I don’t want to spend the money even though I will eventually have to. This has me wondering how I can handle times like this in a more planful and thoughtful way that doesn’t make me tense up and super anxious all month long.
We will be partnering with Jen to offer a few of her workshops for the women in our Better Together community but I also wanted to ask her a few questions so that you could get a feel for who Jen is and the incredible work that she does.
This included drafting and signing a Will, Power of Attorneyand a Health Care Directive. Most people I know shudder when they hear these words, so let me try to explain them in a way that will help you better understand their importance and significance.
May has me thinking about wedding season! While I am no longer in the stage of life when we have a wedding every other weekend, I can remember that time so well and all of the financial stress that came along with it.
Last night we had the gift of joining a group of women for a show called Listen To You Mother.
We talked to the women in our office and asked them to share a bit about what it was like to host the first event in their 2018 Women's Series. Here's what they said:
I wanted to take a few minutes of your time to talk about the experience my husband and I recently went through as we worked through some personal financial strategy.
There are few topics women are hesitant to discuss with each other – even with complete strangers! Let’s face it, within 5 minutes of meeting someone new, we could easily be sharing stories about our marriage, birthing details or best practices for organizing our homes and closets. But what about finances?