JOIN CO-HOSTS KIA MCCALLISTER-YOUNG AND AMANDA WOODS
As they take you on the journey of becoming a more informed, empowered saver who can make the best financial decisions for you and your loved ones based on your unique situation.
IN THIS EPISODE:
How your experiences influence how you feel about personal finance
How to identify your emotions about money, and how to move through those emotions in a healthy way
How to break unhealthy cycles around money so that you can save
“Finances are a deeply emotional experience…. By sitting with these emotions, you’ll be able to see where some of your money blocks are and how you get into certain cycles.”
In this episode, we focus on how different life experiences affect the way that we feel about money, and how those feelings influence our saving habits.
Many life experiences contribute to how we feel about money, and as a result how we talk about money. For example, our experiences with our families or employers may dictate how we think we can talk about money.
However, not talking about money can be as hard as talking openly about it.
Join us as we discuss the many facets of emotions that people have when it comes to money and how we can cope with these emotions. When we cope with our emotions, we can consciously move forward in your savings journey.
Take some time to identify what your emotions are around money. Whatever the emotions, make space for them and acknowledge what they’re telling you. Take time to learn from them, and decide which ones to let go as you move forward in your savings journey.