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Mental Health Pause: Community and Self Care

This month on Build Your Foundations, we have been diving deep into the topic of trauma as we take our Mental Health Pause. In the previous weeks, we have established that we have all experienced traumas.  Most of us have experienced trauma with a lower-case t and some of us have experienced trauma with a […]
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Mental Health Pause: Trauma with a Capital T

This week on Build Your Foundations, we will be discussing Trauma with a Capital T.  We were hoping that the Mental Health Pause we have been taking in the month of August would be insightful to our fans and would help encourage you to pursue your own mental wellbeing.  What we did not realize was […]
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Mental Health Pause: We All Have Trauma

This month on Build Your Foundations, we will shift our focus from our Financials of Divorce Series and take this month to take a Mental Health Pause. If you have been paying any attention to the Olympics or the world news in general, Simone Biles has been in the headlines in recent weeks because she […]
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Money Basics – Emergency Fund

On Build Your Foundations, we have been diving headfirst this month, into the Money Basics Series.  So far, we have established the  ABC’s of basic budgeting, setting financial goals such as eliminating debt and establishing credit.  In our final week of the series, we will review another key component of money basics – the need […]
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Money Basics – Credit

As we continue our Money Basics Series on Build Your Foundations, we have so far touched on the ABC’s of basic budgeting, setting financial goals, and eliminating debt.  This week, we will focus on credit.   A friend from Australia was sharing that when she came to the United States as a student, no one spoke […]
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Money Basics: DEBT

As we continue our money basics series on Build Your Foundation, we will continue to build on the ABC’s of Basic Budgeting, as well as setting financial goals.  One financial goal you may consider setting is getting yourself out of debt.*  Having debt can weigh heavily on your emotions and mental state of mind.  With […]
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Goal Setting in Your Personal Budget

Goal setting is not just about your fitness goals, your career goals but even in your financial goals, setting goals for your budget can give you structure and a clear vision of the direction you are currently heading and where you would like to go in the short-term, medium-term and long-term future. In last week’s […]
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ABC’s of Basic Budgeting

Can I get a show of hands out there, who works with a budget? Who actually enjoys working with a budget? Foundations Divorce is launching into our money basics series on Build Your Foundation and will start with the most basic item, the budget. I confess I hate working within a budget and I’m not […]
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High Conflict Divorce and the Divorce Coach

Do you wonder if you may be married to someone who is a high conflict personality and you do not know which steps to take next as you think about divorcing them?  You know that with every step you take, it can either get you to the goal of finishing your divorce successfully with minimal […]
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