5 Money Lessons From My Future Self

Statistics say that 80%-90% of women will be managing money on their own at some point in their lives. Have you ever thought: “What are the best money lessons from my future self that I can learn now?”

Whether or not you’ve ever really asked yourself this question, this week’s Vlog is an eye opener. It gives you insights to help you manage your money better.

Now and in the future.

Ladies, it’s important to prepare yourself. Taking care of your money is the ultimate in self-care.

And it will make you feel confident, courageous and empowered with money when you need it most.

5 Money Lessons From My Future Self

In this Vlog I talk about money lessons that your future self wants to you know today:

  1. Get comfortable reading your financial statements
  2. Move out of your comfort zone and learn something new about money
  3. Track your income, expenses and net-worth
  4. Have a money buddy for accountability and fun
  5. Open your own account so you become familiar with managing money on your own

These money lessons can help you grow more confident about managing your finances in a positive way.

So do something today that your future self will thank you for.

RELATED READ: Ladies First and How to Take Care of Your Finances First Ladies

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