Adjusting Your View Of Money

We hear this everywhere in the personal finance world: Pay Yourself First. But what does that really mean? And how does it apply with your time?
Adjusting Your View Of Money

What Paying Yourself First Looks Like

We hear this old adage everywhere in the personal finance world. Clearly, it’s also being largely ignored judging from the current financial status of most Americans. But I’ll throw it out there as one of the most important things you should be doing to manage both your

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Time's Not Money, It's Life.
Adjusting Your View Of Money

Time’s Not Money, It’s Life

At one point in my life, I bought into the saying that “time is money.”  Never was I more aware of the link between time and money than when I was a CPA stressing over tracking every minute I spent at work and allocating my time among

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How does your income stack up to worldwide income? You have the ability even on a small income to create a financially secure future for yourself-do it!
Adjusting Your View Of Money

Money Around the World

I’m fascinated by learning about the way people live in other parts of the world.  I love to see what their homes look like, how they spend a typical day, what they do for a living and I love to learn about the little things that make their

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Your definition of budget is wrong and you must read this! A budget is not a money diet! Perhaps this is why you could be avoiding it?
Adjusting Your View Of Money

Your Definition of Budget is Wrong

I love to read personal finance books (yes, I’m a nerd and I know it).  However, there is one thing that I’ve seen in multiple books that just isn’t correct.  I keep seeing the authors discuss ways to reach financial goals and plan for your money and

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Adjusting Your View Of Money

How Do You Define Wealth?

What does it actually mean to be wealthy anyway?  Is someone who lives in a million dollar home, drives a hundred thousand dollar car and is a member of the most prestigious local country club considered wealthy if they are leveraged in debt up to the value

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Money Can Buy Happiness
Adjusting Your View Of Money

Money Can Buy Happiness, But Only If You Spend It On These Things

Are you working on your financial goals?  If you’re stopping by for the first time, see the class list here.  I’d love to have you join us!   Studies have shown that after people make $75,000 of annual income, happiness doesn’t increase.  But up to that point,

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I’m Kathryn Hanna and I love to budget (really, I do!), build spreadsheets, and spend money on travel, sewing supplies & good chocolate.

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