When it comes to spending, setting a good example for your kids can be tough.
For many of us it’s a case of – ‘do as I say, not as I do’.
We chatted to Mia Freedman, radio host Brigitte Duclos, fashion editor Penny McCarthy and actor and author Andrew Daddo about how they manage (or in some cases fail) to do it.
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