Category Archives: Relationship to money

Money and finances isn’t all about dollars and figures. Money is very tied to our emotions, our self-worth, our values and beliefs and bythe experiences we have had with money in the past. What’s your relationship to money and what role does it play in your life?

Do 6-Figure Professionals Need a Budget?

By Sheila Walkington, CFP® Co-founder and CFO Money Coaches Canada I know it’s only the middle of August, but “back-to-school” season is upon us. I always remember my mixed feelings of dreading the end of the summer but the excitement … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Money Coaching, Relationship to money


6 Simple Keys to Financial Success

By Karin Mizgala, CFP® Co-founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada To say it’s been a tough last few years is a big understatement. We were finally starting to plan for a more normal summer and wham, we’re now facing the … Continue reading

Posted in Money Coaching, Relationship to money


5 Ways to Lessen the Impact of COVID-19 on Your Retirement Plans

By Karin Mizgala, CFP® Co-founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada As we enter our third pandemic year, it can be tough to plan for the future. Retirement? What’s that? We’re just trying to make it through the day intact! This … Continue reading

Posted in For your information, Investing, Money Coaching, Relationship to money, Retirement savings


Gratitude is the Key to Reducing Money Stress and Enjoying the Holidays

By Karin Mizgala, Co-Founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada Being grateful has been shown to positively impact our lives. Our ability to experience and express gratitude influences our relationships, our emotional and physical health and even our careers. Yet, we also … Continue reading

Posted in Money Coaching, Relationship to money


Best Tips for Smart Savings

By Janet Gray, B.A., B.Admin, CFP®, EPC, CPCA I often get asked ‘how can I save more?’  This might help to get you started. Which statement currently best describes your situation? Income minus Savings and Needs = Spending Or Income minus … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Debt, Money Coaching, Relationship to money, Retirement savings


Aging Parents – Reversing the Roles

by Karin Mizgala MBA, CFP® I’m not sure when it happened, but several years ago I realized that the tables were turning in my relationship with my parents. Although still extremely healthy and vibrant at the age of 70, my … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Planning, Relationship to money


A Better Way to Stay On Track with Your Money

By Noel D’Souza, P.Eng, CFP® Do you feel like your money is just trickling out of a hole in your pocket, and you are not really sure where it’s all going or why there is nothing left at the end … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Relationship to money


I’m Working Really Hard, But Not Getting Ahead. Five Misconceptions Keeping You Stuck

By Alison Stafford, CFP® How often have you thought—I could get out of debt and save more for retirement, if only I made more money. It appears to make sense; that more money would be the answer to your financial worries. … Continue reading

Posted in Budgeting and Cash Flow, Debt, Relationship to money


Why Financial Literacy Isn’t Enough 

By Karin Mizgala, Co-Founder and CEO of Money Coaches Canada November is financial literacy month, and this year is its 10th anniversary. Interesting timing with COVID-19 raging in our midst and financial well-being feels more precarious than ever before.  There are … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Literacy, Relationship to money


Setting New Financial Goals during the Pandemic

By Sheila Walkington,  co-founder and CFO Money Coaches Canada It’s been almost six months since phrases like; shelter-in-place, work from home, physical distancing, and social bubbles, have become part of the daily conversation. Wearing a mask in public started out … Continue reading

Posted in Money Coaching, Relationship to money, Retirement savings