In life, we all have our own mindsets around money. Some of us hate it and think it’s the root of all evil, some of us see it as a means to get by, some of us see it abundantly, some see it as hard to get, some see it as easy to get. The list goes on and the opinions change drastically with each person.
These mindsets and beliefs around money are oftentimes rooted in our upbringing. They are mostly because of the beliefs that were instilled in us or the experiences we had with money while growing up. These beliefs differ DRASTICALLY from person to person. Continue reading “Top 4 Books on Money-Mindset”→
I LOVE reading. It hasn’t always been this way, but I got here.
When I was a kid, I didn’t always like reading, I actually kind of hated it at points. But I always really wanted to like it. I wanted to be thought of as a “reader”, a lover of books, pretty much a real live Belle from Beauty and the Beast. I really wish I was kidding here…but I’m totally serious…
At the time I just couldn’t get into any books that I would read. Then in about 7th grade, I finally read this book Flipped. It is a total teeny-bopper book, but I fell in love with it and it totally changed how I felt towards reading. Continue reading “Summer Reads for 2019”→
This week’s blog was inspired by my friend Meg. =]
The other day Meg asked me and my other friend, Carol, what were some good podcasts that she should listen to. That question got me to thinking of writing a blog about podcast recommendations because there are also just so many options out there and it’s hard to even know where to start looking.Continue reading “My Favorite Podcasts”→
Recently I was asked by my boss Danny Cahill to be a guest on his podcast and discuss which books I suggest people should add to their summer reading lists. Danny knows that I am a bit of a self-help nut, as there is nothing I love more than to read a great book on the beach. It’s my FAVORITE thing to do. In the whole.wide.world.Continue reading “My “Go-to” Summer Reading List”→