I’m a seasoned personal finance writer and brand storyteller with over six years of experience. I’ve worked with over 60 brands in the financial services industry, from fintech startups to Fortune 500 companies. My bylines have appeared in Business Insider, Salon, and GOOD Magazine. As money is inherently rife with emotion, I seek to reveal compelling stories and emotions around money. Through my perpetual curiosity, I aim to convey information and share resources in an easy-to-understand way so the reader can make informed decisions. 

Beyond writing, I’m a candidate for the AFCPE® financial coaching certification, and I offer services as a freelance business and money coach. While I feel as if the answers are always within, I serve creatives and artists who are building their freelance business, and offer guidance on holding paradoxes, managing energies, and creating spectrums based on individual desires, motivations, and goals. 

Featured Work

How to make the most of your retirement plan during an economic downturn

Signs of an economic slowdown abound. The Department of Labor reports unemployment claims rose to 6.6 million the week ending March 28, a dramatic spike from 3.3 million the week prior. Indeed, as small businesses are forced to close due to the pandemic, jobs are being lost at a rapid clip.

Revenge Spending: Why It Happens and How to Turn Things Around | Milk + Honey

That motorcycle you buy – without first telling your partner: Sure, it’s a major purchase that should require discussion beforehand, but they didgo on that weekend bender last month. You deserve your own rebelle sojourn, whooshing down Pacific Coast Highway, hair and heart ablaze in your BMW R1200RT.

I’m in my 20s – How should I approach investing? – Robinhood – 2020

For many, your 20s are often the first time that you have some cash on hand. And it can be hard to know what to do-how much to spend, whether to pay back loans, and how much (if anything) to save for the future.

Artist Draws Her Way Out Of $24,000 Debt

When graphic designer Kate Bingaman-Burt noticed her credit card debt piling up a few years back, she knew exactly what she had to do to get out of this hole she’d dug for herself: draw her statements. To her, this was the ultimate form of punishment (she hated drawing)-and just enough negative reinforcement to pay off her debt quickly.

What Happens if You Can’t Pay Your Rent During Covid-19? – Stash Learn

If you’re one of the nearly 38 million people who have filed for unemployment since March, 2020, you may also be one of the many people having trouble paying rent right now. It’s particularly a concern, since average rent in the U.S. is $1,594.

Friendship For Sale

I like making friends in unusual ways. I once made a friend in college by approaching him at the dining hall and asking him what he thought about color. A coworker and I bonded in the break room over the fact that we both had the same shade of purple socks.

See More Featured Work

“Money is congealed energy, and releasing it releases life’s possibilities.”

-Joseph Campbell