Month: July 2020

Tracking Your Financial Progress

Tracking Your Financial Progress

Last week, our blog post was about How Much Is Enough and not falling into the trap of the “keeping up with the Joneses” mentality while being grateful for the resources you do have. Let’s talk this week about how to really know if you are on track financially or not and…

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How Much is Enough?

How Much is Enough?

This question comes up so often. Not verbatim per se, but I think so many of us ask ourselves … what amount is the right amount of money to where we will feel that we have “enough”? You might ask yourself: Am I paid enough? Am I saving enough? When will I make enough?…

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Financial Communication in Relationships

Financial Communication in Relationships

This Monday was International Kissing Day. When I heard that, I began to think about my first kiss with my now-husband. It was quite adorable really. It was at the end of one of our first dates, and he was walking me home. He turned to look at me and kissed me…

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Financial Independence and Finding a Purpose

Financial Independence and Finding a Purpose

With independence day this week, I wanted to talk about a bit about financial independence. There’s been a movement lately called FIRE (Financial Independence and Retire Early). While some are really big on this idea, I would beg to say that the most important thing…

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