Love: Reason, Season or Lifetime V1.3

Love: Reason, Season or Lifetime V1.3

Love: Reason, Season or Lifetime V1.3

ARSL Story w/Candice Escobar



Introduction: Have you ever heard the phrase, some people come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime? While I didn’t create the phrase, it makes perfect sense to me. A divorce doesn’t make you a failure or a quitter. It’s quite the opposite, in most cases. These “love” stories will focus on the courage, lessons, & perspectives of everyday women (and some celebrities), to help you on your journey. Join me while we get in their business a bit.

Guest: Candice Escobar is a proud Millennial, residing in Texas and focused on homeschooling her kids while working from home. She prides herself on her vulnerability and radical honesty, and can be found hanging out on Instagram @_candice.escobar_

Listen to her divorce journey.

Share your real divorce story.


Nikki Tucker

Nikki Tucker

Founder & Managing Director


Nikki is a 16-year financial services professional, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst ®, and the primary divorce financial strategist for The FIIRM Approach. She helps female breadwinners prepare for divorce to avoid common financial mistakes and confidently maintain their financial security. She uses proven strategies within the FIIRM Approach methodology so her clients can manage their money, debt, and credit in their new financial life. TAKE ACTION & LEARN about the tools that can help make your new money life easier. Grab your FREE Ultimate Resource Guide HERE. 

Our Favorite Financial Literacy Posts

Our Favorite Financial Literacy Posts


April is Financial Literacy Month

I believe you already know what to do, but sometimes you need a little guidance, reminding, and reframining.

April is a good time to reset things with your money.

Your business with Uncle Sam is likely finished, you’re done with holiday spending and schmoozing, and you’ve fallen out of step with your New Year commitments or “word” and you’re ready to get back on track.

In honor of Financial Literacy month, we want you to know that you have a lot of time left to make progress with your money in 2021.


Here are 5 of our fav money blog posts… 


Plan Your Finances Like a Wedding in 3 Steps

Weddings can be fun and romantic. Planning your personal finances? Not so much. We put a lot of effort into planning our wedding. Our finances deserve the same love and attention. Read it here.

Credit is not the devil, neither is ice cream

I appreciate ice cream. I also appreciate debt. There’s a place in the world for both. Learn how I used credit cards to get out of debt. Read it here.

12 Modern Rules to Reach Your Financial Goals

This our most comprehensive blog post about money rules and action steps. We call it our financial commandments. These rules are the guiding principles for modern women who are truly ready to regain control of their money and reach their financial goals by using these simple tactics! Read it here.

Signs You Might Be Living Outside your Means

Learn some of the key signs you might be outside of your means. This post is not intended to make you feel bad, just to provide clarity. Read it here.

Screw Love. Are you financially compatible?

Are you considering marriage? It doesn’t matter if it’s your first or second marriage, use this post to uncover the financial questions and conversations you want to have with your future partner ASAP.  Read it here.


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