Managing Money: When Less Is More
April 1, 2013
When it comes to managing money, we hear a lot about abundance. And prosperity. And how we can have what we think about, if we just think long enough and hard enough.There are two situations where that thinking may be a luxury we cannot ... Read more »
Other Featured Articles on Money
Cooking for Relaxation, Really?
March 29, 2013
This is a post I wrote about 18 months ago all about my first attempt to see if cooking was an interest I wanted to explore. Because most readers today were not part of the satisfying retirement family then, I thought you might enjoy my ... Read more »
Honoring Money or What’s in Your Wallet?
March 25, 2013
Oops, I had been outed.I had been living a lie.I say I honor money, have a healthy relationship with it, and yet my bills are in a favorite leather bill holder that is ripping. My credit cards are in a utilitarian black flat ... Read more »
Prison Ministry: What Does It Accomplish?
March 22, 2013
Based on comments left on other Satisfying Retirement posts I know there is continuing interest in the work I do for a local prison ministry organization. The world of prisons and inmates is one I only knew through movies, news stories, and "common knowledge" about ... Read more »
Obsessing Over Money: The Truth About What If
March 18, 2013
It was an early morning call, and I could hear the slight edge of controlled anxiety in her voice. Therese told me she had a large sum of money she expected to receive at any time and she wanted to be sure she was ready ... Read more »
Learning to Budget All Over Again
March 15, 2013
I received the following e-mail from a regular satisfying retirement reader and commenter. Her questions and request for a post focused on budgeting are very much in line with some of the comments left on the post I wrote asking for your ideas for this ... Read more »