Aug 31

Being Fiscally Fit
What does it mean to have fiscal fitness and how do you establish your relationships so that you can enjoy the benefits of that? Join us today as we talk with Kelsa Dickey, the founder of Fiscal Fitness Phoenix about how to integrate and establish in our relationships the keys necessary to achieve our goals and lay the foundation of a healthy relationship with money.

Wellness comes in many forms and often our relationship with money - how we treat it, how we discuss it, how we use it - are overlooked. Kelsa helps us dive into a greater understanding behind how our relationship with money forms and how we can choose to change that. What do you do if you have disagreements with your partner about money? How and what do you teach your children about money? Listen in today as we delve into those topics and many more!

For more information about Kelsa, Fiscal Fitness Phoenix, and how you may benefit from a financial coach, please visit www.fiscalfitnessaz.com or call (480) 788-4588.

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