3 Ways to Avoid Financial Infidelity…AND Improve Your Marriage
Is Negative Self-Talk Robbing You of More Money?
Research shows financial infidelity is on the rise. Financial infidelity is any lying, hiding, or hoarding of money in a relationship. And, frankly, it is a perfect recipe for divorce. But, the good news is there are definitely ways to avoid financial infidelity. When we were in Denver filming a segment for the Everyday Show […]
The New F Words You Need To Know
Many people never go a day without a voice in their head doubting their choices, abilities, or behavior. Some people hear that same negative self-talk in their head when it comes to money or finances. Do you ever feel like the words in your mind about saving or spending or investing are a negative nag? […]
How do Your Money Personalities Impact Debt?
Tis the season for family, the flu, and fights. I (Bethany) am writing this week’s article because Scott is very sick and stuck at home. I can count on one hand how many times Scott has been out sick. He spent the whole weekend in bed, poor guy. Anyway….his FOB “flat on back” time it […]
3 Unexpected Gifts My Breast Cancer Gave Our Family
Money Personalities affect not just how you approach money, but how you feel about it. No one loves debt, but some Money Personalities impact debt — and how much you worry about it — more than others. If you are a primary Saver or Security Seeker, debt worries may follow you around like a gloomy […]
The Most Common Money Mistakes To Avoid Based On The 5 Money Personalities
October is a huge month for our family. Raising awareness and celebrating the survivors of breast cancer throughout this month is near and dear to our heart. I (Bethany) am a Stage 3 HER2-positive breast cancer survivor, enduring six surgeries and ALL the side affections possible – including tubes in my eyeballs for tear duct […]
Accumulate Rainy-Day Cash to Fight Sudden Debt Attacks by Andy Masaki
Laura Vanderkam, Verily contributor and author of All the Money in the World: What the Happiest People Know About Wealth, wrote an incredible article about common money mistakes to avoid, based on the 5 Money Personalities! Here it is! Enjoy! Everyone has his or her own unique way of thinking about and dealing with money. The […]
15 Ways To Have Valentine’s Day Every. Single. Day.
Life is full of unforeseen twists and turns. You plan for something, and the exact opposite happens to you. Money problems can arise at any time. Sometimes when you least expect it. Expenses like school tuition, groceries, credit card, and utility bills are foreseeable. However, unfortunate events like storm damage to house, an accident, a […]
2 New Year Challenges for a Healthier, Wealthier Life
Keep your love alive (and chocolate on hand) all year long. Valentine’s day is only 24 hours, once a year – so how do you keep the love growing in your relationship year round? It takes some work and it’s not always easy especially when you are tired and had a busy day. But imagine a relationship where real […]
New Year, New Money You Challenge #5: Give to Others
Did you know that about one third of New Year’s resolutions are about finances? And we all know the sad statistics for how often resolutions are kept (hardly ever). So this year we decided to create some New Year, New Money You challenges for a healthier, wealthier life to make your money management more exciting […]
You would think that after you faithfully arrive at #5 of the New Year New Money You challenges (catch up links to other challenges listed below) that it would be a fanfare all about you. And we are proud of you, for sure, but the 5th challenge is actually a reminder that–it’s not all about […]