Money Management/Work/Life Balance

The Studio At TFD Presents: Staying Financially Balanced In A Chaotic Year

By | Monday, July 06, 2020

2020 has brought on a number of challenges that many of us are struggling to navigate emotionally and financially. We could all use some advice on coping with the chaos. With that in mind, The Financial Diet will host a virtual financial health workshop on Thursday, July 9.

Join The Financial Diet founder Chelsea Fagan and business journalist Ismat Mangla on Thursday, July 9 for a thoughtful and interactive workshop about navigating your finances during this totally chaotic year we are living in. Things may feel scarier and more uncertain than ever, but with the right tools and strategies, we can make sure we’re better prepared for when things get out of hand or unpredictable. We can’t predict what comes next, but taking control of your finances can offer a sense of ease, especially during this chaotic year.

Ismat Mangla is a veteran business journalist and content director at LendingTree, where she helps manage content on half a dozen personal finance websites. Her work has been published in Money, Fortune, Time, International Business Times, and more. Staying Financially Balanced in a Chaotic Year will take place from 6:30 to 8:00 PM ET — the cost is $10 and will include an action-driven talk between Ismat and Chelsea, an interactive worksheet for each attendee to work along at home, a live Q&A session between Ismat, Chelsea, and the audience, and an after-event chat room for attendees to join and continue the conversation. A recording of the event will be available for ticket holders after the event. Sign up for tickets here.

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