Money Musings

Articles to help people understand and solve the common problems associated with money choices, patterns and the day-to-day management of money issues.

Please note: All information provided is educational training to improve your relationship with money, and is not financial advice. Examples are not typical and results will vary from client to client.

Stay in Your Lane

It's Friday, so for our Money Date I usually like to offer a suggestion to help you strengthen your money muscle, however today I wanted to share with you an experience I personally had, when

Connecting With Your Future You

If you could jump ahead in time and connect with your future self, what would she say to you? Is she proud that you created the beautiful life around you once you stepped into your

Overcoming Money Blocks

One of the key areas we focus on when looking at your behaviours around money, is overcoming Money Blocks. A Money Block is a thought or belief that holds you back from achieving your money

Wealthy Life Envisioning

It's Money Date time! This week we are talking about Envisioning your Wealthy Life. What’s this, I hear you ask? It’s that vision of the big beautiful life you desire for yourself. The one that

Start Talking to Yourself, I Promise You’ll Love It!

Have you heard the phrase “The answer is within you”? We often look outside ourselves, reading books or perhaps following the latest personal development or career experts to give us the secret ingredient to turning

Is Your Money In Bed With You?

Are you in a long term committed relationship where you share every aspect of your life together? Is your money in that relationship too? I'm not talking about sharing everything equally despite who earns it,

How To Tackle Your Spouse’s Overspending

If one too many surprising holiday credit card charges has you sweating, it’s time for a chat with your spouse. Beware: As Deborah Price, author of The Heart of Money: A Couple’s Guide to Creating

When Investing in Yourself is Better than Bricks and Mortar

When you think about investing to acquire wealth for your future what comes to mind? Shares? Property? Managed funds? Fixed term deposit? Perhaps superannuation? What if investing in YOURSELF can have a bigger impact that all of the above?

Are You Cheating On Your Spouse — Financially?

“Yes, I paid that bill.” There are two primary reasons why people hide money moves from their significant other. Number one: “You might feel controlled by your partner, so you act out as a form

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