Time or Money?

Nov 16

Time or Money?

MONEY IS MORE TABOO THAN SEX when it comes to what we’re willing to talk about. Try breaking down the barriers and opening up the discussion on this tender topic at your next Saturday Salon by throwing one of these questions into the hat. Who knows? You may change the way you think about resources and how we allocate them.

  1. Do you think you spend too much money? If so, in what area?
  2. Are budgets empowering or limiting? Do you have one? Do you follow it?
  3. How much money is your time worth? Do you pay someone to help with gardening, housecleaning, child or elder care? Do you cook from scratch or eat out? Get massages or mani pedis? Do you feel one way is morally superior to the other?
  4. If you won the lottery tomorrow, what would you pay someone else to do for you that you currently do yourself? Are there certain things you would never have someone else do for you? Why or Why Not?
  5. When does saving vs spending money become small minded and miserly vs smart, empowering, and frugal?
  6. How many people know how much money you have in the bank and/or your net worth?
  7. Do you know how much you spend on groceries, eating out, recreation, clothing?
  8. What were your parents’ spending habits and how have they influenced you?


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