Even though it’s about 13 years ago, I remember being stressed at times when planning our wedding. Just like we heard at the top of the show, as soon as you announce your engagement it can feel like you’re being swarmed with questions about the big day. But as much as your loved ones mean […]
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Want to give yourself more options with your money and life? Hilary Hendershott shares the mindset and habits you need to reach financial freedom!
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Freedom Freedom: Mindset & Habits
It’s time for another Q&A where we dig in with an expert to get some insights on improving finances as a couple. We’re wrapping up a fantastic conversation I had with financial advisor and podcast host Hilary Hendershott!
Last week we got into how FOMO can get you to overspend (and how you can fight it). Today Hilary shares her take on:
- the key to opening up options with your finances and life
- what mindset you need for financial freedom and,
- leaving a legacy
Hope you enjoy!
If you want hear more about fighting bad money habits, please check out my interview with NY Times money columnist Carl Richards. We get into creating a one page financial plan as a couple.
Resources for Financial Independence:
Want to learn more? Here are some resources to check out:
- Financial Independence and Parenthood
- Reach Financial Independence on Your Terms
- The Shockingly Simple Math Behind Early Retirement
- Ways We Save Money For Early Retirement
- DIY and the Financially Independent Lifestyle
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