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Why Is Talking About Money So Taboo?

Think about conversations you have had with friends and family. My oldest friend and I met in kindergarten. We have gone through everything together — death, marriage, divorce, job losses, and childbirth. Yet, the one thing we don’t discuss is money. We talk about it in general terms but I have no idea what her real financial situation is, and she doesn’t know mine. When my girlfriends and I get […]

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 […]

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The First Step to Talking Money With Women

Feb 8, 2013 Women have stories. We share our stories with one another and make sense of our lives through our stories. Our lives consist of seemingly endless stories woven together with bits of thread and a little bit of patchwork along the way. Within the stories we find our meaning and our connection — to each other and to ourselves. Where men find comfort in facts, women find comfort […]

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You Can’t Buy Your Way Out of Emotional Debt

12/14/2012 It’s a Wednesday afternoon, two weeks before Christmas. Sarah decides to pop into the mall on her way to a client appointment. How busy could it be? It’s jammed. She finds a frenzy of activity, with people walking quickly while they try to power shop in the little time they have. Most of them seem to be like her, in business clothing, stealing an hour to get some gift […]