Sheconomista Report Archive
Below are not all, but some past reports. If you've been with me for awhile and are looking for a past report not listed on this page, contact me.
1.31.2018 - Acorns winner! + The upside of Comcast + Stop with the IOUs + The truth about business expenses + MORE
1.24.2018 - Meet the Death and Money Calculator
1.17.2018 - Bring Joy and Order to Your Money with me. We'll have fun.
1.10.2018 - Sometimes, you say "no" to personal finance rules
1.3.2018 - Find 20+ days in 2018 to do whatever you want.
12.27.2017 - Free things this last week of 2017 because I am grateful for you
12.22.2017 - Why you should break up with your debit card + for real, who gets a 1099 and who doesn't?!
12.13.2017 - How to make your wallet greener in all the right ways.
12.6.2017 - That one time I tell all during a podcast. It's here.
11.29.2017 - When We Spend More Than We Give
11.22.2017 - I am grateful for you said an Acorns gift card
11.15.2017 - Sharpen your money news game | Make sure ex-assistants can't change your match.com profile | I say no to investments based on brain addiction | Forget about the growler, its all about the CROWLER
11.8.2017 - 120 gallons of propane | Profit-sharing confession. I'm just like you. | Business owners, year-end prep is here | Get inspired | ...and these are the tax reform days of our lives
11.1.2017 - Inappropriate crushes | An uninspired message | Buckle up self-insured, it’s open enrollment | Admit it, you ignored the Equifax breach | News to follow, but not follow
4.26.2017 - Short like me | Women are more honest about what? | Up-front investment v. annual investment
3.29.2017 - Tween money wisdom | Financial sense and the boy-girl divide | Toilet seat covers + Tattoos | This is about you, not me
3.22.2017 - Buh-bye Budgets | The best gift my parents gave us kids | To be considered before you scoff at the rise in interest rates | Interviewing financial advisors in Cheeto-flavored times | The truth about pillows
Important small print. I have a bomb-ass lawyer who tells me to tell you these things you agree to by reading my newsletters. For extra emphasis: I am not a financial advisor, planner, CPA, licensed to do anything except give opinions, eat pickled vegetables all day long, and look for new friends who want to backcountry ski with me (email me stat if you are this friend).
People, I am an everyday lady entrepreneur who, by learning a bit about money so I could have a semi-intelligent conversation with my financial advisor, figured out I didn't need an advisor at this point in my life. Killed that mystery and now I write about it.