Taylor K. Gordon is a personal finance writer and founder of Tay Talks Money, a personal finance and productivity blog on hacking your way to a happier savings account. Taylor has contributed to MagnifyMoney, The Huffington Post, GoGirl Finance, Madame Noire, and The Write Life.

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I’ll be honest — the allure of becoming a digital nomad was one of the reasons I decided to take my freelance writing full-time. I had dreams of hopping from country to country with my laptop and writing my heart out. I’m still a full-time freelance writer, but the logistics of it didn’t happen quite […]

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Whenever someone signs up for my email list they are asked to complete a survey. As a personal finance blogger, my questions are personal finance related. One of the most important questions I ask is: What roadblocks do you have when managing money? A roadblock that I keep seeing over and over in survey results […]

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At some point in your business, you’ll find yourself faced with a little thing called imposter syndrome. Its those moments when you second guess yourself and underestimate your ability to succeed. No matter how much you prepare, train, or perform, you continuously fear you’ll be outed as a fraud or wonder if others think you’re […]

If you’ve had many stops and starts in your business, or you’ve reached an income plateau, taking a hard look at your financial mindset could give you the extra push you need to level up. This year, I’m on track to almost double my income, and none of this happened overnight. The growth has come […]

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I’ve been fortunate over the last several years to have clients who usually pay on time. There’s only been two — that I can vividly remember — who have paid late consistently. Managing late invoices are a drag, and it can also be discouraging. If you put in work for a client, you would hope […]

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This year I’m focused on increasing my income — and the focus is paying off.  One thing that has been a significant help in increasing income is no longer seeing myself as an hourly worker. I stopped charging clients a long time ago based on an hourly rate, but for some reason I still thought […]

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