Is Your Money Nerve Being Pinched? 

Check out some pain-free practical tips in our blog to help you on your journey in achieving financial freedom.


When it comes to our money and finances, we all have one question.

What is the best thing I can do with my money?


Not knowing how to answer this question leaves us feeling frustrated and lost.
The Money Nerve is here to help you find out what the best thing is for your specific situation through articles written by Bob Wheeler, experts in their fields of study, and by our team.

You will find great articles and practical tips on ways to save more money and plan for your future, and we also tackle the emotional side of your finances. When you become aware of the connection between the practical and emotional aspects of your finances, life will change.

Whether you want more information on starting an emergency fund, saving towards retirement, or just looking for ways to think and feel differently towards money; there is something here for everyone!

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In today’s world, personal finance is a topic on everyone’s mind. But when it comes to improving your financial literacy and health, many struggle with getting started. The good news? Just taking a few small steps can lead to some major changes.

Saving Money in Clear Banks

If you did not learn any money skills from your parents, many financial therapists advise using a clear bank or large jar as an excellent way to begin saving money.

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