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The Money Love Podcast, hosted by Certified Life Coach Paige Pritchard, is the podcast for high-achieving and high-earning women who are looking to ditch scarcity and confusion with their money and move towards a financial life full of confidence, abundance, and clarity. Each week Paige helps you transform your mindset, relationship, and results with money so you can build your dream financial life.

Learn the mindset shifts and actionable strategies needed to make more money, nail the art of budgeting, pay off debt, stop impulse spending, build up savings, build financial intimacy in your relationships and so much more.

Learn more at www.overcomingoverspending.com
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There's no other purchase category that can make you lose your mind faster than one-of-a-kind buys. These are unique and sometimes one of a kind items that we find at thrift stores, second hand, or at stores like Homegoods. While it can be thrilling to find these items, we often spend more in this area than we have planned simply because we "lose our minds" in these situations. Many of you have asked "How can I approach these situations with more control and discipline?" and that's exactly the qustion I'm providing answers to in this week's episode.  In this episode of the podcast, Paige is walking you through her four step process on how to not lose your mind with one-of-a-kind buys. She explains what actually happens in your brain with purchases like this, the easiest thing you can do in the moment to ease the scarcity, how to work through worst case scenarios and how to be better eqiupped in situations like this so you're not overspending, going into debt, or sabotaging your finances. Enjoy!   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations     Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.overcomingoverspending.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
A wish of every parent is to make sure that their kid is set up for financial success. But with money still being an akward and taboo topic for many, it can be difficult to approach this subject with young children to make sure they have the knowledge and tools that they need to be financially successful later on in life. If you're confused about when you should start talking to your kid about money, how to teach them how to be a responsible saver and spender, and you're curious on how to get them to undstand the concept of investing then this week's episode will provide you with the answers to these questions.    If you're a parent or a soon to be parent, then this week's episode of the podcast is for you. My guest in this week's episode, Andy Hill, is the founder of Marriage, Kids, and Money which is a financial platform that is dedicated to helping young families build wealth and thrive. Andy is a dad of two and a Accredited Financial Counselor who helps families create generational wealth through his podcast, blog, and YouTube channel. We're answering all your questions on how to set your kids up for financial success. Enjoy!     Find and Work with Andy: His Website His YouTube Channel His Podcast Get his free 60/40 Generational Wealth Plan     START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations     Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership    Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.overcomingoverspending.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
How do you know if it's time to hire a financial advisor? Do you even need to work with a financial advisor? How do you know how to find one that actually has your best interest at heart? If these are questions you've ever had then look no further than this week's episode of the podcast. We're breaking down all the important things you need to know about finding and working with a financial advisor.  In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast I'm talking with Pam Krueger, the founder of Wealthramp, a fee-only advisor matching platform that connects people with the right advisor. In our discussion Pam is shedding light into the illusive and confusing world of financial advisors. We talk about what to look for in a financial advisor (so you find the best match), when you know it's time to hire one, how financial advisors are paid and how to make sure you're getting your moneys worth from your advisor. If you've been considering hiring an advisor (or you're looking to make a switch) then this is an episode that will equip you to start the process. All of Pam's information can be found below.     Find and Work with Pam and Wealthramp: Pam's LinkedIn   Pam's IG     Pam's Facebook  Wealthramp Website    Wealthramp LinkedIn   Wealthramp Facebook     START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.overcomingoverspending.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
Credit cards are a tool that you get to decide if you're going to use on your financial journey. Whether or not you will use them will depend on what you're trying build, and how confident you feel in your ability to ues them well. If you do decide to use credit cards moving forward, it's important that you're using them in a way that will help you, rather than hurt you. When used correctly, credit cards can provide incredible perks while also helping you build credit. When used incorrectly, they can cause disasterous consequences with your money and credit score. Whether you're using credit cards correctly or incorrectly can usually be boiled down to ten common mistakes that I see credit card users making. On this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast I will be walking you through each of these 10 mistakes. By the end of the episode you will be able to pinpoint if you're making any of these credit card mistakes and be armed with adjustments you can make to ensure you're no longer making them. Make sure you join us next week (Tuesday, June 11th - Friday, June 14th) for our Unburdened 4-day live debt workshop, using the link below. Enjoy! Register HERE for the Live 4-Day Unburdened Workshop (Tuesday, June 11th - Friday June 14th)    Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations     Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
