Historically, we have had to rely on our fathers or husbands for financial stability. That often left women in unhappy marriages, unable to pursue their dreams or feel truly free in their lives.
In September, I spoke at the brunch portion of Bossed Up Bootcamp in Washington, DC. It was an honor to be able to speak to the amazing women who had gathered together to learn how to craft sustainable careers and happy lives – especially because I was literally in their seats a year prior. O
As a financial coach for women, it is incredibly important to me that women are financially independent. I am passionate about helping women learn how to support themselves and use money as a catalyst to reach their dreams. Since today (November 25) is the International Day for the Elimination of Vi
Have you ever suddenly lost your job? Or needed a surprise root canal? Perhaps your car broke down, or your refrigerator stopped working. These unexpected moments in life can put you into debt if you’re not prepared. That’s why you need an emergency savings account to protect you. What
I’ve spoken before about the drama and anxiety that can exist around gift-giving. Weddings and birthdays can easily break the bank, and lead to stress and resentment. So even though wedding season may be coming to a close, the holidays are also right around the corner. But fear not, you don’t ha
Being an adult is overrated. We have to worry about being physically healthy, mentally healthy, spiritually healthy, and the one that everyone seems to forget about: financially healthy. So what does it really mean to be financially healthy? To everyone, the definition may be totally different, but
Living in the city while on a tight budget can be a struggle if you don’t think ahead. We all want ways to cut financial corners, but who has the time to be an extreme couponer?! Saving money while living big in the city is feasible, but it’s all about the habits you have (or start having today