The Thought Error That Could Cost You Thousands

This week we are examining what I call “value-based spending” in my Wealth Realization Course. We are studying how often we give value to things just because we are told they are valuable, even though we might not authentically value them. This is a thought error. This thought error could cost you thousands and thousands of … Continue reading The Thought Error That Could Cost You Thousands

Stop Chirping About Why You Can’t: This is a Story of How You Can

When I stepped outside to sip my coffee this morning, a plump fluffy baby bird was there quivering on the deck. Its little body was soft with baby feathers, but its wings were strong and smooth like adult wings. Baby bird must’ve attempted its maiden voyage out of the nest from one of the tall … Continue reading Stop Chirping About Why You Can’t: This is a Story of How You Can

Big Life Lesson from Washing Dishes to Go to Modeling School

At 14 years old, living in small-town Vermont, I was starving for glamour. I’d do just about anything to get just a bit more glitter into my days--even spend my Friday nights drenched in garbage water. In early childhood that need for glamour didn’t exist. I loved spending afternoons in the woods and fields. Hours … Continue reading Big Life Lesson from Washing Dishes to Go to Modeling School

I Bought This 13′ Camper Trailer to Live in and I’m Leaving NYC for a While

So... last month I put a $500 deposit down on the 13' Scamp camper trailer pictured above. I had been thinking about it for several months, exploring many different camper and RV choices, and this one felt like the perfect fit for the adventure that's calling me. What adventure is that? You might be wondering. … Continue reading I Bought This 13′ Camper Trailer to Live in and I’m Leaving NYC for a While

Ariel Interviewed on “Two Black Guys With Good Credit” about Minimalism

Last month the "Two Black Guys With Good Credit" interviewed me on their very hilarious, extremely intelligent podcast. This is a podcast I listened to regularly to help inspire my financial freedom journey out of debt. Shaun Lynda, one of the hosts, also happens to be a regular yoga student in my classes. When he … Continue reading Ariel Interviewed on “Two Black Guys With Good Credit” about Minimalism