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Financial Sobriety School with Linda Parmar is a podcast where Linda teaches weekly lessons on all things Financial Sobriety. Financial Sobriety School is a place where you will learn how to stop addictive, impulsive, compulsive and obsessive spending.

The lessons will focus on removing the stigma of shame with money and start to create a life of abundance and hope.

Linda Parmar is a Financial Sobriety Expert, she has completed designations as a Certified Money Coach, Financial Recovery Counsellor, Trauma of Money Facilitator, She Recovers Coach and Professional Recovery Coach.

Financial Sobriety School with Linda Parmar Linda Parmar

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Financial Sobriety School with Linda Parmar is a podcast where Linda teaches weekly lessons on all things Financial Sobriety. Financial Sobriety School is a place where you will learn how to stop addictive, impulsive, compulsive and obsessive spending.

The lessons will focus on removing the stigma of shame with money and start to create a life of abundance and hope.

Linda Parmar is a Financial Sobriety Expert, she has completed designations as a Certified Money Coach, Financial Recovery Counsellor, Trauma of Money Facilitator, She Recovers Coach and Professional Recovery Coach.

    Lesson 28 - My Financial Sobriety Routine

    Lesson 28 - My Financial Sobriety Routine

    Building habits and routine for your Financial Sobriety is such a huge piece of following through with working on your money. 
    Today I share my routine that helps support my Financial Sobriety. 
    This routine has taken 7 years to work as a system and it is an ever evolving process, just like my relationship with money. 
    Here are some of the key pieces of my routine: 
    1. Create monthly spending plan. 
    2. Daily planning of my spending and tracking my spending. 
    3. Money dates/meetings. 
    4. Not using credit cards. 
    5. Auto transfers for my savings plan and debt payments. 
    6. Check-in with my emotions with money and spending. 
    7. Budgeting for things I want. 
    8. Celebrate
    In this lesson I dive into each piece of my routine and how you can make it work for you. 
    Here are links to previous lessons where I tell my story about my journey with my Financial Sobriety: 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/your-money-your-recovery/id1493570547?i=1000462813534
    https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/your-money-your-recovery/id1493570547?i=1000606259490
    Here is a link for a lesson on Money dates/meetings: 
    https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/your-money-your-recovery/id1493570547?i=1000536841911

    • 30 min
    Lesson 27 - Sober Spending - Summer Edition

    Lesson 27 - Sober Spending - Summer Edition

    It’s time to practice some sober spending this summer. 
    If you are anything like me the summer sun can bring out impulse to spend money. 
    This summer let’s make it different and practice sober spending under the summer sun. 
    Sober Spending is one of the 7 foundations of Financial Sobriety School and in this lesson we focus on how to practice it the summer. 
    In this lesson Linda walks you through the steps to take to ensure that you are setting some financial intentions and following through and feeling proud of yourself when September hits. 
    New summer school group course starting for Financial Sobriety School on June 9th, all the details for the upcoming 3 month course is here: 
    https://www.lindaparmar.com/thriving

    • 22 min
    Lesson 26 - Save money, even when you have debt

    Lesson 26 - Save money, even when you have debt

    Do you think it's possible to save money even when you have debt?
    When we are working on our Financial Sobriety it is important to start to change some behaviours. 
    One of those behaviours can be saving money. 
    This is often something people talk about is that they really wish they had savings. 
    Starting the habit of saving, even when you have debt is REALLY important. 
    If you start to save you won't be reaching for a credit card when an unexpected expense comes up. 
    Intentionally saving is a habit that you won't be regretting! 
    Learn the tips and tricks that will support you, your wallet and your Financial Sobriety. 

    • 12 min
    Lesson 25 - Spending in Sobriety

    Lesson 25 - Spending in Sobriety

    Spending in sobriety. 
    Getting sober from your drug of choice is a HUGE milestone in life. 
    Sobriety is the biggest gift. Financial Sobriety is an even bigger gift. 
    It is important to balance out our spending when we are working on our Financial Sobriety. 
    This episode is probably not what you think. This episode talks about how important it is to spend our money in sobriety, with boundaries and a spending plan of course. 
    If we restrict ourselves to feel like we can't spend anything it will lead to a shopping spree.
    Cue the shopaholic! 
    Learn to enjoy your Financial Sobriety in this weeks lesson. 

    • 19 min
    Lesson 24 - Financial Infidelity

    Lesson 24 - Financial Infidelity

    This lesson felt hard to record and it may feel very uncomfortable to listen to.  
    It is also a lesson that is really important to understand. 
    Financial Infidelity is the topic of this week's lesson. 
    Overall financial infidelity is explained as when one partner in a relationship hides financial actions, assets, or debts from the other. It can also happen when you are hiding these from yourself. 
    This topic is something that happens often but it is not something we typically talk about because it is uncomfortable and brings up a lot of different emotions. 
    In this episode Linda helps you understand what it is and most importantly what to do if it is something that you have experienced or are experiencing. 
    Be gentle with yourself as you listen to this week's lesson. 

    • 19 min
    Lesson 23 - What were you taught about money as a child?

    Lesson 23 - What were you taught about money as a child?

    It is extremely common not to be taught about money as a child. 
    What were you taught about money as a child? What weren't you taught about money as a child?
    This is something I hear daily from people and it is often met with a lot of anger and resentment. 
    Our society as a whole has not been taught a lot about money and in this lesson Linda breaks down how that now can affect you with your relationship with money and your overall financial sobriety. 
    Sometimes making peace with our past of what we were and weren't taught about money can help support us to break free and start changing our money story. 

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

1234NAkj ,

Morning practices

I loved this episode. I look at my bank app every morning. I didn’t realize I was creating a good money habit by doing so. Thank you Linda ❤️your positivity is such a gift to the world!!!

cassiejopaul ,

LOVE!

Thanks for all you do in the recovery world Linda! I listen to your podcasts as I run 🏃🏼‍♀️😊

Lovin it POW style ,

Aha!

Linda has such a beautiful way of explaining the relationship with money. I always leave this podcast feeling much smarter and like I’ve had a bit of a one on one coaching session with her. Highly recommend!

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