Coins in Color: Making Wealth Equitable and Accessible To Every Hue

My mom would say (cue African mom voice) “The golden rule is: he who has the most gold, makes the rules.”

Coins In Color, is a Hueish campaign that hits close to home. It’s tough being underrepresented in corporate spaces, let alone professions such as tech, media, or science. But where it hurts the most, is in the space of wealth (yep. finances).

Money makes the world go round. Aside from paying your bills. Understanding the concept of money (beyond the crisp dollar bills in your wallet) is power. Seeing representation in wealth and financial freedom is critical, because, then perhaps wealth can feel and truly be accessible and more relatable.

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For those looking to get advice from people who look like them– who are securing the bag and not fumbling it, we got you over here at Hueish.  Touchdown! (does endzone dance – Lizzo get at me).



1. My Fab Finance (@myfabfinance)

Tonya Rapley is a money expert who was named by Black Enterprise as the “New Face of Wealth Building” as well as being featured on the cover. As a millennial herself, she hopes to help other Millenials stop living paycheck to paycheck.

2. Winnie Sun

Winnie makes money relatable and financial literacy more accessible to all.

I relate deeply with her, as she is a child of immigrant parents who came to America,  struggled with all of the cultural nuances that come with being …well…marginalized in America: the language barrier, the cultural norms, the litigious systems….(just to name a few)  were all things a child such as Winnie would observe her parents struggle with. But like my parents, and the parents of many immigrant children, they worked hard.

Winne’s parents weren’t rich, but they were content and joyful. I could imagine; they worked hard, saved consistently, and smiled often. And this lies her foundation. A priceless memory Winnie has, is of her parents taking her to the bank with rolls of pennies and nickles to be deposited into her first savings account. She credits her parents, for this invaluable moment, as here savings account booklet would be like a gift from heaven.

3. Latina Money (@latina_money)

This weekly podcast is hosted by Janet Cruz Bisonó, who is a millennial Latina that talks about wealth and money with successful entrepreneurs, amazing creatives, and industry elites to share exclusive insider tips, wisdom + action-based strategies for building wealth and creating smart and savvy income.


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Amazing conversations will be had in Syracuse this October! Hope to see my jefas and mujerbosses there 💁🏻‍♀️

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4. His and Her Money


5. Personal Finance Guide (@money_space)

6. Lynn Richardson (@lynnrichardson)

According to her “About Me” page on her website, “Dr. Lynn Richardson is an author, entertainment executive and celebrity financial coach who uses her quick wit and humorous presentation style to help others face their money issues and achieve personal, professional and spiritual harmony. ”


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Learn how to: GET YOUR MONEY BACK! Why? Because the average American will not be able to retire with the same standard of living they had while working and taxes are a large percentage of one’s lifetime debt – become knowledgeable about tax laws so you can legally and ethically pay less taxes and keep more of your hard earned money. 💰 The following is discussed in The Symphony: 💰 1. One stream of income is hazardous to your wealth – everyone should be an entrepreneur. 💰 2. Get your money back! There are over 460 tax deductions for business owners (ANY kind of business owner including your sole proprietorship / home based business). 💰 3. GET PAID TO BE A PARENT: Hire your kids to work in your homebased business (sole proprietorship) and get up to $12,000 back for each child. 💰 4. Avoid being a jack of all trades and master of nothing; create a SYMPHONY when using your gifts, skills, and side hustles to build income streams. 💰 5. Discover Lynn’s three steps to finding your purpose; then the money and income streams will follow. 💰 6. The personality of an entrepreneur: Dreamer – Thinker – Storyteller – Hunter 💰 7. Mastering the art of The Hybrid: Employee / Business Owner with Celeb CFO @iamingridlavon 💰 The Symphony: A Guide to Creating and Balancing Multiple Streams of Income Do you feel like a jack of all trades and master of nothing? Are you trying to overcome the feast or famine syndrome of the entrepreneurial spirit? Income streams are similar to musical instruments: they must be played in harmony in order to drive desirable results. In “The Symphony: A Guide to Creating and Balancing Multiple Streams of Income,” discover how to monetize all of your gifts to create a beautiful symphony of income streams. 💰 Get it on Amazon and at 💰 *Email to learn more about the Guarantee

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7. Cliff Worley (@fiscalcliff)

Cliff is the Digital Engagement Director at the Kapor Center, which means that he helps startups find their customers through social media. He creates and manages the digital strategy to help make the technology industry and entrepreneurship more diverse, inclusive and impactful. Follow his Instagram for some helpful financial tips.


