I’ll just be honest with you right up front.  Shifting your money mindset will take some time.  Lasting transformation comes from many small changes that add up to something big.   I’ll keep these tips as simple and as easy to apply as I can. No one has the time to fuss over numbers.  I promise you won’t need to know any more math than what you learned in fifth grade.

I’m the kid in the yellow coat. I’m also surprisingly clean in this photo. I probably rolled in the snow right before my mom took the picture.

I’m a sucker for sparkly things who had an IOU stuck to the fridge during my childhood for all the money I borrowed from my parents. I didn’t grow out of that trait, but I sure did learn from it.

I’ve been in business for the past twenty years despite my uncomfortable relationship with money. I’ve wrestled with the anxiety and weird fears attached to each transaction. I’ve noticed that money issues are rarely about the dollar amount, and are more about cash flow, timing, and those weird fears. 

Me and my Mom. I must have chosen my own outfit that day.

You can build an honest relationship with your income and expenses just like I did with mine.  With a little bit of planning, you can live comfortably on what you make.  Then you’ll have more time and more money to enjoy a future with a few affordable luxuries.

Are you ready to join me?  Money Coaching courses will be available soon.