As we all deal with COVID-19 as a society, the economic downturn is not only affecting us practically, but also emotionally. Figuring out how to cope daily, uplift each other, and deal with our finances is a real and present struggle.
Harlan chats with Sarah Li-Cain to discuss the emotions surrounding the current world status and dealing with the grief surrounding our finances today.
- Sarah discusses her struggles moving from China and becoming a full-time business owner with her first child
- How emotional buying is a form of grief
- Ways to help local business in this time without emptying your bank accounting
- Routines to help your emotional health through financial and emotional difficulties
Sarah Li-Cain is a finance writer and an AFC (Accredited Financial Counselor) candidate whose work has appeared in places like Bankrate, Business Insider, Redbook, Financial Planning Association, Stacking Benjamins and Her Money podcast with Jean Chatzky (of NBC Today). Her work blends practical tips and mindset strategies so that those trying to change their financial life can see themselves in the starring role. She also integrates physical, spiritual and mental wellness so that money becomes a tool to enhance people’s lives.
For more information, visit the show notes at https://plutusfoundation.org/2020/027-sarah-li-cain/
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