FNPhenomenal

Aisha Taylor is a single mom of twins and the founder of FNPhenomenal. She helps single moms thrive financially and live phenomenally using Biblical principles. She has been featured in ESSENCE, Jet, and Black Enterprise and has taught finance workshops at Duke University, the University of Michigan, and Google. She also is the author of the #1 Amazon Best Selling Book, "5+5 FNPhenomenal Ways to Save $100 This Week Without Killing Your Lifestyle." Connect with Aisha at FNPhenomenal.com, the “Phenomenal Moms With Aisha Taylor" podcast, and on Instagram @FNPhenomenal. Join the free challenge to reduce your grocery spending in 30 days.

4 Ways to Grow Your Income Using Your Stimulus or Tax Refund Check

We are in the middle of tax refund and stimulus check season and millions of Americans are expecting a tax refund. In fact, according to CNBC, over 130 million people have already received a stimulus ... Read more

Avoiding the Comparison Trap

One day I was sitting on an airplane, and I had a conversation with the woman sitting next to me. We got into a conversation about personal finances and how comparison can drive people into life and f... Read more

7 Hidden Sources of Economic Relief During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In addition to changing our way of life and impacting the health of millions of people, the COVID-19 pandemic also has impacted the economy as more than 30 million Americans have filed for financial a... Read more

Think You Can't Invest? Here are 5 Ways to Get Started Today

Let me start by saying that this post isn’t for everyone. I know times are scary right now. Many are losing their jobs. Hours are being reduced at work.  Schools have been closed, and parents have ... Read more

6 Apps to Help you Save Money on Your Everyday Shopping

Have you ever felt guilty spending money? There was a time when I was working hard to build a savings account, and every time I swiped my card I felt guilty that the money wasn’t being used to fund ... Read more

Gratitude Instead of Commercialism this Christmas

I’m not one to create Christmas lists or be very vocal about what I want for Christmas. Normally, I’ll look for opportunities to serve or buy gifts for others to help make their season more enjoya... Read more

Living for Social Media vs. Being Present in the Moment

October has been a busy travel month for me. This month, I traveled to Disney with my family and then went to a conference in Las Vegas. As I was traveling, I felt a tug of war inside me between livin... Read more

Finding Time for You in the Back-to-School Season

Recently, I had been feeling so exhausted that as soon as I sat down on my couch I was falling asleep, even though I didn’t mean to. Things that didn’t normally drain me were totally draining me a... Read more

One of My Favorite Summer Activities To Do With The Kids

I love the beautiful weather, festivals and the seemingly endless fun activities to do with the kids in the summer. As much as I love those, there also is one thing that I really love: summer reading ... Read more

Just Because it is Broken Doesn’t Mean you Have to Fix it

One day, I was emptying the dish drying rack and putting away the dishes when my hand slipped.  I was holding my glass tea kettle with a tea infuser attachment and it hit the bottom of my Vitamix con... Read more

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