If you need support and some structure with saving money then read on…
My friends made me realize that what we may find so natural and easy for ourselves, others may find challenging, and so I have been inspired and encouraged to offer a ‘Money Saving Course’ to support others with their savings journey.
From a very young age I have always been naturally good at saving money. At age 14 whilst still at school my dad got me a part-time job at the local chicken shop and this was the beginning of me starting to save money. As a teenager I loved buying clothes, which I did, but I also loved watching my bank account grow over the years. I had no particular goal of what I was going to do with it, but I had a natural steady consistency and discipline, and by the age of 19 when I left home to move to the big city of Melbourne I had saved a whopping $10,000. That was 32 years ago, and even though at the time I didn’t think it was such a big deal, I can really appreciate today the enormity of that for a young teenager.
Last year I bought a house in Melbourne and some friends asked me how long it took me to save for the house deposit. I hadn’t thought much about this as saving money was a solid ritual I just did naturally in the background. When I went home to actually work out how long, I was surprised at the short space of time, as I had saved $150,000 in only 7 years and on an average income! That’s about $400/wk savings whilst also paying over $400/wk on a house rental during that period! Not bad for a single woman who doesn’t hold back spending money travelling and pampering herself.
Whilst I may have a business and counselling qualification, it is life that has taught me the most valuable lessons about purposefully saving money. And now I want to share my wisdom and lived experience with others.
This course is suitable for anyone whether or not you earn a little or a lot of money. It may surprise some of you, but earning more money does not necessarily mean more savings. And this is not about adopting a frugal mentality in order to save.
The course will be online, so doesn’t matter where in the world you are. I will simply…
So if this is something that interests you or you feel the pull to join click on the link below to book in…
Really looking forward to sharing and supporting you on this journey.
'With consistency and purpose, saving money can be easy’
DATES: 17, 24, 31 January & 7 February
TIME: Fridays, 6-7am (Melbourne time-zone)
WHERE: Online via Zoom (recordings available for those that miss any group sessions)
Singles: $150 (includes 1 x private session, 4 x group sessions & budget templates)
Couples A: $220 (includes 1 x private session together, 4 x group sessions & budget templates)
Couples B: $300 (includes 1 x private session each, 4 x group sessions & budget templates)
If you would like to explore this process in a private session format