The Budgetnista’s Favorite Things for 2021

*Cue singing voice* Cash back and savings, rewards and discounts, investments and deposits in large amounts, and credit checks for FREE… These are a few of my faaaavvvoorite

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COVID-19 and Home Buying: 3 Universal Truths

One thing we know about the COVID-19 pandemic is that nothing is ever easy. NOT-A-THING… No surprise that thinking about buying a home in the midst of all

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Wait? I Need a Business Structure?

Psst, we’re talking business. Pull up a chair… I’ve chatted it up with bawse women around the world (shout out to my Dream Catchers), and many want to

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Debt Freedom Doesn’t Equal Wealth

Okay Dream Catcher, it’s time to tackle a common mindset misconception (and sometimes major barrier) to building wealth. It’s about debt…*nervous chuckle*. True or false statement: “I must

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13 tips to curb your spending

Ever get to the end of the month (or worse yet, mid-month) and think, “Wait, where did all my money go?” We hear time and time again that

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The Power of an Online-Only Savings Account

Saving money isn’t always fun. There, I said it! And, when you have to rely on yourself to take the money that’s sitting oh so prettily in your

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Your 3 Tools for Financial Wellness

  This is a sponsored post written in partnership with Prudential. All opinions expressed in this post are based on my personal view. – Hey, how are you doing?

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5 Steps to Financial Health

Hey hey hey! Question…Have you made financial mistakes in the past? Have some of your financial choices left you in bad shape? Have you experienced shame, sadness, and

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This FREE Tool Will Teach Your Child to Value Money

If you’re anything like me, you’ve given a gift to a child and wondered if they would use it or not. Recently Supergirl, my boo, Superman’s Daughter turned

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Family Spending Without Sacrificing

Hey Ladies! Today’s post was written for you by my frugal-fabulous friend Debby McGrew. Debby writes for Debt.org, America’s Debt Help Organization. Take it away D…. The decision to go

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