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March 2014

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Lazy is Not a Four Letter Word

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Generally, I don’t like to be busy. I’m a bit of a plodder and I like to do things at my own pace, so I don’t fill my days with activities or take on too much in life, lest it freak me out and eat into my much-needed thinking time. But lately, I’ve been feeling anxious because I think I should be doing more. I don’t want to do more, but I think I should, and that kind of internal struggle is stressful and takes the joy out of an otherwise beautiful life.

It’s been particularly hot here, too, so I’ve been hot and stressed and trying to be productive but not accomplishing anything which further stresses me and causes me to think I should be doing more, and so it goes on.

Much to my relief, it started raining last night – heavy, pounding, thrash-your-window rain – and I woke up today feeling OK about doing nothing, like I finally had permission to stay inside and relax. Then this beautiful message from Abraham popped right up on my Facebook feed and confirmed what I’ve known all along – doing nothing is good! Watch the clip and unwind a little.

Saturday

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March 2014

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Let’s Do This

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After 15 years of growing this little idea of mine and dreaming of a day when I would work for myself doing something I truly love, I am very proud and excited to launch my brainchild and heartlove – Moneylife for Women – and the official MoneyLifeWoman blog!

By sheer coincidence (or perfect synchronicity), it also happens to be International Women’s Day, and I can’t think of a more fitting occasion to launch this project than the day the world celebrates power and freedom for women.

Moneylife for Women empowers women to transform their relationship with money so they are free to do what they love and can create a life that truly reflects their dreams and values. To begin here – on International Women’s Day – is perfectly apt and shows that my procrastination was well-timed, if nothing else!

Moneylife started, quite simply, as a solution to my own money problems. I was broke, up to my eyeballs in debt, had no vision for my future and happened to be pregnant with my first child. Out of necessity, I created a method for managing my money which not only improved my financial situation, but transformed the way I felt about money and life. A very powerful concept grew from this simple tool and my life literally grew with it.

Despite some poor life choices, a difficult divorce and the challenging path of single-motherhood, my life has flourished beyond anything I could ever have imagined. I attribute my happiness and success to the concept that is now Moneylife for Women and I am very excited to be able to share what I’ve learned.

Join me here on my blog for Moneylife information & inspiration, and keep an eye out for Moneylife workshops (coming soon!), which bring this powerful and unique concept to real-life… and could possibly change yours.

Learn a little more about me here.

Friday

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March 2014

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