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  • Procrastination and Money Part II: Confusion

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    Confusion can be paralyzing when it comes to dealing with financial issues.

    Confusion is the state of mind between where you are and where you want to go.

    If you don’t want to be where you are,
    but don’t know where you’re headed
    it’s difficult to move forward,…

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  • Procrastination and Money Part I: Resentment

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    Maria wanted to get her act together— at least that was the number one goal listed on the questionnaire she filled out at the beginning of our working relationship.

    “What would that look like?” I asked.

    She sighed, shrugged and said, “I would know where I…

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  • How Feelings Impact Spending

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    Spending is often triggered by our emotional state; depression might lead you to buy clothes that are cheap or don’t fit right and exhaustion might result in extra large triple espressos or expensive dinners with booze and desserts you don’t need.

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  • Striving for Fullness with Plenty

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    I think I can safely say that we have all thought about what enough money is. Enough means we are covering our bills and expenses each month, right? But what about having plenty of money? The word plenty changes the internal conversation.   Enough...

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