Spending with purpose

The year 2019 ended on an exceptionally high note for me and I have been bursting to share an incredible experience with you! A once-in-a-lifetime trip to Antarctica was the highlight of our family time in December. We planned this trip together as a family for over two years. And let me tell you, the…

Your Money Mission Statement

When it comes to money matters – Be inspired. Be brave. Be on purpose. This is my purpose – to search for teachers who inspire me, to inspire as many people as I can, to be brave while doing it and to purposefully help others with their relationship with money. My money mission as a…

Consciously curating your life

Anyone that knows me well, know that I love to learn. But after a 25-hour flight to El Pescadero in Mexico, I started doubting my sanity (just a little bit.) It is a long way to go to learn! I am very happy to announce that learning with Chip Conley at the Modern Elder Academy…

Assessing YOUR money story?

If you’ve read my last blog about Owning your money story, you will know that being accountable is to understand that it is not something that “happens” to you, but something you can control. As the owner of your money story, you are no longer a victim of your money circumstances, you are in charge!…

Taking ownership of your money story

I am constantly reminded how challenging money stories can be. To fully understand your money story takes some introspection – it is hard work try to make sense of the psychology and the personal drivers behind your particular relationship with money. Bruce Lee expressed it so beautifully by saying “As you think, so shall you…

Your money story

I have spent a large part of the past two years researching , learning about and making sense of money stories. Every one of us has a money story, or a specific relationship with money. Your money story can either be a good, positive one; or one that boycotts your financial destiny. A positive money…

Follow your flow

It is almost a month into my New Chapter following my 50th year, and yes! I am still celebrating. I’ve come up with one “thing” for each of my five decades. I’m calling them my “five fabulous things”. Here they are: going on a cooking course in Greece with four of my school girlfriends (of…