As soon as money came in the picture, Gina was a fish out of water. She never learned personal finance in school and being a child of immigrant parents meant that financial awareness was lacking.
Gina was in and out of debt throughout her 20’s, but it got progressively worse as time went on.
In 2012, Gina was in over her head, living paycheck to paycheck and feeling stuck. She had no budget, never tracked her spending, and never saved a penny.
Her finances were a mess and it reflected on her stress level. As time went on, it only got worse. Gina, along with her husband, found themselves in $105,878.64 of high-interest debt.
At that very moment, as she felt her chest tighten with fear and anxiety, it was the wake up call she needed.
It was time to change.
Gina started researching personal finance, from reading blogs and studying fundamental books on money, to attending finance forums and conferences. She learned how to use frugal tweaks to save money without depriving her family.
Now that she and her husband are debt free and financially thriving, Gina’s made it her mission to help women gain financial literacy, so they can side step her mistakes and thrive with their money.
Gina keeps it simple, she breaks down intimidating money topics into small actionable steps that are straightforward and easy to implement.