Let's cut to the chase.
There are a lot of things you want. You want the house. You want the car. You want the experiences. You want to no longer feel like you're broke and struggling. You're tired of seeing everyone else getting their stuff together.
It's your turn!
The problem is, right now your wants are more than you can afford. I get it. I've also been through the struggle, and I'm here to help you get the money thing figured out.
how I fit into the picture
I'm passionate about helping you (my people) create a plan that works for you. Money is the big scary thing that's taboo and when we make mistakes it can feel like we're too far gone.
As for the credential stuff. I have that. I'm a Certified Financial Education Instructor, and I've spent the last four years working in the personal finance industry as a finance writer reporting on money news, investigating consumer products, and creating financial literacy curriculum. My work has been featured on Enterpeneur.com, MagnifyMoney.com, The Huffington Post, and more.
The "done for you budget" package
Breathe a sigh of relief, friend.
I'm in your corner to help you create an "un-broke" plan. After working through the "DONE FOR YOU BUDGET" package, you'll have a strategy to reach your goals.
Here's how the process works.
You send me your income and expenses (confidential, of course).
We schedule a 30-minute session to discuss your financial situation and goals.
I create your budget and money plan of action.
We have another 30-minute pow-wow to walk through your budget and money plan.
You get 30-days of unlimited email access to ask me questions.
Book a one-on-one spot for $149*
Let's schedule the first 30-minute chit-chat to identify your goals and where you're struggling so we can create your plan of action.
*I'm a money coach and am 100% committed to your financial success. Because of this, I dissuade you from putting my one-on-one fee on a credit card unless you're also 100% committed to the process. If you're committed, I can help you locate ways to earn more and save more to cover the investment, and then some.