SUPERCHARGE YOUR SKILLS TO RAISE
MONEY-SMART KIDS

Even if you lack confidence in your own money skills!

FREE! 5 Car Convos for Parents Playing Uber

 

Put down those cell phones, take out those ear buds, and use this valuable windshield time to teach kids money lessons

Divorce and
Co-Parenting

Getting your financial action plan in place & creating a moving forward budget.
Creating a Personalized Financial Plan

If you don't take action now, plan on living this same lifestyle for the rest of your life.

Empower Your Kids with Money Management Skills

This is the most important life skill that you can teach your kids.

Are you satisfied with your current financial situation and lifestyle?

If you don’t take action now, plan on living
this same lifestyle for the rest of your life.

Are you okay with that?

Balance in all areas of your life is critical

MONEY IMPACTS EVERY FACET OF YOUR LIFE

Do you wonder why you often experience fatigue and anxiety? These symptoms may not be related at all to your lack of sleep or life stressors that you are experiencing. If you look closely, money may be the root cause of your problems. Money impacts every facet of your life and each facet impacts money.

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Mental Health

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Spiritual Health

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Physical Health

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Family Health

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Financial Health

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Personal Health

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Career Health

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Social Health

Improving in one aspect tends to lead to improvements in other aspects. In other words, you don’t have to burn yourself out working to fix all eight areas in your life. When you get your finances in order, it’s a domino effect and can improve each area of your life. You worry less, sleep better, gain confidence and overall gives you a better outlook on the future.

You may know that you need to do something about your finances and tried to figure out a plan on your own.

SO, HOW’S THAT WORKING FOR YOU?

You may be trying to fix the wrong thing or making unreasonable changes that you can’t live with. You must develop a
sustainable plan based on your personal habits, goals, values, and attitudes.

Strategies to reduce spending

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Your head has been filled
STINKIN THINKIN
and money lies

  • I’m not good in math so I can’t create a financial plan
  • I’m too ashamed about my lack of knowledge with money
  • I’m embarrassed, I’ve made too many financial mistakes and I’m in debt
  • I’ve tried budgeting and it didn’t work, it’s just not for me
  • I don’t make enough money to even budget
  • I’m exhausted and overwhelmed, I can’t think about another thing
  • I can’t control my spending
  • I will have to do without things that make me happy
  • I had no role model, my parents were poor money managers
  • Financial planners will tell me how to spend my money
  • I can’t afford to spend money to learn how to manage money

CREATE A PERSONALIZED FINANCIAL PLAN

Three self-paced online courses have been carefully designed to walk you through, step by step, to create SMARTER financial goals, develop a mindful spending attitude, and assess your current financial situation.

Free Companion Guides are available with each course so you won't just learn it but you'll do it.

These courses have been built to help you remove the roadblocks keeping you from financial freedom. I am unlocking 30 years of experience in teaching financial literacy and sharing my strategies with you.

LET ME HELP YOU TO BECOME MORE MINDFUL AND INTENTIONAL IN
YOUR OVERALL MONEY MANAGEMENT

EMOTIONAL SPENDING

90% of spending decisions are based on emotions

Wow, that’s a scary thought and guess what, marketers and retailers know exactly how to play on those emotions and get you to spend your money. Happiness, achievement, sadness, anger, guilt, jealousy, or fear are emotions that result in you parting with your money. We all buy things out of emotion sometimes, and emotions themselves are a vibrant part of life. A mindful and intentional plan doesn’t discount our emotions or pretend they don’t exist. Identifying those triggers will help you develop a new habit in those experiences rather than spending money.

START WITH YOUR WHY

If you don’t have a solid why, you won’t work to achieve it

Financial literacy is having the skills and knowledge that allows you to make informed decision in handling all of your financial resources. Education is key to a sound financial future. That right there is your why.

The first step in creating a financial plan is goal setting. This is another why … why is goal setting important? The only way to reach goals is to set them in the first place. Your focus should not just be on budgeting, investing, etc. but on your goals, and that will provide motivation for you to lay the groundwork necessary to reach those financial goals.

FINANCIAL WOES

Been there done that

When my husband and I were first married in the early 1980s, we lived paycheck to paycheck. I say that, but often our minimal paychecks didn’t even cover our spending to make it to the next paycheck. We had no financial goals, We spent very little money back then because we simply didn’t have it. I remember cutting pictures out of magazines and putting them into $1 frames to use for our home decor—so that we’d at least have something on our walls. I know what it’s like to not have money. We’re in a much healthier financial situation and I can tell you, life is much easier to navigate without money worries.

“In life, I’ve had problems when I’ve had money. I’ve had problems when I haven’t had money. And all in all, when you have problems, it’s better to have money.”

– ZIG ZIGLAR