You probably need less money than you think to have the life you want.
(Yes, I realize that sounds unbelievable and a little cheesy.)
In 10 minutes a day for five days, we’ll figure out where your happiness comes from, where your money is going, and how to get more of both.
It's easier than you think!
Ready to take charge of your money and your happiness?
Click below to join Money + Happy Bootcamp!
The methods I teach are backed by neuroscience, psychology, and good ol' fashioned trial and error.
Five (short!) daily lessons filled with practical, actionable advice
A 10-page workbook to help you create your own money + happiness plan
Short, fun video classes where I'll walk you through every step
I've been spending money on the wrong stuff!
"You’ve helped me realize that the things that truly make me happy don't actually cost much money. I’ve been spending so much money on the wrong stuff!"
– Rachel A.
Life gets easier and more lovely, no matter your budget.
Because you're happier, you spend less money self-medicating with impulse buys.
You have more money, time, and energy for the things you love.
No one has ever asked me these questions!
"You're the first person who's ever encouraged me to look at my budget and ask "Does this make me happy? Does my budget match my values?" I feel really optimistic that I can finally get a handle on those regrettable purchases that have always sunk my budget."
– Sarah C.
Get clear on where your happiness comes from so you can add more of it to your life.
Let go of old, outdated ideas about what 'should' make you happy.
Figure out where your money is going. Is it going towards things that make you happy?
Learn how to dial down regrettable spending so you have more money for the things you value.
I hold the potentially controversial opinion that you probably need less money than you think to have the life you want.
How do I know? Because I've done it.
When I started my blog, I was earning $16 an hour as a teacher at a non-profit, paying down $50,000 of school debt, living in one of the top 20 most expensive cities in America.
Despite that dismal financial situation, I lived in a cute apartment in a nice neighborhood, paid off my car, paid down my debt, and saved enough money to travel internationally for 10 months.
The methods I used weren't magic and they weren't complicated, but I didn't see anyone else talking about them! That's why I created this bootcamp.