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About: My name is Robyn, and I am a millennial mom with a passion for personal finance. I have my MBA and have been studying Personal Finance on my own for as long as I can remember. I have always been “into” personal finance but I really got inspired to start my blog after I was a period of extended unemployment. That experience really changed the way I viewed our relationship with money and the importance of accessible personal finance education. When I was unemployed, I found that a lot of the information and content that I was looking for wasn’t readily available. I didn’t feel that anybody was talking to me and who understood my situations and circumstances. So I decided to write it myself!
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Year Started: 2017
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Chanukah or Holiday Party in 2020: How to Make it AwesomeNovember 18, 2020
15 Safe-for-Work Gifts for CoworkersNovember 17, 2020
56 Ways to Celebrate Chanukah on A BudgetNovember 16, 2020
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