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Brunch & Blog
Chicken chilaquiles to start off this Brunch & Budget at El Camion. Yes please!
insanely good #brunchandbudget last week at@krupagrocery. First time ever having bone marrow. Whoooooaaaaa I haven’t lived until that day.
“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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
Maybe it’s the last thing you want to talk about, maybe it’s the first thing on your mind when you meet someone, and chances are one of you feels one way and one of you feels the other. Talking about money is never easy. We were never taught how to talk about it without feeling[…]
A friend and I went shoe shopping in Herald Square this week. I thought I was good at haggling, but watching her work the sales associates made me feel like I’ve overpaid for everything my entire life because I just didn’t take it there. “Are there any deals or discounts we should know about?” she would[…]
Estate planning is one of those things that is just never going to be fun to think about. First of all, it sounds like it’s something only really rich people do, and then, when you realize you need one too, it’s all about the worst case scenario. What happens to my finances if something happens[…]