Making Smart Choices | FULL SHOW | #138
Having a family means making many sacrifices and changing the way you spend your time and money. Thank goodness those little guys are cute! How can you best prepare yourself for the upcoming adjustments? Kimberly Palmer and Alyson Eberle join us to help with two important aspects of new parenthood; finances and nutrition. | Download Full Episode #138
Becoming a mother changes your life in so many ways, including financially. Suddenly there is a plethora of new expenses to worry about, college savings to start putting away, all while still remembering to take care of yourself and your future. Kimberly Palmer (@KimberlyPalmer), author of “Smart Mom, Rich Mom,” is here to bring you the tools you need to adjust to financial life as a mom.
There is a lot of preparation that goes into having a baby. You need to get clothes, prepare a room, stock up on diapers, and so many other things. Kimberly Palmer (@KimberlyPalmer) encourages expecting mothers not to forget to factor in financial strains after having a baby, and if possible to start saving as soon as you know you’re expecting.
Our next subject is something that people often don’t want to think about or deal with – insurance. It’s imperative to protect your family, and both life and disability insurance can help alleviate some of the strain that can befall a family should the unthinkable occur. More on this from Kimberly Palmer (@KimberlyPalmer).
We all want to give our kids the best start in life, and a big part of that begins with nutrition when they’re babies. It can be difficult to identify the prime choice, especially since most purees contain ingredients that are unfamiliar and unnatural. Alyson Eberle, Founder of Pure Spoon (@purespoon), faced this very dilemma with her daughter. Listen in to find out what she did to put nutrition first.
How does Alyson Eberle, Founder of Pure Spoon (@purespoon), juggle entrepreneurship with being a mother? While it can be difficult to strike a balance, Alyson makes sure she always has time for her daughter and is respectful of that time they have together. We also ask for her advice on what to do if you think you have a marketable idea, but can’t seem to get started.
As a working mother and business owner, what does Alyson Eberle (@purespoon) hope to teach her daughter?
Find out more about Pure Spoon, including where you can try out the product, here.
CreditsHost: Bettina Bush
Producer: Jason Masters
Production Asst.: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Sara Antonuccio