lifestyle design + financial independence for twenty-somethings
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OverviewHi, I’m Becky, a millennial money coach and lifestyle design expert.
I help millennial women use their money to create their ideal life, so they can enjoy today while building the future of their dreams.
I coach and blog about topics like paying off debt, growing savings, starting to invest, and affording a lifestyle of travel and freedom!
I’m offering a free 15-minute clarity call for millennial women looking to create the life of their dreams. Not only are you going to get MASSIVE CLARITY, you’re also going to get a free budget spreadsheet just for booking the call.
Schedule your call now: https://www.twentyfree.co/claritycall
Awards and Honors
- 2019 Infinity Blog Awards: Finalist, Best Personal Finance Blog
Hobbies and Interests
- Bird Watching
- Board Games
- Working Out
Who We Serve
- College Graduates
- College Students
- Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE)
- Gen X
- Gen Y / Millennials
- Newly Engaged / Newlywed
- Remote Workers
- Single Women
- Women Professionals
- Women’s Finance
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