My Latest Musings:

  • Dear therapist, coach, or financial professional, Today’s the big day! We just opened the doors to The Art of Money Mentorship Program for the second time EVER! After coaching, guiding, and holding space for the incredible growth that our Founding Member cohort experienced last year, I am honored and delighted to offer this mentorship opportunity to our community once again. This program is the comprehensive training that people have been asking (and sometimes begging) me to create for the last…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, I know some women don’t like to share their age, for all sorts of reasons. But me, I have always loved to sing it from the rooftops. Today is my 54th birthday! I think it’s an honor to age. It’s not easy. Aging has its blessings and challenges like everything in life. But it is an honor and I choose to meet it with celebration. So, since it’s my birthday, I’m asking for you to indulge my…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, Last week marked the beginning of the end of the year for me. I finished my last financial therapy session, held my final office hours call for my Art of Money program, and finished my mentor program small group – all last calls for the year. On Friday, once everything was officially complete, I went out and got a baguette, a generous wedge of brie, some delicious blackberry jam, and made a celebratory ritual of having lunch…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, I am so thankful that you are a part of my community. Thanks in part to your dedication to this journey, the Art of Money became more accessible this year than ever before. Not only did I launch my new Mentor Program (which will open again in January), creating a dedicated space for therapists, coaches, and financial professionals to do their own money work, but I also published my second book, The Art of Money Workbook. The…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, Sometimes, as we move deeper into our relationship with money, we find that this work brings up old wounds or painful emotions that we thought we had healed. These moments are a testament to your mindful awareness and personal growth, yet their unfolding can feel disorienting and overwhelming. Finding yourself moving through painful histories while also simultaneously trying to learn new practical money skills can feel like the ground is giving way beneath your feet. You might…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, Sometimes in this life and money journey, despite all your best-laid plans, you find yourself navigating the uncertainty of the unexpected. What, in hindsight, might seem a reasonable or even predictable outcome can feel disorienting and overwhelming as you find yourself coping with a reality that isn’t what you expected it to be. I knew that life would change drastically after my son was born. I knew I would really have to scale back on my business,…

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