Discovering Your Number One Value That Leads To Your Financial Successful

“We want to retire by the time we reach 60!” “It’s vitally important to send our kids to the college of their choice!” “I want to quit my job and do something else!” “We want to buy an apartment in the city!” We all have dreams. We have those ideas that swim in our minds… Continue reading>

7 Decisions That Can Lead You to Financial Misery

“Fake” news: One of the most controversial and trending topics to discuss today. Who is trolling whom— and what is the real agenda behind all those stories that you see on social media? When it comes to making money decisions, you need to decide what advice is real or fake—or be able to see the… Continue reading>

Five Easy Steps to Recharge Your Money Life This Fall

OK, so you’ve barely gotten the sand out from between your toes, and not only is Labor Day in your rearview mirror, but Halloween ads are starting to pop up with regularity.  Before you blink, Thanksgiving football and family gatherings will be over, and you’ll be headlong into the Christmas crush. Along with the flying… Continue reading>

Pound Wise – Focusing on the Big Stuff So You Don’t Have To Sweat the Small Stuff

We all probably know someone who agonizes over paying $3 for parking or won’t buy a $5 latte, but who has no problem paying many thousands of dollars more than you for rent, a car, vacations, etc. This phenomenon and its simple (yet rare) solution were the impetus for the name of my blog.  If… Continue reading>

Toasting Marshmallows (And Other Financial Secrets)

Remember sitting around the campfire toasting marshmallows? The warm, creamy golden brown deliciousness is etched in our memories. Achieving marshmallow perfection, however, was probably the result of trial and error.  Have you ever seen an overly excited youngster stick a marshmallow on the first stick available and shove it into the nearest roaring flame? The… Continue reading>

6 Surprising Ways To Improve Your Financial Success

  When you think of your financial life, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Chances are it’s the amount in your 401(k) or investment accounts—as if the only way to measure your progress is whether the balance is greater than the last time you logged in. While this exercise may feel important and… Continue reading>