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Series 2 Episode 13 – What is the fastest way to build wealth?

Are you feeling stuck? Today I want to focus on helping those of you who may be feeling a little stuck. Those of you who may have followed the podcast series and still be wondering; how do I get started? I am a massive believer in getting your behaviours and habits right first before you Read more about Series 2 Episode 13 – What is the fastest way to build wealth?[…]

Series 2 Episode 06 – How to start investing by setting financial intentions

I’m really excited to introduce Pete Matthew in this week’s episode. Pete and I met at a conference recently, and he gave me some really great advice about the podcast. Pete is a fellow advocate of being intentional with money and setting financial intentions. In Pete’s own words, Pete is a 21 year veteran financial Read more about Series 2 Episode 06 – How to start investing by setting financial intentions[…]

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Mental Health Awareness Week: From Emotional Spender to Savvy Saver

For Mental Health Awareness Week I wanted to share some of my story with you. In part because I believe it’s important to talk about our mental health; it’s something that just still isn’t talked about openly enough, or enough at all. But I also want to share my story as a reminder that no matter how Read more about Mental Health Awareness Week: From Emotional Spender to Savvy Saver[…]

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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[…]

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[…]

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How to create financial goals you can ACTUALLY achieve

Do you wish you were able to create change to your financial situation by implementing realistic financial goals? But perhaps you struggle with where to start and make it meaningful so that you see if through. This blog will provide you with 3 tips and an exercise that you can do to create financial goals Read more about How to create financial goals you can ACTUALLY achieve[…]

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Women And Divorce – What you must include in the financial discussions

7th January 2019 is badged as ‘National Divorce Day’ which is a bit of a myth. For me, at any time, divorce in a woman’s life is about emotional and professional support. This has prompted me to write about what you must include in the financial discussions. Here are my thoughts on how to avoid Read more about Women And Divorce – What you must include in the financial discussions[…]

My Top 15 tips on how to improve your credit score (even if you have a healthy bank balance)

Firstly, why bother? For a lot of people the availability of credit is important. It helps buy homes, buy cars to help your family travel and in lots of cases provide a way to earn money or points whilst spending via credit cards. I’m not advocating having loads of credit but if you need to Read more about My Top 15 tips on how to improve your credit score (even if you have a healthy bank balance)[…]

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[…]

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[…]