“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.”
― Laozi

Some of you may have noticed that we have slowly begun making changes to the site. We are now My Fab Finance.

The amount of growth we have seen is remarkable and humbling.

When Tonya started the site in January 2013, it was essentially her accountability partner. You all were and remain our accountability partners. When Tiffany joined, it was with a desire to pay it forward and share the knowledge she has gained. The original concept of the site was about documenting our credit improvement journey. Since then we have educated ourselves and others on credit, budgets, rewards programs, career development, and getting down and thrifty.

Today we are officially announcing our new name. We are incredibly excited about the opportunities it brings. We are honing our collective energies into making My Fab Finance a resource for our peers and a company that assists women with the complex aspects of our lives; professional development, financial management, and wellness. If you are interested in working with us you can find out more information here.

Within the next month the domain MyFabFico will no longer be used by us or redirect to the new url (www.myfabfinance.com). The same goes for the e-mail addresses associated with that domain. Individuals who were subscribed to our previous e-mail list have been migrated over to our new platform. If you are not signed up but would like to, you can do so on the form below.

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We look forward to  our continued growth as well as to the opportunity to meet you wherever you may be on your journey.


Tonya & Tiffany




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Created by nationally recognized millennial money expert Tonya Rapley, My Fab Finance is a leading financial education and lifestyle blog for millennials who want to become financially free and do more of what they love.