There is one transformative financial goal that transcends circumstances and is universally relevant. Simply put: become more aware of your spending.
With your dollars, you express your values. The daily votes you make as you spend are profound, impactful, and shape the world around us in significant ways.
Money can't buy happiness, right? In this post we explore how our values around time and money intersect and how maybe, if it's spent the right way, money can buy us a little more happiness.
Heather started her career thinking she’d follow the tradition of giving back after she spent her youth and middle age focused on making money. Then she decided to turn that model on its head. Read her story in this week’s Tiller blog.
We all want to bury our head in the sand when it comes to our finances at some point in life. That’s totally understandable and okay, but achieving our goals and living our dreams means we have to pay attention.
Peter has been spending money on the house while his son raises money to send an orphan to school. Where do we spend our precious dollars? Spending with intention starts with knowing where you’re spending. Read more about how his family navigates this tricky space.