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Are these 3 things making you doubt your money skills?

In my experience, women are more likely to believe we are not good enough, versus the (actually very likely) opposite view that we are exactly as good as we need to be. If I think about my own life, and... Continue Reading →

The Fierce Girl’s Guide to Divorce Part I: The Emotional Stuff

It's about time I wrote this series. Even if you are happily married , you might want to read it. Because chances are, at some point, one of your friends is going to get the Big D (and not the... Continue Reading →

Is your inner mean girl sabotaging your finances? Probably.

Sometimes we really aren't very good friends to ourselves. We give ourselves bad advice, say mean things and don't tell the truth. If I had a friend like that I'd nope the hell out of there. Unfortunately, I'm stuck with... Continue Reading →

Do ONE thing to get ahead with your money

Here's the thing. Adulting is A LOT. A lot of tasks. A lot of responsibilities. A lot of items on the ‘live your best life’ self-improvement list. If watching Miss Americana taught me one thing (and look, it taught me... Continue Reading →

Four ways to feel better about the annual holiday shitshow

Remember those columns in women's magazines with a list of 'better' food options? Swap this delicious-but-fattening food for that not-at-all-delicious-but-low-cal food! Sorry New Weekly, but yogurt with carrot sticks is in no way equivalent to a creamy blue cheese on... Continue Reading →

Want to get rich in 2020? Start here…

“How do I get rich?” This was the question posed to me by Mike the chef and impresario at B&H Deli, East Village, New York City. Yes, I am in New York. Please allow me one smug mention of the... Continue Reading →

Why investing is just like wearing false eyelashes: the pep talk you’ve been waiting for

A long time ago I bought a variety box from Sephora that came with a set of Huda Beauty false eyelashes.  I often looked wistfully at this wonderful creation. If only I were that kind of woman. You know, the... Continue Reading →

From Arts student to Finance nerd: if I can invest, then you can too

I'm the least likely finance blogger. I dropped maths in Year 12. Messed up chemistry because 'I didn't know there'd be so much maths in it!'. Picked a university course devoted to History, English, French and Latin. Because of course... Continue Reading →

Fear, failure, shame: are there red flags in your relationship with money?

Money is never just money. Money is feelings. Money is fear or worry or failure or shame. It's hope or excitement or success or freedom. It's a currency that we use to communicate things. How much you spend on a... Continue Reading →

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