Half Yearly Money Check-In

How are you getting on with managing your money at the moment? Sticking to money resolutions can be tricky, but with the right strategies, it is possible to achieve your financial goals. Make sure you set realistic and achievable goals. Try to break down any larger goals into smaller manageable steps. Don’t just say that you want to “save money”, make it tangible by setting a specific amount. You can then make a plan to achieve this. At this stage, I would say that if you aren’t already recording your monthly spending, grab a notebook now and write down all of your income and expenses for a month. Can you identify what your spending habits are? Can you see ways in which you could cut back and save that money instead? For example, instead of buying lunch or eating out, try taking lunch or cooking at home instead. Keeping a record of spending and saving will help you stay on track and only make adjustments when necessary. I’ve found that people are more successful at achieving thei

Why should I engage with a Money Coach?

A Money Coach can be a great asset to help you take control of your finances. It can be difficult to take control of your financial future and so we are here to give you guidance, support, and accountability to help you reach your financial goals. A money coach can help you create a budget, develop a plan to manage your money, and help with savings and investments. It's not an advisory role in the sense of a traditional financial adviser. Neither is it a counselling role. As a coach, we ask questions relating to where clients' attitude towards money comes from and experience, and the focus is on the here and now and the future.  A money coach can help you make better financial decisions and create a secure financial future. Paying for a money coach is worth the investment as it can help you save money in the long term and provide you with the knowledge and skills to manage your finances better. Please note that we cannot recommend or sell financial products for financial gain.

How I became a Money Coach

Starting in project management in the events industry was a great way to gain valuable experience in the world of business. I was able to learn how to manage projects, budgets, and timelines, as well as how to work with clients to ensure their satisfaction. This experience gave me a great foundation for the next step in my career. I began to share the knowledge I had gained with my friends and family, giving them money-saving tips and advice. I found this to be incredibly rewarding, as I was able to help those I cared about make better financial decisions.  Having completed my training with Wise Monkey Financial Coaching , I am now a Financial Coach Practioner.  I have now decided to take the leap and start my own business. I combine my experience in project management and my training as a money coach to provide clients with solution-based coaching. If you or you know someone who could benefit from a free 20-minute chat to so if solution-based financial coaching is for you, please emai