Preparing for a financial storm
News Not Noise · 23 minutes ·

Preparing for a financial storm

As Americans face rising gas prices, inflation, and a tough housing market, millennial money expert Tonya Rapley explains how to manage our personal finances, covering everything from building credit to tackling student loan debt, making investments, crypto, and everything in between.

Talking about personal finance can feel overwhelming — so where do you start? What are some good money habits to start building today? And how do you save money when interest rates are so high?

We speak with Tonya Rapley, founder of "My Fab Finance," a leading financial education and lifestyle blog for all of the best tips and practices. Rapley's financial advice can be seen in a variety of publications including Reuters, Buzzfeed,, and more. She's also the bestselling author of "The Money Manual: A Practical Money Guide to Help You Succeed on Your Financial Journey."

Rapley is also the co-founder and CFO of FOAM, an app that helps college students pay for tuition and living expenses.

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