road tips and money

Road trips with the entire family are fun, but they’re exhausting. You need to take care of different people, keep the car running and carve out time for yourself to recharge. Managing our money can feel like a road trip.  So many ups and downs and twist and turns.  Road trips and money management have a lot in common.

Managing your money can be like a road trip–especially when you have to care for someone else like an elderly family member or a child. 

And just like you can arrive at your destination with the family packed in the car, you can sustainably grow your wealth while caring for someone.

Listen to this episode to find out how to grow your wealth sustainably instead of letting life sabotage your financial plans!

Road trip and money Show highlights:

  • The biggest financial planning mistake most people make—and how to fix it. ([10:26])
  • The biggest everyday expenses that keep you in paycheck to paycheck cycles. ([13:52])
  • How the ups and downs of the stock market “break” compound interest and slow down the growth of your money. ([15:02])
  • The regular event in the market that can take your money 5 years to recover from. ([17:27])


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