You work hard, but your income isn’t growing. Instead you've been trading in your health and well-being taking care of everyone else (even to the point of being resentful and exhausted).
You keep telling yourself that “money doesn’t matter” – but you find yourself paying way too much attention to it. (I see you nodding your head…are you one of those women who can’t sleep at night because you’re always worried about money? Been there. Done that.)
You’re earning a decent living but savings? What’s that? Spending makes you feel good, but your bank account isn’t happy. You find no matter how much you’ve earned and saved, the sense of security just isn’t there.
You don’t trust money will be there for you when you need it. When it comes to money conversations with family, friends, clients, or whoever, you often feel uncomfortable, tense and wish you could avoid talking about it at all.
No matter how much money you make or save, it never feels like enough. In fact, you look at your bank balance as a measurement of your success. I told you I understood.