women and money

Money Money Money

Money Money Money

What would it look like if you increased your salary this year?

Well, we don't want to keep you from the secret sauce, so we are going to let you in on some tips, events, and information to get you ready.

8 Terms To Know Before You Invest

8 Terms To Know Before You Invest

“Women aren’t afraid of money, we have to learn how to establish a new relationship with it. Money is sexy.”  

A colleague said this to me once, and I couldn’t agree more, sister! It’s important to empower women around financial literacy. Last week, we told you how to start investing. In the final part of our series, we want to share 8 terms every woman should know once you’re ready to start investing.
 

Investing Even If You Feel Broke

Investing Even If You Feel Broke

I used to be one of those people who thought I could never invest because I wasn’t rich. After reading several investment books, I quickly realized that I was completely wrong. You don’t have to be rich to invest at all. The only thing you need is patience and a little self-control, and luckily, both of those don’t cost a thing! I started investing with less than $100. If you feel broke now, it’s a good bet you don’t want to feel the same way 20 years from now. 

Here are some things that helped me along the way...

Making the Ask: Woman UP!

Making the Ask:  Woman UP!

Have you ever been afraid to ask for something? Maybe it was a small thing: like borrowing a cup of sugar from a neighbor, or asking a friend to take you to the airport. I hate asking other people for things. Unless I absolutely need something, I won’t ask (and even then, I’d still lean towards not asking).

Then one day, I found out you could (and should) ask for more at work. This, of course, can go two ways: 1) Ask for more work and responsibility, or 2) Ask for more money. Have you tried either one?