Money Love Letters

  • Defy the status quo. 😈

    Less is more. It's not what you think. This isn't about minimalism in the context of “stuff” and “things”.   It's about something I am learning and...
  • The Imperfect Entrepreneur.

    Entrepreneurship isn't easy. Well, I suppose you could say that life isn't easy. Ain't that the truth. I entered the path of entrepreneurship out o...
  • Wealth Is Sacred.

    I send you this money love letter from San Francisco, embodying the message above so, so much.   Wealth is sacred.   What do you feel when you read...
  • Expansion.

    Ooooof! I just realized that I haven't written a money love letter in over a month. I promise, I have good reasons. But, I have been missing this c...
  • Diversify your income streams.

    Take a look back on your educational upbringing. What were you taught about money? About business? About entrepreneurship?    When I look back at m...
  • Rewrite your money story.

    The sun is shining here in San Francisco, and I am perched up on my chair next to my window getting sun drunk while I write you this money love let...
  • Abundance is in my blood.

    This month is Filipinx American History Month. It is no accident that this is the month I unraveled something entirely new about my ancestors, specifically my Lola Nanay.
  • Make room for nuance in money.

    When we cultivate wealth and financial wellbeing for ourselves, it radiates collectively. When we look at money beyond just meeting our “basic needs” we can redistribute the wealth we have, without martyring ourselves in the process, and take care of one another.
  • Abundance is our birthright.

    We all have needs and one of those needs is each other. Plants need oxygen. Plants need air. Plants need water. And, plants need the sun. They also need each other, like the fungi and the trees. If nature does this and we are one with nature, why do we preach self sufficiency so much?
  • On financial literacy bypassing.

    Financial advice can be emotionally and spiritually bypassing, and the education that most individuals receive in regards to their financial wellbeing can be dismissive of your financial situation and/or experiences.
  • What is scarcity, really?

    I have to admit, I have not been moving into my days slowly as I usually do. This last week, my morning ritual has been neglected but I am receivin...
  • It is your right to rest.

    Has your employer ever prioritized your right to rest? I don't mean just offering PTO or saying that you should take a vacation. I mean, do they pr...