[Ep. 291] Why Budgeting Is a Form of Self-Care with Allison Baggerly

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Today is the penultimate episode of season 12 of the More Money Podcast, can you believe it? In today’s episode, I’m joined by Allison Baggerly from Inspired Budget to discuss all things budgeting. Allison is a blogger, influencer, podcast host, and the founder of Inspired Budget blog and now podcast!

Allison started Inspired Budget in 2017 when she was still an elementary school teacher with 10 years of experience. In 2019 she was able to go full-time with her business and share her combined passion for teaching and finances to help others learn how to start budgeting. She has built a community of over 119,000 Instagram followers that turn to her for budgeting advice and inspiration to take control of their finances.

In this episode, we discuss Allison’s money journey, which started when she decided to explore budgets in preparation for the arrival of her firstborn son. We also discuss the importance of mental health in regards to money management and how budgeting is not one-size-fits-all, and how her business accommodates that. Since this episode was recorded Alison has launched her new podcast, Inspired Budget (check it out!.

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  • Dividend Power
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    Nice podcast and I learned a few things too.

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