I examine seven methods to use when trying to discover your financial priorities - an important skill and the price of entry to a successful and fulfilling financial life.
Today's ask-the-reader question is about our financial fears, and how we can overcome them. See a few of my own and share yours!
A discussion on the 'classic' debates in personal finance, extremes, and the eventual establishment of a middle gray area for the best current advice.
How to create four different graphic tools to help you save or pay off debt faster, and to keep yourself and your family motivated. Includes a link to a template.
Today's post concerns itself with your relationship to money, and specifically how you interact and make contact with your own financial self. If you find yourself not spending enough time planning and organizing your finances, read on. If you're always in front of your computer, tinkering with your finances, this is also for you. Finding … Continue reading Optimizing Your Contact With Money
The most common piece of advice I read about overcoming any type of stagnating goals is just "to start." So yes, you do need to start in order to fight financial stagnation. You also need to set up some financial goals. But you already knew that, and you're still spinning your wheels. For whatever reason, … Continue reading 5 Ways to Fight Financial Stagnation
There are many potential reasons for working--from providing for family to funding a secondary passion in life. Have you ever considered what your reason is?