Florence Welch, lead singer of the rock band Florence + the Machine, doesn’t exactly live the rock star lifestyle, despite critically and commercial success of the bands first two albums and a few very profitable worldwide tours. Truth be told, it appears the prep-school educated London native is quite the Old Money Gal. Let’s take … More Even Rockers Do It: Florence Welch, OMG
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So you’ve bought a copy of The Old Money Book. You’ve assessed your personal situation and have begun to implement the principle of living better while spending less. You’re trying to shop less often, purchase better quality products, and save money. But for some reason, you still find yourself buying things you don’t really need, … More Advertising Works: So What Do We Do About It?
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We’re going to talk about specific products very little here because, generally speaking, the Old Money way of life is not about being a consumer and buying things. It’s about values, priorities, and habits. But an important exception has to be made when it comes to Thank You notes. It’s very important that you purchase … More Old Money Essential: Thank You Notes
I recently had a cup of coffee at a cafe waiting for a colleague. Next to me in the cafe sat a very well-dressed but unhappy and exhausted man. Slender with a slight belly, he appeared to be in his eighties and had tremendous difficulty breathing. When his newspaper slipped from the table, and I … More The Core Value of Health
More than a few people think that Old Money is all button-down collar oxford shirts, khakis, and investment banking. There is a lot of that, but Old Money also includes some people who don’t exactly fit the country club mold. Take Isaac Burton Tigrett II, for example. Isaac was born in Jackson, Tennessee, scion to … More Old Money Profile: Isaac Tigrett