I’ve been non-stop, writing guest posts, doing interviews, and connecting with the wonderful people who signed up for my recent Introductory Video Course.
When I sat down to create an article for you, I realized I’m sitting on so many resources that have come out of me lately – and that seems silly. So I’ve decided to lay out a round-up of sorts, and share my favorites from the past several weeks (plus a vintage interview, just for fun).
So, I invite you to make a cuppa something delicious, click on the ones that speak to you, and spend some time nourishing your relationship with money.
Sometimes we just need time to stop, breathe in and digest. That’s what this post is all about.
p.s. Warm welcome to the newest members of my community. We are now an international community. How cool is that?! I’m so glad you’re here!
With my dearest wishes,
Bari Tessler Linden
1. I loved talking with Sue Ann Gleason, of Chocolate For Breakfast, who invited me to contribute to her Luscious Legacy Project, inspiring women to take back their plates, one luscious bite at a time. This interview got pretty personal, down to the food I feed my son, my own relationship with food, and of course . . . my life-long love affair with chocolate. Read it here.
2. Beth Nichols, of ‘Do What You Love’, featured me as a part of the shared stories project, a “weekly series of guest posts sharing the stories of people determined to do what they love”. I love the concept, and was so glad to be a part of it. Check it out here.
3. Handmade Success invited me to share about the 7 Money Tools that are at the foundation of the Conscious Bookkeeping Method. Plus, this post is full of the most gorgeous photos by Elysa Darling. Check it out here.
4. I shared my story with Ann McMahon of Journeying Woman. The post is called: the Pregnant Pause with Bari Tessler. Yup, it’s all about what led up to becoming a mom, and my pregnancy experience. If you’re interested in my becoming-a-mom story, you might like it. Here it is.
5. Are you Haunted By A Debt? Wanted to add a recent article I wrote, which turned out to be a pretty robust resource for those of you navigating debt. Previously, I hadn’t really shared my perspective on the topic. Read the article and find debt resources here.
6. Finally, I thought I’d throw in a vintage interview from 2010 with Caroline Donahue. It’s one of my all time favorites, and I thought you might enjoy. Listen in here.