Before I started my journey in 2016 I barely had $30 to my name after my bills were paid! I felt as though I was running full steam ahead but was going nowhere fast. 

Today, I'm completely debt free, investing for the future, and living life on my own terms.

Are you ready to ditch debt, stop working multiple jobs to make ends meet, and truly feel CONFIDENT in your finances?

I was too...

In September of 2016, with nothing but faith and a few Google searches under my belt, I began my
journey to debt freedom. My contributions were so small that you’d probably wave your hand
in dismissal because they weren’t “enough” to make a difference. $5 here, $10 there. I did what I could with what I had.

After a lot of trial-and-error and going into more debt multiple times, I’ve managed to pay off $34.9K in debt over 4 years. It’s crazy to put that in writing, because I was the low-income mother crying when I put my child to bed over my “lack of.” I should’ve been just another sad statistic, but I'm not.

Credit card debt = GONE
Personal loan = GONE
Medical bills = GONE
Auto loan = GONE
Student loans = GONE

And I'm not some super special supernatural being, I just didn't quit!

 Your debt doesn’t define you. Your income doesn’t define you. They’re both just  temporary circumstances, and once you make the decision to overcome them and stand in gorilla-glue faith that you will then you will.

"Like a hopeless, failed mother."

I was a 21-year-old college student when I had my firstborn. I worked as a part-time bank teller making less than $10 per hour yet had to be the primary financial provider of my daughter. My paychecks were barely $500 every two weeks and, at the time, my car payment was $459 a month. After bills, I had
approximately $30-$50 left over for our household needs so, like many others, I relied on credit cards.

How did I feel? Like a hopeless, failed mother but I refused to believe that this was just how my life was going to be.  

Building generational wealth for my kiddos

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Sitting in an overflowing Starbucks line to get coffee

Teaching ambitious women how to level up using a budget

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Motivating and lifting up other women! #girlpower

I'm reallyyyy passionate about...


I get to coach women all over the world and teach them how to become a money boss!


I became completely debt free!


Money. Boss. Mama was born.


Became a mom of 2 and had a minor setback.


Started my debt free journey.


Couldn't afford to be without credit cards.


Became a young mom at 21.


Got my first debt in the form of an auto loan.

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