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Latest Posts: Spend Smarter

How We Easily Doubled Our Savings While Living More

It’s no secret that I don’t adhere to tracking a strict budget. I know. I’m the black sheep of the personal finance world. I understand that tracking daily, weekly, or monthly is what really works for some people and I have nothing against it. But I swear, I’ve tried...

An Alternative Holiday Gift Guide

Once Halloween has gone, it’s a free pass for the internet to start advertising holiday gift guides and black Friday sales. Honestly, sometimes I get a little gift fatigue before the Thanksgiving turkey is slid into the oven. A few years ago I realized that there...

How Many Savings Accounts Should I Have?

A few years ago I was at a friend’s going away party and she pulled me over to meet her mom. When she introduced me, her mom instantly replied, “Oh you’re the one who helped Lauren set up all of her savings accounts!” Errr….I guess so? Is that really how I want to be...

Latest Posts: Make More

Side Hustle Ideas That Actually Help Your Career

One of the things that really gets me riled up is looking at articles that claim to have great ideas for side hustles for women. The article is usually accompanied by a horrible stock image of a woman holding a baby while balancing a laptop. And the suggestions...

I Negotiated our Rent. And it Feels Amazing.

A few weeks ago we were served with a letter from an agent letting us know that our lease is up and rent is increasing. We had just a couple of days to decide if we were staying at the higher price or if we’d pack our bags and try something new. Honestly, I was...

When Should You Ask for a Raise?

Figuring out when you should ask for a raise can be confusing. And because of that, most people ask too late. So when should you ask for a raise? It’s all broken down here.

Latest Posts: Live Bigger

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...

Latest Posts: Forbes Series: The Salary Chronicles

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