Lifevesting means discovering who you are and what you are capable of. It means investing in yourself and embracing a three-dimensional life without unnecessary clutter. What is a lifevestment? It is anything that brings you happiness and propels you into the future as a stronger person. It means investing your money and your time wisely. It’s moving beyond the information overload of our generation, moving beyond the endless stream of things we know aren’t important to us towards a life that makes us truly happy.

Let’s invest in ourselves!

For more details on Lifevesting’s “birth story” see this post.

Lifevesting Founder: Ashley, 24.

I currently work in the finance industry in Chicago, IL. I own the most wonderful pug named Apollo and have the most amazing boyfriend, Ian. Losing my father to cancer when I was 22 left me lost for a long time. Lifevesting was born from my desire to re-invest in myself and to help others invest in their potential.

All photos on Lifevesting are mine unless otherwise noted. Once upon a time my father and I owned a photography business together so a lot of the images are old fashion shots I did back when I was 18. Please request permission if you would like to use them.

17 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Ashley,
    Thanks for subscribing to my blog. I have read through all your posts and they are great! Good on you for turning your life around after losing your father. Those situation are always tough, but leave us with such valuable lessons.

    I look forward to reading more in the future!

  2. Oh I am so glad you found my blog so I could find yours! I have really been actively trying to boost my positivity, feel better about myself, take more care of myself. Really resonating!

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  4. What a beautiful blog, Ashley. I absolutely love your concept of “lifevesting”, although I’m very sorry to hear about you losing your father. You are doing something great in his honour, though. Thanks for checking out my blog! I will be back to yours. PS I love pugs! 🙂

    • Emily –

      Thank you so much! I absolutely adore your blog as well and I am so happy you were given your awards! I have such a deep respect for your work and I absolutely think you deserve both!

    • What a compliment, considering the high respect and admiration I have for your blog. I feel like in this day and age, people don’t spend enough time considering what image they put out to the world and I think your blog does a fantastic job of addressing a forgotten issue. Thank you so much for your support and also for the fabulous content you put out as well!

  5. To draw positives from a loss and get inspired to achieve something is quiet a remarkable feat. Very interesting concept. Looking forward to your posts for a wealthier future.

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