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Tag someone who wants to be a millionaire.

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8. Patrice Washington (@seekwisdompcw)

This financial coach is “a number one best-selling author, captivating speaker and hope-restoring coach to women like you who want to do good work in the world, but believe they deserve to earn damn good money doing it,” according to her webpage. She’s been the personal finance expert on Steve Harvey since 2014. She also appeared on Dr. Oz and Fox and Friends.


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🎉CELEBRATING 100 EPISODES!!!!🎉 ◽️ In honor of this milestone, I wanted to use this episode to take you back to just BEFORE I launched Redefining Wealth because most of the success I’ve had in life weren’t one mountain top to mountain top experience. ◽️ Before Redefining Wealth I experienced great success as America’s Money Maven. I had a weekly segment for years on a nationally syndicated radio show. I was doing other shows like Dr. Oz and being featured by publications like Cosmopolitan, the New York Post and Essence Magazine. I had a good name as a #moneyexpert. Why would I change all of that? 🤔 ◽️ Here’s what we’re talking about on today’s celebration episode: ✅ What if your season has long expired and you’re extending it out of fear, complacency or delusion? ✅ How can you ever celebrate the 100th if you allow fear to rob you of moving forward with the first? ✅ A season doesn’t have to be bad in order for you to decide to change. Maybe God has better? 🤷🏾‍♀️ ✅ We’re meant to evolve and if we don’t move when our season is up, then we go bankrupt emotionally, mentally, spiritually, financially. ◽️ Tune in. This week’s episode, When a Season is Up, will hopefully encourage you to examine if you’ve overstayed your welcome in a season no longer serving you and inspire you to embrace what may be waiting for you on the other side of surrendering. 🙏🏾 If you listened, would LOVE to hear your thoughts OR just drop me a line about what the podcast has done for you! Let’s celebrate! 🎉💖 ◽️ #RedefiningWealth #PatriceWashington #podcastersofinstagram #podsincolor #cantstopwontstop #podcaster #chasepurposenotmoney #MoneyMaven

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9. Zay & Ellie (@debtfreeandfitness_)

This blog is run by husband and wife duo, Ashonzay and Ellie Matlock, and they hope their blog helps Millenials reach their financial goals by sharing tips that helped them get debt-free. They also share tips about their fitness journey as well.


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Net Worth and Debt Payoff Update – Back in March, we calculated our combined net worth for the first time and to our surprise it wasn’t as bad as we thought (-$6,028.97). We’re happy to say that we’re now “In the Black” 🙌 – There’s a quote that is circulated in the personal finance space that goes along the lines of “6-12 months of intense focus can work wonders on your finances” – we’re a living testament to that. In less than 4 months we’ve increased our net worth by 493.5% (pats self on the back 👏) – Not only have we crossed into the black, we’ve crushed our 2019 debt payoff goals. As you can see you from the second picture, the next debt we’ll be tackling is Ashonzay’s car, which we hope to have down to about $13K by the end of the year! – We share this with everyone as a source of motivation and inspiration of what’s possible with teamwork and intense focus on the goal(s) at hand. While we aren’t where we want to be yet, we definitely aren’t where we started! Remember the goal is progress not perfection. Have a blessed Tuesday everyone. . . . . . . . . . #budgetmanagement #debtelimination #wealthcreation #debtfreecommunity #debtfree #financialfreedom #millennials #savings #investing #budget #debt #wealth #millenialcouples #millenialswithmoney #budget #budgetinghacks #budgettips #moneytipfeed #personalfinance #FIREmovement #healthiswealth

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10. Farnoosh Torabi (@farnooshtorabi)

Torabi transitioned from being $30,000 in debt at age 22 to author and sought-after speaker for numerous events, companies, organizations, and schools. She’s written multiple books, the latest entitled When She Makes More: The Truth About Love and Life for a New Generation of Women. She is the Financial Education Ambassador for Chase.


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11. Bobbie Rebell (@bobbierebell1)

She is the author of the best-selling personal finance book How to Be a Financial Grownup. She also hosts the Financial Grownup Podcast and is an award-winning TV anchor, podcaster, columnist and Certified Financial Planner.


