• 9 Steps to Help You Get Back on Track With Your Finances

      Despite our best intentions, we all inevitably seem to go through financial setbacks that catch us off-guard and throw off our financial progress. Mine came in 2017, when my ex-husband and I decided to end our marriage. Between the discrepancy in our incomes (I made way less than he did), the costs associated with […]

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  • How to Start a Side Hustle and Make More Money

      One of the most important lessons I’ve learned, both through working with money coaching clients and through my own money journey, is that the best way to reach any financial goal faster is to increase your income. Wanna pay off debt? Increase your income, and you’ll pay it off faster. Wanna save up to […]

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  • How to Budget With an Irregular Income

      When I first started budgeting, I had a regular full-time job and knew exactly how much would be on each paycheck. I loved the sense of control that came with it. I knew exactly how much I made and how much I spent.  But within a few years, things looked very different. I had […]

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  • 9 Reasons Your Budget Isn’t Working

      Like many people, my first attempts at budgeting were a complete failure. I would get really motivated to get my finances on track and spend a ton of time putting together a budget.  But then one thing would go wrong, and I’d completely abandon the entire thing. It was an endless cycle that repeated […]

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  • How to Talk to Your Partner About Money Without Fighting

      In my first marriage, money was one of the biggest points of contention. We would fight about our spending habits and our lack of savings. I never really felt like I was invited to the table to talk about money, and so it became a topic of resentment. When Brandon and I started talking […]

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  • 5 Money Mindset Shifts to Help You Pay Off Your Debt

      When Brandon and I got engaged, I knew that I wanted to come up with a plan to pay off our debt more quickly. After all, we had a combined six-figures of debt, and I didn’t want that hanging over our heads for decades.  I knew that much debt would be a lot of […]

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