Life Lessons

Dear Community, I spent months scouting out trainers at my gym. I watched who their clients were, what kind of exercises they led, and how playful / serious / challenging their personalities felt. In the end, I picked the trainer with the tattoos and good energy. Good things happen when we arrive at decisions slowly. When we trust our process and rhythm. When we give ourselves the time we need to get to clarity. (As you’ll see … ) A…

December 12, 2017
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4 Examples of Money Koans Blog

Dear Community, From time to time, we all face questions in our money relationship that are tougher, more complex, or downright confounding. They’re not as simple as “which bank offers the best interest rate” or “should I hire an accountant this year?” No. I’m talking about the money riddles that can stop us in our tracks and remain unanswered for days, weeks, months, or even years. I’m in a health crisis, so I can’t work as much as usual AND…

September 5, 2017
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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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