002 £800 a month for the things you love on a teaching salary

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002 £800 a month for the things you love

You might think that you are good with money and that you have enough but your outlook about money, your values, and what's important in your life changes through the years.

In this episode of Your Money Sorted Teachers' Podcast, I'll be sharing my own personal experience on incidental spending and why I believe that unpromoted teachers should have around £800 each month to spend on the things that matter to them most.

 

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Highlights

(01:26): "I've always been fairly good with my money." 

(02:13): How motherhood changed my attitude towards money

(03:22): Spending money on the wrong things

(02:21): Becoming more mindful of my spending

(06:11): The Money Makeover Challenge

(07:38): Look at the things that do matter to you

(08:30): "Your spending plan gives you a massive choice."

(09:20): The 50, 30, 20% Budget

 

What now?

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Hi, I’m Eileen Adamson, teacher, money coach and co-host of BBC podcast Clever About Cash.  I help female teachers to become happier, healthier and wealthier.

The Money Cafe - find out how you can provide amazing experiences for your children, feel financially secure and retire early from teaching, while still having enough money to enjoy life right now! 

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