Had the opportunity to sit down with Amberly, the founder of Mamie Til Mobily, In on the Mamie Taught Me Podcast and chat about the importance of having an abundance vs. a scarcity mindset. Want to hear more about it? Check out the Mamie Taught Me Podcast located on iTunes and Soundcloud. […]
Had the opportunity to sit down with Bola, the founder of Clever Girl Finance on the Clever Girls Know Podcast and chat about travel hacking and money. Yes, it’s super effective when you want to travel the world. Want to hear more about it? Check out the Clever Girls Know Podcast located on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. […]
You made your list for the holidays and you realize there are more people on your list than expected. Then you look at your budget and the numbers don’t add up. Ohh I know the feeling especially if you have a lot of friends and family. The struggle is real, but there is a method to keeping all your gift giving within your budget if you do it right. It all about getting creative, tapping into your talents, and resources. […]
Fall happens to be one of my favorite times of the year. As the leaves start falling off of the trees, the temperature gets colder. The holiday cheer and generosity starts to show especially in New York. Living in New York has made me love this time of the year especially because of how it transforms the whole mood of the city. […]
Special guest: Felicia Blaise from FeliciaBlaise.com (@feliciablaise)! Listen to Felicia SCHOOL me about traveling, paying off debt, budgeting, hustling & more! […]
Felicia Blaise is the resource plug for Millennials who want to spend less and travel more.
As a new graduate living on her own, she found juggling her living expenses, settling into a new city and student loan payments all at once, a major challenge. […]
My love for traveling started when I was in college. I studied abroad in Costa Rica for a few months and learned so much about myself. In fact, it helped change my perspective on life. It allowed me to appreciate someone else’s culture other than my own,. This is why I value cultural immersive experiences so much. […]
Tax refund season is probably one of the most “looking forward to” seasons besides Christmas or any other holiday that you may enjoy. Who doesn’t enjoy getting back some money from the IRS at the beginning of the year? […]
What was your “enough is enough” moment?
I was randomly going through my old money plans on my Google Drive when I had an epiphany and realized I’ve had the same credit card debt for 8 years. Then I thought about the amount of my hard earned dollars I was giving away to the credit card companies and “enough was enough”. As a black woman I wanted more than a negative net worth.
Having multiple savings accounts allows you to separate your savings for different goals and purposes instead of having everything in one large lump sum. Imagine raiding your emergency savings for those big purchases, when you know you shouldn’t be touching it in the first place. By having multiple savings accounts, it puts you ahead of the game. […]