Tag Archives: financial

Top Self-Care Idea Lists of 2018

Have searched for “self-care ideas” lately? When I first published this article back in 2016, there were roughly 17,900,000 results on Google — today, there are 23,400,000. Can there really be that many more ideas? Probably. Self-care is limitless. By enlisting our creativity, we can come up with endless possibilities for taking good care of ourselves. Once […]

Self-Care Activity List: 366 Ideas

8 Dimensions of Self-Care

Having trouble coming up with fun and interesting self-care ideas? Last year, I took on a self-care challenge. For each of the 366 days in 2016, I experimented with a new self-care activity and then blogged about it. What would you add to the list? Be creative and come up with your own bucket list of […]

Self-Care Challenge (Day 267): Asking Questions

Epipen injector

On day 267 of my 366-day self-care challenge, I asked questions. It pays to ask a lot of questions. The truth is, many things in life aren’t what they seem on the surface; sometimes you have to dig deeper. Fortunately, asking questions has come pretty easily for me. As an only child, I notoriously asked […]

Self-Care Challenge (Day 134): Reading the Affordable Care Act


On day 134 of my 366-day self-care challenge, I explored how reading the Affordable Care Act in its entirety can be an act of self-care. The idea of an average American reading the Affordable Care Act in its entirety might seem a little outrageous. And after doing just that, I can confirm that it was. The […]

Self-Care Challenge (Day 104): Planning a Menu

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On day 104 of my 366-day self-care challenge, I explored how planning a menu can impact my eating habits. I’m always on the lookout for ways to improve efficiency when it comes to recurring tasks like laundry, cleaning, running errands, cooking, and menu planning. But as much as I’ve learned to embrace these unavoidable chores, there are other […]

Self-Care Challenge (Day 60): Defining “Enough”

A white piggy bank

On day 60 of my 366-day self-care challenge, I explored my definition of “enough.” How much is enough? Seriously, have you ever really asked yourself that question? What exactly does enough look like for you? Most of us spend year after year toiling away in a career. We do it to pay our bills, to buy toys, […]

Achieving Financial Harmony with David Bleiweiss

David Bleiweiss of Edward Jones

Are you feeling ready to get your financial house in order? I recently sat down with financial expert David Bleiweiss of Edward Jones in Issaquah, WA to learn about achieving financial harmony. You might be surprised by his insights. My personal definition of financial harmony is simply living in balance. That means spending no more […]

On Sabbatical with Bill Hendricks

Thinking of quitting your job? Well maybe you should. Bill Hendricks has done the impossible – twice now, in fact. Intentionally unemployed as a thirty-something – really? Yes, and we could all learn a few lessons from his experiences too. Whether you call it a sabbatical or a mini-retirement, taking a break from employment can […]