Helping women take control of their financial lives
Money doesn't have to feel like a constant struggle
You followed the path that we were all told to follow. You got good grades, went to college, and landed a professional job. Great! You are thriving, right?
Then why does opening your bank statement make you sweat? Why does it feel like you are drowning in personal debt and student loans? Attempting to save up rarely works, and saving for retirement feels almost impossible.
You are smart and capable in other aspects of life, but money just feels like a constant struggle.
We tend to avoid the things that make us uncomfortable, which often makes the issues feel bigger and scarier than they really are. In working together, we will tackle your financial pain points in a gentle, but effective way. Soon, checking your account balances will bring excitement, not dread.
Enjoy yourself today, while still saving for the future
- Balance your current lifestyle with your long term goals
- Connect your spending with your values
- Implement strategies that fit your personality
According to American Student Assistance, 54% of young professionals say "Right now, paying off my student loans comes first and I'll worry about saving for retirement later"
You’ve probably heard that you “should” be saving more for retirement, but how are you supposed to fit that in with all of your other expenses? Finding a way to incorporate both short and long term financial goals, is critical to achieving financial stability.