One of the reasons so many people give up on budgeting is that it makes them nervous. It reminds them that they are irresponsible, makes them feel overwhelmed and it creates angst where there may not have been any. The fact is that you need to create a budget but you may not want to.… Read More “Budget” isn’t a dirty word
This week is Spring Break so I won’t be going live over in the Credit Savvy Diva Facebook group or creating graphics or writing content for the Credit Savvy Diva newsletter. It’s been 1 full year since I dedicated myself to the brand and here and I am taking an entire week off and praying… Read More It has been 2 years
Over the course of January the focus was on how to deal with creditors. In February, the focus will be on saving money – for emergencies, for retirement and for your child’s college education. Saving can be a really difficult thing for people, particularly those with a lot of debt or who aren’t sure when… Read More February Focus
When I was thinking about what direction I wanted to go when it came to my career, I realized that I had a wealth of financial knowledge (good and bad) but no where to share it. I knew that I didn’t want to go back to a traditional 9-5 with my girls in the picture.… Read More What is financial coaching?