Personal finance for young professionals who want to indulge their champagne tastes with a beer budget, optimize their spending, and learn to invest for a financially independent future.
Are you a low, middle, or high-income earner who can make ends meet, saves a little money, and maybe has a 401k through work, but doesn’t know how to start moving your investments forward? This post is for you.
Y'all, our student loan officer in law school would cheerily tell us each semester "oh well, it's just another drop in the bucket!" In retrospect, we should have tarred and feathered her or something…
Apparently I’d committed the cardinal sin of incorrectly closing my Ziplock bowl, which is always punishable by inconvenient leaks and sometimes by death of any nearby electronics.
You ready for some dry AF health insurance talk? I know I am!
ALL Y’ALL NEED THERAPY DON’T @ ME. However, some people need regular mental health maintenance, including therapy, consisently and urgently, and that’s primarily who I’m addressing today.
To me, taking care of your body is the most important and ultimately beneficial part of any financial journey; thus, the cost of doing so outweighs any current savings you may gain by eliminating your gym membership bill.
Do not take pride in neglecting your physical health in the name of benefitting your financial health. It. is. not. worth. it.
So obviously, my plan is first to hit you with a list of Major Money Mistakes I’ve made in my life because that will certainly engender your trust. Right? Cool. Let’s do it.
You have #NoRagrets? Like, not even a single letter?