Don’t you just love fall? It really does make us want to buy school supplies. But before you all start sharpening all those #2 pencils and buying the pumpkin spice lattes, we’re pausing to reflect on all the money and career things that happened this summer.
Here are the articles, coaching sessions, workshops, memes, stories, tweets, and, yes, TikToks helping you refresh your routines, leave “hustle” culture behind, and confidently stride toward healthy, long-term financial habits this fall.
You were (and still are) big on spending intentionally and budgeting for joy
You’re budgeting for the things that are important to you. And yes, that can definitely include a flower budget.
Iced oat milk lattes or moving to the woods? Sometimes it’s just gotta be … iced oat milk lattes. Need a refresher on how to make room for your frothy caffeine lifeblood of choice in your budget? Sign up for our 7 Days of Intentional Spending email course.
File under: Proof spreadsheets can be fun (especially when they help you make big decisions and reach those goals.
How you’re feeling about work right now
You’re thinking deeply about what makes you feel valued at work. Compensation, WFH flexibility, and room for professional growth topped the list. KIND bars, eh, not so much.
Iceland, Kickstarter and now Scotland are going to a 4-day work week. On Instagram, we asked, would this make you more productive or would you struggle to get things done? And 96% of you said … *drum roll, please* ... more productive.
Enough with “quick-fix” productivity hacks. Here are seven realistic things you can do if you’re overwhelmed at work (that have nothing to do with the Pomodoro technique).
It’s the Great Resignation: 7.5 million employees called it quits in April and May, and another 3.9 million people quit in June. (Wow.) Some of you are thinking about making a pivot, too.
Your most loved long-reads (that don’t feel like long-reads)
SJP forever. But also, Sallie says it best: SATC needs a rewrite when it comes to storylines about women and money.
So. much. burnout. talk. Here’s how not to let that feeling affect your financial well-being.
Women athletes got paid (yesssssss). Here’s what we can learn from them.
Even more proof women+ and ambition go together like … women+ and money 💓
Catch up with two of our favorite women talking about two of our favorite things: women and wealth.
There are lots of ways to level up your summer plans. And we're always bringing you more of them. So last but not least, here are all the new ways you can work with an Ellevest coach.
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