Saving: 3 Reasons It Won’t Be Deprivation

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Sep 12, 2019 10:06:39 AM

Many of us think saving means deprivation, so we balk or rebel. For most of you, I can guarantee it won’t be deprivation. How can I be so sure you ask? It’s because of these 3 reasons:

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Topics: financial wellness

Our Country’s Freedom. Our Financial Freedom. Is the Fight Worth It?

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Jul 3, 2019 3:08:43 PM

We’ve shed a lot of blood to be a free nation. It took vision, conflict, faith that there could be a better way, and guts.  Was it worth it to become 13 independent colonies years ago? I think all Americans would say absolutely.  Was it worth it to become 3 colonies known as Canada years ago on July 1? I think all Canadians would say absolutely too. And today, we still challenge each other everyday with different ideas, religions, legal interpretations, morals.  We are a work in progress.

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Topics: financial wellness, financial freedom

Have You Had....THE MONEY TALK?

Posted by Carrie Rattle on May 27, 2019 9:23:00 AM

You know, where you sit down with your other half and bare all, or tell them that their money habits are driving you CRAZY?  Maybe one of you is a Saver, and the other a Spender.  The Saver thinks the Spender is out of control, while the Spender thinks the Saver is a tightwad. You sort of skirt the money talk to avoid confrontation and keep peace in the marriage. There's only one problem. You touch money just about every day. If issues don't get resolved they fester, and erode trust or patience. There is a better way!

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Topics: Money Talk, marriage, financial wellness, couples and money,, couples money therapy

Why Pay Equity Isn’t Enough for Women’s Equality

Posted by Carrie Rattle on Apr 19, 2019 10:15:00 AM

I hope to see pay equity in my lifetime, for all the women who continue the hard fight for it. It took 30 years for all the working women of my generation to move the pay equity needle from 69 cents to 81 cents. THIRTY YEARS, of working long hours, being perfectly prepared for every meeting, receiving promotions every 1 ½ years, and yes, even negotiating raises and bonuses.  THIRTY YEARS for all the women who raised children and worked full time, running out at 5 pm facing scorn from their male counterparts, then working 2 hours after they cooked dinner and put the kids to bed.  But Pay Equity still won’t achieve equality, and here’s why.

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Topics: savings, money selfcare, divorce and finances, womenandmoney, pay equity, money coach, women and wealth, women's equality, financial therapist, financial wellness

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