As savvy moms, we are not only responsible for caring for our children, but we are also often the CEOs of our home and families. With that responsibility comes the need for financial know-how. Even if you are a full-time stay at home mom, not earning an income, you can add tremendous economic value to your family finances by learning a little financial savvy.
As a former finance major and hedge fund analyst, I want to help you maximize your means, to not only live within it, but live your best life. I share financial skills you can apply to manage your household finances – from setting and sticking to a household budget, to setting up college funds for your kids, to how to assess financial risks and opportunities – I want to help you understand the basics of finance so you aren’t intimidated by your family finances. This is more than just how to save $100 off your groceries this month – it’s how to be a more confident financial decision maker and home economist.
Are you ready to make a bigger impact on your family’s finances? You can find all my Family Finance Mom content below – or join my group, Family Finance Tips for Savvy Mamas, that I co-host with my friend Tove from Mama in the Now, who also retired from a career in finance to motherhood. Between the two of us, we have decades of financial services experience and are happy to tackle any question you have.
During the school year, you can also catch me LIVE on IG every Friday at 2PM ET for Financially Savvy Fridays. I’ll be tackling your most asked questions. Come be a part of the discussion live, catch the replay for 24 hours, or email me your biggest family finance questions to potentially be addresses in a future session. I’ll always maintain your privacy – but the most commonly asked questions will be featured as weekly topics.