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Fiscal Fitness Financial Coaching Blog Posts2020-06-10T09:48:54-07:00

How to Budget, Save Money and Pay Down your Debt While Still Living Your Life

Are Your Caretaker Tendencies Sabotaging Your Financial Progress?

May 12th, 2021|Financial Coaching, Goals, Podcast|

How to Tell and What to Do if Helping Others is Hurting You and Your Financial Outlook Caretakers are helpers and natural givers. They are generous people who have a loving and caring spirit. We all have some caretaker tendencies, and that's a beautiful thing. Caretakers make this world a better place.  We appreciate the caretakers and consider this [...]

Planning and Budgeting for a Disney Vacation (Podcast)

May 7th, 2021|Budgeting, Carmen's Corner|

How to Best Plan and Budget for Disney if You Have Kids or are a Kid At Heart Stacy Ellis, Disney travel advisor If you have kids, usually it's not a matter of to Disney or not - it's a matter of when. Whether you've never been to Disney or make it an annual pilgrimage like our [...]

What Bodybuilding Taught Me About Wealth Building (Podcast)

April 14th, 2021|Financial Coaching, Podcast, Strategize|

A podcast episodes about how bodybuilding has changed the way Financial Coach Jill Emanuel thinks about wealth building When it comes to bodybuilding and wealth building there is one thing that seems to be very true: Once you build the foundation, it's pretty easy to maintain. Unfortunately building that strong foundation is what keeps so many of us held [...]

Kids and Money: Teach Money Lessons to Your Kids Whether They’re Toddlers or Teenagers (Podcast)

March 26th, 2021|Carmen's Corner, Podcast|

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast, Episode 116: Teaching Kids about Money, No Matter Their Age In this episode of the Fiscal Fitness Podcast, Coach Jaclyn interviews Coach Jill, who is a mom of two, all about kids and money. They discuss at what age to introduce debit cards, how much you should spend on daycare, and how much allowance you [...]

Parents: The Best Thing You​ Can Give Your Child

March 21st, 2021|Be Inspired, Carmen's Corner|

By: Kelsa Dickey Often times when I meet with a couple or individual and we are going over their budget, we are taking a look at what we can take from one area and give to another. Maybe they want to get out of debt so we’re looking for more money to throw towards the debt. Or they want [...]

Money Lies: “But I don’t Have Time to Budget!”

March 4th, 2021|Learn|

If you've ever told yourself, there's no way I can budget. It would take way too much time, we're here to dispel that myth for you. It's just not true. You do have time to budget. Guaranteed. How are we so confident? We'll let Kelsa explain in less than two minutes: Mic drop. Now get to [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 115: Should Your Money Work Harder For You?

February 5th, 2021|Podcast|

Should Your Money Work Harder For You? Do you ever feel urgency or stress around this idea of "I need to make my money work harder for me!". If so, this one's for YOU! “I want my money to be working for me”. This is something we hear from people who reach out to us all the time. When [...]

Meet the Newest Member of the Fiscal Fitness Team

January 19th, 2021|Learn|

Meet Erica Rivera, Fiscal Fitness' newest team member and our Client Concierge and Executive Assistant. She joined the team at the end of 2020, and we were this excited when she said yes to our offer. (That's her on the left.) We can't wait for you all to get to know Erica a little better. To help with [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 114: Free Download – Track Your Financial Goals in 2021

January 11th, 2021|Podcast|

Do you have big goals for 2021? As we head into the new year, so many of us are setting different goals for the year. We created a free download (click here to download) to support you throughout 2021 so that you can stay present and focused to your goals all year long. In this episode you will learn... [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 113: Wondering What to Do with Your Stimulus Check? Financial Coach Jaclyn Wise weights weighs in.

January 7th, 2021|Podcast|

Just because it’s called a stimulus check does not mean that it is your responsibility to go out and stimulate the economy with it. A big purpose of this stimulus bill was to provide additional financial relief to the American people. So in this episode, I am going to share five things you could do with your stimulus check [...]

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