How to Budget


 
 
 

You might also like...

 

I'VE BEEN FEATURED IN...

Girl on FIRE Podcast

with Priya Karan

Blog Posts

Learn how to start budgeting

Here's what you'll learn...

Shop spreadsheets & workbooks

Show Notes 🎙 It’s super important to pay off your high interest debt before you start investing and then continue paying off your debt while you’re investing. But paying off debt isn’t easy. And the longer it takes, the more returns you sacrifice in the market. But there is hope! This episode goes through some successful strategies you can use to pay off your debt smarter and faster so that you can start investing sooner and watch your money grow. But what are those strategies, and how do they work? 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: Why making only the

Read More

Show notes 🎙 Budgeting may be the foundation you need to start investing and building real, lasting wealth. But it’s often seen as a chore that no one wants to spend time on. It’s easy to keep making excuses and believing the myths that tell you budgeting isn’t going to work for you. But those myths are keeping you broke, keeping you miserable and stopping you from building the life of your dreams. It’s time to bust those myths and stop making excuses. 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: The #1 excuse I hear about why people don’t like budgeting

Read More

Show notes🎙 Popular advice will tell you to pay off your debt first before you start investing. But following that advice means that you could be leaving tens of thousands of dollars on the table when it comes time to retire. It’s important to set a solid financial foundation before you start investing. You need to learn how to manage the money you already have before you start making more. But that doesn’t mean you need to follow outdated and unhelpful (and often expensive) advice. But then, what comes first? 🤔This episode discusses topics like:What your #1 financial priority needs

Read More

Show notes🎙 Credit cards aren’t as evil as some financial experts would have you believe. When used responsibly, they’re a great tool to help you make the most out of your money and offer great benefits like points and travel hacking. But how do you use a credit card properly and responsibly without accumulating debt? 🤔This episode discusses topics like:When it’s okay to use a credit card in emergencies;What banks and card providers don’t want you to know about your credit card debt; andHow to use a credit card without going into debt. Links from this episode:Paycheck Budget workbookFree 7-day online

Read More

Show notes 🎙 One of the most important aspects of building wealth is earning enough income to cover your expenses, enjoy your life in the present and invest for financial independence. And in order to do that, you need to get paid what you deserve. That’s why this week, we’re discussing how to ask your boss for a raise. It’s about maximising the income you already work before adding additional streams of income. It’s not always an easy conversation to have, so how do you ask? 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: How to prove to your boss that you

Read More

Show notes 🎙 In the final episode of my 3-part deep dive series, we’re talking about my favourite budgeting method — budget by paycheck. It’s the method that I personally used to grow my net worth to 6-figures by the time I was 23. Not only that, but it’s the only budget method I recommend if you’re paid multiple times per month, earning an irregular income or trying to break free from the paycheck to paycheck cycle. Are you ready for it? 🤔 This episode discusses topics like: Why the paycheck budget is the best method for breaking the cycle

Read More

My mission


When a woman is in control of her money, she's in control of her life. She has the power to change her  life and live on her terms. She has the power to change the lives of those she loves and those around her. And, she has the power to make a difference and change the world. That's why I'm a firm believer that financial empowerment and education should be available to all women. Let's close the gender wealth gap, one woman at a time. So that you can live the life you were meant to live.

professional tools

I'm not just someone who plays with spreadsheets. I'm a Chartered Accountant and an Analyst with years of education and experience in finance. I believe in being the best at what I do, so that I can make the best  products for my customers.

eco-friendly

You can go 100% digital with my products and save some trees. Or, if you prefer to print on demand, you won't be paying for packaging or shipping which reduces your carbon footprint.

quality tested

All the financial tools I've designed have come from personal necessity. That means I've road-tested each of them in my own life, so I know how life changing they are.

great value for money

I'm a firm believer that women everywhere deserve to be financially empowered. You don't have to be wealthy to have access to financial education and the right tools. 

>