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Dating and Paying

By | 2016-11-25T02:24:50+00:00 March 15th, 2016|Financial Self-Help, Self-Help|

I have a few friends that are in the dating stage of their lives right now.  It is a fascinating topic of conversation. Of course, being me, I find the money part particularly interesting. How come? Well, pretty much every girlfriend I have claims that it is the guy's obligation to pay for dinner and [...]

The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Money. Part 3 – I Will Never Be Able to Retire

By | 2016-11-25T02:24:50+00:00 February 24th, 2016|Financial Self-Help, Self-Help|

Retirement takes up a lot of space in society's consciousness.  It dominates the financial stories we tend to hear about. That is what we are all mostly saving for right? Retirement. Talk about retirement is particularly prevalent right now as the deadline for RRSP contributions for the 2015 tax year is fast approaching and so [...]

The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Money. Part 2: I Don’t Deserve It

By | 2016-11-25T02:24:50+00:00 February 16th, 2016|Beginning Again, Financial Personalities, Financial Self-Help, Self-Help|

I am curious about the stories people tell themselves about money. I have been gaining self-awareness about how my stories have majorly impacted my life and so I was interested to learn if other's stories have had the same impact on their own lives. A friend kindly offered to share her story with me. She already [...]

It’s Mostly Perspective

By | 2016-11-25T02:24:50+00:00 December 10th, 2015|Financial Self-Help, Self-Help|

Last's week's post is missing.  Where did it go? It got decimated by the negative internal chatter and negative future focus that was going on in my brain for the last two weeks. When I finally got out from it, this week's blog post presented itself: Your victimhood perspective is making you stuck. You know [...]