Recent Articles from Christine

Applying Knowledge and Changing Behaviors

Applied knowledge is power, but using antiquated behaviors with renewed knowledge defeats the purpose of putting in the time to learn.  It is essential for an individual to spend a significant amount of time focusing on changing their current behaviors that are...

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Stash the Cash!

A Dose of Discipline Creating new disciplines are easy to do and easy not to do.  Discipline is often one of the key essentials that an individual disregard as it relates to their finances.  For example, monitoring your finances.  Do you know where your money is...

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Wealth, Health = Wellness

Often on the road to financial recovery which leads to wellness, we fail to exercise the opportunity to experience wealth and health.  What do you envision your financial journey to look like?  What does your journey currently look like?  Using the antiquated methods...

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The Power of Change

Avoid letting change happen to you.  Become the change that happens through you. Many people aspire to see change happen in their lives; yet “tomorrow” never seem to come.  Do you know anyone that consistently says, “I’ll do it tomorrow”?  Procrastination opens the...

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What do you value the most?

Your life-values may have a lasting effect on your finances.  Think about it.  Have you ever wondered why you make the financial decisions that you make?  Have you given any thought as to why you choose to shop or dine out when your bills are past due?  Or perhaps...

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Fears of Seeking Financial Help

Talking to real people about real issues:  While having a discussion on finances with a young lady that I met by the name of Felicia of Portsmouth, VA; she offered her view as to why people do not ask for financial help.  Felicia stated that “Some people don’t know...

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“ALL CASH DIET”

An “ALL CASH” diet is not as scary as it may seem.   The society that we live in dictates, our life style in many cases.  Swiping can cause you to find yourself swimming in debt trying to keep your head above water.  Should you choose to swipe, use your debit card....

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