Money Practices

I'm declaring my stance on debt.

I’ll admit: it’s ironic. Debt is one of the most emotionally charged money areas for many people. Debt can be a catalyst for starting our deep money work, inviting us to face our emotional patterns and financial literacy head-on. And it’s one of the more common reasons people arrive at my digital doorstep. But I recently realized: I’ve never shared with you my whole, full-blown set of teachings on debt in one place. Sure, I talk about debt often, in…

July 9, 2019
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57 Tiny, Do-Able Baby Steps to Upgrade your Money Relationship

Baby steps are beautiful, my friend. You’ve probably heard me say that before. But it bears repeating! AND I want to give you loads of good ideas about what exactly I mean by a “baby step.” Because “go big or go home” is hogwash. And baby steps … are often the most powerful steps you can take. Over time, small shifts add up to big change. In any area of life — physical fitness, work, education … and certainly money.…

June 13, 2019
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What to do when you’re in financial fight-flight-freeze. My bathtub story.

What do you do when life throws you a major money curveball? What do you actually do? How can you sort through all of your emotions, fear, and shock, so you can see clearly? How do you soothe your body and heart when they’re in money panic mode? What do you actually do, in the middle of any given Tuesday afternoon? Today, I’d like to tell you the real, from-the-trenches story of a big financial trauma I faced — and…

May 13, 2019
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