JUICY TOPIC ALERT! Today, Tracey and I are talking all about money. It’ s an important topic that we believe often gets overlooked in the health and wellness industry. So get ready for an open, honest, transparent dialogue about a subject that makes most of us uncomfortable.
Tracey and I talk about money in partnerships and what it means to either combine or not combine finances.
We talk about navigating friendships when your income is either significantly higher or lower than the people with whom you are spending your time, particularly when it comes to planning big events likes weddings and other potentially expensive trips.
We also talk about how the attitude your parents had toward money when you were a kid often unconsciously affect your beliefs about money in your own life as an adult.
Tracey and I also discuss the shame we often feel when it comes to our financial situations, why talking about money shouldn’t be taboo, and why women especially need to educate themselves about finances.
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Resources from the episode (and beyond):
The Soul of Money by Lynne Twist
Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms by Amanda Steinberg
You Are a Badass At Making Money by Jen Sincero
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