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How ready are you for the next big thing? Your entrepreneurial venture? Your kids getting older? Your first home? This month’s book recommendations are all about those financial grownup moments that come from moving into new phases of life. ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ Take a few moments to check them out: @grownandflown, @thestartupsquad and @realtordotcom ⠀ . ⠀ All are light reads- perfect for summer- and will get you the info you need to hit your goals in confidence. ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ On the latest #financialgrownup #podcast we talk about why I loved these books, and whether you should consider adding them to your #readinglist. Please take a quick 11 minutes to listen -and then share with me other books you think we should be reading!⠀ ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ Use the link in bio or search for the Financial Grownup podcast everywhere #podcasts live!⠀ And please leave a review if you enjoy the show. Thank you!!⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #reading #books #business #author #entrepreneur #parenting #womenempowerment #entrepreneurlife #inspiration #college #bookrecommendations #advice #smallbusiness

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12. Natalie Torres-Haddad (@financiallysavvylatina)

She is a two-time TEDx Speaker, an international Award-Winning author from her 2012 book, a bilingual podcast host of Financially Savvy in 20 minutes, international keynote speaker and educator.

13. Urban Prosperity Co. (@urbanprosperityco)

14. The Finance Bar (@thefinancebar)


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💰Start now. Use approximate numbers as needed. GO! #thefinancebar

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15. Clever Girl Finance (@clevergirlfinance)

This personal mentorship and 1-on-1 financial counseling was started by  Bola Sokunbi and it is a financial education platform aimed at providing women with financial guidance through easy to digest courses, one-on-one mentorship, and an incredibly supportive community.

16. Broke on Purpose (@brokeonpurpose)


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Four years ago, we were struggling to make ends meet. There was never any money left at the end of the month, our saving account was non-existent, and we could not afford for anything to go wrong.⁠ Thing is you’d never know it if you saw us. We were living our best “lie.”⁣⁠ ⁠⁣⁠ That’s when I decided heck, if we’re going to be broke it may as well be on our terms, and I flipped the script on the situation.⁠⁣⁠ ⁠⁣⁠ Being Broke on Purpose® has been one big lesson in abundance and contentment. I may not be able to do what everyone else does, but there’s fullness and “richness” within my life that an abundance of money would never be able to bring me. ⁠⁣⁠ ⁠⁣⁠ I’m rich in love.⁠⁣⁠ I’m rich in health.⁠⁣⁠ I’m rich in spirit⁠⁣⁠ I’m rich in friends.⁠⁣⁠ I’m rich in family.⁠⁣⁠ I’m rich in life⁠⁣⁠ ⁠⁣⁠ Ask yourself this,⁠⁣⁠ ⁠⁣⁠ What type of life are you chasing? Are you pursuing a life where you just have an excess of money or one where you’re able to do above and beyond with what you’ve been given?⁠⁣⁠ ⁠⁣⁠ I find peace in knowing that the word “Rich” doesn’t have to be synonymous with “money.”⁠⁣⁠ ⁠⁣⁠ #brokeonpurpose⁠⁣⁠ #debtfreecommunity⁠⁣⁠ #debtfreejourney⁠⁣⁠ #finances⁠⁣⁠ #financialfreedom⁠⁣⁠ #financialliteracy

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17. His and Her Money (@hisandhermoney)

Husband and wife duo, Tai and Talaat, went from being high school sweethearts to paying off all of their debt – including their mortgage and running a six-figure online business. Follow this couple for some useful financial tips.


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18. DJ and Dannie – Pennies to Wealth (@penniestowealth)

This couple paid off  $130,912 worth of debt in less than 3 years!! If you want to learn about how they did that, follow them on Instagram as they share tips on how they did so.


19. Carmen Perez – Make Real Cents (@makerealcents)

When she was featured in a Forbes article, they wrote this about her: “Carmen Perez recently quit her six-figure job in the financial services industry to pursue her dream of becoming a computer programmer. As recently as two years ago, the thought of leaving a high-paying job would have been unfathomable to Perez — it was made possible because she was able to pay off her $57,000 of debt, which consisted of student loans, credit cards, a car loan, and collections accounts.” She shares her tips on how to do this on Instagram, so she’s worth a follow.


