Get out of your financial rut 

In a few minutes a day, discover how tracking your weekly spending can help you be more intentional with your finances - and find opportunities to create awareness around your money and save more.

Are you hearing the news of the stimulus and thinking it’s not enough? Or that you won’t qualify?  What if you explored giving yourself a stimulus check?  Keina, I don’t have that kind of money!   I would argue that you do have the money to provide your own stimulus check – and I want to […]

Budgeting

How to Create Your Own Stimulus Check

The number one problem my clients need help solving is knowing how they can use their money each day to save. How much money is for bills? How much money do they have to spend? How much money can they save for their goals and still have money to enjoy?  Maybe you can relate.   Before […]

Budgeting

Using Multiple Accounts to Budget

Note from Keina: This post was originally sent via newsletter. Newsletter subscribers receive financial tips like this before anyone else. Click here to subscribe to the newsletter! If you’re reading this in the midst of 2020 you might be wondering if your financial goals are realistic or if your financial goals are worth achieving. Trust […]

Financial Habit

Two Ways To Change Your Relationship With Money

managing your finances during uncertainty

I want you to know I am here for you.  My goal is to help you remain consistent and empower and support you to be intentional with your finances even during this season. Now, more than ever is the opportunity for you to show up for yourself. Maybe you still have income coming in.Maybe you experienced […]

Budgeting

How to Manage Your Expenses During Uncertainty

The question my community is always asking is “How can I stop overspending? I have good intentions but often lose sight.” Society says stop buying the latte. Social media is telling you to go for a month with no spend days. Well, I don’t think either is the answer because neither addresses your mindset or […]

Budgeting

How to Stop Overspending

Maybe you’ve taken on some extra hours at work or you started working a second job because your goal this year is to save money to travel or pay down your debt. But the reality is you have no idea where the extra money is going. You still don’t have the travel fund. You haven’t […]

Financial Coach

How to Use Extra Income to Reach Your Goals

Receive Your Biggest Refund Yet. Have you seen this headline in your inbox?Whether you love or hate this time of year I want to encourage you to set a clear intention for your tax refund. Taking the time to create a plan for your refund can help you make sure your refund doesn’t just disappear. […]

Budgeting

How to Use Your Tax Refund

One of the things my clients worry about before working with me is what they’ll have to let go of to gain clarity and confidence with their money. They wonder if they’ll have to say no traveling, if they’ll be able to have a latte or if they’ll still be able to go to brunch […]

Financial Habit

Three Questions to Ask Before You Change Your Spending

This week increase your retirement contribution by 1%. It may not seem like much but this small action is the difference of thousands of dollars in 10, 20, or even 30 years. One of the things my clients worry about the most is whether they’ll have enough for retirement. It is something I’ve worried about […]

Saving

How to prepare for retirement

A simple habit I’ve adopted is checking my paystub at the beginning of the year. Why? Well, simply put numbers fluctuate. Whether it’s new tax laws, a raise (woot! woot!), or a change in your contributions to retirement or healthcare these are just a few of the reasons why your paycheck may fluctuate at the […]

Financial Habit

How to gain clarity with your money at the start of the year

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