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Money and Me. The podcast where we talk honestly about money and how it makes us feel.

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Money and Me. The podcast where we talk honestly about money and how it makes us feel.

    #9 Katie's story: Being the first in your family to go to university. Managing student debt and graduating in a pandemic.

    #9 Katie's story: Being the first in your family to go to university. Managing student debt and graduating in a pandemic.

    In this episode, Caroline talks to Katie Watson about being the first person in her family to go to university, why she’s not worried about student debt and how hard 2020 has been for graduates trying to find jobs.---Money & Me is brought to you by Lifetise.Visit lifetise.com for help planning big life decisions, like buying a home or starting a family.

    • 32 min
    #8 Josh's story: Discovering the hard way that there's no such thing as work-life balance for entrepreneurs

    #8 Josh's story: Discovering the hard way that there's no such thing as work-life balance for entrepreneurs

    In this episode, Caroline chats to Josh Winterson, the 28 year old founder of recruiment start-up Alinea. Josh opens up about how it feels to lead a fast-growing start-up, what happens when your industry is badly hit by the pandemic, and the responsibililty you feel towards your employees in a crisis. Plus we talk about the impossibility of achieving work-life balance as an entrepreneur, and how it impacts our relationships with friends and family.---Money & Me is brought to you by Lifetise.Visit lifetise.com for help planning big life decisions, like buying a home or starting a family.

    • 38 min
    #7 Zanna Van Dijk: Financial wellness, sustainability and finding energy in work

    #7 Zanna Van Dijk: Financial wellness, sustainability and finding energy in work

    In this episode, Caroline chats to Zanna Van Dijk, fitness, wellness and sustainability superstar, who is passionate about using her own journey and platform to educate and inspire others.This is a fantastic season finale! We talk about Zanna’s incredible work ethic and how she’s built up her businesses, the relentless drive of being a type-A personality and her mission to bring as many women as possible on her journey of financial empowerment!---Money & Me is brought to you by Lifetise.Visit lifetise.com for help planning big life decisions, like buying a home or starting a family.

    • 34 min
    #6 Lola's story: What it took for me to save £60,000 to buy my own home

    #6 Lola's story: What it took for me to save £60,000 to buy my own home

    In this episode, Caroline talks to Lola Abitogun, host of Adulting by Lola (@adultingbylola) and AdultingFest, about the hard work, career choices and compromises she made so she could save £60,000 by the age of 28 to buy her own flat in London.---Money & Me is brought to you by Lifetise.Visit lifetise.com for help planning big life decisions, like buying a home or starting a family.

    • 29 min
    #5 Alex Holder: Be willing to be vulnerable. How to have conversations about money.

    #5 Alex Holder: Be willing to be vulnerable. How to have conversations about money.

    In this episode, Caroline talks to Alex Holder, journalist and author of "Open Up: Why Talking About Money Will Change Your Life".We discuss why it feels so hard to talk about money, even to close friends. Why we're all scared what people will think of us (there are evolutionary reasons!). How to be the brave one and start the conversation. And why everyone benefits if people share their stories about money. ---Money & Me is brought to you by Lifetise.Visit lifetise.com for help planning big life decisions, like buying a home or starting a family.

    • 38 min
    #4 Nicky Raby: Thriving in a portfolio career and defining your own version of success

    #4 Nicky Raby: Thriving in a portfolio career and defining your own version of success

    In this episode, Caroline talks to actor, coach, speaker and all round brilliant woman Nicky Raby about thriving in a portfolio career, valuing your work and getting comfortable asking for money, and defining your own version of success.

    • 36 min

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Fantastic

I just listened to the episode about being a mature student and it was really helpful and interesting. I didn’t want the podcast to end!

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