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Four Steps to Healthy Finances In 2017

Diet. Exercise. Money. If you’re making New Year’s Resolutions, chances are it’s involving one of those topics. In a way, the key to all three of those is essentially the same: planning and discipline. Of the three, your financial health is probably the topic where you can affect the most change through the smallest of things. Of course, you’ll...

Growing Up & Getting Control of My Finances

Growing up in an upper-middle-class family, I didn't really pay attention to my family's finances. My parents were always very financially stable and, within reason, we were able to afford the things I wanted. The ability to afford new clothes, makeup, and fun activities never really crossed my mind. Even though the things we are given in life aren’t...

4 Tips for Keeping Your Finances in the Right Space

Declutter & Get Organized (Project Eve)
Its springtime and most people are focused on the typical “spring cleaning” routines that gets their homes dust free and their yards in perfect condition. However, this is also a great time to declutter and organize your finances as well! Check out these 4 tips for decluttering and organizing to keep your finances in the right space all year...

How to Break Bad Money Habits

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How to Break Bad Money Habits with a 5-Step Money Cleanse We all know how important it is to cleanse our bodies. We cut down on processed foods, drink less caffeine and alcohol, and detox from ingredients like sugar and gluten. But what about a cleanse for our wallets? Food and money have a lot in common. We deal with them on a...

Starting Over: Ending the Cycle of Debt

 Starting Over: Ending the Cycle of Debt Becoming both financially stable and financially independent are two things many of us dream about but find difficult to put into action. There’s always something which we seem to be paying off and as a result we never seem to be escaping from the jungle of student debt, mortgage payments, credit and store...

Budgeting for Your Next Career Move

Budgeting for Your Next Career Move A career move can often mean achieving better work-life satisfaction, truly owning your life and happiness.So why is it that we devote so little energy to achieving greater results for ourselves?According to Thomas J. Denham, managing partner and career counselor of Careers in Transitions, only 40% of Americans engage in career planning.The fact is...

The Emotions of Money Making: Sound Financial Decisions at Any Age

‘Financial therapy’ is on the top of my list of client services. It’s offered at one time or another to nearly everyone who walks through my office doors… or asks me out for lunch, or sits next to me on a plane.The reason why is simple: As a society, we just haven’t been taught to talk about money, or...

Before Walking Down the Aisle

In the midst of discussing cake flavors, picking dress colors, and considering honeymoon destinations, there’s one more conversation that couples need to have before their wedding day: the Money Talk.Couples should be talking about money before getting married not only because it can help them avoid stress and arguments over finances in the future, but also because it’s simply...

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