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The 4 Most Common Money Blocks

When money is on your mind, it’s important to stay positive and keep things in perspective. Find out the four most common mental obstacles to financial success, as well as how they can be overcome.

Financial Spring Cleaning: 6 Steps For Divorcing Women

Spring cleaning can be a daunting task — especially when it comes to your divorce and finances. But it’s time to take control and follow these steps to successful separate from your spouse.

Spring Cleaning: 6 Ways to Clear Your Space and Your Mind

Spring cleaning (a.k.a. the urge to purge) is good for your head — not just your home. Clutter wreaks havoc on your brain by making it harder to focus and putting you on edge, according to researchers from Princeton University’s Neuroscience...

Do You Fight Over Money?

A joint financial mission statement could solve your problems.

Do I Need a Financial Advisor and a Divorce Lawyer?

If you’re dealing with the intricacies of a divorce, you might start to wonder: Do I really need a financial advisor if I’m already working with a divorce lawyer? As you move through the divorce process, you will be required to make quite a few...

8 Signs You’re Being Passive-Aggressive

We've all come across passive-aggressive behavior at some point — from the friend who compliments your “starter home” to the coworker who checks his phone while you’re talking. But while it's easy to spot when it's happening to us, it's not...

Before You Resort to Retail Therapy, Read This

Give yourself a self check-in before you shop to be more mindful of your spending habits.

How to Cope With Sad Sundays

It's no secret that Sunday night might be the saddest time of the week. Sure, we've tried to reclaim it (making it "Funday") but, more often than not, feelings of dread, anxiety, and loneliness creep up as Monday looms nearer. But turning Sunday...