5 Ways That T-Rex & Yoga Eliminate Money Drama

Last Monday morning, I felt awful. It wasn’t about money drama, but all the same, I was grumpy and angry–for no good reason I could identify! I couldn’t figure out what was causing the negativity, which made me even MORE angry that I couldn’t just “be aware” and knock myself out of my angst. I…

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5 Ways To Release Your Money Story

It’s hard for all of us to release our stories–especially our own personal money story. I recently had a personal release with a family story, that I realized the process I experienced could be applied to anyone’s money story for a better release. I’ve had a tough road with my father. Not because of anything…

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Nine Ways To Stop Struggling With Money

Last week I referenced a quote from Will Smith that is extremely relevant to the way we think when we’re struggling with money: Money and success don’t change people, they just amplify what is already there. Click To Tweet People have lots of ideas about how they would want money to amplify things in a…

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Five Ways To Stop Giving Holiday Gifts

My family hasn’t given holiday gifts to each other for years and when we stopped, the holidays went from stressful and expensive to a time when we could relax and enjoy each other. Recently, some blog readers asked me how we got to that point—how did we have the conversation that initiated the change so…

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When Listening To Your Gut Is The Wrong Thing To Do

Initiating change in your financial life is difficult, because there are so many areas to consider! And when trying something new requires change in behaviors, schedules, processes or decisions, the common wisdom is to rely on your gut instincts to guide you. But recently, I discovered that when you try new things, your initial gut…

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Six Clues Your Gift Giving Is Codependent

Although I didn’t realize it at the time, when I was younger I used gift giving to gain love, approval, control and admiration. People seem to think that the less control you exert over your environment, the less control you have over your money, but I found exactly the opposite to be true for me.…

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