Financial Therapy Method

new year's ritual

Psst … If you missed it, do check out the first part of this practice. In Part One: Looking Back, I guide you through a mini money ritual to honor and close last year. Because every transition (whether it’s a new year or a whole new phase of your life) involves saying hello to the new and saying goodbye to the old. Once you have done a thorough, grounded review of last year — including your numbers, your emotions, and…

December 29, 2016
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Ah, the end of another year. Farewells. Fresh beginnings. Celebrations + heartfelt hopes.   As this year ends, so does another chapter of your money story. Wherever you’re at with money — single, married, or entrepreneur; seasoned pro or terrified to even look at your numbers — this is a wonderful time to slow down, check in with yourself, review the year, and set intentions for next year. It’s easy to get swept up in the season’s energy of new…

December 2, 2016
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how to make a good money decision

Has your cursor ever hovered over the “buy now” button for an embarrassingly long time? Do you sometimes get stuck in “analysis paralysis” as you try to make a money decision … fearing the dreaded “coulda shoulda woulda” syndrome? How can you make a money decision that feels so good, you’re patting yourself on the back, the next day, the next week, the next year? In fact, what does it even mean, to “make a good money decision?” Many of…

November 11, 2016
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