A funny thing happened after I had my first kid—my income doubled. I had taken time off work for a couple months after Evan was born, and wanted badly to phase back into a work routine. But I also knew that my new life as a mother had changed things.
Next week my Mint family is sponsoring a panel in New York City with Girlboss Sophia Amoruso. Join us for a fun conversation on personal finances.
Put in the guest hot seat by entrepreneur Ali Brown on her podcast Glambition Radio. We discuss the difference between making money from what you DO vs. what you KNOW, the inspiration behind “When She Makes More” and how I built my business.
I stopped by family at the TODAY Show to address three viewers money concerns when it comes to saving for retirement, emergency savings and house payments. Tamron Hall put me up to the challenge to give advice in under a minute.
Join me and Brooklyn Nets breakout star Rondae Hollis-Jefferson for a candid conversation about money tonight in Brooklyn Heights as part of my partnership with Chase Slate.
The editors at Business Insider gave me one of the toughest assignments to date: boil down your best financial advice into 9 tips.
It’s not exactly first-date material, but at some point early on couples ought to start talking about money. Here’s how to break the ice.
Managers, get ready: By 2030, Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Play to their needs and your business may also be able to boost retention.
I knew I should have carried my wallet in a purse that night. Instead, I fashionably tucked it under my arm and headed to the local wine bar with my husband. Two pinot noirs later I reached over to pay the bill only to realize that my wallet — which I thought I’d rested on the bar top — had vanished. Was it stolen? Did it fall on the ground somewhere? Hold on. Did I even bring my wallet? (The wine wasn’t helping.)
Babies bring out the best in us, especially when it comes to being generous.