March has crept on in – man, time is flying! I’m excited that many of you are looking for ways grow your money this year. Of all the questions that I received in the last few weeks, this one stands out...Read More
There’s no surprise that the opioid crisis hits home for many families. What’s more surprising, however, is how companies and investors are taking advantage of what’s happening in our every day lives.
I consistently get the question...
I hope this Sunday finds you in a cheerful spirit ahead of this evening’s Super Bowl game. Regardless of who you are cheering for (go Philly!), and what festivities you have planned, I would be remiss if I didn’t arm you with the perfect conversation starters. After all...Read More
Happy 2018. Happy Martin Luther King Day. I’m back! I cherish days like this one because they force me to look at the intersection of race, class, and gender with fresh, critical eyes. America’s inequality problem continues to get uglier. But, I refuse to throw up my hands in defeat. I want better for you and your family. I want better for me and my family. I want better for my community, my nation.Read More
What a week! If you haven’t done so already, I hope that you are the cusp of shutting work down for the holidays. And guess what? It's my turn to give you all THREE of my gifts – make sure you read to the bottom to get them all. Instead of spending time talking about the tax bill (sad face), l will focus you on something I know you’ll love…..(drum roll). Check these out:Read More
As you get ready for the holidays, remember to find some peace and respite amidst what can be a crazy time.
This week, I’ve received a question that gets to the heart of it all. If you’re part of the Charisse Says community, I know you’ve pondered this question at some point this year:Read More
It’s the start of December, and I hope you feel encouraged as you look to close out this year. If you’re like me, you are also thinking about all the things you still want to accomplish (or will have to relinquish accomplishing) before the year is over. Well, I will share advice I have received – do what you can, and keep it moving!Read More
My heart still hurts for the victims, families, and friends of Sutherland Springs, Texas. Before you read the topic for this week, I ask that you join me in a moment of silence to remember the fallen, and to think about how we can stop these tragic events going forward.Read More
So, it’s World Series time and the baseball analogy is appropriate. If you hate baseball, keep reading – this story is more than baseball and there’s something for you. The Dodgers have a 1-0 series lead on the Astros because the Dodgers’ star hitter, Justin Turner, took a big swing and hit a fastball out of the ballpark last night. Since there was another man on base, Justin’s homerun gave the Dodgers the game lead and contributed to their victory.Read More