Gemma Hartley, SUCCESS magazine

Gemma Hartley

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Nevada, United States

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Past:
  • SUCCESS magazine
  • HerMoney
  • Harper's Bazaar
  • Romper
  • Teen Vogue
  • SheKnows
  • Babble
  • Scary Mommy

Past articles by Gemma:

The Simple Secret to Energized and Productive Mornings

Our writer took a more holistic approach to her routine from start to finish, so that she could feel productive. This is her solution to sluggish mornings. → Read More

What My Dream Retirement Looks Like

Have you ever stopped to think about what you really want your retirement to look like, aside from having enough money to get by? → Read More

4 Best Money Management Apps for Couples

Co-managing money with your significant other can be one of the most stressful parts of a relationship. But these 4 apps make managing money together easy. → Read More

How I Stop a Bad Decision in Its Tracks

When your brain is moving fast, it’s time to slow things down. → Read More

Men Everywhere Finally Understand Emotional Labor

How marriages across America improved after Gemma Hartley's eye-opening piece. → Read More

Men Everywhere Finally Understand Emotional Labor

How marriages across America improved after Gemma Hartley's eye-opening piece. → Read More

Every Parent's Guide to FAFSA

You may just be settling into your child’s senior year, but college will be here before you know it. Here's what you need to know about FAFSA. → Read More

I Hate The Toddler Stage — There, I Said It

I’ll be the first to admit that my toddler is wildly and undeniably cute. I am constantly awed by how lovable he is, and the fact that he is my last baby makes him all the more precious to me. He’ll sometimes wake up in the morning and say, “Hey mama… → Read More

Women Aren't Nags—We're Just Fed Up

Emotional labor is the unpaid job men still don't understand. → Read More

Women Aren't Nags—We're Just Fed Up

Emotional labor is the unpaid job men still don't understand. → Read More

5 Money Saving Apps That Seriously Beat Clipping Coupons

I liked the idea of saving money while I shopped, but I didn’t like the time and energy coupon clipping required. Here are the best apps that beat coupons. → Read More

The Career Mistake That Still Haunts Me

When I was new to freelancing, it seemed like a feat to simply have my name appear as a byline on an article, regardless of whether or not I was paid. → Read More

5 Things That Will Help You Stick to a Budget

Sticking to a budget is no easy task, but it is an enormously satisfying one. Here are our best tips for sticking to your budget. → Read More

The Amount Of Emotional Labor We Put On Stay-At-Home Moms Is Horribly Unfair

Before my husband and I had a baby, mental workload wasn’t something I thought about much. We both worked and went to school full-time. We both pitched in on cooking and cleaning. We grocery-shopped together (even though I was the one who made the li… → Read More

How to Leave Work at the Door

When you’re at work, work. When you’re with family, be present there, too. → Read More

4 Best Apps for Teaching Kids About Money

One of my biggest concerns as a parent is teaching my kids to manage money well. → Read More

The Spending Chronicles: The Writer and the Engineer

I have always enjoyed keeping a very detailed account of my finances. I even have all of my budget worksheets dating back to 2006 when I first started college. For me, tracking my financial journey helps keep me motivated to … Continued → Read More

3 Best Digital Tools for Freelancers

It can be difficult for freelancers to keep things organized, but these three digital tools make it easier to manage the business side. → Read More

Health Care is Self-Care, Too

When you think about self-care, you may think of things like taking a break from household duties in favor of a long, hot bath, reading a great book, or treating yourself to a shopping trip or meal out with your … Continued → Read More

5 Tools for Managing Your Student Loans

More Americans than ever are struggling with student loan debt. Currently, they owe over $1.3 trillion (yes, trillion with a “t”!) in student loan debt, spread out over 44 million borrowers. That number has jumped by over $31 billion in … Continued → Read More