The most common types of mortgages - What new homeowners need to know

Episode 103: Buying a House? Here’s 5 Types of Mortgages To Know About

Are you ready to buy a house? June is National Homeownership Month, and to celebrate, I’ve teamed up with Citizens Bank for a two-part homeownership series where I’ll share parts of my homeownership story, and we’ll dive deeper into the…
How Motley Fool Stock Advisor works and if it's worth it.

How Motley Fool Stock Advisor Strengthens Your Long-Term Investing Strategy

Since long-term investing is one of the primary ways I build generational wealth, I am always looking for tools and resources to help me make smarter decisions. While I primarily invest in index funds and ETFs (exchange-traded funds), I’ve…
How to define your travel style?

Episode 102: How To Define Your Travel Style

What is your travel style? Travel isn’t one-size-fits-all, and there isn’t one way to see the world, only what works best for you. When I started traveling after landing my first job after graduate school, my funds were limited. I was making…
What To Pack For Road Trips

Episode 101: What To Bring On a Road Trip: 28+ Items You Shouldn’t Leave Home Without

Before the pandemic, travel meant hopping on a plane and filling my passport with stamps. However, that all changed in 2020. Our borders were closed, and Kyle and I did not feel comfortable traveling by plane, train, or bus anymore. So, as…
Iceland is an expensive country. Here's how to save money in Iceland.

Iceland Is Not Cheap: How to Save Money in Iceland

While Iceland can be an expensive travel destination, after three epic trips to the “Land of Fire and Ice,” I’ve found plenty of creative ways to stretch my Iceland travel budget. If you’re interested in planning a trip to Iceland on…
Why You Should Reduce Income Streams to Avoid Burnout

Episode 100: Reduce Income Streams Before Burnout

In Episode 83, I announced I was quitting my full-time job to pursue entrepreneurship. Since then, I have learned some important lessons about running a business. While creating multiple income streams may be necessary for today's economy,…
Best Stock Research Tools - How To Research Stocks

Episode 99: Best Stock Research Tools and Websites

While some of you may have never purchased a stock before, I’ll admit that I have purchased a stock without doing any research. I made assumptions, heard “promising news”, followed the hype, and lost my shirt. I now know the importance…
How to pick good companies to invest in

Episode 98: How To Pick Good Companies To Invest In

Do you have the funds to start investing in the stock market, but you’re unsure how to pick good companies to invest in (or even put on your radar)? Well, financially savvy travelers and financially savvy investors, you’re in the right…
Are you a short-term or long-term investor?

Episode 97: Are You a Short-term Investor or Long-term Investor?

Before investing in the stock market, it’s important to determine your investing goals and match them with the appropriate investing style. In this episode we chat about the differences between short-term and long-term investing, so you can…
Investing in the stock market

Episode 96: How Investing in the Stock Market Can Improve Your Financial Outlook

This episode kicks off a 4-part investing series sponsored by Motley Fool. Throughout this series, we’re going to talk about how investing can positively impact your financial situation, how to determine if you’re a long-term or short-term…
Danielle Desir Pregnancy Announcement

Episode 95: Pregnancy Announcement + Maternity Leave Checklist For Entrepreneurs

I have big news to share. We are expecting our first child! Over the last few months, so much has been going on. Not only have I been adjusting to life as an expecting mother, but also life as a new entrepreneur (I quit my corporate job September…
Millennial homeowners: Tips for buying your first home in you twenties.

First-Time Home Buyer Tips For Buying A House In Your Twenties

Ever since I was young I wanted to own a home. Although I didn't necessarily see myself living in a three bedroom house on a cul-de-sac with a white picket fence and two-door garage (no offense to those who do), I knew that in the long run,…