Money Mochas

When it comes to tracking expenses, I’ve got two confessions to make: Confession #1: I’m a reformed stickler. I used to think everyone needed to do their own books, no ifs ands or buts about it! Now I know: it can be SO empowering to hand off our bookkeeping to a pro. But I still believe tracking your finances, at least for awhile, is an invaluable education. As long as you find the right tracking system for you. Confession #2:…

November 5, 2015
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Money is a journey. And it never goes in a straight line. You dance two triumphant steps forward … only to fall one step behind. You track your expenses religiously for a month … then realize you hate that software. You take a big leap in your day-to-day money practices … only to zigzag back to deep, vulnerable, internal work. This is why we need friends. Kindred voyagers on this money journey, to cheer us on when we succeed and…

November 3, 2015
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Here’s one thing the “money gurus” say that I simply can’t stand: “charge what you’re worth.” Ugh! What does that even mean?? Listen. Your worth is beyond infinite. You are born worthy. Worth has nothing to do with the cash in your bank, how nice your car is, or what your salary (or rates) are. Zip. Zilch. Nada. And yet, and yet, and yet … We need to find ways to make money and value dance together. We need to…

November 2, 2015
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