The Living Money Blog
Here you will find articles, audios and videos on a range of topics about life and money. These are divided into six key topics: Self, Environment, Growth, Money, Work and Resources
Financial organisation balances passion and prudence, impulse and forethought, living in the moment and being responsible for long term security.
We wish all our followers a very happy 2018. We’ve been hard at work over the last year. Now, we’re ready to rock your route to personal and financial freedom.
It takes courage and self-compassion to tell the true story of our painful money journeys. When we do it leads to freedom and integrity.
Our relationship with money is where life and money meet and form our route to happiness and freedom, so why do we pay it so little attention?
Knowing where we stand today is an important first step in moving forward in your life. Try this simple exercise, adapted from the familiar wheel of life, to help you begin.
Through self-awareness it is possible to grow and develop, to become a different and better person leading a smoother, more fun, less stressful life.
This week: Decide a start date for your life and financial plan. This could be Jan 1 or your birthday; The start of the tax year, your business year start or the start of the academic year might work better for you.
Understanding the true meaning of wealth helps us achieve greater happiness and freedom than simply quantifying, categorising and organising our wealth.
This important article by Tim Maurer addresses the pitfalls of conventional financial planning, which is all about ‘what’ and ‘how’, when we should be concentrating on the ‘why’.
‘When we are self-aware, we’re happier, we make better decisions at work and at home, we raise more mature children, the list goes on.’ Tasha Eurich
Use this format-free TextEdit document as the starting point to create your own life manifesto.
This post is devoted to books written about your relationship to money and the psychology of personal finance, books about transformation not transactions.
Moving Questions will help you make progress with a problem or challenge whilst demonstrating the power of the coach’s most useful tool – insightful questions.
The Living Money manifesto is a blueprint for leading an authentic, fulfilled life free from the slavery of money.
Jeremy Deedes expands on an earlier Manifesto article and talks about scarcity which, by definition, is the other side of the desire for wealth and status coin.
Living Money founder Jeremy Deedes looks at why Brené Brown’s work on shame, vulnerability and courage is so important for a good relationship with our money.
Does our desire for wealth and status, which extends into a yearning for more time, space, love, looks and much more, actually leads to less contented lives?
Living Money founder Jeremy Deedes looks ahead after a poor quarter in the markets and emphasises the long term nature of investment. (Transcript) Hello and welcome to Living Money’s Manifesto for Monday 5 October 2015. I am Jeremy Deedes, financial life planner with...
Living Money founder Jeremy Deedes believes it'll be alright in the end as the roller-coaster ride in global markets is partly an over-reaction to misread data.
Living Money founder Jeremy Deedes takes a short, pre-holiday look at global markets and economies and explains why he is not getting too excited about the St Leger this year.