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Life isn’t about cringing every time you run your credit card through a cash register or dodging calls from bill collectors. It’s not about the next paycheck, next rent check, next job, next in line. Life is about finding your why.
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Brunch & Blog
It’s been another great year for the Brunch & Budget Podcast! We’ve had some amazing opportunities in 2016 to partner with great organizations like the CFED (Corporation for Enterprise Development), started a new interview series called #DeadDayJobArmy featuring entrepreneurs of color, and crossed over 130 shows providing financial education, advice, and context for how big Read more about Top 10 most popular b&b podcasts in 2016[…]
It was quite the Independence Day when we filmed this Brunch Bite video, guest starring Chaz Kangas (in one of his two (yes two!) July 4th outfits of the day). Right before we lit some fireworks, we wanted to share the best piece of financial advice we’ve ever received, click below to watch: What’s the Read more about Brunch Bite VIDEO: The best piece of financial advice we’ve ever received[…]
Dyalekt and I were lucky to celebrate Canada’s Independence Day in Canada and America’s Independence Day in America this year. So we thought we do a video on how to become financially independent! Watch this quick video on the number one way to create financial independence and be in control of your money: We’ve done a number of Read more about Brunch Bite VIDEO: How to truly become financially independent[…]
Dyalekt and I celebrated Juneteenth last week in Ashland, OR, at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In honor of the celebration, we shot a video on the economics of fried chicken and watermelon and why it’s so important to let no one (NO ONE) define your grind: There is no such thing as what an entrepreneur Read more about Brunch Bite VIDEO – Don’t Let Anyone Define Your Grind[…]
Last week, Dyalekt and I did a couples & money workshop for Levo League in San Francisco and shot a video with a quick tip on talking to your honey about money: We’ve run into some alarming stats when it comes to talking to your partner about each other’s finances, including this one from the Read more about Brunch Bite VIDEO – How to talk to your honey about money[…]
“How do I start investing?” is probably one of the top 3 questions I get asked when I meet with someone. If you’ve never invested in the stock market before or the closest you’ve come is checking a box (and crossing your fingers) on your 401k, this question can feel like opening up a Pandora’s Read more about The accidental investment experiment OR Investing for Dummylekt | Money for the weekend[…]
We did it. We are about to air our 100th Bondfire Radio episode today at 2pm. We recorded it last night at our Airbnb in CA. It felt like it went by so fast. For the last 100 weeks of our lives, we created something and put it out into the world, never fail. Hopefully Read more about Stop being distracted by an imaginary measuring stick: The 100th Episode Manifesto[…]
April is Financial Literacy Month (among other things) and we hear these words together a lot, but what does it really mean to be financially literate? And if we’re going to ask that question, then I have to ask, does being financially literate mean you actually have your finances together? In the process of digging Read more about Forget financially literate, here’s how to become financially capable | Money for the Weekend[…]
I was talking to a friend last week about her finances (of course) and one of the things she said that really struck me was that she had no idea what progress looked like when it came to her money. This same week, I had several clients separately – and excitedly – share with me that they either paid Read more about How do you know what progress looks like when it comes to your finances?[…]
I ended up taking an accidental 3-week hiatus on sending out newsletters this week because I was busy getting married, and oh my gosh, is that time consuming no matter how “low key” you think you made it! We just had our big Pie Day Wedding Celebration in NYC on 3/13 and suddenly, my corporate Read more about What if your taxes could be done at the push of a button?[…]