Eric shares his transition from full-time freelancing to adding in employment, and what led him to make the change, the challenges of student loan debt, and his epic quest to win an apartment lease through the NYC affordable housing lottery.
Have you been thinking that budgeting is difficult, restrictive, and involves a heck load of discipline? Then this is the episode for you. In fact, using a budget can be easy, painless, and it’s the best way to grow financial stability and freedom. I’m going to share with you how that’s the case in the next few solo episodes.
Today, KJ and I jump into the deep end together, talking about the consciousness and presence required to change longtime patterns of avoidance around money. What does it take to stay present with yourself, your emotions, and to face your money monsters? Because facing those fears, resistances, and avoidances is 100% necessary to changing how you handle your money. And those moments of presence and honesty are essential to building financial stability.
Today we’re getting into planning our year ahead, but in a particular way. We’re planning from a place of loving and accepting ourselves as we are, and building a vision of what we want to do, to create, to evolve, from there. Also, special Jan 2021 offer alert!
Take an easy, friendly look back at a hard year, gather the financial clues, and gain insight to take with you into the new year ❤️
What’s it like to go from struggling on your own with no child support, to financial stability? Today creative design agency owner Cris Greer talks about her journey from being a single mom to her current success, and all the money steps in between.
What do we even google when we want to start investing? If you’re self-employed, what’s the best way to get going? Today I give you the structure and framework you need to get started with retirement investing when you’re a self-employed creative, so you can make empowered decisions and do effective financial research for yourself. I’m also going to talk some about mugs 🙂
CPA Melissa and I talk all about her wild ride with personal finance, the strong emotional side of money, and the three key financial reports that lead us towards success in our businesses.
How do we navigate pressures to spend, or to spend in a perfect way, during these emotionally trying times of year?
Chronic illness, health insurance, our unique qualities, navigating our daily and weekly energy levels when we are self-employed creatives, Human Design Tarot, divesting from certain stocks, beginning investing, and more with the writer and creative powerhouse Clare Marie Edgeman