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The Emotional Side Of Money

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Let's start the money conversation, one that is relevant for Mums juggling life, careers, finances, households..not to mention the all important role  
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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.


Host: Renae Vercoe

Producer: Rachael Hart



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Jane Monica-Jones

Jane Monica-Jones is Australia's leading Financial Therapist. She is a pioneer in the study of the psychological and behavioural management issues of us and money. Through her work Jane supports and repairs many of the maladaptive practice we have with finances, such as being unable to save or budget, gambling, overt financial risk, retail therapy, overspending and underearning.

In 2019 she released her latest book The Billionaire Buddha, which is a step-by-step guide to profoundly understanding our unique relationship with money.   

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Savvy Mumma exists purely for educational purposes and the discussions we share are general in nature and do not consider your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. Therefore before acting on this information, consider its appropriateness and seek independent financial advice before committing to any personal investment.  Money Mode Advice Pty Ltd (ABN 29 627 492 791) is a corporate authorised representative, and Renae Vercoe is an authorised representative, of First Financial Pty Ltd (AFSL 481098, ABN 15 167 177 817).

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