55. Two Working Moms Talk Finance
Since finances are one of life’s major stressors and a common reason for arguments in a marriage, then who better to talk to about juggling finances in the real world than two working moms and entrepreneurs. Amanda Kessler and Lara Ford are on a mission to help other women achieve financial success and independence. They made it to their 40s and didn’t have a clue regarding finances, until a few key conversations with friends changed the trajectories of their financial lives.
Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:30] How did Amanda and Lara take control of their finances
- [06:15] How did the best friend podcast come to life
- [09:40] If money doesn’t buy happiness what does
- [11:30] The 90 day no spend
- [17:30] How to start talking about finances with your partner
- [22:48] Have Amanda and Lara seen a change in their kids and the way they talk about finances
- [27:15] Can people become too restrictive with their finances
- [31:00] Having a plan is the first step to handling your finances
- [33:00] Laura’s and Amanda’s parting words
Resources talked about in this episode
Guest podcast – Best Friends Finance
Guest website – https://bestfriendsfinance.com/
Guest social media – Instagram
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