Transitions: How to budget for a new baby and still save money

Congratulations on the newest addition to your family! While exciting, there is a lot of preparation involved as you begin this next chapter (don’t freak out, breathe!). From baby showers to nursery decorating to baby name books, the path up to this point has been fun but also somewhat overwhelming — especially when it comes […]

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The Top 5 Life Regrets

My therapist and good friend, Dr. Angela Thompson, shared with us a study by Bronnie Ware, an Australian nurse and counselor who worked with terminally ill people for years, sharing the top 5 regrets of those in their final days. During Bronnie’s experience with these people, she collected data that when summarized below in bold, […]

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The most important lesson my father has taught me is that the way you spell LOVE is T-I-M-E. As a child, I didn’t really understand what he meant (and why he was such a bad speller..haha). Ever since I can remember, I have seen my father as one of the most hard-working, dedicated people I’ve […]

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The Art of a Firedrill

Last year, it hit me how so many of our clients – and many people in general – do not have an organized way to help their surviving loved ones carry on with their finances once they are no longer here. My team has witnessed spouses in distress because bills were piling up and they […]

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For the Love of a Dog

Those of us who love dogs like humans, may connect with this.  If you know me, and follow my website or Bailey’s Blog or have ever come to my home, you know what this mess of a dog meant to my heart.  And if you aren’t a crazy dog lover like I am, that’s ok […]

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