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Anchoring: How First Impressions Have a Powerful Effect on Every-Day Decisions

Anchoring is important and helpful to understand when making a financial decision.

Posted in Being Frugal, DOs and DON'Ts, Motivational, Overspending

Reinforcement for Financial Change

Financial change is not easy, especially when it revolves around giving something up, but with the right tools it can become more manageable.

Posted in Being Frugal, DOs and DON'Ts, Motivational, Uncategorized

Employers Care About Your Financial Well-being: 3 Reasons You Should Too

Do you feel stressed? If you do, you are not alone. Poll after poll shows that somewhere between 75% – 80% of all American Adults are stressed. The top three stressors: money, relationships, and work – in that order. Many

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Posted in Being Frugal, Benefits, Budgeting, Debt Counseling, Financial Counseling, Financial Wellness, LSS Financial Counseling

Enhancing Your Relationship with Money & Each Other

Finances are one of the leading causes of conflicts in relationships, according to studies by Suntrust Bank, and the Harris Poll. When faced with conflict, what do you hope for? Consensus? Consistency?  Cooperation? Peace? Unity? Understanding? Compatibility? With open communication

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Posted in Being Frugal, Benefits, Budgeting, Divorce, DOs and DON'Ts, Financial Wellness, How to Guides

New Year’s Goals: A Journey of Accountability pt. 2

Back in January I wrote a blog post about my New Year’s Goals and stated I would enlist all the readers of this blog to help me reach my goals. I talked about one strategy that I read over and

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Posted in Being Frugal, Budgeting, Entertainment, Financial Planning, How to Guides, Motivational, Overspending
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