Kids! What’s the matter with kids these days, bom bom bom. Just kidding - listen to learn about financial planning when it comes to having children.Read More
The US Federal Reserve just lowered interest rates - what does that mean for you and your finances?
Well, frankly nothing! The geo-political universe is completely beyond our control! In this podcast we discuss the famous Businessweek article “The Death of Equities”. 40 years ago, they said equities would die a brilliant death, yet here we are - stock market is still here. I guess some things live in perpetuity. Plus! I also talk about Daniel Tiger - because I’m a mom!Read More
1. How to cut out mindless spending - if you don't like the results of your mindless spending
2. How to solve a financial crisis and learn to communicate better with your spouse
3. How to think about retirement savings
4. How to set goals that will actually help you get somewhereRead More
My childhood best friend’s mother passed away recently. It really makes you think about what is important in this lifetime. I hope you can find that, too. Spend on the people you love. Not just money, but your time, your energy, your presence. Decide who you want to be in this lifetime and go out and be that person!Read More
Why is it so hard to follow advice, even when we want to make changes in our lives?
Generally - it’s because we don’t necessarily agree with the advice, even if it’s not something we’re admitting. Sometimes, it’s also just too hard for us to be compliant.Read More
We can have anything we want but not everything we want, no matter how much money we have.
We tend to spend our money how we spend our time
Forming good habits early is best because otherwise you will always find something to spend your money on, even if it doesn't enhance your life
Don't count your chickens before they hatch? Yup - we cover the story about the milkmaid and her pail.
Count some chickens - it's ok! Just don't spend them, or have your head so far in the clouds that you can't make it happen.
This episode covers why dreaming a little is actually good for you!Read More
Q1: Why don't we teach kids personal finance in school?
Q2: How to manage cash flows when both members of the household are small business owners
Q3: How to know when it's the right time to save for retirement as a business owner
Q4: What is an appropriate amount to spend on a wedding?