• Be a Savvy Shopper – Sweat the Small Stuff

    Check this out: the total cost for this cart FULL of groceries was only $72! Some of the items included: a large bag of good quality dog food, case of Perrier water, 6+ boxes of cereal, chicken, nuts, beans, and 2 large frozen pizzas. If you’re anything like me, you don’t particularly care for grocery shopping.  But we all need food to eat!  Grocery stores (and all stores for that matter) are designed to get you to spend as much money as you can while there.  When it comes to financial health, we often think about the big purchases – cars, houses, vacations, etc.  But real financial well-being is derived…

  • Wealth: A New Definition

    When people think of wealth, they most likely think of massive amounts of money, a huge mansion, and multiple sports cars in the 6 car garage.  They think exotic vacations, a private jet, perhaps a private island.  While those things are certainly nice, I want to fundamentally change the definition of wealth. I want to define wealth using another term: abundance.  Abundance could pertain to multiple aspects of your life: joy, love, family, friends, faith, and generosity.  Money on the other hand is simply a tool, a conceptual figure or number that moves up and down with the tides of income (money going in) and expenses (money going out). Money…

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