Finally realized that having wealth isn't about the money, but about the power of choice
Tripled my income in five years while having two kids
Paid off all of my consumer debt and student loans
Once I took the leap things got easier. And the results? Well they were nothing short of magical. i finally:
Each of us comes from a different background, which completely impacts the way we manage our money. As a woman who believes in financial equity, it’s extremely we are vocal in acknowledging the difficulties we face, and providing ourselves with the tools we need to succeed and be heard.
We don't preach frugality, we don't expect you to be perfect, and we certainly realize that money isn't a one-size-fits-all solution. Instead, we tell stories of wins and failures when it comes to money and create a healthy vision of what financial success looks like — for you and only you.
So let's be friends.
My partner and kids
A workout class or run
Die With Zero
If those chubby cheeks can't make you smile — idk what will.
My partner in crime, Nic. He is my number one fan and biggest supporter.
The broken arm and A&W hat say it was all about the 90s, baby!
The day I got engaged was the first time I realized I had to take control of my finances.
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I'm only in the first week and I LOVE your journal!!! I'll probably repurchase over and over.
I just wanted to say THANK YOU for everything you post. Your content is my favourite. Even when the topic isn't 100% something I need, I learn something new.
It's so refreshing to see someone post financial information with complete humility, without a massive ego, without constant money grabs, and just genuinely wanting to help. Thank you!
I love how you really look at all the possibilities and acknowledge there are so many moving parts to someone's identity and journey.