Finance For the Rest of Us

How to make money work for you — even if you grew up never talking about money.

The first time I ever sat down in my accountant’s office was in the middle of my divorce in 2020. And I knew absolutely nothing about finances, much less my own. It truly was an F-word situation, times a million.

Now it is a new day, friends. Turns out, I’m good at this, thanks to a lot of hard work and even more guidance from a hardcore team of financial and business experts around me.

And I want to pass along some of the most important things I’ve learned to you via this course. Because, I know you can do this, too.


We’ll be chatting with an actual financial planning ninja — Lindsey Leaverton — who is kicking butt and taking names as the Director of Wealth Management Services at The Miura Group, where she helps her clients find the peace of mind that sustains them through the unknowns of life.

I’m so glad Lindsey is here making the financial complexities of life make sense for the rest of us in this Me Course.

We talk about:

  • Lindsey’s best tips for financial health.
  • What to do about debt.
  • How to make your money work for you in the smartest way possible.
  • What you need to know about investing and planning for the future.

And we’ve also packed this course to the brim with so many resources for you to help you handle your finances.

“Being intentional about money is not about a scarcity mindset. It’s not what you can’t do, it’s about what you can do. The choices we make today impact tomorrow.”

If you have questions about money, money, money… this is your course!


  • Five jam-packed video sessions, each about 15 minutes
  • Financial fitness questionnaires and checklists to jump start your financial planning
  • Financial resources tailor-made for women new to personal finance management
  • Worksheets, including debt management and financial security
  • Many other self-paced guides and resources to help you understand your current financial situation and plan for the future you want!


  • You don’t know the account number to your bank account.
  • You let your significant other handle all finances.
  • You don’t know what your monthly income is.
  • You want help estate planning but don’t know where to start.
  • You have a very normal income but still want to plan for retirement.
  • You’re overwhelmed by debt.
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