Learn the secrets of moving from being single, broke, and lonely to attracting and keeping a financially responsible man that will make you happy and wealthy.
If you’re dating with the intent to marry (instead of a casual slap and tickle), then you are going to have to date looking not only for Mr. Right, but also Mr. (financially) Responsible.
But you can’t expect to attract Mr. Responsible, if you’re not Mrs. Responsible-Training. #likeattractslike
The truth about my money and love life before I married my Mr. Responsible
It’s time for some vulnerable talk.
I had been dating nearly 17 (looonggg) years before I found my Mr. Responsible.
For a long time, the only type of men I kept company with were not worth my time.
I dated every financial loser and financial scrub you could think of.
My fate with men and money couldn’t change and didn’t change until I started treating my money and my life right.
Until I saw that my money actions and behaviors were causing me sadness, influencing which men I would go for, and how I treated myself.
When I started to get my finances together and starting taking control of the romantic company I kept, I started to see immediate changes in the caliber of men that came into my life.
When my money confidence went up, I soon was able to attract a man that was as romantic as he was responsible.
But I had to do the work first.
I had to learn to treat my money and by extension myself with the utmost respect.
And once I mastered self-care and financial self-care was Mr. Responsible able to show up in my life and CHOOSE me.
DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU?
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Kara Stevens is the founder of The Frugal Feminista, a personal finance and lifestyle blog and committed to empowering women to use money as a tool to fund their “juiciest” lives.
After climbing her way out of $65K worth of student loan and credit card debt, building up her financial reserves, and aggressively investing in equities, Kara soon saw the link between personal liberation, power, and financial freedom and wanted to inspire and educate other women around the increasing their financial acumen and financial self-confidence.
A teacher, historian, connector, and activist at heart, Kara wants to lead a “frugal feminista” revolution– to change the conversation between girlfriends, between husbands and wives, and between mothers and daughters.
Ms. Stevens is a native New Yorker and first-generation American via the beautiful island of Antigua. She possesses a BA in Political Science from Oberlin College, a MSEd in Bilingual Education from CUNY’s Hunter College and an EdM in Organizational Leadership from Columbia University’s Teachers College.