Sharon Singh Sidhu

You can't budget and save your way to financial success

Published 19 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader,

Mainstream financial advice tells you to:

  • Save for a rainy day
  • Live within your means
  • Get rid of credit card debts
  • Work hard to make more money
  • Budget and track all your expenses
  • Invest and take advantage of compounding

It's overwhelming.
What does it all mean?
Where do you even start?

It's no wonder many women feel intimidated at the thought of mastering their finances.

When I started my journey to improve my financial life, I researched everything -
Budgeting, debt, investing, earning, and even the psychology of money.
All it led me to was feeling even more anxious and confused.

I was hardly doing anything the financial 'experts' told me that I should be doing, so I felt embarrassed and stupid.

It wasn't until I created some breathing room to step back,
To re-evaluate my unique situation and priorities,
That I realized I didn't have to do it all.
At least not all at once.

Money doesn't have to be so complicated.

All you need is a clear vision for your financial life,
A strategy that is aligned with what you value and prioritize,
And a simple plan to execute daily actions until you achieve your goals.

The thing that trips most people up is the money mindset drama and emotional baggage we all carry around with us.

So you also need a way to remove these barriers blocking the path to your financial dream life.
Without addressing them, you'll continue to do the same old things with money you've always done.
No matter how much money you make, save, budget, or invest.

Yet, this is the part I've never seen any financial expert address -
How to uncover your hidden, unconscious relationship with money.
And how to use it to help you be financially successful rather than keep you stuck in disempowering behaviors with money.

This is what you'll learn at my upcoming workshop, 'Financial Confidence for Women' on 4 April 2024, 8 PM GMT+8.


It's time to apply a more effective and holistic way to master your money.

I can't wait to see you there!


Sharon Singh Sidhu

I help women overcome financial anxiety and be financially secure. Certified MAP Practitioner & Leadership Trainer. Mindfulness Advocate. Journaling Enthusiast.

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