Tag Archives: #money

What is happening to company loyalty?

man showing distress

Loyalty is defined as a “…a strong sense of allegiance”. I remember in my father’s day, people worked their entire life for one employer! But, nowadays…Have you noticed a change (decrease) in your sense of allegiance to your job? With companies wooing recruits with high salaries and perks, it isn’t any surprise that we’re seeing[…more]

Should You Buy Cryptocurrency? What to consider first.

I get this question a lot. Should I buy cryptocurrency, or specifically Bitcoin? It’s interesting that so many people are talking about this alternative currency. This is a legitimate question, as the prices of some of these currencies have skyrocketed over the last few years. Is it time to jump in? Here, my intention is[…more]

Avoid Distractions to Improve Your Financial Decisions

Have you ever actually noticed when you are not fully present? This is hard to do. Maybe you are driving and realize you haven’t actually paid attention to your route for a while. Or you are on a call while simultaneously watching a video, petting your dog, and brushing your teeth? Are you a multitasker?[…more]

Fraud, Scams, and Your Money

When it comes to people trying to scam me, I feel like I have seen it all. I’ve now had multiple people, in different states no less, recently try to file for unemployment or other government benefits fraudulently using my personal information. I’ve had people send me phishing emails claiming they would publish “secret” photos[…more]

3 Financial Choices to Make Now

There are so many reasons to be optimistic about the economy right now. Stock markets are up, unemployment is really low, wages are rising, and consumers are generally confident and buying. Mortgage rates are at nearly all time lows. All good signs. Of course there is a lot of concern about potential inflation (price increases)[…more]

Watch Your Emotions to Improve Your Financial Health

woman sitting on a rock while her hand is on her head

Look to bring congruity between your heart and your mind to improve decision-making. And, watch your emotions!

Wealth and Relationships

My Father (who has now passed away) was a CPA and financial/tax advisor. He loved numbers, and saving money. My Mother (who is living and doing great) loves to spend money. She thought more about “today”. My Dad thought more about “tomorrow”. If they took any money compatibility profiles as a couple, I am sure[…more]