It has been quite some time since I have posted! Personally and professionally so much has happened in my world over the past few years that I feel now is as good a time as any to begin sharing again. And I certainly have the time, given I was recently put on a "temporary leave … Continue reading Let’s get reacquainted and caught up …
I don't know where you are in life right now, financially or otherwise, but I'd be willing to bet that you have moments where you think, is this where it's at? Is this as good as it gets? I too have those moments. Moments where I wonder how I got here ... to this place, … Continue reading Blind spots are a bitch
Ever meet someone and feel as though you've known them a long long time? Instant connection, right? That's what it was like when I met Brooke Becker, guest blogger of That Money Girl. Brooke and I share similar life stories and experiences as well as a love for seeking truth in relationships ... whether the relationship … Continue reading Silence in the Gaps – Guest blogger Brooke Becker
When I was a young girl I used to love going to Darien Lake and riding the Viper. I would ride that roller coaster over and over. I just couldn't get enough of it - the thrills, the squeals, and the sensation of my heart dropping into my belly. Then, sometime around 12 years old, … Continue reading How do I get off this Roller Coaster with money?
QUICK NOTE ... I wrote this article for LinkedIn just over a year ago. It occurred to me that this message is still relevant today, so here it is. Enjoy. January 12, 2015 ... Truthfully, I for one do not believe in New Years Resolutions ... for those that do, that's ok, whatever works for you … Continue reading Resolution or Relationship? What has your New Year been about so far?
For many people, success is a measurement of self-value and self-worth. In all of my combined years as a traditional financial advisor and wealth empowerment coach, I have found that most people equate their sense of worth to how much money they make, what they have, and what they can provide for others through the exchange of money. What if you are … Continue reading Quick thoughts about Unworthiness, Inequality, and Prejudice
After a bit of a break to be a soccer mom and focus on creating my newest coaching program...I'm back. Before I begin my latest post, I would like to formally announce my new signature program..."Financial First Aid for Divorce, for Women". I am happy to report that thus far, my program has received an … Continue reading Me, Money, Divorce–Victim Center Stage