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Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy

Oh, June. You hold so much for us; Father’s Day, Summer Solstice, the last day of school for a happy bunch of students, and lazy, hazy weekends spent contemplating yard work but maybe never actually getting there. With only a thirty-day stretch until July, the whole month feels like a single busy weekend before Canada Day, when we all finally get to take a breather and enjoy the breeziness of […]

Can We Talk – June Workshop
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Can We Talk – June Workshop

Can We Talk Do you ever say this to yourself? I want to talk about money with my partner but I don’t know how to do it safely I want a raise but I don’t know how to ask for one I don’t have a financial plan but I don’t have time to think about it Do you wonder how to get out of your money rut? I CAN HELP […]

My Money Mindset Goes on Vacation
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My Money Mindset Goes on Vacation

By Jessica Catalli There are many elements to consider when planning a trip; the obvious ones, like booking a flight and finding a favorable hotel, often cloud over any thoughts about transportation, food and drink or entertainment. Or at least this is what I found. I recently travelled to Fort Lauderdale, Florida and stayed there for one sunny week. By the end of my stay, I realized that I did […]

Summertime Spending: How to Protect Your Wallet from the Sun
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Summertime Spending: How to Protect Your Wallet from the Sun

Written by Jessica Catalli As the rain washes away the last of a relentless winter season, we find ourselves anticipating the arrival of warm weather, patios and open-toe shoes. Who can deny the contagious excitement of the people in television commercials, leaping to-and-fro in light colored denim and pastel tank tops? And what about the new summer-menu of that restaurant down the street? Indeed, we let ourselves believe that summer […]

My Economic Destiny  – A Motivational Composition
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My Economic Destiny – A Motivational Composition

By Ana Garcia Grande I grew up having absolutely EVERYTHING my heart desired. I never knew we were poor, my parents never allowed the “poor” mentality to be programmed. It wasn’t until my teen years that I realized I had come from poverty. I recall that from the early age of three or four, I would ask my mother to make an unplanned purchase for me, and rather than say […]