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There’s a Racial Pay Gap Among Influencers, Too
The racial pay gap is nothing new, but in an industry where income is kept locked away behind makeup routines and “What I Eat in a Day” videos, it’s barely been talked about outside of DMs and influencer brunches.
7 Productivity Planners Team Girlboss Swears By
Team Girlboss is always looking for new ways to maximize our time—and these are the best productivity planners in the game to do just that.
20 Money Mantras To Inspire Financial Freedom
You, my dear, are a money magnet.
A CEO Sounds off on the 4-Day Work Week
For most companies, the 4-day work week seems like nothing but a fantasy (thanks, corporate America), but for Jamie Savage, it’s now a reality.
Black Friday: Female-Founded Small Businesses to Shop Now (& Always)
There couldn’t be a more perfect time than Black Friday to start investing in female-founded small businesses. Here are 9 of our faves!
Let’s Talk About The Business Of Being A Mystic With Some IRL Witches
Five witches and mystics share their secrets on building a platform, growing a business, and manifesting money.
This Successful Freelance Writer Shares The Daily Pros And Cons Of Being Self-Employed
After jumping the toughest freelancing hurdle—securing enough clients to go full-time—this writer and editor is trying to create a lasting career with longterm financial goals. Find out how she’s preparing for retirement, paying off debt, and tricking herself into saving for a much-needed vacation.
This Is How I’m Financially Surviving A Breakup That Doubled My Living Expenses
On this week’s edition of Scrimp City, we speak to a med student who just recently went through a bad breakup and is rediscovering her financial independence.
The #LIPSTORIES Podcast Is Back And We’re Exploring Beauty Memories And Self-Expression
This season’s guests include Kimberly Drew, Jillian Mercado, Jacob Tobia, and many more. And they aren’t afraid to go beyond the surface.
Why Your Origin Story Is One Of Your Biggest Assets
You can’t find your way forward if you don’t start with the places, people, and experiences that helped shape you.
I Don’t Want To Become Dependent On Credit Cards, Like My Parents Were
This week, on Scrimp City, we meet a 24-year-old accountant living in the Midwest who is struggling to pay off her debt in the hopes of not falling into the same situation her parents did when she was growing up.