Money Memoir – Jen Louden

written by Bari Tessler October 1, 2013


One Month. 33 courageous souls. Baring their truth about money. One story at a time. We’re hosting a free, month-long gathering this October to bring our money stories out of the shadows and into the light. To enrich and connect this dear community. To spread a message of healing and love even farther. To bring more depth and intimacy to our money relationships than ever before. Grab a cuppa tea. Curl up with your favorite blanket. Bring your journal and make some time to connect with your own heart’s truth. Don’t miss a single story.  Sign up here to subscribe to the October Money Memoirs Series and get them delivered fresh in your inbox.

I rarely work with coaches, but Jen has been one of mine.  I love her.  She’s so funny and real, and she’s the very first person I interviewed for Money Memoirs.  Also, Jen is truly the perfect laid-back Queen to begin this beloved series. 

In this Money Memoir, Jen opens up about what happened when she received a small inheritance, how money affected her marriage, and what she’s taught her daughter about money.

Okay, press play, sit back, and enjoy this first Money Memoir!

About Jen 

Jen Louden is a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the self-care movement with her first book, “The Woman’s Comfort Book.” She’s the author of 5 additional books on well-being and whole living, including The Life Organizer, that have inspired more than a million women in 9 languages. Jen has spoken around the world on self-care, written a national magazine column, and even sat on Oprah’s couch talking about the power of retreats.  She believes self-love + world-love = wholeness for all.  Visit for fab free goodies and upcoming retreat schedule.

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