Now that we’re approximately 3,000 years into the pandemic (at least it certainly feels that way), you may actually be getting acclimated to this weird time. But even though it may feel more routine, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t still cause stress. If you haven’t yet found a way to nourish your soul, I highly recommend it. You’ll be a better worker, partner, parent, and friend — but you’re … [Read more...] about How to Practice Self-Care During This Time
The CARES Act was signed into law in late March, providing financial assistance for individuals and businesses in these difficult and uncertain times. You may have heard bits and pieces of it mentioned on the news — stimulus checks (which you may or may not be entitled to depending on your household income) and small business loans that can help keep your business afloat. But if you need help, … [Read more...] about What the CARES Act Means for Individuals and Small Businesses
Many millennials were either just starting our careers or still in school in 2008, and now we’re older, with more complicated lives and the additional bank accounts to match. Many of us have kids and mortgages now, or small businesses with employees we’ve had to lay off — or both. Once again, we’re faced with a truly scary time. We’re afraid for our health and the wellbeing of the people we love. … [Read more...] about What Does Market Volatility Mean for Your Investments?
There may come a time in your career when working 40-plus hours a week just isn’t possible. It’s common to exit the workforce for a few years to deal with a health issue, or care for young children or elderly relatives. But your reasons for wanting a break may be different! Lots of workers are taking a detour from their career path to travel, take on a creative project, learn new skills, or avoid … [Read more...] about How to Set Yourself Up for a Future Career Break
You know you want to be together forever, but if there's one thing you fight about, it's money. Maybe you’re a spender and your partner is a saver. Maybe you keep cash in savings accounts while they gravitate toward risky investments. Maybe they want to maintain detailed budgeting spreadsheets, but you’d rather not dedicate the time to that. It’s possible to get along really well with someone … [Read more...] about You’re compatible in every way … except financially. How to deal?
I recently saw a Twitter thread claiming that the only path to wealth is self-employment. I call shenanigans. For one thing, everyone defines “wealth” and “success” differently. For another, there are many different paths to attaining both of those things. As someone who works with both entrepreneurs and people who work as W-2 employees, I can tell you that it’s possible to become wealthy — … [Read more...] about Do You Have to Start Your Own Business to Become Rich?