Old Money: In Their Own Words

OMG and contributor “Mary Louise Case” (not her real name, for those of you who’ve inquired) has more on her mind. Enjoy! The luck of the draw An aspect of Old Money that people often cite with wonder is the ever-present luck which Old Money enjoys. From the outside looking in, it appears there is … More Old Money: In Their Own Words

Old Money: In Their Own Words

One of our long-time readers, “Mary Louise Case”, offers another insightful missive on the importance of reading, thinking, and having something interesting to say. Thank you, MLC. The photo of Quentin Crisp is by Ross Bennett Lewis. Enjoy… Wit: The weapon of weapons Years ago, I watched broadcast of several spliced interviews with Quentin Crisp … More Old Money: In Their Own Words

Telling It Like It Is…Wisely

I received an email the other day. Basically, the issue was this: how do I tell people about my accomplishments without coming across as arrogant, but also without selling myself short? It’s a great question, and a tricky balance, especially for women in the workplace who need to present themselves as qualified and competent, without … More Telling It Like It Is…Wisely

Old Money: In Their Own Words

It was Senior week at my small-city university when I asked a very dashing fellow classmate why he was heading to medical school in the Fall. After all, wasn’t that basically like starting school all over again? We had just finished 4 years as undergraduates! When I pressed him to find if there were any … More Old Money: In Their Own Words

Old Money, New Woman: Now on Audible

I’m pleased to announce the audiobook release of Old Money, New Woman: How To Manage Your Money and Your Life. The production of the audiobook took time: this was the biggest Old Money title thus far and the most linguistically demanding. Medical and scientific terms, as well as a few French phrases, took their toll … More Old Money, New Woman: Now on Audible

The Huffington Post Talks Old Money

Journalist Geoff Williams spoke with a entrepreneurs, psychologists, wealth managers–and me–last week about when (and how) parents should stop giving their children money. His logic in wanting to speak with me was straightforward: Old Money families obviously know something about how to handle this issue, or there wouldn’t be any money left. He had some … More The Huffington Post Talks Old Money

Old Money, New Woman–Now Available At Barnes and Noble!

I wanted to thank you all, again, for your support during the February release of Old Money, New Woman: How To Manage Your Money and Your Life. The book is off to a strong start with great reviews. The promotional campaign is in full swing. I’ve recently returned from the U.S. where I made a … More Old Money, New Woman–Now Available At Barnes and Noble!

Old Money, New Woman, Rare Request

I rarely ask anyone to do me a favor. I try to be as self-sufficient as possible and make my own way in the world. However, I am asking for your assistance today. But first, a note of thanks. Sales for Old Money, New Woman have been excellent, and that’s because of you. I’ve received … More Old Money, New Woman, Rare Request

Old Money, New Woman: Appreciation

Your response to the release of my latest book, “Old Money, New Woman: How To Manage Your Money and Your Life” has been heartwarming and inspiring. Thank you. I hope you all find the book a great read. I’m always honored and often humbled when I receive notes from readers who not only enjoy my … More Old Money, New Woman: Appreciation