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The Hunt for Gold

For those of you who have been reading our blogs, you know that White Raven Financial is big on sustainability and that the people connected with White Raven Financial make being kind to the planet is a part of their daily lives. Thus, we find Diane and her husband, Mike, once again out combing the …

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Due Diligence and The Dog Named Tu

From the time the soil is rototilled, the vegetables are harvested, and the garden is put to bed, Tu is always there to ensure everything is done properly. During the rototilling season, he is constantly checking to make sure the depth of the till is just correct. He does this by wandering though the freshly …

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What You Need To Know About Sustainable and Responsible Investments

What You Need To Know About Sustainable and Responsible Investments

Are you thinking about investing your money into something worthwhile? Do you want to make wise investments and, at the same time, make the world a better place? Why not invest your time and money in socially responsible investments? This will allow you to place your wealth in an organization that aligns with your beliefs …

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Is it Okay to Be Called Quirky?

The woman commented to me… “they [new clients] said that they really liked you and when I referred you1, I told them you were a bit quirky”. I consider the woman and her husband, who made the referral, not only just clients, but also as friends as our relationship developed over time. But still, I …

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Paying It Forward

It was a cool fall day but not at all uncomfortable. My Mom and I were outdoors, and she was directing me on the locations on where to plant the bulbs in the different gardens, along with the amount of fertilizer and spacing required between each planting. There were multiple colors and multiple types and …

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It Was Not in the Plan

On a warm Sunday morning in late May, my young friend and I decided it would be a nice day for a hike. We chose Oyster Dome1 since it was less than an hour away, the hike was not very difficult nor steep, and we ‘should’ get a great view of San Juan Islands from …

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Regard or Discard

We’ve all been there: We are tired, it has been a long day, it is cold outside, and we don’t feel that well. There is this task that should be done outside due to the weather forecast. (We could have done the task at least a month earlier but it keeps getting put off for …

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Empowering Others by Owning Your Role

The priority for the day was to attend a webinar that featured Susanne Lesko. Susan is noted as a pioneer, one of an elite group of women to rise to the rank of Captain in the U.S. Navy. During the webinar, Susanne spoke about her team combat experience and the extreme importance of owning your …

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Puzzles & The Wisdom of Crowds

Have you ever been to a fair or bazaar where you were asked to guess the number of jellybeans or marbles or whatever that was contained in a large jar? For a small donation and your ‘guessed’ number being the closest to the actual amongst all participants; you could potentially win a prize. The prize …

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