In 2017 my husband and I turned a corner in our emotional maturity. Granted, we have always been “old souls” intellectually. But like everyone else, we have our share of emotional baggage that has, on occasion, driven our consumption decisions. This particular corner came down to not equating stuff with a life of richness.
Do you ever have the feeling that you’re fumbling with your family’s finances?
That you should know what to do Next even though you’re confused about all the advice out there?
Or maybe that your way of managing isn’t the best?
In nearly every conversation I have about money, women are consistently reluctant to say anything.
And with my closest friends, those that won’t shun me forever for being nosy, I’ve learned that it’s usually because they feel self-conscious about the way they manage. They worry that they’re not as savvy as they could be.
They feel pressured to have it all together or all figured out. And they just aren’t there yet.
And there are three very good reasons why women may feel this way.