The purpose of my entire online platform is to help high-achieving moms, like you, live out their best financial future.
I share with you tips, tools, and practical information, to help you save money, improve your financial well-being, and recover your peace of mind.
My goal is to empower you to improve your quality of life through financial education.
They don’t teach us anywhere how to win with money!
I don’t know about you, but in my case, my parents didn’t talk much about money. It was one of those taboo topics.
But lack of information can lead to missed opportunities.
That’s why I share through my blog, videos, podcast, and social media, what I wish I knew about personal finance when I graduated from college, but that I didn’t learn until I was forced to figure things out after the 2008 Recession.
I will guide you through a simple process to transform your finances, recover your peace of mind, and pursue a fantastic life debt-free.
One of the smartest decisions I have made is to pursue a debt-free lifestyle.
I learned that becoming 100% debt-free is the fastest way of building wealth. But to get there, you need to take care of your income and expenses by adopting good money habits.
So, to help you improve your financial well-being and reduce stress, answer the following questions and take action.
1. Do You Have a Budget?
If the answer is no, that’s the first thing we need to take care of.
Download a free copy of my budgeting tool, The Budget Pad, and get a clear snapshot of your monthly expenses.
We need objective information to make good money decisions. Much of our financial anxiety is the result of not knowing our numbers. So, it is very important to get in the habit of creating a monthly budget before the month begins, tracking expenses, and sticking to the plan.
2. Is Your Debt Stressing You Out?
I know what it feels like to be terrified about opening your credit card statements or checking your bank account balance. But we are not going to allow debt to steal our peace of mind anymore!
The Debt Snowball Method
I used to believe that having credit cards, nice cars, and all the things was a sign of success. But when you get all of that with debt, it becomes a source of stress. And after climbing out of our financial whole almost ten years ago, I really value not having to stress about owing money to anybody.
So yes, I will encourage you to get rid of all your consumer debts, and to do that ASAP! The Debt Snowball Method is the most effective way to make progress.
3. Do You Have A Plan To Win With Money?
There are many ways to get ahead financially; they all take discipline, time, and a lot of work. But believe me, not having to worry about paying bills is a feeling hard to match.
Although I learned about many methods to increase your net worth, I really believe that the most sustainable one is taught by financial guru Dave Ramsey. His approach combines common sense, grandma’s money principles, and also the financial lessons found in the Bible.
It was Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps that I put into practice to transform my finances and life. Things changed so much and for the better
With my personal experience getting back on our feet after the Recession, my professional training as a journalist, and my specialized
4. Have You Accessed My Resource Library?
Access my free resource library to download my step-by-step printable guides on topics such as:
- How to Organize your Income, Track Expenses & Save Money
- How to Save Money and Stop Living Paycheck-to-Paycheck
- The Debt Snowball Method Explained
- Dave Ramsey’s Seven Baby Steps to Win With Money
- How to Keep a Good Credit Score Without Being in Debt
- How to Get Your Free Credit Report & Six Good Reasons to Check it Now!
5. Do You Need Personalized Help To Make a Plan?
You might be wondering if getting help to gain control of your money is a frivolous expense. I believe that finding support and investing in yourself is the best decision you can make to get ahead.
A financial coach is a great asset whether you are still early in your journey or feeling like you don’t want to leave your children carrying your financial burdens. I will offer a fresh perspective and teach you the most effective strategies to help resolve your money issues.
Working with me will help you get rid of that constant feeling of having more money going out than coming in. So, whether you are trying to get out of debt, survive a divorce, or are even considering bankruptcy, financial coaching is the right choice for you.
6. Do You Want To Host a Financial Wellness Workshop?
If you are looking for a group learning experience for your organization, check out my financial wellness workshops section. There are a lot of benefits of investing in the well-being of your team members. For starters, people are more productive and make
My main areas of focus are:
- Money Management & Budgeting
- Debt Management & Elimination
- Planning Your Best Financial Future
I can also customize my workshops for your small group, organization, or company’s needs.
7. And Last But Not Least, Are We Friends on Social Media?
Connect with me and subscribe to my YouTube channel. I also have a lot of resources on my Spanish language platform. So if you have friends or family members who rather learn in Spanish, make sure they check out that content as well.
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