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The emotional side of money

There are psychological and behavioural drivers that play a huge role in our overall financial wellbeing and they have very close links to our mental health, our sense of self-worth and our deep-seeded money story.


Savvy Mumma Podcast Renae Vercoe


Welcome back to the Savvy Mumma podcast, starting a money conversation relevant for Mums who are busy juggling life, careers and households. Our relationship with money is often complex and to have a great relationship with it and a sense of success with it, we need to focus on more than just the practical side of managing it.


There are psychological and behavioural drivers that play a huge role in our overall financial wellbeing and they have very close links to our mental health, our sense of self-worth and our deep-seeded money story.


We cover some big themes in this episode and explore why knowing something and doing something are worlds apart, how to put the brakes on self-sabotage, why we fall into traps such as ‘retail therapy’, how to tame our inner critic and very importantly how to adopt good habits that stick.


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