This week on A Healthier Charlotte: Financial Health
Posted on 17 Jan 2012 by Bobby DeMuro
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This week on A Healthier Charlotte, we explore the relationship between your bank account, and your overall health.
Whether it be financial responsibilities, bill-paying anxiety, health care costs, or anything in between, money can have a large effect on your physical, emotional, and psychological health. So, four experts on various aspects of finances and psychology join the show this week to examine money’s role in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Our two-part panel:
Jon Davis, Elements 2 Lead. After joining us to discuss goals on a previous episode, Jon is back on set to discuss how a fulfilling career must just be a part of the overall puzzle of health and wellness.
Mark Bruinooge, Tykoon. Mark is a founder of the Charlotte-based startup Tykoon, that uses technology to teach children and families how to budget, save, and invest money.
Courtenay Wardell, Charlotte Smarty Pants. Courtenay is the Vice President of Charlotte Smarty Pants and an expert on financial health for families.
Dr. Frank Gaskill, Southeast Psych. Dr. Gaskill is a Psychologist and the Founder of Southeast Psych, working with children, adolescents, and adults in a family-based approach.
What About You?
Do you think finances are tied to your health? Ever seen a physical manifestation (stress, anxiety, weight gain, whatever) come from financial issues or problems? We’d love to hear your take on if and how your finances are tied to your health, and what you do to make sure you live healthy, wealthy, and wise!