Intentional Living

To “live intentionally” means to live according to your values and beliefs.  I believe when we commit to being more thoughtful in how we spend our time and our money we can overcome the overwhelm, reduce financial stress, and live a more purposeful life.

Intentional living allows us to take better care of our minds and our bodies, and in turn, better care of those around us.

Here you’ll find content to help you spend less time and money on the things that matter less so you can create margin in your life and your budget to spend more on the things that matter most.

155 Uplifting Self-Care Quotes to Fill Your Cup

155 Uplifting Self-Care Quotes to Fill Your Cup

Self-care is one of the most important things you can do in your daily routine to maximize your inner peace, increase your confidence and productivity, and improve your relationships. Still, as with so many aspects of life, it can be easier said than done. Using positive quotes helps you remember to make caring for yourself…

Fun Things To Do: 35 Creative Activities to Spice up Your Life

Fun Things To Do: 35 Creative Activities to Spice up Your Life

When you’re feeling bored, uninspired, or generally lacking motivation, it’s the perfect time to discover new fun things to do and give yourself a boost. We’ve compiled a list of fun and affordable activities designed to add excitement and variety to your life. From artsy projects to sports, from cooking to gaming, there’s something for…

Inexpensive Gifts for the Woman Who Has Everything-Under $25 (2022)

Inexpensive Gifts for the Woman Who Has Everything-Under $25 (2022)

Need some ideas for inexpensive gifts for the woman who has everything? The women in your life deserved to be showered with gifts – and love, of course – every day, not just on a special occasion. And while shopping for birthdays and holidays like Mother’s Day and Valentine’s Day can really add up (especially…

Family Emergency Binder: What is it and Why Do You Need One?

Family Emergency Binder: What is it and Why Do You Need One?

If there’s one thing we’ve collectively learned from 2020 it’s that most of us are financially unprepared for an emergency. Long-term job losses, unstable economies, global pandemics, and out-of-control wildfires have taught us that we need to be better at preparing for emergencies to strike. That’s why I invested in a family emergency binder. There’s…