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Just a friendly reminder that you are always one decision away from a totally different life. In September 2018 I officially became debt free and in Feb of 2019, we got back into debt with a mortgage but have been and are completely consumer debt free (no car loans, no student loans, no revolving credit card debt- we now use a credit card to make purchases we’ve already budgeted for and pay the card off in full for points- next month our trip will be almost entirely funded by credit card points). We own everything but the house and owe no one else but the mortgage company. Life/options opens up a lot more when debt is out of the way. #debtfree #debtfreecommunity #debtfreejourney #debtfreegoals #savings #goodcredit #budgeting #budget #moneymanagement #personalfinanceforwomen

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20. Shang Saavedra – Save My Cents (@savemycents)

Shang Saavedra was a wedding photographer for nine years, but then she became the “full-time engagement manager of an international consulting firm still finds the time to run Save My Cents, the nonprofit she started in 2016,” according to an interview she did with Forbes Magazine. They also write, she blends “her expertise in money management with her passion for helping others to provide easy-to-understand financial guidance to those who need it most.”


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It’s okay not to have the perfect plan. In fact, I’d rather you not. When I first left school I planned my life in 5 year increments. Usually around the income I wanted to make, the career achievements I’d hope to have on my resume. Meeting Mr. Savemycents after a really sad breakup changed everything. My breakup taught me that people and relationships are far more fragile than businesses. And now with baby Savemycents, I even more so realize, I have one shot to be the best mom I could be for junior, I have many shots to succeed in career. I’m excited to launch something in September and I can’t tell you how many negative voices in my head I deal with every day. Shang you don’t have time. Shang you’re not the nicest person on earth. Shang you’re crazy. Shang you need more scale before you can do it and you’re not growing enough followers. Confronting them and telling these voices to be quiet is a regular part of being an #entrepreneur. The biggest negative voice is, Shang you don’t need to be a #momtrepreneur. It’s true. I don’t NEED to do anything with savemycents. I WANT to. And I need to balance that against the real little person who is going to need me soon. Every weekend I have been working to engage with Mr. Savemycents on whether our time is being spent well. This past weekend was wrecked by his jet lag (which frustrated me, tbh) so we’ll try again. Even the best of marriages are imperfect. When did you learn to let go of perfection? Outfit by @motherbeematernity use SHANG for 20% off #hustle #goals #goaldigger #sidehustle #motherbeematernity #motherbees #ivf #ivfbaby #bumpstyle #ootd #pregnancy #debtfreecommunity #partnered #Sponsored

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21. Rachel Cruze (@rachelcruze)

Her father, Dave Ramsey, taught all she needed to know about personal finance. She is now a New York Times Number One Best Seller who writes about finance. She has two books, Smart Money Smart Kids and Love Your Life, Not Theirs: 7 Money Habits for Living the Life You Want

22. Chris Hogan (@chrishogan360)

Author of “Everyday Millionaires,” he shares secrets that millionaires in the U.S. live by such as, living on less than they make, investing and avoiding debt.


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You know a lot of people tell me the number one thing that gets in the way of their retirement dream and starting their Everyday Millionaire journey is student loan debt. The average person takes about 21 years to pay off their student loans. So, this is delaying them from investing into their retirement because they’re spending their first 21 years paying back debt. That’s NOT okay! The #DebtFreeDegree book can help you guide your children to avoid mistakes that you may have made. My friend, @AnthonyOneal is teaching parents of young people what they need to do to go to college 100% debt free! If you’re a parent or know a parent of a young child, get this book so they can get on a plan and start their Everyday Millionaire journey sooner rather than later. Preorder your copy of #DebtFreeDegree on the link in my bio.

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23. That Debt Free Life (@thatdebtfreelife)


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Goals for this month!! ⁣ ⁣ I’m so excited to get this debt into the TENS!!! Say whaaat?! Whoop!!! ⁣ ⁣ I’ll be doing 15 No-Spend Days this month as I do every month. For details, hit the link in my profile and check it out! ⁣ ⁣ And of course, this month’s personal finance challenge is to play a mins game and list 5 things for sale. Just list them—I have little control over what sells or when, but nothing can be sold if it isn’t listed! Details about this month’s challenge can be found at the link in my profile too. ⁣ ⁣ So, what are you trying to get accomplished this month? Whatever it is, WRITE IT DOWN! Tell someone about it! And hold yourself accountable!!

