Understanding Resilience Through a Wealth Psychology Expert’s Eyes

“In three words, I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.” —Robert Frost We’ve all heard the saying “life goes on” and whether or not we’ve used it meaningful or on the surface, chances are there have been times in our lives where this quote helped us move past something challenging.… Continue reading>

How To Prepare For The Unexpected: Before It Happens

There are times when life seems easy and everything is working out just as desired. During these times, stress-ridden thoughts such as “how will I get through this?” or “what happens when….?” rarely enter our awareness and front-of-mind thinking. Proper and effective planning, however, mandates taking into consideration the “what if’s” that happen when you’re… Continue reading>

Does Your Financial Advisor Tell You Things You Don’t Want To Hear?

I am not referring to the “financial advisor” who advises you to double down on a stock or buy an annuity or insurance product while requesting your signature. I am referring to the financial advisor who communicates with you that you’re not saving enough for the goals you’ve laid out, that you’re not taking action… Continue reading>

6 Common DIY Portfolio Mistakes

DIYing has grown in popularity over the years. And, why not? There’s a high level of satisfaction to building, fixing, and installing projects on your own (and subsequently showing off the completed project on social media, of course). Not only does it save money, it creates pride and accomplishment. However, when it comes to managing… Continue reading>

Thinking Of Getting Married: Are Your Money Mindsets Compatible?

Getting married is easy! It’s as simple as signing a piece of paper and saying a few words. Staying married—that’s where it becomes tricky, especially with divorce rates at 50%. When it comes to combining two separate—and perhaps different—money lives into one family, there are important questions to explore during the courtship process that, while… Continue reading>

5 Common Mistakes People Make When Saving For College

Here's how to avoid making them. For many, providing an education for your children is a core value. As parents, we want to launch our children with the tools necessary to live independent and productive lives. However, we also must acknowledge that, as parents, we are swimming in a confusing ocean of wants, needs, desires,… Continue reading>