Coyotes, the Sunrise, and Planning for Financial Freedom

(published February 7th through my newsletter) The sun just rose, like a big golden yolk over a pale yellow horizon. Two coyotes are snorting and playing (breakfasting on a desert rat?) off in the shrubs beside the Scamp. Meanwhile, I’m sitting here inside the camper, cross-legged, drinking lemon water and pondering how to help my … Continue reading Coyotes, the Sunrise, and Planning for Financial Freedom

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

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