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24. The Millenials Next Door (@themillenialsnextdoor)

Andre Albritton is committed to helping “Gen Y” and “Gen Z” on gaining financial freedom.

25. FOLA Financial (@folafinancial)

Started by Sheneya Wilson, she started this business to provide accounting, tax and financial educations to a younger audience – specifically millennials, entrepreneurs, and small businesses. She has an MBA, CPA and is a Ph.D. student along with being the CEO of this company.

26. Girls on the Money (@girlsonthemoney)

The goal of this page is to help women get interested in investing in stocks. The founder, Mabel Martinez, is a Latina who wasn’t making a lot of money but then was introduced to the stock market. So her mission is to get women interested in investing!


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This is the story of my beginnings as an investor. You don’t have to be a millionaire or a rocket scientist to understand how the stock market works and be successful at it. If I did it, so can you!⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ FYI: For those of you that were on the waiting list for the stocks class, the enrollment email was sent today. I am really looking forward to meeting a brand new cohort of students ❤️☺️. See you inside!⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ *⁠ #Investing #finance #investing101 # #investingforbeginners #stocks #stockinvesting #stockmarket #wallstreet #personalfinance #howtoinvest #howtosavemoney #howtolivefrugally #wealthbuilding #wealthcreationstrategies #knowyourworth #ladyboss #changeyourlife #dreambigger #womensupportingwomen #womeninbusiness #womeninfinance #createwealth #wealtheducation #bosslady #femalebusiness #bosslife #investingsuccess #successstories #stockclass

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27. Centonomy (@centonomyig)

Hailing from Kenya, this financial advising group made this company to “shift mindsets so that purposeful people can create wealth and live abundantly.” They hold events in Africa to get to educate people about financial security.

28. JoVynn Tax Prep (@jovynntaxprep)

This young woman has set out to teach young, minority Millenials about what it means to be financially free through debt management, budgeting, and tax preparation.

29. Women’s Strategic Business Hub (@womenceoproject)

Right now they are on a global tour with the mission of helping women entrepreneurs “laser focus on their business’ branding, strategy, and funding.”


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{ SWIPE LEFT } How do I sum up this weekend🤔 Launching my 14th #GlobalPowerTour within 3 years was simply magical . And my Theme for #2020 is “ Tighten Up Always and in ALL WAYS “ I built the conference and lessons around this theme. . Ok-so let me gather up the highlights ✔️This 30-City Business Tour has now served 1329 current➕aspiring women entrepreneurs across 14 city tour stops ✔️This was the 4th Annual Tour Stop for #Houston TEXAS ✔️We had a final count of 107 attendees from all over the US➕Canada🇨🇦 for this tour stop ✔️The ALL-White VIP Night was hosted at The St. Regis for 28 women ✔️The conference was hosted at The Omni Houston with my beautiful custom created 8 Foot Flower logo 💁🏽 I tried to sum up the weekend in Pictures-{ SWIPE LEFT } . For the 2020 Tour City Stops Go to { }

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30. Mastin Kipp (@mastinkipp)

This life coach has been recognized by the queen herself, Oprah Winfrey! He was featured on her Emmy Award-winning series, SuperSoul Sunday and was featured on Oprah’s Supersoul 100.


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31. Marshawn Evans Daniels (@marshawnevans)

According to her website, she is “a media maven and master in the art of manifestation, this former Georgetown Law Center Trained Sports Attorney, Miss America Finalist and competitor on ABC’s The Apprentice, turned her passion for people into a million-dollar enterprise helping women to Believe Bigger®, Live Bigger and Profit Bigger.”

32. Alexis (@financiallybrave)


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Too many people rely solely on motivation in their wealth building journey . The issue with that is motivation is fleeting . Some days, you’ll feel motivated enough to cook at home instead of eat out, or refrain from purchasing a cup of coffee while on your way to work, while other days you simply won’t. . This is why relying on motivation alone can often go awry . The good news is although motivation comes and goes, a strong mindset does not . If you want to build momentum in this journey, you’d be wise in directing your energy towards your mentality . With a mindset committed to the positivity and diligence that is required of you to fully see your financial goals through, you bet that you will be able to weather any storms that will (inevitably) come your way on your wealth building journey . Transform your mindset and I assure you that you will transform your life . You got this, I promise . For more tips on investing, budgeting, and wealth building, DM me with your email address so I can send you additional information . #Bebrave 💪🏾

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33.  Amanda Williams (@Debtfreeinsunnyca)

She and her husband Josh paid off $133,763 in 3 years and 7 months. Ever since she has become debt-free, she has been able to focus on her business that she is passionate about – inspiring other people to become debt-free with her Instagram account.

