Author: Shauna

Sometimes it Just Takes Time

Let’s talk credit repair   So we’ve looked at the quick fix, if it’s for you good luck, God speed and away you go.  If you know there are no quick fixes read on.   This all started with an ad I saw on Facebook that to be honest was originally interesting and ended up Read More …

The Truth is Not So Sexy

Last week we looked at the increasing number of credit repair insiders popping up offering to help you fix your credit in 30-60 days so you can get access to new credit to buy your dream home, go on that fantasy vacation and live the good life, the truth doesn’t sell near as well as Read More …

Cleaning Up Yesterday

Last week we looked at wiping the money slate clean, which takes time and will probably always be a bit of a work in progress.  I only say that because I never want anyone to think it’s a one time thing and then away you go.  It’s like tuning a piano, once it’s in tune Read More …

How to Wipe the Slate Clean

Last week we began to look at the beliefs that we have been carrying around with us.  That baggage that we haul with us from day to day, usually without realizing it.  What was on your list?   What would change for you if you didn’t have that belief?  The short answer is probably everything.  Read More …

Baggage

Baggage, we’ve all got it.  Sometimes it’s a cute little carry on bag, other times it’s a full on matched set.  Whatever the size, it travels with us everywhere.   Some of it we packed ourselves, most of it we got given to us by our parents, grandparents and  those we shared our early years with. They didn’t Read More …

When Beliefs Fight Back

Did you participate in the belief and pattern challenge last week? If you didn’t no worries, give it a shot this week.  If you did, thank you!  How did it go?   Wherever you are in your belief system I have to issue a warning, normally I do this whenever I suggest this challenge to Read More …

Spotting the Pattern

If you have identified the belief that was created by your first money memory, great.  If not I would invite you to take a few minutes and check out last weeks post to find that memory and the belief it created.   Let’s stick with the memory of losing money as our example.  Perhaps the Read More …

Memories: Are They Real?

There are few things we are more attached to in this life than our memories.  Memories of special events, first time experiences, once in a lifetime moments.  Our first love, our first kiss, first day of college, first home, those firsts that shape every day after.   What about your first money memory? Were you able Read More …

Look Backward to Move Forward

When I was a kid I loved to swim, if you loved the water you know what I mean.  Remember the freedom of gliding through the water, maintaining an even pace with no worries, the great thing about any kind of physical activity is that it gives you time to think clearly and embrace the possibilities. Read More …