So, here we are in 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic continues in the Seacoast and across the world. While the light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter and brighter, especially with the new CDC guidelines, I’ve had...
Have you hit the end of Netflix? Looking for a new show to get sucked in to after the kids go to bed? You’ve probably heard of all the hit shows your friends ARE watching, but what about all...
The beginning months of a year are a great time to start or continue organizing your financial life. My previous posts talked about Covid-induced motivation to be more engaged in your family’s finances and how to effectively start the...
Whether it’s the ever-changing status of school, the decreasing hours of daylight this time of year, or, oh, I don’t know, the fact that the SUCCESS OF THE HOLIDAYS RESTS SQUARELY ON OUR SHOULDERS, parents need some laughter in...
Let’s talk candidly about rebuilding a morning routine in 2021. I don’t know about you, but in 2020 I threw out any expectations that I would be faithful to my wakeup rituals. Now that we have safely (knock on...
When I married a 5th generation Maine farmer over a decade ago, I never imagined that part of the bargain was raising farm kids. I knew that part of the package was the lifestyle. It meant joining with a...
While in many ways, this pandemic has shuttered my hopes and dreams (specifically, many of my favorite local, indoor play places), I refuse to let it squash my creativity as well. So as I (literally) watched my kids bounce...
‘Tis the season for holiday shopping and – let’s be honest – arguing with your spouse about money. Sharing the family finances with your partner is particularly fun during the holidays. If you have not had that argument yet,...
From the time my daughter was three and my son was an infant, they’ve regularly come with me to the polls on voting day. Whether it was a primary, municipal, statewide, or federal election, they’ve come along. They were...
My path to financial planning was motivated by a friend traumatically becoming a widow at age 30 – four months after the birth of their only child. Her husband’s known heart condition meant minimal life insurance. She struggled to...

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