About Leslie Beslie

About Leslie Beslie

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Hello! I’m Leslie.

I’m 34 years old and live in Brooklyn, NY on a single income. I work full-time as a digital analyst and my 1br costs $1,450/month.

I’ve lived in my rent stabilized apartment for 5 years. I don’t own a car. I have two cats. I haven’t received financial assistance from my family since high school. I am the first person in my immediate family to graduate college. I love college sports.

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NYC/Brooklyn, 90’s indie music, books, running, my cats, baking & cooking, dating, productivity and personal finance.


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As a blogger, everything you read here is written by me. I will not use guest writers, please do not ask. Everything I write is my own opinion based on my own life experiences. I do not have any professional financial experience. Nothing I write is sponsored.

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Updated: March 2017

4 Replies to “About Leslie Beslie”

  1. Hi Leslie,

    We’ve noticed you’ve had a lot of great posts online about personal finance so we thought you might enjoy becoming a member of the Wells Fargo Community and sharing your knowledge and experience on this topic with other members in our Community. We are always looking for good people to come add to the conversation and peer knowledge.

    It is open to everyone. It’s free to join and we welcome all people wanting to share and discuss financial topics.

    You can check out the Community here: WellsFargoCommunity.com

    I look forward to meeting you on the Community! Feel free to email me if you have any specific questions.

    Brandon,
    Community Moderator

  2. Your yearly budget spreadsheet is a thing of beauty! For someone who is hopeless with both excel and managing money it is a real gift. If you could let me know how I could change it from $s to £s I’d be really grateful.