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Category: Planning your Financial Future

This is Not Where You Want To Be With Your Money

by Angie Carlson | Neither of you can picture a life without your spouse. And you know that your financial teamwork is not where either of you want it to be. Your vision was to stay at home with the…
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What is missing from your great life

by Angela Carlson | You have a wonderful spouse and a fantastic household income. Yet, you’ve never felt as shaky or fearful about your money as you do now. It’s on your mind before you can shut off your (first)…
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Trusting yourself

by Angie Carlson | “Can I really trust myself to handle my money differently this time?” This is a question I was asked near the end of a money conversation. While we wrestled through that together, some wise words were…
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You Need More Than What to Financially Win?

by Angie Carlson| “I only need a budget to financially win.” This is just not true. You can be budgeting to the penny with each paycheck AND… not experience progress on your financial goals.… not plan for any money to…
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3 Reasons Why Working Yourself To the Bone is NOT Solving Your Financial Challenges 

by Angie Carlson | Couples that have reached out for a complimentary conversation and became clients saw the actions they were taking on their own were not solving their money challenges.  They were tired of the money fights, stress, and anxiety.  The…
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When you avoid money conversations with your spouse, your body tells the story.

by Angie Carlson | Your facial expressions have tells.  Looking away from the speaker when money is brought up to calm the discomfort in your body.  Trying to keep a straight, calm face to show the world and your kids…
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Three patterns that keep you in the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle

by Angie Carlson| Three patterns that are keeping you stuck in the cycle of living paycheck-to-paycheck(and steps you can take TODAY to change that). I understand how this can happen. Society tells us what is normal, so it’s easy to…
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This statement about money is a lie.

by Angie Carlson|  “I am bad with my money” is not true. Nearly every conversation I have lacks some context with that statement. After we start talking about being “bad with my money”, every person can tell me at least…
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Can I really trust myself?

by Angie Carlson| “Can I really trust myself to handle my money differently this time?” This is a question I was asked near the end of a consultation. While we wrestled through that together, some wise words were shared. “This…
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Two words that many mistakenly assume mean the same

by Angie Carlson | Money doubts and negative self-talked are enhanced by two words that many mistakenly assume mean the same thing. Before I reveal the words, let’s note what false doubts and negative money self-talk can sound like:~ Budgeting…
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