There is nothing better than having a break away and getting away for a few days. Leaving behind all the chores, taking time out from the business and instead seeing new places – or sometimes returning to our favourites. Taking time out is something we really look forward to.
We know not everything is going to go 100% smoothly, life isn’t going to be perfect. But when you are on holiday/vacation, that is when you are a little more tolerant and make the most of the things that go really well. Continue reading
We know that when we have money worries, they can seem all consuming. If we go to bed worrying about money, when we wake up the next morning and it’s the first thing that pops into our head.
So, it would seem logical that when we’re in this all-consuming money worries state that we find it hard to focus on other things. And more importantly, we find it hard to make sound rational decisions about anything (not just money). Continue reading
“You are screwing with my life!” is not the best way to start any conversation, let alone one about money with your partner.
Unfortunately, that is how a lot of conversations between partners end up, if one is feeling frustrated and angry at the lack of communication about money in the relationship.
“I thought I was doing the right thing by supporting my wife and family so she didn’t have to go to work” is what one husband said after his marriage of 25 years ended. Continue reading
A happy money marriage is a key ingredient to a happy marriage. We all want a live happily ever after with the person of our dreams. The intention is to spend the rest of our lives together. But the sad reality is that 70% – 80% of relationships that break up, blame money.
So, if you want a happy money marriage you need to talk about money and deal with money as a couple.
Here are a few tips for a happy money marriage.
Communicate about money
Welcome to the 4th video in our Q&A series where you get to ask the questions.
Today the two questions are from Susan and Jeff.
Susan asks, – I’ve paid off all my debt, now what?
Jeff asks, – My income keeps going up but I don’t have anything left over and I’m not any happier. What’s going on?
Send us any question you have, nothing is too small and don’t even think about it being silly!
We answer all questions by email, whether we cover them here in this video series or not. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial infidelity tends not to be seen as serious as having an affair. The reality is, it is a major breach of trust and the damage it causes a relationship can have long term consequences. And then there’s the financial fallout to deal with.
Financial infidelity can seem harmless enough, buying something that you really know you shouldn’t and hiding it away. You bring it out saying breezily, “oh, I’ve had this for ages.” Both men and women do this. For many couples, financial infidelity stops there. But for others it can escalate to real financial harm and relationship breakdown. Continue reading
What’s holding you back from achieving your financial dreams – your Financial Freedom? Do you even know? Well, it is time to find out and to do something about it.
What I would like you to do is to write down (has to be on paper, not computer) a list of 20 things that are holding you back from achieving financial freedom.
Once you have done that, take a break, have a coffee/juice/water and walk around the block, or whatever it is you do to clear your head. Then come back and have another look at the list. Continue reading