“This is my year” Mary declared. “I will take control of my life and my money.” After a long, ugly divorce, Mary was ready to attack the stack of financial papers that represented her sadness, confusion, fear and anger about money. “That’s wonderful, Mary. I’m here to help. Tell me what is most important forContinue reading>
Moneylogue [mu-nē-log] (n.) blog, writing or speech about money; story in which money contributes largely to the plot, themes, and character development.
Your financial life makes an indelible mark on your personal life. It should tell a story that YOU ARE THRILLED TO LIVE.
At 29, Daphne hated her job, but she didn’t see any options. Her credit cards were maxed out and the cost of rent and living took every dime. After the cost of her health insurance, she was down to eating pasta and going to her parents for dinner. She was angry, frustrated and saw nothingContinue reading>
Paula’s parents divorced when she was young, leaving only her mother to provide for the family. She grew up with a money mindset that said, “If you want something, work for it.” Since survival was paramount, there was not a lot of time or focus on discussing money. As a new adult, Paula managed toContinue reading>
Lynn and Jim, still newlyweds, sat across from each other at our conference table. They were here to plan for their financial life as a couple and I’d asked if they had ever had any friction points around money. “When you said that you were going to buy a car, I never expected you to buyContinue reading>
Chris first sat down in our offices with a newly-minted degree in Computer Science, a job with a consulting firm, and a lot of questions. “I want to make sure I do things right. I don’t care about a fancy car. But I do want to pay down my school loans and make sure IContinue reading>