This week on Words and Money I’m talking to Sarah Li Cain, a teacher currently located in China, turned freelance writer and personal finance blogger. Sarah writes over athighfivingdollars.com and shares her stories about personal finance, but dives deeper into the psychology and meaning behind why we spend our money, how we can feel good about our money decisions, and love our money like we mean it.
Sarah's "Money Story"
Dealing with resentment and shame when paying off debt she racked up with an ex-boyfriend
Why Sarah treats her money like her best friend
Sarah introduces HighFivingDollars.com and shares what she's observed with other's money spending decisions.
Sarah helps us learn how to celebrate our money choices...
Hilary Hendershott is a Certified Financial Planner focused on financial coaching, money mindset tools, and wealth management for women. She is also the host of the new podcast, Profit Boss Radio, a show highlighting inspiring women who have created success in their financial and professional lives.
Jessica Moorhouse is a fellow personal finance podcaster on the Mo’Money Podcast, seasoned blogger at JessicaMoorhouse.com, and new internet friend of mine. Jessica writes about saving money, frugal living, and integrating more balance into our lives. In this episode we discuss so much from the difference between American and Canadian finance, saving and preparing for the cost of your wedding, (that one thing we tend to underestimate our entire lives) and side hustles - why you should do one and how to find them. Jessica is an open book. She’s so honest in her answers and truly is your best girlfriend that will talk openly to you about money.
Brittney Castro is the Founder and CEO of Financially Wise Women, a Los Angeles-based fee-only financial planning firm for entrepreneurial and professional women. As a certified financial planner, Brittney has expertise in helping women learn how to build wealth. I took advantage of Brittney’s expertise in this episode and we dove into investing and understanding compound interest.