When Worlds Collide
So something really interesting happened last week.
I attended an online webinar in my workplace, and it had to do with topics that I write about on this blog.
Which was super exciting for me, because very rarely does my day job overlap with my after hour activities.
Yes, I do work in the financial services industry — but the actual topic of my work is not something I blog about. I’m not a financial advisor, and don’t offer actual money advice to any of my readers.
Because, c’mon — that would just be asking for trouble, now wouldn’t it?
Plus — see my Disclaimer — I will never even pretend to offer financial advice to anyone who reads my blog. Unless it were to say “Hey you, stop being like me! And cut up those blasted credit cards!!”
But other than that, I’m happy to just be the anecdotal example of how not to fritter your money away over the years.
Which is why I was tickled up and down to see my employer partner with Fidelity to offer this free online webinar. I jumped right onto that opportunity, and signed up for the very first presentation. And was chomping at the bit to discover all the discussion might entail, so I could share my learnings with you all.
And while the following may be specific to women, I’d encourage any fellas out there to read it as well. Think of it from the perspective of your wife, or mother, or sister.
Consider the information below as seen through the eyes of your daughter, or future granddaughter, or niece.
Note: This is not a sponsored or affiliate post. It’s just information I learned and wanted to share.