sexual assault at workplace

“This happened to me in high school. I was waiting for my bus outside and he was leaning on the building right behind me, masturbating. I told my parents, and a few friends at school, and all I got was a shrug. Meanwhile, I had finals that day and obviously didn’t do well.” “This happened…

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There was a whole lot of financial tom-fuckery happening as recently as 50 years ago. Women weren’t allowed to open credit cards, banks actively denied home and business loans to people of color (this still happens), not to mention YOU COULDN’T EVEN PAY TO GET A FULL ROTISSERIE CHICKEN DELIVERED TO YOUR DOORSTEP FROM YOUR…

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credit cards suck

Alright. You’ve resolved to get your money life in order. I’m here to tell you what to do first. At this point I know someone is thinking, “But But But Dumpster Doggy, we are all so very different, how dare you act as though there is a one-size-fits-all solution?” Sure, we are all special snowflakes.…

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‘Cause I wanted to. THE END!! Okay, okay, just kidding. The change may seem abrupt to those who don’t know me personally. For those that haven’t religiously followed my journey, first of all, fuck you!!! What about all this [points to self dramatically] makes you think that I don’t need your constant love and affection?…

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I get loads of questions about the many options that exist in the investment universe. Many of which are to do with the “new internet FinTech companies” that’re out there spawnin’ like pregnant (male!!) seahorses. “Should I use Ellevest?” “Should I use Wealthfront?” “Should I use Betterment?” These are three of the most common questions I…

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Sometimes, it can feel difficult to improve your financial situation because there’s a barrier to accessing help and advice, especially when you’re a young person or don’t earn a ton. What’s frustrating is this is when we need help the most. I’m doing my best to change the status quo by offering an educational course…

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save money new years resolution

I wrote a Grandpa’s nightshirt-long twitter thread about small things you can achieve, monthly, to actually succeed at your New Year resolution to save more money. I received a buncha requests to put them into a post, so here she is!! First, the rallying cry: And the instructions: That’s right, pick only one or two items…

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Testimonials from my first winter Invested Development course are rollin’ in, and they’ve warmed this old hag’s heart. But I’m not sharing these because I enjoy giving my own horn a lil’ toot, but because I want y’all to see!! I know that taking a leap and making a purchase like this can be hard and…

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I know more women than I can count that let their male partners do the “big” and “important” financial tasks, like investing for retirement. Yes, relying on my personal anecdotal evidence is totally problematic, but there’s plenty o’ research to back up my observation: This study says married women take control of major financial decisions…

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