Why is our relationship with money so complicated?
Financial insecurity creates anxiety. The best way to fight that anxiety? Become more confident in your money knowledge.
She wrote the book she says she wishes she had as a young adult struggling to manage a personal budget. That says a lot considering she majored in finance and worked as an investment banker! A career change led to a pay decrease and Ashley quickly found herself living beyond her means.
Sound familiar? People of all ages are struggling with mounting debt and inflation.
She challenged herself to get a better grasp on her finances and started blogging about everything from 401(k) accounts to buying a house. That website, The Fiscal Femme, launched a career as a money coach, speaker and author of "The 30-Day Money Cleanse."
Financial adulting challenges readers to learn about everything from 401(k) accounts to buying a house in simple and often humorous ways. You'll learn about how insurance works and what kinds are important at different stages of life. And, you'll see how re-branding common financial terms like "saving" to "investing" is a useful way to change a money mindset.
And, Fitz and Ashley get into the challenges of teaching money values to kids in our increasingly cash-free society.
On this Dying to Ask:
- Why you should throw yourself a money party
- The power of using the word "investing" instead of "saving"
- And three changes you can make today to change your money mindset