If you have student loans, this week's value-packed episode of the podcast is for you. Not only is the world of student loans confusing, but it is ever-changing. It can feel nearly impossible to stay up to date with the latest information in the student loan world, in addition to understanding the right path and strategy that you need to take with your loans. If you feel like you're lacking clarity and a clear strategy with your loans, this episode will be a fantastic resource to start that journey. In this episode I'm talking with Kathleen Boyd, a student loan advisor at Student Loan Planner. Student Loan Planner is a company that helps borrowers create a customizable plan to get their loand paid off or reach forgiven as quickly as possible. In this conversation with Kathleen we talk about the current state of student loans, the current SAVE program, if you should consolidate your loans, how to get your loans forgiven, and what to keep in mind if you or your child think you might be taking out loans in the near term future to fund a degree. All the resources for Student Loan Planner can be found below. Enjoy! Find and Work with Student Loan Planner: Their Website Their Instagram Their Podcast Book A Student Loan Consultation     START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations     Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership    Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.overcomingoverspending.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
Do you dread your debt? Most people who are in debt feel immense dread when they think about the process of paying it off. It's important to remember that the dread you feel around your debt is created from your thinking, but sometimes it's easier to solve for the dread by getting out of debt completely than by doing the challening work of changing your thoughts and beliefs around your debt. This is where a debt sprint comes in, which is a sustainable sprint (in your own version) towards the debt free finish line so you can become unburdened from your debt. In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast Paige is sharing her concept of the debt sprint and diving into the emotion of dread. She's sharing why we feel so much dread around our debt, her three solutions for solving for it, how to do a debt sprint in a sustainable way, and how to make it to the debt payoff finish line without completely burning yourself out. If you're in debt, make sure to join us June 11th - 14th for the 4-day live debt workshop, Unburdened. You can save your spot for that using the link below. See you there!   Register HERE for the Live 4-Day Unburdened Workshop (Tuesday, June 11th - Friday June 14th)    Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations     Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
Divorce is one of the most (if not the most) stressful life events that someone can experience in their lifetime. In addition to it being an incredibly daunting process, it's also a confusing and frustrating journey that can be difficult to navigate with confidence. Becuase of this, too many women go through the divorce process not knowing what to expect, what questions to ask, and how to advocate for themselves and as a bi-product end up accepting a financial settlement that is far less than what they deserve. That is where this week's guest, Tracy Coenen, founder of Divorce Money Guide comes in.   This week on the podcast Paige is joined by Tracy in a value-packed discussion all about money and divorce. In this conversation Tracy is sharing the most important financial steps to take before initiating your divorce, the steps you need to be prepared to take to naivgate your divorce with confidence, how to choose the right divorce attorney, questions that you should be asking throughout the divorce process to ensure a fair settlement, and how to gain the confidence to fight for what you're rightfully owed. If you're going through a divorce (or think you might be in the future), this is an episode that you simply cannot miss. Make sure to check out all of Tracy's resources below.     Find and Work with Tracy: Her Website Her Instagram Her Book Her Podcast Her Programs   START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
