I’m so thrilled to be part of Kate Northrup’s Money Love Stories project that’s part of the launch of her new book, Money: A Love Story.
The idea is this: Money is a taboo topic and it’s a source of shame and fear for many. I can tell you from personal experience in my house growing up, there were two main conversations about money. The first was that money should be saved and never spent. The second was that money was meant to be spent and not held onto until the day you die. Weird and confusing for a kid my age.
Watch the video below to hear Kate interview me about my own Money Love Story. I hope it inspires you to keep it real about your own relationship with money!
I absolutely love Kate’s approach to money. I gotta say, a lot of the financial experts there put me to sleep, so it’s quite refreshing to be a part of this conversation with Kate.
Money: A Love Story is a uniquely kind and rollicking guide to getting your finances on track. It’s chock full of inspiring stories -including Kate’s own of getting into and out of $20,000 of credit card debt -and 29 eye-and heart-opening exercises.
Whether you want to pay off your debt for good, rake in more income, or forge a lifestyle of true freedom, Money: A Love Story is your road map. True abundance, financial clarity, and a loving relationship with your money (and yourself) are all yours for the having. This book will take your hand and show you exactly how to get there.
P.S. When you order your copy of Money: A Love Story you’ll get free access to an exclusive 2-hour online event called A Course in Having Enough. Kate will be joined by guest experts Marianne Williamson, NY Times bestselling author of A Return to Love, Barbara Stanny, bestselling author of Overcoming Underearning, and Amanda Steinberg, Founder & CEO of DailyWorth.com to teach the course. To order the book and get all the details visit www.moneyalovestory.com.