34. Debt Kickin Mom (@debtkickinmom)

35. The Budget Mom by Kumiko Love (@thebudgetmom)

Mom of one, Love, is an accredited financial counselor and the creator of the Live Rich Planner, which is a guide to helping you achieve financial independence.


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I have now been in Liberia Costa Rica for three days and I haven’t tracked my spending once. That said, I still know exactly how much I have to spend. Organizing my spending cash into categories has been my saving grace on this trip. I keep cash that I’m not using inside the safe in the hotel, and then I replenish my envelopes every day. The stacks of money that I keep in the safe are organized by category, making it easy for me to quickly count how much I have left in each category every time I replenish my envelopes. We are here until Friday, and this is how much I have left to spend. SHOPPING = $489 FOOD = $46 TIPS = $300 TRAVEL = $100 MISC = $170 FUN = $286 So far, we did the ATV adventure ($110), the Nicaragua Day Tour ($300), and we got massages down by the beach ($100). I have also spent some fun cash on some other small purchases. I’m so glad I brought smaller bills for spending, as places here outside of the resort for shopping only take cash. Yesterday we visited Nicaragua, where their money (Nicaraguan Córdoba) is 33 to $1. Here in Liberia Costa Rica, they have Colones, which is 584 to $1. Always make sure you do a quick check of the exchange rates before you go shopping. I did a long Instagram story detailing my trip today with two of the most important takeaways that I have learned so far. #vacationbudget

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 36. Merilee (@easy_budget)

She helps families meal plan, erase debt from their lives, budget and save money!


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Easy Chicken Taco Soup (Dump Dinner) This one is SO. EASY. There isn’t even any chopping! Just buy your ingredients, open them up, and dump them in the crockpot or a freezer bag. This one is perfect to 2x or 3x and throw a few in the freezer for another night. Future you will thank today you! Ingredients: 1 lb chicken breast 1 can whole kernel corn, drained 1 can black beans, rinsed 1 can pinto beans, rinsed 3T taco seasoning or 1 taco seasoning packet 2 c chicken broth 1 c salsa Serve with: chips, sour cream, cheese, cilantro Directions: Add all ingredients to the crockpot. Make sure chicken is fully covered by broth. Cook on low for 6 hours. Gently shred chicken with fork before serving. To freeze for later, add all ingredients (except the chicken broth) to a freezer bag and let all the air out, seal, and freeze flat. Write on the bag to add in 2c chicken broth when you cook it later. To cook later, thaw freezer bag overnight in fridge or submerge in water for 20 mins to thaw. Cook on low in crockpot for 6 hours. Serves 6 Estimated cost: $5.50 per batch That’s it! Enjoy!

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37. Ashley (@ashsavingcash)

Formerly known as @ashsmashescash, but after a full revamp and new instagram page, it seems they are back in full swing!


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Calling all newbie budget babes! I was recently asked where to start when you feel overwhelmed beginning your financial journey. This is where I started. Of course budgeting is complex and this is a simplication of a big crazy beast. Sometimes your expenses exceed your income (this is how you got into debt in the first place). In that case cut everything you can and then prioritize catching up and settling accounts. I went extreme and did a no spend year. If you think that might be for you check out The Spenders Guide to Debt Free Living: How to go from broke to badass in record time by @annanewelljones There are tons of great budget apps out there, some are free and you can manually track, some auto track (be sure to make sure it’s correct). Some cost a monthly fee. Lots of my friends like YNAB and Mint I use the free version of @everydollar So that’s a quick intro into the wide world of budgeting. The important thing is to start! You can revise and refine and get better with time! What are your best budgeting tips? Share them below! 👇🏼

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38. Michelle – Frugal Kittens (@frugalkittens)

She moved her family from Los Angeles to Minnesota to cut her spending down by 50% and their daughter lives off 30% of their income. While they aren’t debt-free, they’ve paid off 82% of their debt.

39. Ghetto Gazelle (@ghetogazelle)

New to the debt-free journey, she’s started out with $16,000 and is now down to a little over $12,000! She posts her updates about her journey.