Billed as a “fun interactive way to talk about the difficult topic of money in a fun, nonjudgmental and constructive way,” this is an example of an Extension workshop based on Money Habitudes. A way to engage a new audience on career choices and financial education, this money values workshop goes beyond using Money Habitudes as a financial icebreaker.
What is the real issue when…
- Responsible individuals go into debt?
- A friend or relative is always borrowing money?
- Someone never lets others pay the bill?
- Couples argue about finances?
- Individuals know there’s a need to save or invest for the future, but don’t do it?
- People keep debts, gifts, spending, investments a secret from their spouse.
- Someone ignores their financial reality to live a more expensive lifestyle?
Is Money the Problem?
It’s Money Habitudes—habits, and attitudes related to money.
Bloomington United Methodist
225 Congress St., Bloomington, WI
November 2, 2011
Join us for a fun interactive way to talk about the difficult topic of money in a fun, nonjudgmental and constructive way. Discover
how our habits and attitudes about money support or sabotage our lives, relationships, careers and financial goals.
Family Living Agent
UW Extension Grant County