Growing up, I thought my family didn't have money. Though we lived in a nice enough house and neighborhood, my parents were very frugal and never spent money like my friends' families. Aside from the occasional luxuries, the message from my parents to me was tha money was to be saved.Read More
The idea of a Personal Journey is to share individual reflections on our experiences with money.
Many of us struggle with the same challenges and it can be inspirational to see how others have dealt with the same issues.
Also to see we are not alone.
Some questions to get you started thinking about your own Personal Journey:
Who or what shaped your understanding of money and how? How has your attitude toward managing your money changed or been affected by life experiences? What are the key lessons you've learned at this stage of life about your relationship with money?
Below are some of our many Personal Journeys. To share your Personal Journey, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org.