We are all glowing up this year. Prosperity and abundance are in the air, and we are fully ready to embrace all the coins coming our way. But, let's face it, we don't always know where to start when it comes to learning how to best use our money to create the life we want in the long-term. Creating new money habits or establishing some for the first time can seem like a daunting task for many of us. Should you save? Should you invest? Do both? Where? How? So many questions can come racing in when it's time to deal with our finances. Thankfully, these ladies are giving us actionable steps daily to ensure we continue to secure our bags. 

The Broke Black Girl

Dasha Kennedy refers to herself as a "financial activist" for Black women, and her mission is to equip us all with the knowledge we need to move closer to or further into financial freedom. She shares advice through both daily Instagram posts as well as her online community of the same name. 

My Fab Finance

Tonya Rapley is on a mission to help 100,000 people make better financial decisions. Through her fun and engaging content across social media platforms, she is well on her way to doing just that. Every Friday, she hosts "Finance Friday," where she shares actionable items towards solving some of the most common financial worries and addresses some deep-rooted issues that keep us from being able to have a healthy relationship with money.

Clever Girl Finance

Bola Sokunbi is an author, certified financial education instructor, and money expert. Her main goal is to help women build and maintain real wealth. Along with her team, she offers regular content on how to change your mindset to better manage your pocketbook. 

Rich and Regular

Kiersten Saunders and her partner Julien are money editors for Success Magazine, but in their free time, they bring a fresh vibe to financial education via their Instagram page, Rich and Regular. Their focus is not only on acquiring money knowledge for ourselves but also creating ways to make saving and investing palatable to the little ones in your life. 

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