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Femme Cents
Blogging about personal finance and intentional living. Writer, food enthusiast, bibliophile, slow runner, podcast junkie. Powered by coffee.
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Femme Cents 7h
“Starting this week, remote workers from all over the country can apply to move to Tulsa in exchange for $10,000 in cash, a housing stipend for a fully-furnished apartment in a building downtown, and a desk at a local co-working space.”
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The Smart Fi 22h
This week the Friday Night Highlights are 3 articles that have absolutely nothing in common. 1)How to budget 2)How to avoid being a dead-beat gifter this Christmas 3) Disappearing blogger disease.
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Femme Cents 23h
Replying to @ThesmartFi
Thanks for sharing!
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Femme Cents Nov 16
Replying to @FrugalishMD
The last British movie I watched was the Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society. A little predictable but I enjoyed it.
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Femme Cents Nov 16
Very powerful reminder about the many things in life so many of us should be thankful for. is a great organization that addresses this need year round
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Femme Cents Nov 16
Reading lots of Twitter anger and arguments was making me stressed. Here’s an adorable puppy smiling at you to make your Friday better. Happy Puppy Short Video via
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Optimize Your Life Nov 16
I think the most upsetting thing about the personal finance community is the constant prioritization of efficiency over empathy. People get so wrapped up in the numbers that they forget to be human.
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Femme Cents Nov 16
Replying to @MoneyScrap_
Thanks for sharing!
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Femme Cents Nov 16
7 Christmas Gift Ideas for People Who Don’t Need Anything
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Laura and David Nov 15
The United States has 3.1% of the world's children, but consumes 40% of the world's toys.
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Femme Cents Nov 15
Replying to @USAisFIRE
I don’t disagree. We are all in control of our own choices. But I also believe we can acknowledge that we have not set many people up for success or given them the tools and education to make good, informed financial choices.
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Femme Cents Nov 15
I was not taught about entrepreneurship AT ALL in school. Expectations were always framed around becoming an employee. Definitely wish that has been different. Mark Cuban: Here's why you should teach your kids to be entrepreneurs 
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The Financial Graduate Nov 15
Now pregnant with baby 2 I wonder....how we will afford the insane costs of daycare for 2 children?
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Femme Cents Nov 15
Replying to @leighperfin
I have never used this... but after looking up the site I feel like I must have been living under a rock 🤣 Definitely going to try it!
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Femme Cents Nov 14
Replying to @livedailymo
Pain in the ass
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Femme Cents Nov 14
MailChimp is a royal PITA. Is ConvertKit worth the cost if you’re only making pennies on a blog?
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Money Beagle Nov 14
When You're Considering a 30-Year Mortgage via
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Femme Cents Nov 14
Replying to @countdowntoFI
Fair enough! Those are definitely things we need to continually get people improve.
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Femme Cents Nov 14
Replying to @countdowntoFI
Focusing on individual control and acknowledging systemic problems don’t have to be mutually exclusive ;) we can encourage ppl to be responsible with money while also addressing the fact that financial education is crap for most people improving and access to info and services.
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Mrs. Picky Pincher Nov 14
Good morrow, Twitter! I just have to brag that hubby and I paid off our car today! Can I get an AMEN? :) :) :)
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