TFD & Himalaya



TFD & Himalaya


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The Financial Diet is the premier digital destination for young women looking to learn and talk about money and lifestyle. In this collaboration with Himalaya, The Financial Diet has re-imagined some of its most popular and insightful articles as audio.

What You'll Learn 

  • Tactics for budgeting, saving, and investing your money, regardless of your financial situation
  • Insights to transform your domestic skills
  • Personal narratives from young women on struggles, successes, and more

Course Outline

1. 5 Habits That Make Me Feel Like an Actual Adult
Learn crucial habits to help get your adult life in order.

2. 6 Things You Should Never Do in a Job Interview, According to a Recruiter
A recruiter shares insights on how to best represent yourself and your skills.

3. How We Stretch Our $70 Weekly Grocery Budget and Only Have to Cook Once
Meal prep strategies and purchasing habits for even the tightest budgets.

4. I Applied for a Job That I Wasn't Qualified for and It Completely Changed My Career
A millennial's personal narrative about how embracing imposter syndrome rather than avoiding it helped her land her dream job.

5. The Gifts I Still Love 2 Years After My Wedding (and 5 I've Never Touched)
One woman’s take on how practical, everyday items make the best wedding gifts.

6. 5 Cool Girl Activities I Refuse to Spend Money On
Why trying to be a “cool girl” can be costly, exhausting, and ultimately unrewarding.

7. 6 Life-Changing Korean Skincare Products That Cost $35 or Less
How to fill your medicine cabinet with a beauty writer’s top skincare picks.

8. 7 grown-up things I wish I'd done with my tax refund (instead of splurging on a vacation)
A look at how using your tax refund to make long term investments might be one of the smartest things you can do.

9. Confessions of a 30-Year Old with 2 Degrees, No Job, and No Boyfriend
Hear a 30-year old woman’s personal journey of coming to terms with things not turning out as planned.

10. Dear Men, It's Not Okay to Hit on a Girl Who's Paid to Be Nice to You
An open letter to men who knowingly (and unknowingly) harass women in the service industry.

11. Minimalism is Just Another Boring Product Wealthy People Can Buy
Hot take: minimalism is an aesthetic often imbued with a moralistic, condescending attitude by people of privilege.

12. 11 Domestic Habits Everyone Should Have Mastered by 30
Get a grasp on these easy-to-implement tips to improve your domestic skills on your own terms.

13. Why “Don't Worry About Money, Just Travel” Is the Worst Advice of All Time
Traveling is a privilege that anyone with money can buy, and it doesn’t equate to moral or cultural superiority.

14. All the Money I Wasted Trying to Impress Dudes Who Didn't Want to Date Me
One woman’s monetary assessment of disingenuous purchases made to get men’s attention.

15. A Room-By-Room Guide to Cleaning Every Filthy Thing in Your Home
Products and techniques that will help you keep your home clean on a regular basis.

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