Communicating Effectively With Your Partner About Money and Budgeting

How My Husband and I Have Worked Over the Past Two Decades to Get On The Same Page About Our Money And Our Goals Mr. Fiscal Fitness, AKA Michael, and I have been together since college. We went for coffee one Sunday morning during our junior year, and the rest, [...]

Communicating Effectively With Your Partner About Money and Budgeting2022-02-08T13:32:04-07:00

What I Really Think About All Of Those Frivolous Expenses On Your Budget

Why Frivolous Expenses Don't Exist and How My Opinion About How You Spend Your Money Is Irrelevant One of the biggest hesitations clients have when they come to us for financial coaching is judgement. They are afraid we're going to shame them for their past decisions. They think [...]

What I Really Think About All Of Those Frivolous Expenses On Your Budget2022-02-08T13:33:18-07:00

Planning and Budgeting for a Disney Vacation (Podcast)

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 [...]

Planning and Budgeting for a Disney Vacation (Podcast)2021-05-07T07:45:42-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 106: The November FC Beat with Coach Jill and Coach Jaclyn

It’s one of our favorite times of the month! It is time for the November FC Beat. That’s the Financial Coaches Beat, in case you didn’t know, where Jaclyn and Jill are giving you the inside scoop on what’s happening, all things in the Fiscal Fitness world. And of course [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 106: The November FC Beat with Coach Jill and Coach Jaclyn2020-12-24T12:14:41-07:00

5 Signs You’re Doing Better Than You Think When it Comes to Your Money

Don't beat yourself up about your finances. You might be surprised to hear you're doing better than most people - especially if you're doing these five things. We’ve all have those friends or family members...the ones that seem to have it all. They take elaborate vacations every year, their kids [...]

5 Signs You’re Doing Better Than You Think When it Comes to Your Money2021-09-09T10:23:26-07:00

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 96: Cut the Cable Cord and Save Money with Streaming

The average American household spends over $200/month on their cable bill. For most of us, that makes cable our most expensive utility. Learn how to save money with streaming by cutting the cable cord in this episode of the Fiscal Fitness Podcast.   Notes from the episode: Guest expert (and [...]

The Fiscal Fitness Podcast Episode 96: Cut the Cable Cord and Save Money with Streaming2020-07-28T08:15:17-07:00
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