Series 2 Episode 03 – How to start investing with robo advice

This episode of the podcast is going to be focused specifically around how to get started investing, and in particular, what robo-advice is. I’ve invited Melanie Palmer, CMO at Exo Investing, to talk with us today. I came across Exo Investing recently when they ran a campaign called Embrace Investing, which was really centred on Read more about Series 2 Episode 03 – How to start investing with robo advice[…]

Financial Well-Being with Chris Budd Ovation Finance Wellbeing

12 – Financial Well-Being with Chris Budd

I’m really excited to welcome to final episode of series one of the In Her Financial Shoes podcast a pioneer in the field of financial well-being Chris Budd. We talk about Chris’ own personal journey, and the writing of his book Financial Wellbeing of which he donated all the proceeds to a cancer charity. Chris Read more about 12 – Financial Well-Being with Chris Budd[…]

envelope budgeting system

11 – Implementing the envelope budgeting system with Roxanne Bergman

In this episode of the podcast we’ll be talking about something called the ‘envelope system’. Those of you who follow Dave Ramsay may have heard about the envelope system. Dave Ramsay talks about the idea of drawing money out in cash and keeping it in envelopes to help you to manage specific areas of your Read more about 11 – Implementing the envelope budgeting system with Roxanne Bergman[…]

Conscious philanthropic giving for women, children, and millennials

10 – Conscious Philanthropic giving with Lauren Janus

In this podcast episode we’re discussing philanthropy, and how women and millennials can help to give back. If the idea of using your money to make the world a better place is appealing to you, then you’re going to love this episode. Many women today want their investments to do more than simply offer good Read more about 10 – Conscious Philanthropic giving with Lauren Janus[…]

Tips for saving money on food shopping, budgeting and saving money on your grocery shop with Faith Archer

09 – Tips for saving money on food with Faith Archer

Faith Archer has been writing about money for more than 14 years. Previously Deputy Personal Finance Editor at The Daily Telegraph, she is now an award winning personal finance journalist and money blogger at Much More With Less. Her blog is all about moving to the country, living on less and making the most of Read more about 09 – Tips for saving money on food with Faith Archer[…]

How to save more money every month: Plum VS Cleo

I often get asked the question “How can I save more money every month?” or “What are your top tips for saving?” Obviously, there are several answers to these questions, but recently I tested 2 FREE money apps which I think are great to share with you as ways to help you save more money Read more about How to save more money every month: Plum VS Cleo[…]

How to be More Financially Resilient with a Rainy Day Emergency Fund

05 – Tips on how you can be more financially resilient

It is World Thinking Day tomorrow and this got me thinking about my past and recent experiences with money and how we can be better prepared to deal with life events that just happen unexpectedly. So what exactly is financial resilience? Financial resilience is the ability to withstand life events that impact your income. As Read more about 05 – Tips on how you can be more financially resilient[…]

Women and Money Blog Series – Decluttering Your Wardrobe and Your Finances

Clothes and money are linked more than we think! Organising your wardrobe is almost as daunting a task as organising your finances! It can bring up feelings of fear and anxiety. The key to successful decluttering is to tackle these tasks in bite size chunks. Why Declutter? Decluttering your wardrobe and your money can help Read more about Women and Money Blog Series – Decluttering Your Wardrobe and Your Finances[…]

Women and Money Blog Series - 6 style tips to improve your body confidence and save you money

Women and Money Blog Series – 6 style tips to improve your body confidence and save you money

I have decided to write a blog series focused on women, money and body confidence. As a reformed eating disorder sufferer, image consultant and financial coach, I want to share my knowledge, insight, experience with other women, starting with how wasteful a lack of confidence with our body can have a detrimental impact on our Read more about Women and Money Blog Series – 6 style tips to improve your body confidence and save you money[…]

Budgeting for when you have a variable income

Budgeting When You Have Variable Income

If you want to improve your confidence with money, join The Money Confidence Gap Facebook community. Thank you to Philip Adler from Knapsac for this guest post. This is the second post in our budgeting series, aimed at helping you budget personally and in business. Budgeting when you’re self employed or have a variable income Read more about Budgeting When You Have Variable Income[…]

Focus on Budgeting: FREE money apps to help budgeting seem less daunting

Focus on Budgeting: FREE money apps to help budgeting seem less daunting

  Thank you to Kayla Clough from Ourstart for this guest post. When it comes to budgeting, the task can be daunting for many. When it comes to understanding your financial picture, having a handle of your income and outgoings is one of those necessary exercises. If the thought of pulling out a spreadsheet is not Read more about Focus on Budgeting: FREE money apps to help budgeting seem less daunting[…]