Advertisers and marketeers are experts in behavioural psychology and they know what makes you part with your cash. It’s worth taking a few moments to consider how this affects your decision making.
Confidence with money is not especially high in the UK. 39% of adults don’t feel confident managing their money. But help is at hand.
Although money can’t buy happiness in itself, financial wellbeing is the study of how we can use money to make us happier, not just wealthier.
End of life regrets are not really something we think about until our final months. But maybe we should face into this earlier in life.
Financial news about stock market volatility in a humanitarian crisis will not help your wellbeing. Taking steps to help those directly affected most certainly will.
Financial wellbeing might be an obvious area of focus for a financial coach, but it’s only part of the bigger picture of wellbeing.
Whether donating your time or money, the joy of giving can provide a positive and sustained boost to long term wellbeing.
The way we choose to spend and invest money has a direct impact on our wellbeing. Read how sustainable finance can help you feel wonderful.