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[Ep. 235] How to Achieve Different Types of Financial Goals with Alyssa Davies

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I know revising or even setting new financial goals may seem like the last thing you want to do right now (I get it, there’s a pandemic going on!), but right now is actually the perfect time to sit down and take a hard look at your finances. If you don’t have a budget, this is the time to make one. And if you do, it’s time to make a new one because you can stop those auto-contributions to your travel fund. To discuss this and her new book The 100 Day Financial Goal Journal I’ve got Alyssa Davies on the show, blogger and YouTuber at Mixed Up Money.

Aside from talking about the importance of having a budget and tracking your spending, we also discuss how to set and plan for different types of financial goals like homeownership and starting a family, and Alyssa shares some tips and techniques to help you get started.

Follow Alyssa Davies

Alyssa Davies is a content specialist for Zolo.ca as well as the founder of the personal finance blog Mixed Up Money, which was named the 2019 Canadian Personal Finance Blog of the year at the Plutus Awards. Her website features content about being a mom, overcoming personal debts, homeownership, and how to get away with affording your ridiculously expensive latte habit. Her new book, The 100 Day Financial Goal Journal, is available for pre-order now online at Amazon, Indigo, and Barnes & Noble.

Disclosure: Nothing on my website or affiliated channels should be considered advice or an endorsement, and some content may include affiliate links in which I may earn a commission at no extra cost to you. Please read my disclaimer to learn more.

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