If I take myself back to the core habits that are the foundation of the financial systems and structures I have set up to build stability and resilience around money, here are the top three. Have a question you want answered on the podcast? Email Eowyn your Q in text or audio form: email@example.com I can’t wait to hear from…
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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.
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When I first started budgeting, I made the critical decision to only budget for money I already had in the bank. This choice gave me peaceful sleep to rival CBD oil, and the confidence to move forward without fear of desperate Discover card swiping. But to only budget money I already had – what with not having a handy investor…
In the context of our business, sinking funds are huge for us self-employed types. We’re running our businesses on our own, without partners or investors, and with variable – often unknown – income. It’s just us in here, making the dough. And we need all the buttery and yeasty advantages we can get.