Episode Number: 108

Episode 108- Making Money Fun With Hey Berna

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Bernadette Anat, also known as Hey Berna, is your Financial Hype Woman. Berna makes money fun through videos and money memes. She is your go to example of how to get out of debt and live your best life. In episode 108, Berna shares how she paid off $50,000 in debt, ditched her corporate job at Instagram, and traveled the world for one year. Now she’s back and living life on her terms as an entrepreneur. 

In this episode you will learn:

  • How to have the “get debt free” conversation with your family and friends
  • A fun way to track your expenses—ditch the boring spreadsheets
  • The importance of making money rules for each paycheck
  • The impact an accountability partner can have on your financial freedom journey and why you need one

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  1. This was fun to listen to. I especially liked the part about making budgeting a fun activity, which is so important because budgeting burnout does happen. One thing I like to do is give funny headings to my expense categories. So instead of using “Food expenses” I’d write something like “Starvation Prevention”. It just helps lighten the mood a bit.

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