February 10, 2021
Emergency Fund

Build That Emergency Fund Like A (Gig) Boss!

If you read anything about personal finance at all, you’ll already know about the importance of having the cushion of an Emergency Fund (EF). There’s even a commercial on TV about how only 41% of Americans could afford a $1000 emergency – scary thought! And you just know a big […]
February 5, 2021
First Job Gig

First Jobs: Were You a Kid Gigger Too?

We all remember the first time we got paid for doing a job – oh the money! the independence! that grown-up feeling! the candy! (Candy? Really? That’s what you bought with it??) For me, it happened when I was 11, and the the parents of a 3-year-old girl thought I’d […]
January 6, 2021
Declutter Your Finances

New Year’s Resolution: Declutter Your Finances in 3 Easy Steps

Ah, 2021 – I’m pretty sure a new year has never been more anticipated in my lifetime! And with so many of us still spending vast amounts of time in our homes, the “work on YOU” types of resolutions have pretty good odds of being accomplished 🙂 Now, I find […]
October 8, 2020
Bottom Up Budgeting

Know Your Numbers

How you look at your earnings when you’re a free-wheeling freelancer is the opposite of how you look at them when you’re a W2 employee. When you have a regular paycheck, you take that amount and work out what you can afford from there; think of that as the top-down […]
September 20, 2020
Gig Boss Money Kindle eBook

GIG BOSS MONEY is live on Amazon!

I finally got all my e-publishing ducks in a row last week, and my Kindle Short Read went LIVE on Amazon! Gig Boss Money is all about how to get a handle on your finances when your income fluctuates. The gig economy has a lot of very attractive benefits going […]
August 27, 2020
Gig work boss

What is a Gig Boss?

If you’ve found your way to this website, you’re either part of the gig economy or thinking about getting in on it. I’ve been gigging in some way, shape or form since the early 1990s – earlier if you include my teenage adventures in babysitting, which sadly never measured up […]