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.

15 Surefire Ways To Kick the Afternoon Blues to the Curb

15 Surefire Ways To Kick the Afternoon Blues to the Curb

You know the feeling, you’re working hard all day, checking things off your to-do list, then bam, you hit a wall. You feel exhausted, your head gets foggy, and you start counting down the minutes until your day ends. Lucky for you, that doesn’t have to be your everyday normal. A recent online survey asked…

Men Reveal Whether They’re Actually Interested in Older Women

Men Reveal Whether They’re Actually Interested in Older Women

For a long time, society has always accepted that some older men prefer younger women. However, when it comes to younger men being interested in older women, many seem to question their motivation or if they could truly care for a woman much older than themselves. Recently, men explained to older women if they were…

Internet Users Debate the Impact of Social Media on our Society

Internet Users Debate the Impact of Social Media on our Society

Were you alive before social media? Someone recently asked, “Do you believe the world was better before social media?” The responses were mixed, and this appears to be a polarizing topic – here are the top-voted answers. Yes, Pre-Smartphones Someone said, “Pre-smartphone, yes. But social media has less to do with it; we had AOL…