In this episode Sarah and (former co-host) Garrett chat with Allison Kade, the Editorial Director of Fabric, where she’s building a personal finance publication for young families. She’s also written about money in places like Bloomberg, Forbes, Real Simple, and The Today Show. We talk about how her parents taught her how to be responsible with money, which are skills she still uses to this day. We also get into the nitty gritty of her upbringing and how she was prepared to adult with her finances. Allison also shares how those who weren’t taught to be confident around money can become so, even if they don’t know where to start.
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What You Hear in This Episode:
- Allison’s most vivid money lesson growing up
- Why Allison felt super confident when it came time to “adult” with her finances
- What Allison didn’t learn growing up when it came to money
- How much parents can affect their child’s attitudes towards money, even into adulthood
- How Sarah and Garrett’s money stories differ because of their upbringing
- Why it’s important to try and understand where our parents are coming from when it comes to money
- The Ultimate Guide to Money Mindset Mastery
- Values Based Spending Guide
- Estate Planning: A Family Affair
- Understanding Our Unconscious Money Patterns
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