought a 1300 square foot 1969 rancher. The funny thing is, it is almost an exact replica of the 1968 rancher that my late husband and I bought more than 25 years ago, right down to the dark paneling on either side of the brick fireplace in the living…

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What Does Financial Independence Mean to You?

Women and Financial Independence Maybe you think being independent, financially doesn’t pertain to you because you are in a marriage or committed relationship. OR Perhaps you think that if you are independent, you are excluding your family and loved ones from your financial decisions. OR If you’re single, it may be that you take your…

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The Secret

I want to share a secret with you! If you are out there feeling as if you will never get your stuff together with money, you are not alone. Maybe you are late to the game of money management, and feel like everyone you know is closer to the finish line of financial confidence. You…

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