The Save Spend Invest Podcast

Hey guys!

Long time no speak! Well if you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, I’ve been hanging out on Podcasts! We’re just over 10 episodes in and over a thousand downloads and I thought I’d bring you guys in on the fun! We’ve talked about budgeting vs automating, uni tips on managing your money, balancing your 9 – 5 and business, 8 ways to improve your money management, self control and money and so much more. It’s been amazing getting to talk to you guys through this medium and receiving your questions and feedback after each episode. We’re available on your major podcast channels – Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts etc. So come check us out, and tell all your friends but most of all let us know how you’re loving it. We love seeing your screenshots on IG stories, or Twitter saying what you took from each episode.

Hopefully by 2019 we’ll start transcribing some of the episodes here, and creating some new content but for the meantime, please come say hello in our dm’s which are always open @savespendinvest. If you’d like to create some content for us, or be a part of the podcast or SSI team, let us know by emailing

See you on the other side!


One Year On | A Girl & Her Money Story

A year ago, I started Save Spend Invest with one simple mission: to get millennials like myself on the ladder to financial freedom. In the space of a year, I’ve been able to hit goals I didn’t even set for myself initially. Some of the highlights over the last year are:

  1. Hosting a conference: Save Spend Invest – The Conference was held in Reading on March 3rd, 2018 and we still have testimonials coming in saying how helpful it was in shaping the rest of the year. We had a seminar and workshop which featured talks on getting out of debt, getting started with investing and building your investment portfolio. Check out this blog post about it.
  2. Launching my first book: The ABCs of Personal Finance was an idea I had towards the end of last year, fuelled by all your questions, suggestions and a passion for helping people take their first step in personal finance. A small girl with a big God and 6 months after, a book was launched! Officially launched online on May 16th, 2018 and a book launch party on June 2nd, 2018 in London. Book sales of over 250 copies from people all of the world have left me feeling so overwhelmed. Goes to show you how no idea is ‘stupid’ or ‘impossible’. All it takes is hard work and trusting God. Grab a copy here if you haven’t already! If you have read the book, please leave a review on Amazon!
  3. Co-hosting another conference: After SSI The Conference, I teamed up with one of my speakers, Freddie Odukomaiya and we decided to have another conference. Right in the middle of summer in Central London, on July 28th, 2018, nearly 50 of you turned up to what was an amazing and highly informative conference.  We talked more about investing, monetising your skills and the psychology of money. Check out highlights on our Instagram here.


Other things I got up to were several speaking events, which I have thoroughly enjoyed so much and have decided I would like to do some more of in future. I have been a keynote speaker at a two business conferences by GYM London, being part of a panel at Vanguard Money Matters forum hosted by Women in The City Afro-Carribean Network, sat on the panel for Royal Bank of Scotland’s Personal Finance Event hosted by Young MCA to name a few.


So, if all of this was in a year, what’s next for year two???! Honestly, I couldn’t even tell you. None of what has happened in this past year has been anything that I could’ve dreamed or imagined. However, in year two, I would like to be more intentional and set some big goals, some of which include:

  • University [book] tours: It has been my dream to take SSI to universities and I aim to do that through workshops in societies, as a start. First up, I’ve got my first stop  at the University of Birmingham where I would be hosting a workshop mid October. Next up, Nottingham University and we’ll see how it goes from there… If you’d like me to come and host a workshop at your university, please get in touch with me using the Contact tab.
  • More speaking gigs: I have naturally always gravitated towards speaking as a means of expressing myself so I hope to do more speaking events. If you would like to book me for your event, please also contact me at
  • A podcast: I’m trying something different here and have decided to take Save Spend Invest into audio! This is an informal chit chat podcast about money and how to get smarter with it. I’ll be sitting down with a few people to talk about how to be financially successful in uni, at work or in business. Listen on all your favourite channels – just search ‘Save Spend Invest’. Please subscribe, and share with all your friends you think might enjoy it! Also send your suggestions and questions to us @savespendinvest on Twitter and Instagram. Here it is on Apple podcasts. Enjoy!


Other things to come  include more videos (follow me on Instagram so you don’t miss it) , useful free toolkits & a product that helps you manage and track all your financial goals.

It has been a privilege to have impacted quite a number of you, so I want to say a big thank YOU for sticking with me. All your encouragement, well wishes and questions went a long way into my being here today. Save Spend Invest is more for you than it is for me, so please if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, do send them on. I love hearing from you and how you’re getting on with your journey. If you would like to share your money story with me, please email

I look forward to this new season with you.

All my love.




The Young Professionals Guide to Financial Freedom

Ugh, adulting. /ādülting/ [Urban dictionary] to do grown up things and hold responsibilities such as, a 9-5 job, a mortgage/rent, a car payment, or anything else that makes one think of grown ups.
Adulting is that one thing we are all starting to do but no one really likes it or talks about much about it. Well guess who’s here to address the elephant in the room?