Financial Fitness For The Modern Woman

Do you have a plan? No, I don’t just mean in general. I mean with your finances!

I know, I know. Money can be a touchy, stressful subject.

Not all of us are financial whizzes with immaculate budgets and credit scores to die for.

But, financial fitness should be as high of a priority to you as physical fitness.

As a grown woman, you need to know where you stand now, what your budget should be and what your financial goals are for the future.

Because, here’s the thing. If you want to own a home, travel the world or start a family, you need to get it together, girl.

It won’t be any easy road if you’re flying by the seat of your pants (no matter how fabulous they are).

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could take complete control of your financial situation, and feel the confidence to not just survive, but thrive… no matter your job or income?

Of course! That’s why, in typical Grace fashion, I’ll keep it simple so you can take action right now. Enter Pinterest!



TIP: Start with fixed expenses. These are bills that are nonnegotiable, like your rent or mortgage.

Setting Goals


TIP: Where do you see yourself in 5 or 10 years? Determine how will you get there with your current salary and expenses, or if you need to make a change.

Managing Debt


TIP: Double your minimum debt payment whenever possible. The longer it takes you to pay it off (aka only meeting minimum payments) the more money you’re shelling out in the long run.

Phew! It might seem like a hard road ahead, but you can do it. Just pour yourself a cocktail and get to work.

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