How are you enjoying the Mama Mindset Series so far?! I hope it’s been enlightening and helped you recognize areas that you can improve or spend time on before Baby makes its arrival!
If you’re new to the podcast, welcome! We’re in the fourth episode of a series dedicated to helping new mamas create a strong mindset before transitioning into motherhood.
If you haven’t already, check out the first episode in the series HERE - it will guide you in laying the proper foundation for understanding the power of a strong mindset.
You can also download the Mama Mindset Workbook to answer questions and prompts related to each episode. I want to give you the chance to put pen to paper and really process this information well!
Our episode today is looking into the financial aspect of motherhood. Let’s face it, some of the biggest stressors on marriages are KIDS and MONEY, so it’s only fair that we address how significantly our finances can impact our mama mindset.
Helping me discuss this topic is Alli Williams, a money coach and the CEO of FinanciALLI Focused, a financial literacy company helping women create a flexible financial plan they can actually stick to, without going insane.
She shares tips to reduce the financial strain of having a baby, gives us a picture of the kinds of things parents can be saving for, ideas on communicating with their partners, and so much more!
Some of my biggest takeaways are:
Don’t let the stress of finances get in the way of enjoying your motherhood experience. If you prepare now, you can ease the burden and get back to being the best version of yourself for your family!
Listen now and be sure to check in with the Mama Mindset Workbook to process your takeaways!
Remember that I’ll be LIVE inside the New Mom Lounge, Friday at 8 AM PST.
Bring your questions and I’ll be there to answer them!
Can’t make it? No problem - just click the link below to leave a comment in the group
and catch the replay! 👇
Alli Williams is a money coach and the CEO of FinanciALLI Focused, a financial literacy company helping women create a flexible financial plan they can actually stick to (no deprivation here). She believes you can pay off debt, save, and spend all at the same time. She has her MBA in Finance and lives in South Carolina with her husband and son.