You try and focus on what matters, but it’s hard to do that when what matters to you is always changing.
We are told a pie-chart will bring it all together, or that a stranger will be able to diagnose our “problem”. We’re told money is technical, not emotional—a challenge that requires analysis, not reflection.
We think they're all wrong. They who believe all of life’s quirks can be reduced to just numbers and percentages. They who are blind to the humanity behind our “transactions”.
We imagine a different world. One where our personal choices guide how we spend, both today and tomorrow. Where market value doesn’t equate to personal value. Where eliminating regret is easier than losing out on what matters. A world in which your time and money is always well spent.