They say a man is not an island, but neither is a woman! However, when it comes to money, many of us feel like we’re stranded all alone on a desert island with no one to talk to.

Talking about money is hard and it’s usually shrouded in fear of how you’ll be judged. You might be judged as wasteful if you earn too much and haven’t got a ton of assets, or lazy and unmotivated if you’re not driven to get a better paying job, or undisciplined if you’ve got a pile of debt. This is unhelpful and unnecessary.

What you need is someone in your corner who will support you through your change in mindset and habits.

You need a support crew or a money cheer squad.

You can do this with your partner or a sibling if you feel that they’ll be supportive and non-judgemental. If not, do an inventory of your friends, your workmates, people from the gym – people from anywhere and see if you can put together a group of likeminded people who you can have a monthly money meeting with.

You don’t have to talk about exact dollars and cents, but you can talk about money management, savings habits, goals achieved – whatever it is that you need to change your habits, celebrate your wins and stay accountable and on track.

This is all about you and doing whatever you need to help you achieve your goals.

Find that cheer squad or money team. Make it happen

It’s your time to go from cash strapped to cashed up.

If you need more support check out my book, Buy That House, How Kickass Women Make it Happen. It is packed full of info to help you with structure and systems. Find out more here.

Or if you feel like you need some more practical support to improve your money management, my Cash Strapped to Cashed Up course is designed for women just like you. The strategies, structure and systems that we cover have worked for me and have worked for hundreds of my clients. Check it out here.

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