Your primary Money Mask is the


And, before you make any assumptions, there is no ‘ideal’ Money Mask type. All the Money Masks have loads of strengths as well as blind spots to watch out for.

So what does it mean to be a ‘Hoarder’?

You are very organized with your finances and budgeting comes easily to you. You always know how much money you have.
You usually have more cash than you need and are unlikely to have debt since you don’t buy things unless you have the cash for it.
You know the price of everything and are in tune with what’s fair market price. You love to find bargains.
You do not like to get rid of things that still can be used or repurposed.
The more money you save, the more secure you feel.

And as a Hoarder, there’s more to this than what meets the eye…

So what’s the problem?

No matter how much money you have, you worry about the possibility of losing your money.
You can become a compulsive saver without a goal in mind. Your family or friends may think you are ‘frugal’ or ‘cheap’.
You are always mindful and on the lookout to reduce any expenses.
You turn off the lights when leaving the room, close the refrigerator door quickly to keep in the cold, shop only when necessary, and rarely make purchases with credit cards.

Now imagine…

Instead of worrying about money, you get to a place where you can spend your money with ease.
You already have everything you need - the perfect recipe of skills, talents and discipline to do this - you just need some tools and support to help you take everything to the next level.
If you’re ready and you’ve been asking for a sign or mentor to help you, we are here. We invite you to book a free clarity call with us to release your money blocks and take your money game to the next level.

With love and gratitude,
Thuy and Marlene