Tis But A Moment
Financial Independence & Financial Feminism
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Overview“Tis But A Moment” is a reminder and a mantra, shamelessly stolen (and/or butchered) from Monty Python, of course. This moment of anxiety will pass. TBAM is how I share what’s worked to help me gain control of my finances and my career.
I started with earning less than minimum wage for 60+ hour weeks, and within one year, more than doubled my income. Now, I’ve learned how to finally own my time and earning potential.
Ever since then, I’ve been advocating for the womxn in my life to earn what they’re worth, while finding ways to set ourselves up for long-term fulfillment and freedom. Tis But A Moment is where I can share my lifehacks, milestones, and musings on personal finance and professional growth as I inch my way towards financial independence.
Who We Serve
- Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE)
- Gen Y / Millennials
- Newly Engaged / Newlywed
- Real Estate Investors
- Single Women
- Women Professionals
- Women’s Finance
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Highly relatable content, educative, informative and well written. Alwaysa delight to read
Fantastic Read, Great Advice
Love this blog! Relaxing and enjoyable to read, Tis But A Wonderful Moment is exactly that. The nuggets of knowledge are fantastic and provide great insight into the world of financials. I’ve already picked up so many great pieces of information that I’ve applied to my own financial journey. Looking forward to the next post already!
Delightfully thoughtful and entertaining
This blog offers great insights into managing finances, relationships, and a career as a young professional with a feminist lean. It is well written and personal in a way that makes you feel like you’re talking with your best friend.
brazen, vulnerable, helpful, and hilarious
An open-hearted approach to sharing financial challenges, all things career, and even personal life anecdotes, like moving in with a significant other. The author’s perspective is a breath of fresh air with a no-nonsense attitude and a lot of character. I laugh during almost every article read. It’s real, and it’s insightful.
Tis But A Wonderful Moment
Love the honest transparent look into her own financial journey, following her personal journey with real estate investing. The breakdowns to what led to her decision making is helpful. Also there are always great recommendations for sustainable brands and companies who are being socially responsible and doing things the right way. In addition to life hacks that will help start you build more wealth, it’s a refreshing perspective to listen to what a recruiter has to say about the recruiting process. Definitely worth checking out if you’re interested in a path to financial freedom!
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