Have you ever wondered if you're burnt out? If you find yourself losing patience easily, struggling to sleep, losing drive and motivation towards goals and feel like you're generally going through the motions of life... burnout might be on the horizon (or have already arrived). It's no secret that many of us have reached points of burnout, but this is especially true for those of us raised with a "work hard, never rest" mentality that programs us to believe that rest is lazy and our stress and booked out calendars are badges of honor. But how do we move past this burnout and reach a state of balance?  In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast Paige is talking with Peter Guse, the founder of The Millennial Reset, an online community that gives Millennials the tools to heal from burnout, break free of generational cycles, and get unstuck. In this value-packed episode we are talking about what burnout is, what causes it, the signs that you're approaching burnout (or already there), and Peter's 4 R framework to move from burnt out to balanced. You can find and work with Peter using the links below. Enjoy!     Find and Work with Peter: His Website His Instagram His TikTok His Podcast     START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations     Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership    Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.overcomingoverspending.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
Your identity, which is made up of the thoughts and beliefs you have about yourself, wiill always be working for you, or against you. One of the fastest ways to create new and exciting results in your life is to form a new and empowering identity that will get you to where you want to be. However, sometimes it can be challenging to form new identities that are too far away from the current identities that you hold about yourself. When this is the case, using tools that create pyschological distance between your current self and future self can be helpful. This is where your alter ego and your villian come in.  In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast Paige is sharing two of her favorite tools to shed your limiting beliefs, doubts, and insecurities. These two tools are your alter ego and your villian. Paige explains what each of these tools are, they they work so well, the benefits of having them, and the steps to putting these tools to work in your life. Whether you want to implement these tools with your money or elsewhere. they are two tools that will undoubtedbly leave you feeling more confident and empowered.  Enjoy!    Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations     Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
It's vitually impossible nowadays to buy something online with being offered to split up your payment over multiple installments over a 2-3 month period. These companies like Afterpay, Affirm, and Klarna seem to be taking the online shopping world by storm and offer an enticing no fee and no interest option to get what you want the moment you want it without having to wait. But even though these services can be enticing to many and useful in some situations, that doesn't mean they come with their fair share of pitfalls and dangers. In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast we're diving deep into the topic of buy-now-pay-later services. I'm sharing scenarios where I think it makes sense to use them, when you shouldn't use them, factors to consider that may make you rethink using them moving forward, and three questions to ask yourself the next time you're tempted to split a purchase over time. Enjoy!   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
Have you ever told yourself that you can't pay off your debt becuase you don't make enough? Have you ever counted yourself out of building wealth because you work in a lower-income industry? If you've ever fallen into either of these traps, then this week's episode of the podcast with my guest Allison Baggerly, Founder of Inspired Budget, is one you cannot miss. Allison alongside her husband paid off over $111,000 of debt on two teachers salaries over a span of four and a half years. In this fun conversation between two friends talking finance Allison shares the ups and downs of their journey, where they started, the biggest keys to their success and their biggest mistakes along the way. Allison also walks you through how to create your first mini budget so that you can start budgeting today (and don't have to wait until you're paid again or the first of the month). You can find and work with Allison using the links below. Enjoy!   Find and Work with Allison: Her Website Her Instagram Her Book Her Podcast   START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
Your brain (and mine) is lazy. Very lazy. Your brain was designed to seek pleasure, avoid challenges, and expend the least amount of energy possible. Becuase of that, doing hard and challenging things like getting out of debt, finding a new and higher paying job, hitting a million dollar net worth are... hard. But just becuase something is hard and challenge doesn't mean you shouldn't do it. In fact, I believe that harder that something is, the more you should pursue it. For most things, the harder something is the more meaningful it is becuase the more it changes and evolves you into a better version of yourself. In this episode of The Money Love Podcast we're breaking down how to do hard and challenging things. Paige walks you through her best 5 tips that you can deploy so that you'll seek out and pursue challenging things. Enjoy!   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
Are you someone who welcomes hard things into your life or are you someone who avoids challenges in your life (and as a result ends up making things harder on yourself)? When we choose to do hard and challenging things we become stronger, we show ourselves what we're capable of, and we make our contribution to the world. Unfortunately, with everything in our world getting faster, easier, and friction-free many of us have become entitled to comfort and avoidant of discomfort. But in order to live an extrordinary life of immense contribution, we have to actively choose to do and go through hard things.  In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast we're talking about hard things and why you should intentionally seek them out. Paige walks through the topic of comfort entitlement, explains why we are so adverse to challenge, and gives you her best three arguements of why hard things and challenges are something that you should actually run towards, rather than running away from. Enjoy!   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
