A money makeover for your life AND your side hustle? Apparently 1 in 4 of us has a second income, so I thought it was about time we started talking about which money principles benefit our personal savings goals, but might be a hindrance to our entrepreneurial side.
If you feel like money flows out your account behind your back, or you’re just looking for ways to increase your income and savings, then I’ve been busy so that you can take a shortcut.
What works for our money in our personal life doesn’t always apply to a side hustle, or small business. This short ebook gives you ways to manage money in both, and a heads up on when crossing over certain principles might do a side hustle more harm than good.
Perhaps it feels like your side hustle IS your life and you want it to build it up in future into a fully-fledged business. For many of us, our second job or side incomes are an afterthought separate from the rest of our life. It’s a good idea to keep that money separate from any employee income and personal spending.
However, keeping the money in separate pots doesn’t mean we can’t apply certain strategies to our personal life and our micro business. Other strategies we want to avoid applying to both; the key is knowing when to do what.
If your budgets have failed in the past, then this guide is for you. It’s also for you if you don’t have financial systems in place right now, or they’re not working for you. Or maybe you don’t know why you get in your own way.
This ebook will help you choose your personal priorities, pick a system to support those priorities that doesn’t conflict with your side hustle, and get in the right mindset to succeed.
Let The Reader Decide
Money Makeover was informed by the Save Like A Bear community. Fellow money bloggers also weighed in on the final cover design. If you missed the voting on Instagram, follow @savelikeabear on social to take part next time:
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Email subscribers receive a weekly newsletter with money tips and blog updates. They can now also download this bonus PDF. When you join the mailing list in the form at the bottom of this page, you should receive an email to confirm your subscription to the newsletter. Confirming your subscription gives you instant access to this bonus ebook.
I hate it when brands only give their new subscribers all the shiny new things, so I’ll be sending the PDF to existing subscribers rickety tick too to make sure everyone on the mailing list gets the same perks.
If you’re on the mailing list already and we haven’t chatted one-on-one yet, I’ll get in touch soon unless you beat me to it.
After joining the mailing list, don’t be shy to let me know in the blog comments what you find most helpful from the guide.
Don’t forget at the end of reading Money Makeover to select the link that’s most relevant to you, so that I can either share with you any news about the next ebook “What Does It Really Cost To Buy A House?”, or give you the content you want instead.
Want to know more about Save Like A Bear first? Start Here for a blitz through how I can help and why I started this epic endeavour. There you’ll find the nine essential money and property posts that launched the blog. You are always welcome in those blog comments if you have any questions.
Enjoy the free ebook and let me know if it changes anything for you!
Disclaimer: I’m not a financial advisor or planner etc, so nothing on the website, on my social profiles, in the emails or ebooks should be taken as financial advice. I am sharing my experience and opinion in case it helps others, but I can’t tell you what to do with your money. Consult a professional where needed.