By Audrey Cade
Many of us have a love-hate relationship with money. We sure love all the things it can do for us (e.g. stability, security, and buying all the things we need and enjoy), but it can be a real headache to manage! Divorce can make us even more uncertain about our finances. Do we have enough money? How do we protect what we have? With all the changes happening from divorce, what will the future hold?
Some of us had limited involvement in our finances while we were married, while others were left to clean up big messes left by former spouses. Whatever the situation, divorce adds plenty of complications and prompts some serious changes.
Before stressing too much about the best financial strategies to employ, just know that Worthy has your back. On March 15th, we’re launching a quiz to help our Worthy women tackle financial independence after divorce.
So, where does financial independence begin after divorce? The first step is to know where you currently stand so that you know what steps you may need to take to grow and improve. That’s why we designed our Wealth Warriors Quiz! By taking the quiz, you will be able to assess where you are on the path to financial independence.
Are you a Captain, a woman who wasn’t previously in the driver’s seat of her finances, but who is ready to learn whatever she can and be in command? Great! Worthy has all kinds of expert financial advice to steer you on the right course.
Are you a Gladiator, a woman who has already waged some fierce battles against debt and some of the rather unpleasant financial surprises that divorce can bring? You’re in the right place, because an army of other warriors who know what you’ve been through are here to lend their support and wisdom!
Are you a Conqueror, a woman who is turning the tables on divorce by using it as a springboard for future success? We’ve got experts ready to help you overcome all the obstacles in the way of making your dreams come true so that you can launch your career and financial stability beyond imagination!
Are you an Empress, a woman who has commanded her empire through the dark days of divorce, and is standing strong despite it all? Divorce may have shaken things up around your kingdom; but, Empress, you’re poised to hold onto everything you have, to grow your domain even further, and you’ll rule it all your way!
No matter what kind of wealth warrior you are now, there are always new things to learn and steps that can be taken to become even stronger and more in charge of all you command! Worthy is committed to helping women reign supreme over their own destinies! As if financial independence wasn’t already an amazing victory, Worthy has special prizes for participants including the chance to win $1,000 and $600 worth of free consultation from financial advisor Laurie Itkin!
Now is the time to overcome fears, educate ourselves, set goals, and become comfortable in the territory of personal finance so that we can achieve the independence we need to take care of our families, thrive, and make our dreams come true! Let’s celebrate what we have accomplished and make a battle plan for what’s yet to come!
Stay tuned for the Wealth Warriors Quiz!
About the Author
Audrey Cade is the author of “Divorce Matters: help for hurting hearts and why divorce is sometimes the best decision” (on Amazon) and the matriarch of a blended family of eight. She is an experienced “divorce warrior” in the areas of co-parenting, step parenting, parental alienation, and re-marriage, and enjoys sharing these experiences with others who are also committed to raising happy and healthy kids. Audrey’s professional experience is as a case manager social worker with the developmentally disabled, families with young children, and homeless populations. She holds degrees in Early Childhood Education, Human Service & Management, and a Master’s in Psychology. She enjoys family outings, a variety of arts and crafts, cooking, gardening, and writing. She is a featured blogger for Divorced Moms, has work regularly appearing on Divorce Force, and articles appearing in Step Mom Magazine, The Good Men Project, and others.