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Loud Budgeting: Shouting Your Financial Goals from the Rooftops

March 25, 20242 min read

In personal finance, a new trend is emerging – one that's not just about savvy saving tips or investment strategies but about embracing financial transparency and accountability. Enter “Loud Budgeting,” a social media phenomenon that's reshaping the way individuals approach their finances and inspiring a new wave of financial empowerment.


Loud Budgeting… Are you in?

 

Thanks to social media, silence is no longer golden when it comes to financial aspirations. Embracing Loud Budgeting means sharing your savings goals with the world, celebrating your wins, and seeking support from your online community. By making your financial journey public, you not only hold yourself accountable but also inspire others to take control of their financial future.

 

Money talk has long been considered taboo, but Loud Budgeting is changing the conversation. By openly discussing budgets, savings goals, and financial challenges, individuals are breaking down barriers and empowering themselves and others to take charge of their financial well-being. It's about saying no to financial shame and embracing a new era of financial transparency and accountability.

 

Loud Budgeting isn't just about talk; it's about action. Practical tools, like setting savings goals and using visual reminders to curb spending, help individuals stay on track and make mindful financial decisions. By leveraging these tools, individuals can transform their financial aspirations into tangible achievements.

 

How to Implement Loud Budgeting in Your Life…

 

➡️ Start by identifying clear and specific financial goals for the year. Whether it's saving for a dream holiday or building an emergency fund, having a concrete goal gives you direction and motivation to stick to your budget.

 

➡️ Your spending habits should align with your personal values and priorities. Take the time to reflect on what matters most to you and adjust your budget accordingly. By spending in line with your values, you'll feel more fulfilled and purposeful in your financial journey.

 

➡️ Don't be afraid to have open and honest conversations with friends and family about your financial goals. Explain why certain expenses may be off-limits and enlist their support in staying accountable to your budget.

 

➡️ Cutting back on spending doesn't have to mean sacrificing fun. Get creative with alternative plans that are low-cost or free, such as hosting a dinner instead of dining out or organising a movie night at home.

 

➡️ Explore various money-saving hacks, like negotiating bills, cancelling unused subscriptions, and taking advantage of cash-back or rewards programs. These small changes can add up to significant savings over time and help you reach your financial goals faster.

 

As the #LoudBudgeting trend gains momentum, it's clear that a cultural shift towards financial transparency and responsibility is underway. By embracing Loud Budgeting individuals can turn their financial aspirations into reality and embark on the path to financial freedom. We’d love to know your thoughts!

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Vanessa Bamford

With over a decade of experience as an Accountant and Business Strategist in independent business, social enterprise, and within the no-for-profit sector, Vanessa has a unique understanding of all the moving parts of the business ecosystem including; people and culture, systems and processes, as well as a passion for human behaviour and business development.

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Loud Budgeting: Shouting Your Financial Goals from the Rooftops

March 25, 20242 min read

In personal finance, a new trend is emerging – one that's not just about savvy saving tips or investment strategies but about embracing financial transparency and accountability. Enter “Loud Budgeting,” a social media phenomenon that's reshaping the way individuals approach their finances and inspiring a new wave of financial empowerment.


Loud Budgeting… Are you in?

 

Thanks to social media, silence is no longer golden when it comes to financial aspirations. Embracing Loud Budgeting means sharing your savings goals with the world, celebrating your wins, and seeking support from your online community. By making your financial journey public, you not only hold yourself accountable but also inspire others to take control of their financial future.

 

Money talk has long been considered taboo, but Loud Budgeting is changing the conversation. By openly discussing budgets, savings goals, and financial challenges, individuals are breaking down barriers and empowering themselves and others to take charge of their financial well-being. It's about saying no to financial shame and embracing a new era of financial transparency and accountability.

 

Loud Budgeting isn't just about talk; it's about action. Practical tools, like setting savings goals and using visual reminders to curb spending, help individuals stay on track and make mindful financial decisions. By leveraging these tools, individuals can transform their financial aspirations into tangible achievements.

