Stats and reports have confirmed that South Africans don’t have a healthy relationship with money. There are many contributing factors like the struggling rand, constant petrol and electricity price hikes and various inflationary pressures.

So what’s a healthy balance between being realistic about your financial standing and trying to live a lifestyle you desire or feel you should be living? And with that being said – how then do we cultivate a culture of saving as a step to financial freedom?

That’s the conversation we’re having today as we continue to observe National Savings month on #TheSitDownWomenomics

Guest: Sheila- Ann Robey

Sheila-Ann Robey is an accredited Financial Advisor with Liberty, and has been with the organisation since 2017. During her tenure at Liberty, Sheila has achieved High Flyer status and is currently one of the top writers for risk business in the organisation and has recently become a media spokesperson for Liberty.

Sheila is a qualified attorney, who specialised in professional indemnity law while on the practicing roll. She is currently completing her Master’s degree in Insurance Law through the University of South Africa, where after she aims to complete her qualification as a Certified Financial Planner. Sheila is also a mommy to an almost one year old, and a devoted wife.