Category Archives: Money Practices
15
Aug

Tend to your money life as you would a garden: Lessons from the backyard.

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This is a guest post by Jessie Rey Howard and Maketa Wilborn. It’s hard for me to convey just how much I love these two! They’re a married couple who recently completed my 6-month private financial therapy program — but beyond that, they are beautiful hearts and incredibly loving, conscious folks.

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07
Aug

Who’s on First? Meet the Players on Your Financial Support Team

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Repeat after me:

I do not have to know everything.
I can ask for help.
Sometimes, getting support is the strongest, bravest thing to do.

We all need support from financial professionals. Because, truth be told, we can’t all be experts in everything!…

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24
Jul

On Motherhood, Money Stories, and Finding Clarity in the Choppy Waters of Life.

 

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Welcome to my Guest Post Series! For the rest of 2014, my team and I are in deep creation mode, writing my book, The Art of Money. Yay! While we’re away, I’m thrilled to present voices + perspectives about money (and much more) from some of my favorite colleagues + thinkers.
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25
Feb

Creative Entrepreneurship + Money Practices

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Welcome to Part Two of a 3-part series on Money + Creative Entrepreneurship. I’ve alluded to the “money work” of being an entrepreneur many times. But now, for the first time, I’m sharing a full picture view of money work just for you entrepreneurs — including insights, practical wisdom, and the very best of my own behind-the-scenes business money story.
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11
Feb

The Ultimate Guide to Working with a Bookkeeper (Or Not!)

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One of the most common snags I see people hit when they begin their money practice is around the question: should I hire a bookkeeper or not?

First of all: this is a highly personal decision — just like everything else related to money!…

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09
Dec

The Art of Making Money Decisions

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This is the seventh post in the Golden Nugget Series: a collection of the sweetest, bite-sized tidbits of my work. It’s all celebrating the The Art of Money, my year-long money school, which begins January 15th, 2014. If you’re new here, subscribe for updates and money wisdom at the bottom of this post!

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10
Jul

Whoa. I interviewed a Student Loan Expert.

Dear Community, 

I discovered Heather Jarvis in response to requests from my Art of Money community for student loan support. Even though this topic wasn’t originally part of the curriculum, it quickly surfaced as a need for my community and I set out to find an expert (as I am certainly not!) to support them.…

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15
Apr

Tax Day Reflections

Dear Community,

Today is a loaded day. It’s Tax Day in the US.

Body Check In: What happens when you read those two teeny little loaded words? Tax Day. Feelings, sensations, reactions? Breathe into Tax Day. Take a peek at what’s there for you.…

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29
Nov

20 Questions for Your Accountant that Will Save Your Tushy

Do you have an accountant you adore and trust? If so, you can stop reading now.

If, on the other hand, the mere mention of the word “Accountant” puts you on edge . . . today’s article is for you, dear friend.…

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24
Oct

How to Take Yourself on a “Money Date”.

When was the last time you took yourself on a money date? Okay, I admit, it might not have the same appeal as dinner + a movie, but the rewards of regular money dates are huge and far reaching. And it may surprise you to experience just how fun, sexy, and nourishing they can be!

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