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Is 2022 over yet?

 

It was not a great year for women. To say the least.

In fact, the Ellevest Women’s Financial Health Index clocked in at the lowest level in the past five years. Issues negatively impacting women included the attack on reproductive rights (which, among other things, is an economic issue), the lingering effects of the pandemic on women’s workforce participation, high inflation, and little progress on gender pay gaps.

Oof.

While women were getting knocked back, parts of the financial industry … bet on crypto. And NFTs. And scooters. And Adam Neumann.

You bet on women. And you bet on yourself.

So as that time of year approaches — resolution season, “new year, new me,” auld lang syne — all we need is to remember that while change can feel slow, we have that power. We can always show up for each other and ourselves. (Consider adding a few of the resources below into the mix to keep taking care of yourself financially in the coming year — and every year.)

I want to finish this week’s newsletter with a thank you to all of you. Thank you for being part of this vibrant community of women and our allies. And thank you for so actively engaging with us to share your wins and the impact you want to have with your money.

Together, we are building something that's unique, that's powerful, and that we can all be proud of.

Thank you. See you next year!

 
 
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10 small money habits to pick up in 2023

At Ellevest, we’re big fans of snagging small wins where you can find them. Here are ten little things you can add to your routine in the new year to help you feel just a tiny bit more in control.

SNAG ONE >

 
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7 money intentions to set for 2023

A roundup of our best advice on getting organized and setting smart goals in the new year, no matter where you are on your financial journey.

READ MORE >

 
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7 ways 2023 could be a game-changer for your career

No matter how things went this year, now’s a great time to reflect on 2022’s takeaways and set some intentions for leveling up in 2023 — no matter what that means for you.

GET IT >

 
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Let 2023 be the year you start investing

Waiting to invest can cost you big time. So if your New Year’s resolution is to do the thing, here are our best resources to help.

GET STARTED >

 
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6 ways to show up for women with your $ in 2023

2022 has been heavy, but the battle for financial justice has just begun. These New Year’s intentions can help you walk the walk into 2023.

TAKE A STAND >

 
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If you make one resolution in 2023, make it this one

OK, OK, so it’s a snappy headline. But c’mon, you know you wanna find out what “this one” is. (We’ll give you a hint: It’s one of our biggest “goals” here. 😉)

DIVE IN >

 

(Just for) fun New Year’s rituals the Ellevest team swears by

Write down all your biggest regrets from this year — and burn them. (Safely, of course. 😉)

Look back on your year in books and set some new reading goals for 2023.

Don’t quit social media cold turkey — try pruning instead.

Compile all the recipe videos you saved but never tried in 2022 in a digital organizer (think Evernote, Notion, etc.) — and finally put together a plan to make ’em in 2023.

One simple trick to getting ahead of 2023? Start investing toward your goals.

 GET AHEAD 

This week’s newsletter was brought to you while prepping our 2023 bullet journals. Forward it to your friends who turn expense trackers into art projects.

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