Money Practices

What we learned from a Money Date with our 8-year-old.

Last year, my publisher mentioned off-handedly that she thought my next book should be about parenting, kids, and money. I know there’s a huge need for this. After all, I remind people often:   The vast majority of us were simply never taught about money, let alone how to manage our emotions about it. We did not learn age-appropriate, incremental money lessons, from grade school on up. Can you imagine if we did?!   So, I hope I can write…

February 20, 2017
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Money Decision

Dear Community, One of the most common and perennial questions people arrive to my work with is: How on earth can I make a good money decision? It’s so important to me to help you make a good money decision. And I know this is “up” for so many of you, at this moment, as you consider whether or not to join us for my year-long money school, The Art of Money. Not only does this require that you make…

January 30, 2017
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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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