Become A Savvy Saver!

Is your rainy day fund running on empty?

If you don’t have a fully funded emergency fund, this should be your #1 focus right now!

I know, I know. Saving money isn’t always fun (I’d much rather spend it all on a trip to Greece). But setting up your emergency fund now will keep you from going in the red or even deeper into debt when unexpected expenses pop up!

Just remember…your emergency fund is for just that, emergencies. Aim to have at least 3 months of necessary expenses set aside in case of job loss or other emergencies.

Ready to start saving fast? Keep scrolling to see personalized resources just for you!



1. Download your Budgeting Cheat Sheet: Learn how to easily budget your money so you have leftover cash each month to send to savings. Grab your free copy here.

2. How To Save Money Using Sinking Funds: This podcast episode will give you steps to setup sinking funds right away. Listen to it here.

3. Read the blog post: Everything you need to know about emergency funds.

4. Get the book: Money Made Easy – This step-by-step book breaks down how to budget, pay off debt, and save money. Get the book here.

5. Get clarity: Learn how to write a budget that helps you reach your goals (without sacrificing your weekly latte run). Watch the free class here!

Hi! I’m Allison!

I’m an author, podcaster, and teacher turned money expert.

After paying off over $100,000 on two teacher salaries, I discovered that I have a passion for helping people make money easy.

Since then, I’ve helped hundreds of thousands of people learn how to budget better, save money, and build wealth.

Most of all, I help people like you have peace of mind with their money.

The Budgeting Cheat Sheet & The Debt Free Roadmap

The Budgeting Cheat Sheet

The Budgeting and Debt Free Cheat Sheet will help you get started with setting up a budget that will help you reach your money goals.

The Debt Free Roadmap

The Debt Free Roadmap is perfect for anyone who is ready to free themselves of their monthly debt payments and keep more of their hard-earned money.