Friday Faves, Uncategorized

Kristy and Christiana’s Friday Guide to the Royal Wedding Couch-gate

I mean, who over the age of 30 hasn't thought, at least once, that  "All Prince Harry or William has to do is meet me. We'll fall in love, and I'll be a real PRINCESS"?  We know as sure as there are biscuits at tea that we have. We all watched them grow up and witnessed the… Continue reading Kristy and Christiana’s Friday Guide to the Royal Wedding Couch-gate

Margo's Money Management, Money Mondays, Uncategorized

Money Mondays: 3 Types of Accounts You Should Open Now to Save for Retirement

Happy Monday, Friends! Today, I'd like to talk about retirement.  Every time I think about having this conversation with my clients, I think about this one young man I spoke with not too long ago.  We were talking about managing his debt, and he said, "When the bills come in the mail, I swerve them."… Continue reading Money Mondays: 3 Types of Accounts You Should Open Now to Save for Retirement

Friday Faves, Margo's Money Management, Momday Faves

Friday Faves: Margo’s Go-To For Working/Busy Moms

Hi friends! I want to throw some things out there (like my besties did) that I have found to be stellar items as a working/busy/tired mom.  (Brad Pitt dancing has nothing to do with this but I liked the gif, so there you go.  Happy Friday!) 1. Pumping on the go Accessories.  Before I even… Continue reading Friday Faves: Margo’s Go-To For Working/Busy Moms

Margo's Money Management, Uncategorized

Margo’s Money Management: Why I Won’t Tell You ‘How Women Behave With Money’

Since we’re getting all personal here, I want to start by revealing a huge pet peeve of mine.  Let me set the stage with a few examples: While studying for a finance exam recently, the instructor in my course said, “Women have unique challenges when it comes to saving for retirement.  However, one positive thing… Continue reading Margo’s Money Management: Why I Won’t Tell You ‘How Women Behave With Money’

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Adventures of Mommy Money: Introducing Margo!

“Mom, the teacher said that we are making lunches for homeless people.  How can people be without a home?” This was the question my 5-year old son asked me as I was rushing around the house at 6:30 am trying to get everyone to put on their clothes/shoes and get in the car.  “Well, my… Continue reading Adventures of Mommy Money: Introducing Margo!