- 1Spend according to your values
- 2Save money (even if you’re scraping by)
- 3Create a budget that doesn’t feel restrictive
Back to Basics is a straightforward, actionable course that will teach you to spend according to your values, save money (even if you’re scraping by), and create a budget that doesn’t feel restrictive.
They didn’t teach you this in school.
You know more about algebra and cell anatomy than you do about how to actually *adult.* You still remember the quadratic formula, but you have no idea how to start saving money. Listen— you’re not alone. Over half of millennial and Gen-Z women feel lost when it comes to their finances. That's why Tori built Back to Basics.
Back to Basics is your straight-A solution to every time you thought— “why the hell was I not taught this in school?” It’s a course built to give you a well-rounded foundation in personal finance— boring lectures and monotone professors excluded (prep yourself instead for Chalamet references and Leslie Knope gifs.) Learn How to Spend Mindfully, Save Money, and Make a Budget (Without Wanting to Die) with meme-filled modules, downloads, and actionable homework to *finally* feel financially confident.
Tori Dunlap is an internationally-recognized money and career expert. After saving $100,000 at age 25, Tori quit her corporate job in marketing and founded Her First $100K to fight financial inequality by giving women actionable resources to better their money. She has helped over one million women negotiate salaries, pay off debt, build savings, and invest.
Host of the #1 Business Podcast, Financial Feminist; author of the upcoming book “Financial Feminist” (Harper Collins); and Adweek's "Finance Creator of the Year", Tori's work has been featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, the New York Times, TIME, PEOPLE, New York Magazine, Forbes, BuzzFeed, CNN, CNBC, and more.
Tori now travels the world writing, speaking, and coaching about personal finance, online businesses, side hustles, and confidence for women.