If you've ever tried to create a budget you know how frustrating it can be.
If you've ever tried to STICK to a budget...well, that's next level frustration.
As a self-proclaimed money nerd who works with hundreds of people, I understand that creating a budget is MUCH more than just plugging in numbers and saying, "yep- I think that will work."
Stop shooting in the dark and start building up a money plan that works for your life.
This is not some cookie cutter budgeting program, although I do provide you with the templates you need.
This course is designed to get you a money plan that fits your financial life and helps you acheive your financial goals all at the same time.
What is values based budgeting?
It's simply looking at what matters most to you and reallocating your money so you can spend of that stuff.
When you spend money on what you truly care about, you will find happiness with your financial life and overall life satisfaction.
The biggest reason you have a financial life you aren't proud of it because you aren't spending money on what you value.
Plain and simple.
Sounds too good to be true? Well, it's not!
After going through this course (and taking action of course), you will walk away with:
Your friends will be jealous of your discipline, commitment, + positive attitude with your money! :)
What Stage Are You In?
After coaching hundreds of women with their finances, I've discovered that traditional finance advice just isn't working. We need to rethink how we approach money.
Instead of looking at your finances as a "7 step" cookie cutter process, start to think about what stage in life you're in and put together a plan to help you get through the stages of your life.
See, this is why most financial plans don't work. They aren't speaking to your emotions, situations and providing the guidance needed for each stage in your life.
Maybe some of these sound familiar to you...
"I should have $1,000 in my starter oh sh*t fund, but I don't know why."
Throughout my courses, I explain why there are certain metrics to hit before moving on to the next stage in your financial life. You'll walk away with a solid understanding of what metrics you should hit for your own stage in life.
"Can I just worry about my finances when I have more money?"
Sadly no. Life is unkind to those who ignore their finances. It may get you by for a little while, but eventually, it will come back to bite you.
"I've tried to budget and it doesn't work."
I understand the feelings behind this, but budgeting works if you set it up correctly and take the time to work through growing pains. It's definitely possible to live a rich and fulfilled life IF you are spending money on things that matter most to you.
Chief Money Nerd and girlboss at WhitneyHansen.com.
After paying off $30K in 10 months, I began working with people on creating their own financial plan. I've got my bachelors in accounting and my masters in business, and mentor other entrepreneurs on starting their own business with as little resources as possible (lean startup methodology baby)!