Financial Wellness

the art of saying no to enhance your financial status

Our calendars can be jam packed with birthday celebrations, weddings, brunch and just because happy hours. Text messages, phone calls and e-vites swarm our thoughts – and finances typically don’t drive our answers. How do we maintain our sanity and pockets? Set personal goals keeping your finances in mind One of the main questions you …

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mental health + the importance of tapping into our money emotions

Financial hardships can and will occur to all of us regardless of socioeconomic status. Joblessness, homelessness, debt, and other occurrences can weigh on anyone, whether they’re considered to be financially secure or not. The importance here is to remember – you are not alone. Identify how money makes you feel Often when money is in …

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5 reminders to ensure your finances are a priority

Life gets hectic and we all need someone or something to keep us honest about making sure our finances don’t take a backseat to other life demands. Let these examples serve as your reminder to secure your financial footing. Evaluate your current investments Take a look at your 401k contributions and adjust as necessary. In …

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3 ways to serve as your own ally in the workplace

The climate of current work environments and the demands that often arise from employers have created a lot of room for us all to be more vocal about the stressors that seem to have no end date. Whether it’s discussing the gender pay gap, lack of professional development or the decrease of internal promotions; there’s …

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5 things to consider when discussing finances with your family

Talking finances can be taboo for a lot of people. Many think it’s intrusive or invasive to have these conversations. With that being said, how much time is used to discuss money within our own families?  As a child, money really doesn’t hold the same value as it does in our adulthood. Children only think …

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4 ways to spring clean your home and finances

Your home is often a reflection of your thoughts. Would you consider yourself a minimalist, moderate consumer or a maximalist (not to be confused with having a cluttered space)? No matter where you fall in the spectrum, there’s always room to improve. Let’s explore ways to freshen up your finances and your living space. Purge, …

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3 reasons you should fall in love with your finances

When thinking about your finances, would you consider it love at first sight or the strong urge to run in the opposite direction? For many of us, our attitudes towards our beloved finances are less than desirable. To change that tune, take a look at how we can re-ignite that spark. Positive outlook equals positive …

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3 ways to enhance your personal branding skills

Many have heard ‘personal branding’ but are unable to really explain what it is and why it’s important. Personal branding is the intentional focus to create a positive perception of an individual. Done correctly, this can elevate your influence, increase your impact and create an exclusivity centered around you and your brand. Let’s explore the …

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