You Goal, Girl! is a guided journal written just for Millennials by professionals in their early twenties to help you track your finances and achieve your personal goals.
Plan the future of your financial, personal, and career goals with You Goal, Girl!, an undated, guided journal co-authored by professionals in their early twenties, especially for Millennials. Its more difficult than ever to stay on top of your finances, especially if you're new to the job market, building budgets, or freshly out on your own. That's where You Goal, Girl! comes in! This guided journal to financial tracking and achieving goals was written by two young professionals, and is specially aimed at the Millennial crowd. This unique planner comes without dates, so you can personalize your own timetable with small, actionable steps, then track your progression your career, financial, and personal goals.
Each page also includes blank space for doodles, notes, and brainstorms. Motivational quotes are sprinkled throughout to give you encouragement when things get tough. You will find within: Goal-setting guide to help you reach your goals; Motivational quotes to inspire you every week; Gratitude log to record all your good times; Personal to-do lists; Daily and weekly focuses; Reflection pages to record your progress
About the Author
Earn Spend Live came to be when a finance editor sat down with a careers editor and decided we had a lot in common. We're both professionals in our twenties, learning how to manage our work responsibilities and make smart(ish) financial decisions, all while trying to remember to fold our laundry. Being an adult is hard, but we want to make it easier.
As professional twentysomethings, we know we don't have it all figured out - so we wanted to create a space where other twentysomethings (like you!) can come to get direct and to-the-point advice on climbing up the career ladder, setting yourself up for financial success, and still making time to veg out on the couch with a good movie. Earn Spend Live is our place to bring you first-person accounts of what it really takes to make it.