Financial Planning for Having Kids

I hear from friends and clients all the time that they’re stressed out about having a baby because they’re not sure if they can handle it financially. I get that – kids aren’t cheap, and the unknowns of how that’ll affect your wallet when you’re already juggling...

6 Steps to Set Your Money Goals

You want to be strategic with your financial planning as an entrepreneur. You’re tired of feeling like money comes in and money goes out, without any intentionality. You’re ready to maximize what you’re doing and have your money work for you. It just feels so...

Putting a Number to Your Goals

A goal becomes a financial goal when you put some dollars and cents to your goal. This is important because it allows you to see the resources you’ll need to make that goal a reality. Once you know how much money you need, you can create a plan and start taking...

For When You’re Unmotivated to Work on Your Finances

Sometimes you’re just not motivated to work on your finances. You may get into avoidance mode or procrastinate doing the things you know you need to do with your money. When those times come up, I’ve got an exercise for you. Finding your WHY for your money goals...