What FOMO means for your money

FOMO stands for Fear Of Missing Out. And if you’ve got it, it’s costing you money.  I’ve been talking to a lot of people lately who are experiencing serious FOMO about something.  Multiple people have expressed concern about missing out on: Buying a home while real estate prices are still low Buying a home while…

Financial planners

Time to expect more from your money

If you’ve been around these parts for any amount of time, I hope it’s clear by now that financial planning is not about products, or investments, or even about deprivation. It’s not about feeling that you need to “do” something about your money specifically; instead, it’s getting intentional about your results with money. I think…

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Are You a Co-Dependent Spender?

What a year, huh? We’re in the home stretch now… and hopefully, people can take some time and regroup after a super-stressful year.  And even with record unemployment, I’m not seeing a lot of efforts to SAVE money on gift-giving; more often, people are thinking of this as the perfect time of year to practice…

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Do You Have Financial FOMO?

I’ve been talking to a lot of people lately who are experiencing a serious “Fear of Missing Out” or “FOMO” about something. Multiple people have expressed concern about missing out on: Buying a home while real estate prices are still low (in Seattle, haha! Hang on, let me get my time machine and transport you…