If you live paycheck to paycheck…
Have thousands in credit card debt…
Worry about how you’d pay for an emergency…
Feel like you’ll never get ahead, never out-earn your spending…
You are not alone.
And the anxiety that causes can not be exaggerated.
I should know.
I have struggled with financially induced anxiety and mild depression, and for years I thought there was no way out.
I kept trying to budget, but there was always more month than money.
I gave up again and again, turning to credit cards to bridge the gap.
That only perpetuated the cycle, of course.
Until I learned the link between my emotions and my money, I was doomed to fail.
Three years into my journey, I now have a plan for my money and a way to manage my emotions.
It hasn’t been easy, nor has it been a straight path, but I feel more confident about my money management now than ever.
- I have a budget and stick to it…
- I have insurance coverage where it counts…
- I am saving for the future…
- I’m not longer living paycheck to paycheck.
If you’re ready to make a change, I can help.
I’m a certified financial coach and have tools and resources that will empower you to make lasting changes with your finances.
It starts with a good old fashioned budget.
You simply cannot gain control of your finances without this first step.
Budgeting is not about sacrifice. It’s about making decisions.
The sooner you can make better emotional decisions, the sooner you can wave goodbye to money problems.
It’s worth it.