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This week on the Creatives Do Money Podcast, Episode #21
Welcome to Creatives Do Money! Each week we explore the topics of everyday money management, solo business ownership, and how we are fueling our creative futures. I’m your host, Eowyn Levene, money coach, massage therapist, and watermelon enthusiast. And I’m on a mission to help you build the lasting financial stability that frees you up to do your work without hustling anxiously for the next dollar.
Today we’re talking budgeting and common misconceptions about using a budget. Talking about how it’s way more doable than you might think, how using a budget can make ALL the difference, that it’s not restrictive in the way you might imagine.
In this episode
“your budget is your organized calendar and to do list – aka your planner – for your money.”Eowyn Levene, Creatives Do Money Podcast, Episode 21
- The common thoughts that healers and creatives often have about budgeting
- How we can reframe how we think about learning to budget
- What approach will help us sit down and actually start budgeting
- Is the work to use a budget worth it? And yes, it takes some work initially
- And…but what if I’m bad at math?
“So if you thought that budgeting could be quick, easy and painless once you put some work into learn it, would you do it?”Eowyn Levene, Creatives Do Money Podcast, Episode 21
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