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How was your week, friends? I nattered on tv about how to have scary money conversations, lead an IRL workshop about defining success for yourself, and then dressed as Moira Rose for Halloween … and nobody recognized me. Even though I brought Herb Ertilinger’s Fruit Wine!

This coming Friday (November 8th) I’m leading a workshop at the Giant Steps Conference entitled “How To Use Social Media To Get What You Want.” If you’re in Minneapolis, I’d love to see you! And if you’d like me to give this workshop at your conference, please get in touch 😉

Links for you

The cart for the next live round of Bank Boost opens on November 7th – you can get on the wait list here.  Sarahbeth said “This course will change you, no matter where you are in your financial awareness and journey. I highly recommend it!! Discussions from this class also permanently changed how I talk about money with my 3 kids, which means it’s influence will benefit the next generation, too. Go for it!!” BLUUUUSH!

Also money related: How to find the best cheap eats in every city

And celebrating the death of your debt!

This made me smile

Cuuuuute! An unexpected story of love at first sight


Over-complicating things is a form of self-sabotage

Two book recommendations:
This for innovative recipes for two
This for a funny, sweet, slightly sad memoir of a girl orphaned at 8 and raised by her exceptionally eccentric bachelor uncles in the Bronx

WHOA. TikTok Girls Dance to Audio of Toxic Exes’ Rants in Latest Darkly Funny (and Empowering) Trend
Tenley had just seen a massively viral TikTok posted by Isabella, 18, in which she did an interpretive dance to her ex-boyfriend’s tearful voicemail apologizing to her for cheating on her. She had found it hilarious and “really empowering,” she says. Inspired by the success of Isabella’s TikTok, Tenley posted a TikTok of herself doing an interpretive dance to the audio of her ex-boyfriend yelling at her. She later did a series of follow-up TikToks providing some context for the clip and detailing their relationship.

Totally co-signed on this tiny joy

For all my fellow Virgos: How to overcome perfectionism and just keep shipping.

That idea you’ve got? Ship it.

That thing you’re sitting on? Ship it.

The movement you want to start? Ship it.

Ship 10 things, and 2 will succeed.

That’s better than shipping 1 thing and having it fail, right?  It feels too big, too important, or too grand. It’s not ready, it needs more of this and less of that.

This IG account certainly isn’t for everyone’s brain chemistry/personality type, but it’s very much for me.

Fellow North Hemisphere dwellers – it’s time.

Want to share someone’s content in your Instagram grid? An etiquette guide.

P.S. I’m nailing down my coaching calendar for the rest of the year! If you’d like to grab a spot with me to talk about money, habits, goals, mindset, your business – now’s the time to do it. Drop me a line at sarah@yesandyes.org if you’re curious to see if we’d be a good fit. 

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