Episodes
It’s the episode you’ve always hoped for and never knew you needed –– my best friend Kristine interviews ME! We chat about #friendmoon, John Mulaney, our Zillow obsession, Timothée Chalamet, and how 2020 affected us personally. Lots of laughs, lots of tears, and the perfect way to end season one of Financial Feminist. Thank you so much for listening to the first season of the Financial Feminist. Learn more about Her First $100K and find show notes for this and previous episodes at...
Published 06/25/21
Published 06/25/21
In the final installment of this season’s Money Mondays, I’m taking on financial self-care –– what it is, what it isn’t, and how we can practice it to build a better relationship with our finances. In this episode, I’m taking you through my favorite financial self-care activity –– the Money Date. If you’ve tried to sit down and tackle your finances alone or with a partner and come out the other side exhausted and frustrated, this episode is for you. INSTAGRAM: ...
Published 06/21/21
When you think about climate change, your mind likely goes to natural disasters or rising sea levels. You may not realize that the climate crisis is negatively impacting your wallet and the greater financial landscape. In this episode, I chat with friend, client, and zero waste consultant Moji Igun of Blue Daisi Consulting about the impacts of climate change, both ecologically and financially, and how we can create a more sustainable world. Want to be a client like Moji? Work with me in...
Published 06/18/21
The #1 reason women don't invest is fear. Fear of getting started. Fear of “doing it wrong.” The implications of these fears are massive. So, this Money Monday, I’m walking you through the biggest questions I get about investing and sharing a few tools I have personally used to save my first $100K in the hopes that more women will push fear aside, and start taking control over their financial life. Join the waitlist for my new investing community: www.herfirst100k.com/waitlist Not sure...
Published 06/14/21
You’ve heard of the pay gap, but there’s an even bigger and more terrifying stat you should be worried about -- the wealth gap. I chat with this week’s guest, Sallie Krawcheck (Ellevest), about the wealth and investment gap between men and women, why women are not investing at the same rate as their male counterparts, and the tangible ways we can begin to close the gap. Sallie Krawcheck is the founder of Ellevest, a digital-first financial company built by women for women. Not sure where...
Published 06/11/21
If you’ve heard that credit cards are evil or credit scores aren’t necessary, I need you to stop what you’re doing and listen to this episode. On this week’s Money Monday episode of Financial Feminist, I’m doing my best to demystify the credit score and give you practical ways to increase yours for a better financial future. Not sure where to start with your finances? Take the free Money Personality Quiz to get tailored resources for your financial journey:...
Published 06/07/21
DO NOT MISS THIS EPISODE. Today’s guest, my friend and coaching client Tricia Cleppe, grew up sitting on the counters of cash and bail bonds stores -- and WHEW does she have some stories to share. I sat down with Tricia to take a deep dive into the history of racism in America, how the predatory cash and bail bonds industry targets and harms minorities, and how these industries can have a more ethical future. The daughter of a Filipino immigrant single mother living in the south, Tricia has...
Published 06/04/21
I’m finally answering the #1 question I get as a financial expert: “Where do I start?” Fear not! I’m walking you through the steps that will help you build your financial game plan from saving your first emergency fund, to paying off debt, and investing. Not sure where to start with your finances? Take the free Money Personality Quiz to get tailored resources for your financial journey: https://treasury.app/herfirst100k/money-journey-quiz The High Yield Savings Account I recommend...
Published 05/31/21
How does money affect BIPOC differently? What does the pay gap mean for women of color? In my conversation with Tiffany Aliche (you might know her as “The Budgetnista”), we talk about the racial wealth gap, the appraisal crisis, how to overcome money shame as a person of color, and the tangible ways white allies can support the BIPOC community and individuals. Tiffany Aliche, AKA the “The Budgetnista”, is an award-winning financial educator and author. Tiffany’s book, Get Good with Money is...
Published 05/28/21
In this week’s episode of Money Monday, I’m guiding you through a powerful money journaling prompt to help you discover where your money story began and how to shift your mindset and build new narratives. We want to hear your first money memory! Screenshot this episode, share your first money memory on Instagram stories, and tag us (@herfirst100k)! Not sure where to start with your finances? Take the free Money Personality Quiz to get tailored resources for your financial journey:...
Published 05/24/21
“Hey boss babe!” In this episode, we break down every shady practice that draws so many women into the MLM world and what it’s like to be a woman in male-dominated spaces. Our guest, Jane Marie, is a Peabody and Emmy award-winning journalist and owner of the LA-based podcast production company, Little Everywhere. Jane also hosts The Dream podcast, where she interviews men and women in the multi-level marketing and wellness industries. Follow Jane on Instagram:...
Published 05/21/21
It’s finally here! Welcome to episode one of the Financial Feminist -- a financial literacy podcast for women. In this episode, I’m sharing my “why” behind the Financial Feminist and dismantling the lies women have been fed by the patriarchy around money. If you’re excited for what’s to come, help us get the word out by sharing a screenshot of this episode on your socials and tag @herfirst100K. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a review! INSTAGRAM:...
Published 05/17/21
From the creator of Her First $100K, introducing Financial Feminist -- a financial literacy podcast for women. Financial Feminist is your new favorite source for inspiring interviews with bad-ass world-changing women about how money affects us differently, and the advice and guidance you need to make your first $100K and beyond. New episodes every Monday and Friday starting May 17th.. Subscribe and leave us a review to make sure you don’t miss out!
Published 05/03/21