 

How to Implement Loud Budgeting in Your Life…

 

➡️ Start by identifying clear and specific financial goals for the year. Whether it's saving for a dream holiday or building an emergency fund, having a concrete goal gives you direction and motivation to stick to your budget.

 

➡️ Your spending habits should align with your personal values and priorities. Take the time to reflect on what matters most to you and adjust your budget accordingly. By spending in line with your values, you'll feel more fulfilled and purposeful in your financial journey.

 

➡️ Don't be afraid to have open and honest conversations with friends and family about your financial goals. Explain why certain expenses may be off-limits and enlist their support in staying accountable to your budget.

 

➡️ Cutting back on spending doesn't have to mean sacrificing fun. Get creative with alternative plans that are low-cost or free, such as hosting a dinner instead of dining out or organising a movie night at home.

 

➡️ Explore various money-saving hacks, like negotiating bills, cancelling unused subscriptions, and taking advantage of cash-back or rewards programs. These small changes can add up to significant savings over time and help you reach your financial goals faster.

 

As the #LoudBudgeting trend gains momentum, it's clear that a cultural shift towards financial transparency and responsibility is underway. By embracing Loud Budgeting individuals can turn their financial aspirations into reality and embark on the path to financial freedom. We’d love to know your thoughts!

professional financial managementbusiness financial managementfinancial management servicesfinancial advisorfinancial planner
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Vanessa Bamford

With over a decade of experience as an Accountant and Business Strategist in independent business, social enterprise, and within the no-for-profit sector, Vanessa has a unique understanding of all the moving parts of the business ecosystem including; people and culture, systems and processes, as well as a passion for human behaviour and business development.

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Sarah Stiles

client account manager

Sarah has vast experience in bookkeeping, payroll, Xero, and cloud software set up. She's currently growing her qualifications studying a Diploma of Accounting.


With a passion for working with not-for-profit organisations and business that are making a difference in our community, Sarah loves helping others achieve their goals using her accounting smarts.


Three fun facts about me...

I spent 4 years of my childhood living in remote Northern Territory

I love food, especially chocolate

I am a dance mum and love watching my daughter dance more than anything

Sarah Stiles

client account manager

Sarah has vast experience in bookkeeping, payroll, Xero, and cloud software set up. She's currently growing her qualifications studying a Diploma of Accounting.


With a passion for working with not-for-profit organisations and business that are making a difference in our community, Sarah loves helping others achieve their goals using her accounting smarts.

Three fun facts about me...

☞ I spent 4 years of my childhood living in remote Northern Territory


☞ I love food, especially chocolate


☞ I am a dance mum and love watching my daughter dance more than anything

Rhedyn Lemaire

client account assistant

client services administrator

Rhedyn is our resident customer service queen. She's passionate about empowering her clients with next level account management services and will quickly become a trusted part of your virtual finance team.


A life long learner, Rhedyn is currently studying a Diploma of Payroll Services and Cert IV Bookkeeping and Accounting.


Away from work she's an experienced debater and commanding public speaker.

Three fun facts about me...

I'll happily speak in front of hundreds of people - but don't ask me to sing in public!

I love reading and writing book reviews.

I'm an animal lover and have had many different types of pets over the years.

Rhedyn Lemaire

client account assistant

client services administrator

Rhedyn is our resident customer service queen. She's passionate about empowering her clients with next level account management services and will quickly become a trusted part of your virtual finance team.


A life long learner, Rhedyn is currently studying a Diploma of Payroll Services and Cert IV Bookkeeping and Accounting.


Away from work she's an experienced debater and commanding public speaker.

Three fun facts about me...

☞ I'll happily speak in front of hundreds of people - but don't ask me to sing in public!

☞ I love reading and writing book reviews.

☞ I'm an animal lover and have had many different types of pets over the years.

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