Yup, it’s true! I founded Get Your Shit Together in 2013 as a personal project, then in 2015 I co-founded GYST.com. GYST.com is going to live with Cake – ‘What Matters Most’ and getyourshittogether.org isn’t going anywhere, and I’m just getting started. Read the story and official press release… Once upon a time.Two female founders, … More GYST.com acquired by Cake
The Power of Raw, Honest Stories About Money. So, it’s not every day (or even year) you can say you’ve been quoted in the New York Times – and I even got to say, “whitey-tighty”, “systems of oppression”, and “none-thousand dollars.” It was an honor to sit at the table with Gaby Dunn, Vicki Robin … More New York Times Feature: ‘What Matters Most’ about Money
I am so thrilled to announce my first book, WHAT MATTERS MOST: The Get Your Shit Together Guide to Wills, Money, Insurance and Life’s “What-If’s” is finally here! Not only the biggest, most essential guide to getting your shit together – is it the cumulative labor of love I’ve been working on for years. Years, my friends. It is the book I wanted to write. I hope it is the book you want to read, buy and share. It will be on the shelves on March 19th, but is available for pre-order now! … More Book News! What Matters Most: The Get Your Shit Together Guide to Wills, Money, Insurance and Life’s “What-Ifs” is here!
“There are a few simple things I wish I had taken care of before my life went sideways – like a will, life insurance, and some details jotted down.” … More What I wish I would have done: Before, after and always.
There are a few simple things I wish I had taken care of before my life went sideways – like a will, life insurance, and some details jotted down. Before On July 17, 2009, my husband José Hernando was hit by a van while riding his bike down a pretty road near the lake, a … More How I Got My Shit Together
1) Your Money. New York Times columnist Ron Lieber asks how people can prepare their financial lives for the unexpected. 2) Quality of Life. What does it mean to you? What is your line? Can you describe it?