"It's the end of the world as we know it...and I feel fine." – R.E.M. Do you feel fine? No, no, I'm serious--do you feel fine? If what doomsday experts and believers across the world say is true, then this post may never go live. My web server might be destroyed in a flood or … Continue reading December 21, 2012
Seth Godin recently wrote about being stuck, citing 4 reasons why most of us can't complete a project. What a brilliant way to analyze a problem, including the financial ones we face.
While most people dispensing advice mean well, no one knows your money like you do--act that way and stop feeling guilty for making important decisions by trusting your own gut.
There is a force at the heart of nearly everything we do in life. It tugs on us in two directions (assuming we are not "at rest")--in one corner is doing, in the other is planning.
I vote because I want the right to complain for the next 2 years about the choices our politicians make. But many of us sit idly by and watch financial disaster happen, all the while complaining about it.
I share one of my most favorite songs and ask a couple of questions that relate to life and personal finance.
If you've ever said "I don't have any money," this is the post you need to read. Money mantras can be deadly if applied incorrectly, and this is certainly one case of poor self-thought.
Wondering how to stop entitlement attitudes in your kids? Donna Corwin, author of "Give Me, Get Me, Buy Me" has a book out that might be the solution!
Guest post from Gary Foreman about what plays in your head when we make uncomfortable financial decisions.
Thinking about how to approach personal finance--from the outside in, or from the inside out? Let me know what you think!