82: Budgeting 2.0

The Wealthy Mom MD Podcast with Dr. Bonnie Koo | Budgeting 2.0In this installment of our mini-series all about spending, we’re discussing budgeting – or spending plans, as I prefer to call them. Creating a spending plan is one thing, but executing it is another thing altogether. But don’t worry because I’m showing you how to do both in this episode.

I know budgeting never feels luxurious, but it’s an incredibly important step when you’re in the building phase of wealth.

This is actually a replay of episode 26 of the podcast, all about how I create my own spending plans and how I teach them inside my program. And since this episode came out over a year ago, I’m sharing what I’ve learned since about why we feel resistance to doing the uncomfortable things that make our lives easier in the long run.

I’m running a live workshop on Sunday, November 7th called How to Stop Overspending Without Feeling Deprived. We’re expanding upon what I’ve been discussing over the past few episodes, and there will be a Q&A. So if you want to stop overspending, click here to save your spot!

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What You'll Learn from this Episode:

  • Why we feel so much resistance to the idea of creating a spending plan.
  • My philosophy when it comes to paying yourself first.
  • Why managing your cash flow properly is critical when it comes to building wealth.
  • How not being clear on exactly where your cash is going is only adding to your anxiety around money.
  • 4 simple steps for analyzing your cash flow and implementing a spending plan that aligns with your long-term money goals.

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