hey there, welcome. I'm Jordyn!
I'm here to help you get clear & feel good about your money.
Tell me - does any of this sound familiar?
- You find yourself putting unopened paper bills and statements on the kitchen table, in a drawer, or on a shelf without even looking at them.
- Thinking of checking your bank account makes you think "OMG, NO, I CAN'T..." maybe later...
- You think rich people are greedy, big companies are out to get you, and the government's just there collecting taxes for no good reason.
I used to be that person.
You want to feel good when it comes to your money. Is this what you want?
- Feeling in control
- Enjoying managing your money
- Having abundance
- Having space for the things that matter in your life:
- Your friends
- Your parents
- Your partner
- Your pets
- Your health
- Your soul
- Knowing what's in your bank account
- Feeling calm and joyful when you think about money
you want to live a life that's not dictated by your finances
I know you - I really do. I've been where you are, and I've lived a similar life up until recently.
I didn't think it was possible to live mindfully AND love money. I thought the two worlds would never combine. I mean, how many rich people have you met or seen on TV who aren't assholes?
Not too many.
I'm here to tell you it's possible. I've found (and am still discovering) this new way of life, where you can live by your values, have time for what matters, AND feel good about money.
If you're a soul-oriented woman who wants to make peace with money, and wants to thrive without sacrificing her values and well-being, you're in the right place.
I'm SO happy you're here!
so, who am I?
I'm a daughter.
I'm an (almost) wife.
I'm a friend.
I'm an egg-and-avocado eater.
I'm a writer.
I'm a teacher.
I'm a seeker of understanding how to be mindful with money.
I'm a podcaster.
I'm an (occasional) vegetarian.
I'm a business school graduate.
And I'm learning as I go.
But most of all, I'm just like you.
Susceptible to old-thought-patterns and bad money habits if I'm not careful.
And sometimes falling short when I'm trying my best.
And I'm here to say that is perfectly okay. That's MORE than okay. That's amazing, because you're trying.
I'm here to help you.