January 21, 2018

For years, I’ve heard a term that truly baffled me. “Student loans are ‘good’ debt.” I always thought to myself, whose student loans are they talking about? From what I saw, student loans are one of the most difficult debt to clear when you declare bankruptcy. Student...

July 23, 2017

In preparation for this piece, I have interviewed a real estate associate, who has been in the industry for 10 plus years, and a first-time home buyer, 1 year after her purchase. Think of the questions you would want to ask your future self 1 year after you bought your...

May 7, 2017

This piece is for my young Millennials who have graduated from college, and find themselves asking “okay, now what?” We are going to discuss the things you need to know to get an apartment.

Now before we begin, I would like to preface by saying this, I am not a fan of p...

April 30, 2017

When you’re at the ages 20-35, retirement may seem like a lifetime away, especially when you have student loans knocking at your door…window, bathroom stall- you get the picture. Nevertheless, the show must go on, and time waits for no one. Now, if clearing away your d...

March 26, 2017

Adulting- a termed coined by the Millennial and Generation Z population, primarily referring to performing tasks that are commonly associated with being an adult. However, simply from observation and conversation, it seems that a good portion of us feel like we’re fail...

January 31, 2017

Before I lead you on, the answer is yes. This is a slightly clever take on our timeless childhood snow days, but we’ll get into that later.

If you’ve been following my pieces, we’ve discussed how to determine your current financial status, budgeting, and incorporating f...

December 18, 2016

Love and money is not a foreign pairing. Some people think of their love for money, or perhaps choosing love over money, but how many of us think about combining our money with the one we love? Money, not just meaning our income, but also our financial status- loans, c...

November 1, 2016

Saving and budgeting has gotten a negative reputation. I’ve heard comments like “You’ll never save enough, so what’s the point. There’s always something to spend money on, so saving is unrealistic.” And to those comments, I politely and passionately disagree. However,...

April 14, 2015

Millennials are exceptional. Our generation is responsible for the upswing of social media, Uber and countless other service apps. We’re at the height, or approaching it, of a new technology based world that promises opportunities.

But with that comes competing with eac...

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