Webinar with Bola Onada Sokunbi: Setting Up A Big Girl Budget (Mar 25)

We’re not sure we need to use too much grammar for this webinar. If your life follows the pattern below then you need to sign up ASAP.

When that paycheck alert hits your phone:

Two weeks later when you need to pay your bills:

Two weeks later when you get paid again:

And then later that night:

GIRLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!! You need to get it together. We are too grown and too ambitious to be playing games with our money. While money certainly isn’t everything in life, it can provide security and long term stability for you and your family. You don’t have to wait until you’re older and more settled to start caring about your personal finances.

On Friday March 25 we hosted a private webinar where we got real about Setting Up A Big Girl Budget. Personal finance expert Bola Onada Sokunbi walked us through how to set up a budget that is practical and designed for young women like us.

Some of the topics we covered:

  • How to find the spending areas that are bringing you down
  • What are the major categories your budget MUST include
  • The tools and apps you can use to keep your budget on track
  • How to motivate yourself to stick to a budget

About Bola:

Bola Onada Sokunbi is a money coach, business strategist and founder of Clever Girl Finance, a platform that empowers and educates women to make the best financial decisions for their current and future selves. Clever Girl Finance inspires women to pursue their dreams of financial independence in order to live life on their own terms.

About She Leads Africa

She Leads Africa is a community for smart and ambitious young African women. Our goal is to become the #1 digital destination for young women looking to build successful careers and businesses.

One thought on “Webinar with Bola Onada Sokunbi: Setting Up A Big Girl Budget (Mar 25)

  1. i found this pretty helpful. The truth is big spending is a problem for a lot more people than we know and a lot more than we usually would want to admit… Listening to you talk about your Ma being a hustler really got me thinking too and now more than ever i am sure i’m going into other branches of business.
    Thanks for sharing

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