Nourish Series: Nourishing Yourself Financially

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Welcome to a bonus Week 7 of our Nourish Series. Over the last 6 weeks we got to hear from some wonderful educators.  We learned new tips around meditation, mindfulness, yoga, qi-gong, nutrition, and other ways to bring greater balance and nourishment into our lives.

Over the course of the Nourish series several people asked how we can use a nourishment lens to understand how to find greater balance financially. Imbalance hinders our ability to live with ease and abundance.  We can experience imbalance financially and/or with our health.  My experiences in both the health and wealth has helped me see just how important it is to bring balance to ourselves on both the health side AND the wealth side. During our video we go through practical financial and emotional tips to understand how we more deeply nourish yourself in relationship to wealth.  I hope this video inspires you to find new ways to bring nourishment to your finances.

 

 

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Thank you again, and please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.

Best,

Kerry Meath-Sinkin

CFP®AIF®

Partner & Wealth Advisor

 

Kerry Meath-Sinkin, CFP®AIF® MPH, is a partner and wealth advisor based in Minneapolis. Kerry combines wealth and wellness strategies to help professionals and their families live more abundant and nourishing lives. She graduated with honors from Brown University and works with clients in the Twin cities and nationwide. Kerry also has a passion for healthy living, is a certified Ayurvedic practitioner, and public health educator. Click here to learn more about Kerry.

 

 

 

 

This presentation is for educational purposes only. No products or services will be offered for sale, and there is no obligation.

This seminar is not intended to provide specific legal, tax, or other professional advice. For a comprehensive review of your personal situation, always consult a tax or legal advisor.

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