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Don’t Set Financial Goals. Do This Instead.

I was listening to a podcast a few years ago and the host asked listeners to “reflect on your financial goals. What are they?” Maybe I was in a particularly grumpy mood that day but the snarky response in my head was, “to have enough money. Ugh, I hate that question.”...

Books To Read In 2018 To Change Your Money And Your Life

You guys. I am beyond excited to share my reading list for 2018 (and hopefully have you join in). Every year I make the vague resolve to read more. Then halfway through the year, I realize I’ve only picked up a handful of books, most of which constitute beach reads....

Our 2018 Goals

Every year I make resolutions or set goals in January. But to be honest, I have a 50/50 success rate. There have been a few years that I’ve absolutely stuck to what I’ve said I want to do (like that year I gave up bottled water). And then there are others where I’ve...

How Changing My Morning Routine Changed My Money

I have a confession to make: I’m an annoying morning person. And I swear, it gets worse with every year that passes. I’m that overnight guest you never want to have because I’m up at 6:30 am trying to sneak through your kitchen to find coffee. I made a rule for myself...

Why Money Is So Important In Your Career

I was at dinner a couple of months ago with a group of ladies I’d just met. As we were getting to know each other, the conversation turned to what we all did for work. When I shared that I help women make the best money and career decisions they can make, the...

The 5 Money And Career Lessons That Led Me Here

I’ve been lucky so far to have a varied career. I started off as a CPA for PwC auditing large banks during the financial crisis (super interesting, incredibly exhausting). I went to business school at Duke to broaden my skillset and take me in a different direction...

“So. What do you do?

Having a strong message not only opens doors, it makes me feel that much better about who I am, what I do, and what my future holds.

Ditch Imposter Syndrome

Let’s be clear: you’re kind of a big deal. But in the hustle (and occasional grind) of the workplace, you sometimes feel a little inadequate. Here’s how to stop that.

Today, we get to work

Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, yesterday was a day of reflection. There were so many emotions, and unfortunately for many women, one of the overwhelming emotions was disappointment. The glass ceiling that was expected to be shattered with hard...

4 Ways To Be More Confident At Work

This article first appeared on Forbes.com. Most of us have had a workplace moment like this: We look at a colleague who was just given a promotion or a raise and think, “I know just as much as he does. How did he get that promotion while I’m still stuck in this same...

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It’s time to use money as a tool to live a better life. And not just when you’re 65. A better life now. Let’s spend the next 24 hours re-thinking your money. Grab my FREE guide and start your 5 simple steps today!

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No Budget Workbook The Worth Project

Managing your money doesn’t need to take all day.

This is a simple way to put your money on auto-pilot and create the ever so important habit of happiness when it comes to spending. This is easy – and good – and will leave you spending less than an hour each month thinking about your bank account.

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