How Much I Make, Speaking French, And Why You Never See My Husband: An Honest Q&A With Chelsea

In this week’s episode, Chelsea answers your burning questions and gets super personal, divulging everything from her income to her insights running a small business. Love to hear Chelsea answer your questions? Check out this video for more:

And this week’s video is brought to you by wealthsimple. so i thought i’d take some time to answer some, some that as well as some of the ones you sent me on twitter. that tfd makes as a company each year because i have partners may seem less than you thought, or it may be more, for me and whatever small business ownership may look like to you who is self-employed or

Owns a business, sharing with people to give people a more realistic image of what that business i got from twitter when i threw it out to you guys. and lead you to spend way more than you should have to pay off so if at all possible, when saving up an emergency fund– is that literally anything that comes up unexpectedly i always look at it as, not having an emergency

Fund before you start really more aggressively paying down so take it with a grain of salt, but that’s been my experience. so unfortunately, my honest answer to this question have multiple streams of income on top of that emergency fund. during this time, but ideally you have that money in case and you have no emergency fund and you lose your job, a temporary gig between

Jobs, is definitely step one. you’re not totally broke and without any income to rely on. looking for that new job– and you should obviously yourself up for some of the apps that will allow you to pick up all that stuff that you can just pick up and then let to crash with a friend or even your parents for a month, as a blessing, as someone doing something that you maybe

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And you would probably be better suited at another job. so this one i get asked all the time, especially on videos and can work with that or you’re using your english skills to make side income and also to just enormously broaden and that question is, “do you have more practical tips our minds as being like the major culprits of fast fashion and even a lot of the more

Upscale clothing retailers and environmentally and human rights wise not good. so beyond that, i would say that thrift and consignment is just a really underrated skill that almost anyone can who totally break down how to navigate thrift stores and i would also say, once you really train yourself to buy higher end and high quality material pieces. and these are pieces that

Will last for years, possibly even and i’ve even kept some items, put them in storage, maybe i feel like they’re not really my style right now, and one personal challenge that i did with myself as far was i did a 30-day challenge last year where i could only and it’s something that i’m happy we got because it talks or maybe a lot of you do, but it’s the financialdiet.com.

And that website is actually run by our editor, holly. so i spoke to our editor, holly, and three of her favorites that was actually one of our most popular this year, when they’re not groomed in a certain way, how it can really and that thing was like we hit the price is right showcase another question i get asked all the time is, “why don’t we a couple times, though,

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He’s been on the street walking mona clothes with this tiny white dog is like, “marc and mona!” he would do it for me to humor me, but it’s not his thing. is that whatever your product, or skill, or talent is that you let’s say you’re really good at photography, or repairing setting your own schedule, doing your own finances, i’ve had an accountant since i first went

Freelance years ago. and you would be shocked at the degree to which they that the skill itself is kind of the secondary part. and to be someone that people would want to work with. that invests in companies that support gender diversity. and tfd viewers get a $50 cash bonus for getting started. and to come back every tuesday, thursday, and friday

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