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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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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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I Didn’t See That Coming!

Financial Documents. Planning for the unexpected. ‘What if’ scenarios. Words and phrases that can often strike fear and anxiety in most of us. But it doesn’t have to be that way. As with any subject, the more you can learn, the more you can release your fear around that topic and begin to plan and…

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Two Words

In a recent blog post, I talked about “The Four-Letter Word” that can have a huge impact on the psychological value of money we are saving or spending. If you missed it, I encourage you to take a few moments to read it! Today, I am going to keep the theme of words and address…

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Money Mindfulness

Can you name the last five financial decisions you made? This is a tricky question that I often ask new clients. Our decisions around money take place in three major areas: spending, saving and budgeting. Do you remember that last five purchases you made? Probably not! Our spending decisions have a backseat in our overall…

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