According to recent press, January is referred to in some legal circles as Divorce Month. It seems that the start of a new year feels like the right time for many to call a divorce attorney or mediator. In addition to the obvious emotional reasons for delaying action, divorce can be postponed because it can […]Continue Reading
Elizabeth Powell is a financial coach who helps women take charge of their money and create a path to financial freedom…on their terms. Elizabeth’s approach to feminine money mastery includes a step by step, holistic approach that helps her clients discover a capacity to learn the language of money, create financial and life goals, and make smart financial decisions today for a worry-free, beautiful future.
It’s been a long time goal of mine to bake my own sourdough bread. After spending a year in France during college, and eating my way through European bakeries, bread and baking are big passions of mine. In October 2019 I took my first sourdough baking course, came home with starter, and have been hooked […]Continue Reading
Ever felt a wee bit self-conscious peeling off your clothes for a massage in the dead of winter, when your body feels ‘softer’ than usual? Or you go to the dermatologist for your annual skin check and have to remove all your clothes and put on a paper thin gown, then wait in the cold […]Continue Reading
Anyone who says women don’t need financial strategies specifically for them is wrong. Women have traditionally been more vulnerable financially, whether we’re caretakers or the head of household. While we women face a unique set of financial challenges, our capacity for emotional strength as we endure life transitions positions us to weather financial storms…if we […]Continue Reading
Dear friends…in the spirit of my UP Talks brand, today I’d like to put forth an “uplifting yet provocative” conversation. We’ll start off with the provocative, and end with uplifting music by my favorite female duo… My concern for us today is about the American economy today (November 2019)—how we are describing it and thinking […]Continue Reading
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau defines financial well-being as: Having control over one’s finances Being able to cope with a financial shock Enjoying financial freedom of choice Being on track in meeting financial goals The terms ‘financial freedom’ and ‘financial independence (FI)’ are often used interchangeably. Vicki Robin is one of my mentors and SHE-ros. […]Continue Reading