Financial Wellness Tip #7: Look at WHEN You Pay Bills

When you get paid more than once a month, it’s also important to look at *when* you pay bills. By changing *when* we paid things, we found money in each pay period!  Sure, it feels good to sit down and pay ALL of the bills at once, but  not all bills have the same due date, […]

Financial Wellness Tip #6: Learn The Envelope System

Staying in budget can be SO hard, but now that you’re living a Zero Sum Lifestyle (every penny that comes in goes to something, even if that something is savings or investing), it’s incredibly important because a single penny overspent could mean bank fees and bounced checks! Enter The Envelope System. Twice each month, when […]

Pardon Our Dust! New Site and New Features are Inbound!

As many of you know, I’m a big reader.  Over the past couple of years, I’ve spent significantly more time reading non-fiction than I have in the previous 40 years of my life.  One of those books was Michael Hyatt’s “Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World”.

Much to our collective joy, Mr. Hyatt worked for over a year to bring a unique theme to WordPress, his Get Noticed! Theme. After our recent trip to Disneyland, we had money left over (thank you, Budget!) and decided to invest a little in ourselves.

Consequently, you will notice some tweaks and new paint here and there over the coming days.  As with any new construction, you can expect some mess, but I am convinced the new look, bells and whistles, and incredible features will more than make up for it! I appreciate your patience as I work out the kinks!

Some of the cool things you can expect:

  • Surveys to dial in what YOU want to read about!
  • An introduction to our new on-line, self-paced coaching program
  • Schedule of upcoming local events
  • Reviews and giveaways (hint: need a simpler way to budget?  We have one for you!)

As always, we look forward to serving you!

Financial Wellness Tip #5: The Importance of a Budget

  We’ve covered no more borrowing money and an Emergency Fund. What’s next, you ask?   Write Down Your Budget. Every.Single.Month.    Get ready. This is where I take the ickiness out of the word “budget”.   There are 4 places your money should go while you are getting out of debt.   Bills Envelope […]