Would You Turn Down a Raise?

Leaving Money on the Table When’s the last time you got a raise? A raise can come in the form of an actual increase in pay. Other times an increase in cash-flow can come from somewhere else. It’s important to still treat it like a raise, because you have more income available to put towards […]

Tips & Tricks for Tracking Your Money

Track Your Money and Reach Your Goals First you need to set your goals. Decide what matters most to you and when you want to reach your target. Next, break down your goals into easy manageable steps. Identify daily/weekly/monthly action steps to keep you on track. Tracking your money should be as effortless as possible. […]

Is It Time to Declutter?

Over the past year, there has been an abundance of posts, books and videos on tidying up, organizing and decluttering your home. Research has shown how clutter and chaos can have a negative impact on your mental and physical wellbeing. An article by Matthew Clark on mayoclinic.org in 2018, provides a few great examples of […]

One Year From Today

The first step in living a life you love begins with truly knowing yourself. I don’t mean what is your favorite color or best friend’s name. Are you being transparent with yourself about your struggles, hang-ups and weaknesses? Do you deeply understand why you strive so hard to avoid conflict or have a longing to […]

A Conversation on Wellness

Earlier this week I had the privilege of chatting with two amazing Wellness Professionals here in Indiana – Ranada Dalton, LMHC, MAMFT, Co-Founder of Empowered Living, Inc., and Danielle Wolter Nolan, CEO and Co-Founder of DNK Presents. They shared thoughts on “Wellness in Times of Turmoil” and some insightful tips on self-care. We recorded our […]