My Money Story: How Chaka Is Paying Off $47,000 in 18 Months

My Money Story: How Chaka Is Paying Off $47,000 in 18 Months

Chaka is currently in the thick of paying off over $47,000 in debt. So far she's paid well over $24,000 off and is planning a full pay off by May 2018. The birth of her first child and realizing that she could be saving $1,000 a month if she wasn't making debt payments was her turning point. She's sharing her progress with us.

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My Money Story: Violet Has Saved $90,000 Over The Last 12 Years!

My Money Story: Violet Has Saved $90,000 Over The Last 12 Years!

Meet Violet! She's saved ~$90,000 in 12 years after realizing that most people in her field were living paycheck to paycheck and she didn't want to end up broke. Now she's focused on her financial future and building long term wealth. She's made great progress and has some major plans to take her wealth building efforts to the next level. Enjoy her story!

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6 Of My Favorite Career Websites By Women

6 Of My Favorite Career Websites By Women

Your career is a major factor in your life. Not only does it tie into your overall happiness (there's nothing worse than hating your job - it can affect almost every area of your time), it is also a major determinant on how much money you earn over the course of your working life which in turn impacts how much you are able to save and invest for your future self.

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How To Create A Realistic Budget For Your Wedding

How To Create A Realistic Budget For Your Wedding

Once you've gotten past the euphoria of being newly engaged one of the first things you'll need to do after setting a date for your wedding is to create a budget for your big day. While you may have probably laid out the wedding of your dreams in your mind (the amazing venue, the designer dress, those gorgeous florals), it's important that you set a realistic budget for your wedding day to ensure you don't derail your long term financial goals. 

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