Week 3: Damn you Debt!

Wooohooo we made it to Week number 3! Accurately entitled “Damn you Debt” because she’s a bitch, but sadly I only have myself to blame. This week we had a financial advisor come into the office and she was SO inspiring! She said it took her a long time to become comfortable talking about money and boy does that resonate with me. I’m not sure what I would do if someone I knew in real life read this blog. Internet friends are honestly the best. AnyTways, I’m rambling. Please check out the post below to see how I spent my … Continue reading Week 3: Damn you Debt!

Week 2: I am a FISCALLY responsible!

Hi, my loves! I’m attempting to get better with my finances by closely tracking my expenses. Guess what? You all are my accountability partners! Here’s how I spend my money in a week. (DISCLAIMER: This is obviously super inspired by Money Diaries by Refinery29) Money Diary Week 2 Day 1: Monday 4/8/2019 6:15 am – Today is the day! I wake up feeling refreshed and head to the gym for a quick 1-mile run. I do an 8fit workout and head back home to get ready for work. 7:45 am – My roommate has to be a work early today … Continue reading Week 2: I am a FISCALLY responsible!

Week #1 Money Diary Challenge: I’m addicted to Trader Joe’s

Hi, my loves! I’m attempting to get better with my finances by closely tracking my expenses. Guess what? You all are my accountability partners! Here’s how I spend my money in a week. (DISCLAIMER: This is obviously super inspired by Money Diaries by Refinery29) Day 1: Monday 4/1/2019 6:45 am – Woke up kinda early. Snoozed the 6:30 am alarm – one day I will make it to the gym before work! Got ready and did my current skincare routine (brows, mascara, Trader Joe’s rose facial oil). Feed my kitty and changed his liter. Walked to the train with my … Continue reading Week #1 Money Diary Challenge: I’m addicted to Trader Joe’s

Why Midterms Matter 2018

<M’Baku Voice> I have watched and listened from the mountains. I have watched with disgust as our country has been overseen by a child who scoffs at equality </M’Baku Voice> Praise the lord elections are nearly upon us. As we enter into the fourth quarter of 2018 we have a chance to really make a difference and stall (perhaps even impeach!) the misogynistic, fascist, racist, homophobic, and transphobic embarrassment we have of a president. For the purposes of this essay, I will refer to number 45 as “Some Rich Asshole” FYI – there’s a handy Chrome extension that will automatically … Continue reading Why Midterms Matter 2018

Review: Influencer by Brittany Hennessy

The Influencer by Brittany Hennessy is a one of a kind guide for starting a career as a social media influencer. I picked up a copy because I have always been fascinated by the lives of influencers and I wanted to learn more about the ends and outs of the business. It should be noted that Brittany Hennessy is not an influencer – she hired them on behalf of her clients at Hearst Magazines! This book is written from the unique perspective of someone who spends their time searching the web looking for fresh faces to keep clients i.e. Covergirl … Continue reading Review: Influencer by Brittany Hennessy