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Does sitting down to talk finances make you want to run for the hills?
We get it – money is a source of stress for most Americans and especially women.
But the first step in getting better control over our finances is learning how to talk about them, even with ourselves.
In our final installment of Money Mondays, Tori is going over the self-care habit that has changed thousands of lives –– the Money Date.
The Money Date is a tool Tori has been employing for years to evaluate her own finances and make real, actionable changes in her financial game plan. It’s saved her money, sharpened her fiscal skills, and overall made having conversations about money downright fun.
In the episode, Tori walks you step by step through a successful money date, whether solo or with a partner.
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:30 – What self-care is (and what it isn’t)
3:00 – What is the Money Date?
4:35 – What you actually do on your Money Date
8:40 – The second practice on your Money Date
10:37 – Step 3 on your Money Date
11:35 – The ostrich effect, and why you can’t afford to keep your head in the sand with your finances
13:05 – Money Date step 4
13:55 – How to Money Date with a partner