If you have ADHD and have ever thought "I'm just bad with money" then this week's episode will show you that you're not lazy, you don't lack will power, and you're not bad with money... you just have ADHD. When you can realize that you're trying to manage your money with tools and in a system that wasn't designed for your success, you can start to make adjustments to your finanical approach so that you can start to make meaningful progress with your finances.  Joining me on the podcast this week is Ellyse Fulmore who is a queer and neurodivergent financial educator, content creator, best-selling author, and the founder of Queerd Co., a financial literacy company. Ellyce has also been diagnosed with ADHD so she is passionate about helping her online community of over half a million find the right tools, strategies, and perspectives to create a life where financial stability and joy coexist. We break down common lies that people with ADHD believe about themselves ("I'm lazy." "I lack willpower." "I'm bad with money.") along with sharing Ellyce's best tips and tricks for neurodivergent brains to better manage their money. Enjoy!   Find and Work with Ellyce: Her Website Her Instagram Her Book Her Neurospicy Money Method Program   START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
You don't REALLY want more stuff. In fact, our desire for most things that we buy goes much deeper than just wanting that cute new sweater for our next date night or the organizational bins to have your produce neatly displayed in your fridge. There's always more hidden and deeper meaning behind our desires and this is exactly what I'm breaking down with my guest Renee Benes in this week's episode of the podcast.  Renee is a self-proclaimed shopaholic turned minimalist who took her family's journey of downsizing by 2,000 square feet and turned it into a global brand. She has been sharing her life stories and lessons of living with less in hopes of inspiring other people to design lives that feel bigger than stuff. In this conversation with Renee we talk about the deeper meaning behind why we want the things we do and whats really motivating your purchases at a core level. Enjoy!   Find and Work with Renee: Her Website Her Instagram Her Podcast   START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast, Paige is breaking down bankruptcy with Ohio bankruptcy attorney, Adrienne Hines. Bankruptcy is a financial tool that many know little about, is greatly misunderstood, and is clouded in shame, guilt, and judgement. This stops many people from considering it as an option to receive a fresh start along their financial journey. Adrienne Hines is on a mission to change that and her mission is to transform bankruptcy from a daunting word to a powerful tool for financial wellness and deliver debt relief with dignity to her audience. In this value-packed and enlightening conversation with Adrienne we are covering what bankruptcy is (and what is actually happening when you file bankruptcy), the two different types of bankruptcy and the requirements for each, the difference between using a debt settlement company and filing bankruptcy, how bankruptcy impacts your credit score and other ripple effects and implications of filing bankruptcy, what payments to prioritize if you're falling behind on your debt, and how to release the shame and guilt associated with filing bankruptcy. Enjoy!   About Adrienne: Almost 30 Years of Experience: Adrienne is Ohio's trusted bankruptcy expert. Over two decades, she's transformed bankruptcy from a daunting word to a powerful tool for financial wellness and delivering debt relief with dignity. Pioneering the digital realm, Adrienne uses TikTok to debunk bankruptcy myths and boost financial literacy. Her mission: reshape how we see bankruptcy and highlight its role in financial empowerment and help you find debt relief with dignity. She won the 2023 Best Bankruptcy Advice Award from the 2023 FinTok Awards hosted by Debt.com.   Find and Work with Adrienne: Her Website Her Instagram Her TikTok   START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
Each one of us desires new things: financial freedom, to travel more, a new home, to be more disciplined to name a few. But is your desire destructive? Do you desire things from a place of not believing you're worthy of having it? From a place of disbelief in your capability to create in? From a place of believing that you can't feel the way you want to feel until the desire is acheived? If this type of desire sounds familiar, you're engaging in destructive desire.  In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast we're talking about the topic of destructive desire. What it is, what it looks like, why we desire things in a way that's destructive, and how to shift out of destructive desire and into clean desire. This will be an epsiode that has you thinking about the things you want and desire in an entirely new way. Enjoy!   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
