This episode is Part 2 of the Financial Independence Series on the Millennial Life Admin podcast. To catch part 1, click here. These are the show notes for Episode 19 – for the full details about this topic – subscribe to the Millennial Life Admin Podcast. Today we are going to be continuing down
Thank you for visiting this little place on the internet dedicated to helping purpose-driven millennials find + thrive in a fulfilling career and lead a meaningful financial life.
Sounds intimidating? It is! MLA was created out of the principal philosophy that:
You are not alone.
We are all doing our best to grow into adulthood.
Let’s figure this out together!
I think deep down we all know that networking is important. Networking is how we get connected with other people in similar industries and make connections to find mentors, collaborate, and possibly even get a new job. But sometimes, networking feels….icky. There I said it. If you’ve been to a few networking events,
This episode/article is part 1 of the Financial Independence Series on the Millennial Life Podcast. What is financial independence? Is financial independence right for you and how do you go about pursuing it? That’s what we are going to be talking about today! In this kickoff episode/article to this series, we are
Renting vs. Owning is the never-ending debate in personal finance. And the truth is, there is no right or perfect answer because it all depends on your personal situation, circumstances, and goals. I’ve debated ever writing about this topic because it is a realm of personal finance that includes so many factors and
Personal Growth Update: July 2020 – Supporting Anti-Racist Businesses, BTS Business Expenses, and Helping the MLA Community
Hi everyone! This month’s personal growth update will be a candid update of how MLA is doing as a business and my personal updates with BLM and using my money to support social justice. Listen to this week’s episode as I talk about: An update on the business I chose not to
To be honest, I never obsessed about my credit score. A few years ago I got curious + checked to see that my credit score was 840, and I was like “cool.” And then I closed out the tab because I thought everyone else had a similar credit score. I
Hi there! My name is Kimberly and I created MLA as a place for millennials to create the personal development habits to excel in the career and financial life.
MLA focuses on helping heart-driven millennials, who care about more than just making as much money as possible and working until you miserably burnout. Throughout this blog, you’ll find articles that give specific and detailed advice because I’m not into the fluffy stuff. Here, you will find tangible advice on how to find a rewarding career (that you love!), successfully grow into adulthood, and learn how to save and invest your money for the future.
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