Regina @ WPF

Regina is a community-building expert, personal finance enthusiast, and leader in the psychedelic renaissance as both an educator and an advocate. She's an entrepreneur, mother to a son with cancer, a doctor of pharmacy, artist, and all-around fabulous, messy human. Regina occasionally blogs at her site, ThatFrugalPharmacist.com, but spends most of her personal finance time as a co-founder of WomensPersonalFinance.org. She's CoastFI, hit a million$ net worth at 33, and lives on her paid-off property on the Oregon coast. When she's not focusing on finance or family, Regina is a co-founder of The Psychedelic Pharmacists Association and spends much of her time advocating for legal access to psychedelics and their role in helping people build better more meaningful lives. She values sustainability, mindfulness, and awareness of non-monetary costs to align personal values with money habits.

Empower Your Budget: Discover Your Next Favorite Budgeting App

Heads up!  Mint by Intuit will be signing off in 2024. While we’re bidding farewell to this old financial friend, it’s the perfect moment to welcome new budgeting tools that can help us stay on top of our finance game. Fear not! We’ve curated a list of stellar alternatives, with some exclusive WPF free trial perks: […]

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The Case For Separate Finances

We’re continuing financial literacy month with a second guest blog post! Both of our posts this month focus on themes of how we deal with money in partnerships. How we intertwine (or not) or finances in our long-term relationships has significant implications for our personal financial wellness throughout our lifetimes. As such, we want to

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How to Protect Yourself Financially When You Earn Less

April is Financial Literacy Month! So, we’re going to talk about financial security, especially protecting yourself when you earn less than your partner.  This great post emphasizes how important it is for lower-income partners to take measures to protect themselves financially in a relationship. Unforeseen circumstances (and foreseen statistically, but sometimes hard to accept individual

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PrepperFI 2022: Taking Control of Your Future Beyond Just Money

PrepperFI 2022 Re-Introduction I wrote the original portion of this post back in the summer of 2018 for Tread Lightly Retire Early. If you like this post, aside from checking out all of WPF where we sprinkle these interests, check the Women’s Personal Finance (Women on FIRE) Facebook group, as well as the PrepperFI Facebook group that

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Who Supports the Supporters?

Vulnerability time. I don’t talk about “me” a lot here. Writers Note: What we share on our 62,000+ member Facebook community for Women’s Personal Finance is generally meant for that audience. For 62,000 people, we’re surprisingly tight-knit, and we like to maintain that community bubble. But, sometimes, there are things worth sharing with our wider

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