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Creating Bliss

Creating Bliss

The reason I wanted to be a financial coach is that I believe wealth is all about having the freedom to be whoever you want to be and having the money to support your ideal vision. That includes having the means to experience beauty and wonder and all that inspires...

Your Most Important Relationship

Your Most Important Relationship

Our relationship with ourselves is our most important relationship.   Usually, when we talk about relationships we are thinking about those that happen between two people. However, the most important relationship we have is with ourselves—between our own authentic...

Activate Your Inner Moneymaker

Activate Your Inner Moneymaker

You’ve heard me talk about the fact that how you think about money and what you have been taught about it affects your choices and decisions and the amount of money you allow yourself to make. We each have an earning ceiling, a dollar amount that we can imagine making...

Who do you say you are?

Who do you say you are?

I went to visit an old boyfriend this past weekend. It was an eye opening experience. I hadn’t seen or spoken to him in over 30 years. It made me a bit sad. I had always thought we were in a casual relationship. That he liked me but I was sure that was all.   I...

Devotion, what a great word

Devotion, what a great word

Wherever you are in your money journey I want you to know it is the perfect place for you. So often we make ourselves wrong for not having our financial Sh*t together, but we bring our financial history with us and often have to overcome our upbringing before we can...

Getting to Know Your Inner Child

Getting to Know Your Inner Child

Our “inner child” is a part of ourselves that’s been present even before we were born. It is made up of memories from our developing years stored in our bodies and minds.   Our “inner child” can recall good experiences as well as childhood fears, traumas, neglect or...

Filling the Hole In Your Soul

Filling the Hole In Your Soul

To quote my mentor Karen McCall, “Deprivation means living in a state of emptiness and longing, of which we may not even be aware, but which nonetheless drives our choices.   Deprivation is the wound that develops when our most essential needs-physical, emotional,...