2021: A Summer Olympics Like No Other

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By Sarah Wall The Summer Olympics rounded out with the closing ceremony on August 8. While they looked a little different this year, the Games have also been...

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by Shannon Santschi Photography by Deb Wonch and Michelle Sharbono For this article, we sit down with Carolyn Holly, a name and face familiar to our audience. Carolyn writes...

Registered Dietician Helps Families Battle Price Inflation at the Grocery Store

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By Carrie Sheffield Price inflation is hitting families hard, especially in their grocery carts. Arielle Kestenbaum, a registered dietician, is committed to helping families weather this and other...

Filling Up on Life at Murray’s Chevron

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by Shannon Santschi Spend 30 seconds with Michelle Murray and you'll realize she's probably never met a stranger. "I'm a people person," she says with a smile. She...

Celebrating the 5th Anniversary of Passage of ABLE Act: How the Law Has Changed...

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By Sarah Wall Saving money is a favorite topic here at Smart Women, Smart Money Magazine. Whether it’s putting away a portion of every paycheck or building up...

Chloe’s Money Tips for Kids: Interview with Kentucky Treasurer Ball

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By Chloe PullanHave you ever wanted something at a store and your parents told you no? Maybe you could start your own business and be able to...

Missouri Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick: Teenage Entrepreneur to Public Servant

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Written by Heather Pluard Photography by Tyler Beck "If you have a big idea, there’s something that you want to do, take a shot at it.” Those are words...

The Path of Wisdom and Understanding

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By Shannon Santschi “Nobody is going to rescue you.” Samantha Compton now recalls these words as a “light bulb” moment. Freshly divorced, at 38-years old, Samantha was worried about...

#swsmKentucky: A Huge Success!

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This past week, Smart Women Smart Money put on a terrific #SWSMKentucky Conference for those who registered to attend. Virtual conferences, a global trend that has emerged...

Innovative Leadership Program for Women of Color

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By Sarah Wall Becoming a successful entrepreneur is often considered the pinnacle of the American Dream. Running and managing a business, answering to no one but customers, and...
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