Most people are pretty irrational about money sometimes, even the professionals. Knowing the ‘right’ course of action doesn’t always help when our emotions get involved. An ex-financial adviser and an ex-accountant discuss why that is.
Feel like your money situation never seems to change? Then you might have the wrong financial set point. Martha and Alex explain what that is and how to work yours out – and reset it to the level that's right for you.
Anyone in the UK can get free, expert debt advice. But not enough people know, and most who do, only ask for help when they've hit crisis. Martha and Alex talk about why that is, and what happens when you get debt advice.
The amount of choice in our lives can feel overwhelming, so how do we get to answers that work for us and our money? Martha and Alex tackle how to turn choice into decision in the second of a two-parter.
Modern life in the west means near unlimited choice, but is this actually a good thing? Or is it making us poorer and eroding our happiness. Martha and Alex delve into choice in the first of a two-parter.
Drama is no good for you or your money. Martha and Alex discuss the dramatic traps we can all fall into, and how to avoid them – especially if you've ever played the role of starving artist but failed to make any art…
People often ask us: has making Squanderlust changed how you handle money? Martha and Alex answer that very question, discuss their series 1 and 2 highlights, and talk about what's coming up in series 3.
Believing you're bad with money can be a self-fulfilling prophecy. It's an area of life where it really pays to be positive. Martha and Alex talk about the power of the mind over money, and how to harness it to sort your finances.