Join Wealth Watchers… Because It Works

One of the reasons that If you’re waiting for a sign that it’s time to make a change, consider this it. Money Therapy may be just what you need to break through your financial blocks and release your money guilt and shame.      

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The Squeaky Wheel Gets a New Car: 3 Ways to Flex Your Consumer Power

The Squeaky Wheel… One of the first things that people notice about me when they first meet me is that I have a squeaky, high-pitched voice like Michel’le from back in the 90s. lol. And for a curvy black woman with long locs, it can be a bit of a head-trip for many strangers. Some

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It Takes A Village To Raise A Mogul: 5 Tips To Awaken The Financial Genius In Our Children

Give Me Your Lunch Money When I was in fourth grade, I rented out my erasable pens for $0.25 each as the class transitioned from writing in pencil and in print to writing in script and in pen. By the time I was eleven, I had moved on to peddling posters from Right On magazine

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Mother Nature, Human Nature, and Your Financial First-Aid Kit

Hurricane Sandy is slowly making her way to the state of New York. Governor Cuomo has issued a State of Emergency, closed all government buildings and sent everybody home. Likewise, Mayor Bloomberg has closed schools and suspended NYC MTA service and closed roads, tunnels, and bridges. If you had plans of making a quick run

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Be Happy That You Didn’t Get That Job

Be Happy That You Didn’t Get That Job Being Fired Before Hired One of my goals this summer was to be working some place else before September rolled around. Can I tell you that I made it through four interviews for one position, only to have the final (fifth) interview and be turned down for

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Money Power=Girl Power

If the link between money and girl power were not made clear for you, you need to watch the documentary, Half The Sky. And even if you cant watch it, you do not need to leave the borders of the United States to see where often in the presence of poverty, girls from around the

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FUQs : Frequently Unasked Questions on Money and Finance

“When it comes to elevating our financial acumen, we have to ask questions. And the more basic, the better. A solid financial foundation that is built on the mastery of seemingly trivial, rudimentary concepts and facts will allow you to easily incorporate the more complex, complicated ideas into your fiscal schema.”

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She Gets It From Her Mama”: Parents and the Formation of Financial Identities

My financial identity as both a disciplined, diligent saver and creative income-generator in my adulthood largely come from both the mistakes and genius that my mother exhibited in handling money as I was coming up.

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5 Habits of the Highly Indebted

 Sisters From Another Mother? The highly indebted by way of poor financial choices, consumer charging, and unrealistic standards of living come in an array of sizes, hues, shapes, languages, and ethnicities. Despite these superficial distinctions, there remains a unifying mentality and set of behaviors that unite this demographic. Their movements, habits of being, priorities, and

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Be S.M.A.R.T not STRONG

In Ain’t I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism, bell hooks, intellectual and cultural critic, discusses the downfall of one of the more unilateral characteristics that black people in general, and black women, in particular, pride ourselves on.

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