Does it feel like your money is all over the place? Do you find that there's always "surprise" expenses popping up that you forgot to plan ahead for? Do you struggle to form and stick to a routine with your finances? If your finances feel messy, choatic, and disorganized then this week's episode of the podcast is for you.  In this episode of The Money Love Podcast I'm covering habits and routines to organize your life and money with Certified Financial Coach and founder of The Organized Money, Alaina Fingal. We're covering the first step you need to take to get your money organized (even if you're not a Type A person), how to be realistic with your budget, how to make a plan for your money that reflects your unique goals and personality (and how to actually stick to it), the 4 money habits you need to stay organized with your money, and how to know if you're overspending, or under-budgeting. Enjoy! About Alaina: Alaina is a certified financial coach, author, and content creator. She helps busy people who struggle with budgeting and time management use a paper planner to get organized. She shares her easy approach to finances through her YouTube channel and has amassed over 180,000 subscribers and 20 million views on the platform. She serves on the Financial Expert Review Board for CNET Money and her work has been featured in Yahoo Finance, The New York Weekly, Wired, The Huffington Post, CNBC Make It and others.    Find and Work with Alaina: Her Website Her Instagram Her YouTube Channel   START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
Do you feel like there's always something that you want or desire? There's always a product "finish line" that you're working towards where you tell yourself "once I have ______ I'll finally be happy". If you find yourself in this familiar pattern, you're stuck on the hedonic hamster wheel. The hedonic hamster wheel is a metaphor for the human tendency to pursue one pleasure after another and it can be a viscious never-ending cycle that can derail your spending and finances if we don't take steps to actively slow it down or get off of it entirely.  In this week's episode of The Money Love Podcast we're diving into the phenomena of hedonic adaptation and breaking down how it impacts our consumption (in not so great ways). In this value-packed episode Paige is breaking down what hedonic adaptation is, how it impacts our consumption, real life examples that you might recognize in yourself, why our brains are wired this way, and the types of consumption that will keep you on and off the hedonic hamster wheel. Enjoy!   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership   FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  IG: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
Did you know it takes the average women 17 (yes, SEVENTEEN) minutes each morning to pick an outfit for work?  This week on The Money Love Podcast I’m talking with style expert and founder of Everyday Style, Jennifer Mackey-Mary who is giving her best wardrobe and style tips to save you time, money, space and sanity when it comes to getting dressed everyday and building the wardrobe of your dreams.   If you feel like you have a closet filled with clothes but have nothing to wear, if you aren’t loving your current style, and if you're in a viscous cycle of buying and returning tons of online purchases this is an episode of The Money Love Podcast you cannot miss.    In this value-packed episode with Jennifer we discuss the first place everyone should start if you're wanting to revamp your wardrobe, which wardrobe items to save on, spend on, and splurge on, why you should avoid the clearance rack at all costs, if getting a color analysis is worth it and who it's best for (and who it isn't), and how to be a more intentional online shopper (so your wardrobe can go from “fine” to AMAZING). This will be an episode that will help you create the wardrobe of your dreams. Enjoy!   About Jennifer: Jennifer Mackey-Mary helps women have easier mornings and better days.  Her business, Everyday Style, is on a mission to inspire women to love the way they look, and give them the tools to make style easy.  She’s the host of the Top 10 podcast, The Everyday Style School, that teaches you everything your mom never did about getting dressed. After styling women for over two decades, there isn’t a body shape she hasn’t seen, or a style struggle she hasn’t heard–and she knows the solution is easier than you think! Jennifer is passionate about raising confident daughters, female entrepreneurship, and getting every woman in a better bra.   Find and Work with Jennifer: Her Website Her Instagram Her Podcast Join her Membership: The Style Circle   START HERE:  FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige’s Money Recommendations   Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code “MLP30” at checkout to save $30 on your first month inside the membership  Where you can find Paige online: Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com  Instagram: @overcoming_overspending TikTok: @overcoming_overspending
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Carol Gilbert-Whitman

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Jan 9th
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Carol Gilbert-Whitman

Love this and just learning this! I'm happy to find this podcast!

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Melody Skoubye

This is so eye opening! I've never thought to apply these principles to money. Paige is amazing at explaining how I need to connect with the money in my life! this episode is a great opening to what to expect. I'm excited to learn more!

Aug 24th
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