Day 28: FINANCES

Day 28: FINANCES

My relationship with money is an ever-changing thing. Growing up I never went without, and my family didn’t spend money carelessly, but I also never truly learned the value of a dollar or how to budget.   Working for your own money is one of the most liberating things...
Day 29:  FAMILY

Day 29:  FAMILY

For me, this still refers to my mom, dad, and siblings. I realize for others my age this could mean a family of their own. I let go of the societal expectation of me starting my own family somewhere around age 26 or 27, when I basically started taking a hard look at...
Day 30: Change

Day 30: Change

I used to fear CHANGE—as a product of wanting to retain control over everything in my life. In the past 3 years I have experienced more change, and as a byproduct more growth than I could have ever imagined.   My career has changed. My body has changed. My group of...
Identity crisis—Have you lost yourself?

Identity crisis—Have you lost yourself?

Who are you? What do you align with? What makes you uniquely YOU? I have spoken to an increasing number of women about my age (millennials) who don’t know how to answer these questions that should give some insight into their identity. We either default to societal...
How can you afford to travel?

How can you afford to travel?

I get asked all the time “How can you afford to travel?” or people quip “I’m so jealous you can afford to travel like that!”  To be quite honest, I can’t afford to “travel” all the time, but that is really not what my lifestyle is about. I generally choose a...

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