Here is the deal-e-o. I like stuff, I like clothes, I like to have lunch with my friends, I like to, occasionally, eat out (I rather like cooking and eating in- topic for another time) and I like VACATIONS. A LOT.Continue reading “Family Vacation on a Budget OH MY!”
This is my favorite line from Finding Nemo in the production at Disney World in Orlando Florida. Guaranteed every time we see it, I cry. The scene is Dory is stuck in a fish net and Nemo sings “Just keep swimming.” The collective efforts of all the fish swimming down breaks the net. Then Dory starts singing “just keep swimming.” Fishnet breaks. Fish free. Queue TEARS. Continue reading “Just keep swimming”
I have been teaching and coaching people on personal finance for a few years. I have come to realize it is highly personal, hence the name, personal finance.
Bill and I were avid Dave Ramsey followers, and still do stick closely to his principles, however, we have adopted habits, routines and rituals that reflect who we are, our goals and our lifestyle. Our personal goals.
There is a very real thing that I have noticed in my life. Thanks to years and years of my husband’s telling me I run myself all day and then I am “no fun in the evening because I am too tired” commentary. I finally observed what the behavior is, and I would bet you too may suffer from, decision fatigue. Continue reading “Decision Fatigue”
Still working on your New Year Goals? It’s almost February 2018! Where did January go? Right about this time every year, people begin to lose momentum for the goals they set for the new year. They stop going to the gym, they forget the promise they made to themselves to eat better and they forget the financial goals they’ve set to win with money this year.
I want to encourage you to brush off those goals, if you wrote them down. If you didn’t write them down, I highly advise you to do so. Have a look at them again and get back on the horse. As the saying goes, nothing changes if nothing changes. Continue reading “Still working on your New Year Goals?”