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FNPhenomenal on Girls of Royalty TV

In Frugal, Phenomenal

On Tuesday, April 1st I had the pleasure of chatting with Girls of Royalty Founder, Genesis Dorsey, on Google Hangout to kick off their month-long event Faith N’ Finance.  We talked about faith, self-worth, confidence, and personal finance.  The response from the viewers was amazing! I shared my story and knowledge about a variety of topics including: [more…] Should single people shop at a warehouse store like Costco, Sam’s Club, and/or BJ’s?  Is it truly cost effective? “What are some of the top budgeting apps or software to assist us with this journey?” “How do you truly set up a…

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The “FNPhenomenal” Book Launch Party

In Frugal, Phenomenal

The setting…the oh so chic, vintage retail shop Thrift on the Ave. (TOTA) in Detroit. The ambiance…warm, sleek, and inviting. The guests…stylish and ready to celebrate. The occasion…The “5+5 FNPhenomenal Ways to Save $100 This Week Without Killing Your Lifestyle” book launch party. [more…] I have to admit, I was too excited to get dressed, meet my guests, and share my new “5+5” story with my existing, and soon to be new friends. As I walked into TOTA all decked out with my branding, I have to say, the cool vintage, reasonably priced clothes and apparel totally embodied my modern…

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An Open Letter to the FNPhenomenal Ones

In Frugal, Phenomenal

As I sit here with my laptop at midnight and the day of the book launch is officially over, I wanted to take the time to reflect and share some candid thoughts with you.  On Day 9 of the Virtual Book Launch Party, Myles W. Miller asked me what made me decide to write the book, “5+5 FNPhenomenal Ways To Save $100 This Week Without Killing Your Lifestyle.”  In my head, I wanted to provide the short and succinct answer but my heart wouldn’t let me.  I felt that I owed it to you to tell you more of the…

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The Cost of Food Waste: How it Can Wreck Your Budget

In Frugal, Phenomenal

Jordan opened up her fridge and just stared at the food in her fridge that had gone bad.  There were sweet potatoes with mold and spinach that had turned into liquid.  She was disgusted.  When she went to the grocery store, she had a grand vision of cooking all of the time.  Plus the grocery store had a few bargains on the fresh produce, so she ended up buying three or four each of her desired produce.  As she was leaving the grocery store she thought, “I have enough food to feed a family of 4, but hey, almost everything…

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