The Money Tea Will Help You Build a Healthier Relationship With Your Finances
You know the dreaded feeling you get right before checking your account balance? The Money Tea’s mission is to help you ease that feeling and support you in developing a healthier relationship with your finances. The Money Tea exists to help you own your financial wellness by providing free resources to save more, invest more, earn more, and live well.
We have all probably been stressed by money at some point. And when we are, often we have taken to Google to search for tips like “how to make more money”, “easy side hustles”, “ways to save”, etc. Almost all search returns either sell a fantasy, a quick fix scheme like how to make it big blogging or selling on the internet, or giving textbook financial information that truly put us to sleep.
The aim of The Money Tea is to simplify the topic of finance and share tips and tricks that will help you live your best possible life. There is a lot to be gained when we cultivate a better relationship with money and develop an understanding of our finances.
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Colette (Founder of The Money Tea)
I was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and grew up in South Africa. As a child, stocks and bonds were not discussed in my house, but my siblings and I were always encouraged to look for ways to make money and so from a young age, I learned how to be resourceful and make a little bit go a long way.
My first exposure to finance came during my sophomore at Harvard University when I spent the summer interning at a prestigious investment bank on Wall Street. It was during this experience that I was exposed to how rich people increase their wealth, and where I learned that building wealth requires an understanding of how money works.
Now, after spending the past three years working at another prestigious investment bank in New York, I have realized that while I have gained a lot of knowledge about investing from my work, the same is not the case for most people. Personal finance knowledge is not readily available, it is undemocratized, almost like trade secrets that people whisper to each other. This is Why I decided to start The Money Tea.
The aim of The Money Tea is to simplify the topic of finance and share tips and tricks that will help you live your best possible life. There is a lot to be gained when we cultivate a better relationship with money and develop understanding of our finances. And just as all this knowledge has helped me make money savvy decisions, I hope it will do for you, too. After all, sharing is caring.