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.

11 Cheap and Easy Ways to Practice Self-Care on a Budget

11 Cheap and Easy Ways to Practice Self-Care on a Budget

Conversations about self-care often revolve around massages, mani/pedis and fancy spa days, but what do you do if you don’t have the money to afford those things?  Let’s discuss a few ways you can make your wallet and your soul happy and practice self-care on a budget. Nowadays there’s such a push for us women…

7 Practical Tax Tips For A Stress-Free Tax Season

7 Practical Tax Tips For A Stress-Free Tax Season

Tax season.  A phrase that can make almost anyone roll their eyes and wonder how long they can procrastinate getting their returns together.  I feel you. Taxes are confusing…and annoying! I am not a tax professional so this article is not intended as expert financial advice. I am, however, a WAHM with her own business…

Why Financial Self-Care is an Important Form of Self-Care You Need to Be Practicing

Why Financial Self-Care is an Important Form of Self-Care You Need to Be Practicing

Self-care seems to be a big buzzword lately that has a very personal meaning for everyone.  For me, I view self-care as a tool for stress management. For you, perhaps, self-care looks like a quick workout each morning or taking the time to prepare healthy meals for yourself every day.  Maybe it takes the form…