Category Archives: Money Matters

Is Talking About Money Still Taboo?

When it comes to money memories from my childhood, I remember hearing the grown-ups wonder how so-and-so could afford such-and-such and how having said such-and-such was a reckless waste of money. Yet one of my godmothers bought me what my mother terms “too expensive” clothing for a growing child. I remember being told to save… Continue Reading

Money, Shame and Stillness

Money, Shame and Stillness

I admit that I have financial issues. Some months I have exactly the amount of money in my accounts to do what needs doing. Other months I scramble to make sure all the bills are paid. I’m sure I’m not alone in this. It’s one of the drawbacks to living paycheck to paycheck. We give… Continue Reading

Maiden Money Monday 

Maiden Money Monday 

Maiden (adj.) – first of it’s kind, as in a maiden journey. Money (noun) – a legal tender, used as an exchange for and determination of the value of goods and services. Monday (noun) – Second day of the week, after Sunday and before Tuesday. It’s the Maiden Monday in the Month of January, which… Continue Reading

CYL-0001: Practice of Making Money

CYL-0001: Practice of Making Money

  What does your practice of making money look like? Are you making enough to sustain you or barely making it from one paycheck to the next? What are the things you say about money in your everyday conversations? What about in your private thoughts? What emotional response do you have surrounding your dealings with… Continue Reading

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