• LIVE DATE PASSED: Replay available for purchase until Feb 29. When you learn to spend money, you learn to save money. Spending and saving are two sides of the same coin (pun intended), so join me for this month’s community masterclass where I’ll take you deep into the fine art of mindful spending, and teach you some fun techniques to manage your spending and free up money for your bigger goals. Price: Pay what you can. This is February's monthly community masterclass – get access (+ the recording) in exchange for a contribution to the running of The Broke Generation. If you're tight for cash but want to learn, pay as little as $5AUD. If you love my work, you can make a larger contribution to help keep us chugging along. What we'll cover
    • The relationship between spending and saving
    • Why learning to spend is the key to learning to save
    • Mindful spending techniques to help you make better decisions
    • The process we go through when we spend money
    • 5 fun strategies to help make spending and saving WAY MORE FUN! (no boring excel budget required!)
  • LIVE CLASS NOW PASSED. Recording available for purchase until 31 January. (You will be provided with the recording link on your confirmation page upon checkout) In 2023, I didn't buy clothes for one whole year, and it was incredibly empowering for both my finances and my happiness. Join me in this Pay What You Can community class to explore ways to change your relationship with clothing consumption and get answers to your questions to help you on your own journey. Price: Pay what you can. This is January's monthly community masterclass – get access (+ the recording) in exchange for a contribution to the running of The Broke Generation. What we'll cover
    • Your relationship with clothing spending and what's motivating you to keep buying
    • The cycles of behaviour you might be stuck in
    • How I survived a full year without buying clothing and the tools I used to succeed
    • How to take steps to reduce your clothing spending
    • Reflections on your past purchases
    • Q&A to answer your burning questions
    Please have an item of clothing that you regret purchasing to hand on the night. It'll be helpful during our reflective exercise.
  • It's here! The Feel Good Finance Guide is an 86-page handbook, designed to get you feeling good about money on your own terms. Lots of finance and budgeting guides start with the numbers – put this much in this account and that much in that account. The Feel Good Finance guide is different. Across 8 chapters, we'll unpack what's going on behind your bank balance, and create a strong and emotionally safe foundation upon which to build a feel good financial ecosystem, that empowers you to manage your money YOUR way. This eBook will:
    • give you the understanding and self-awareness you need to build a positive relationship with money
    • show you how to get more emotional value out of your money
    • unpack your financial values and why they matter
    • put you in control of how you feel about money
    • reframe the way you see money management
    • give you a holistic framework from which to build your own version of financial confidence
    • help you build a feel-good financial ecosystem that's designed for YOU
    This guide will become your feel good financial playbook to refer back to time and time again, and help shape your very own financially confident future. It'll help you shake off spending habits that have been holding you back for so long, finally feel good about money, and discover that financial confidence is well within your reach, AND it can be fun... who knew?! **please read the purchase information below for instructions on accessing your files**
    • 252 pages total
    • 52 weekly four-page spreads of my signature spending review framework
    • 12 spreads of reflective journal prompts
    • Plenty of space for additional notes, thoughts or and jottings
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  • LIVE DATES PASSED. RECORDINGS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FOR SELF-PACED COMPLETION.  Upon checkout, recording links to both sessions will be provided. Note that the format of part two is slightly different, as due to sickness it wasn't delivered live.  Two part workshop series unpacking your money stuff from 2023, and setting goals and action plans for 2024. In part one, we'll go through a guided money reflection exercise to look back on what 2023 has held for you and your finances, and extract strategic goals to focus on for 2024. There will be optional homework tasks to give you more clarity on the specifics of your own numbers. In part two, we'll revisit the goals we extracted and ground them down into specific habits and behaviours, and set up a 6 week sprint to help you hit the ground running. This is for you if:
    • you often find yourself loosely setting a goal without any structure, strategy, or consideration for other factors that impact it
    • your money vibe for 2024 feels a bit overwhelming and you're not quite sure where to start
    • you kinda know what you need to do but you're not quite sure how to make yourself do it
    • you dig personal development and you're curious how it can be applied to our finances
    • you want to go into 2024 with a clear and informed direction to guide you
    • you hate the hustle nature of new year goal setting and want something that has all the feel good vibes of a fresh start without the restriction, pressure and punishment.
    • Opening ceremony + masterclass via Zoom on Wednesday 31st Jan (live date now passed – if you're joining us late no stress, the replay is ready and waiting for you!)
    • Closing ceremony via Zoom on Thursday 29 Feb
    PLUS a raft of community events throughout the month:
    • Spending habits masterclasses
    • Guided goal setting
    • Styling masterclass with award winning stylist Maddy Forster
    • Stylist Q&A session
    The challenge will operate from inside the dedicated Facebook group, where you'll find links to all events, daily outfit photo threads and discussions, and mini reflections throughout the month. Link to join the Facebook group will be emailed to you ahead of challenge kick off. The aim of the wardrobe pause is for you to circuit break your clothing consumption habits. For this reason, we recommend committing to a 'no buy' on clothing for the duration of the challenge. However, this is a shame and guilt free zone. If you'd prefer to do a low buy or tweak the rules to suit you, that's totally fine. No judgement here.


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