My Latest Musings:

  • Dear Money Adventurer, I want to share a quick heads up about my upcoming Art of Money program. Every fall, my team and I open registration for my year-long money school. It’s hard to believe that we’ve been sharing this incarnation of the Art of Money with the world for a decade now. I first started teaching my Financial Therapy methodology in 2001. Back then, I taught my work live to small groups, starting with 10 people, then 20, then…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, I am a lifelong collector of tools and practices that empower me to know myself more. I have spent most of my life seeking deeper understanding, longing to uncover the wisdom behind my emotions, beliefs, personal values, and why I am the way I am. When I was 16, I asked my parents if I could go to therapy because I was fascinated by psychology and longed to understand myself better. Years later, when I was in…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, This was one of the most popular episodes of my Art of Money podcast last year, and we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss it! I had the joy of interviewing one of my favorite people and dearest friends, Danielle Cohen, who joined me on the Art of Money podcast to share her own story of integrating life, money, and business as a woman, a mother, and a creative entrepreneur who has been forging her own…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, Learning to be present with the personal, emotional side of money can be challenging. Especially when you’ve spent your entire life learning to push your money emotions aside, bury them, or turn them into evidence of your mistakes and shortcomings. It can be scary to peek at the shame and pain we’ve swept under the rug for so long. You aren’t alone. Money emotions are a normal part of being human. Even after spending almost half of…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, I recently had a wonderful book event at my favorite local independent bookstore, the Boulder Book Store. I spent the evening talking about all things Financial Therapy and signed copies of both my books, The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness and The Art of Money Workbook. Of course, I grabbed my own stash of fiction and dark chocolate to take home with me before the bookstore closed. You can tell it was a…

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  • Dear Money Adventurer, Have you ever had a money freeze moment? Have you ever sat down to bring some loving attention to your money, only to completely forget what you meant to do–like the money equivalent of going to get something from another room, only to forget what it is you were looking for? So you stop and do a body check-in, but you’re still at a loss for what to do next. Now what? Start by taking a deep…

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