Money Expert Tori Dunlap on the Best and Worst Purchases She’s Made
Everyone gets buyer’s remorse, even financial pros and celebrities. GOBankingRates’ new series explores the purchases these notable figures regret — and the best money they’ve ever spent. Today we’re featuring Tori Dunlap, a money and career expert, and host of the “Financial Feminist” podcast. Dunlap founded Her First $100K after saving up $100,000 and quitting her corporate job — all by the age of 25. She fights financial inequality by empowering women to reach financial success, and has helped more than 2 million women navigate debt, saving, investing and more.
My Best Purchase
The best purchase I’ve ever made is Friendmoon, the honeymoon-style trip I always take with my friend. We’ve traveled to Costa Rica, Italy, done a national park road trip, and last year we spent two months in Europe.
My Worst Purchase
The worst purchases I ever make are when I spend a lot of money on food and the food ends up tasting disgusting, or when I spend a lot of money on food and it’s microscopic and I leave feeling like I need to have a burger. It feels like you need double dinner.
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