#023 – Today’s episode features another nurse guest, Naseema McElroy. She is the founder of Financially Intentional – a platform about personal finance and living life intentionally.

Naseema is here to offer great advice on how nurses can become Financially Independent and live the life of their dreams. Grab your favorite drink and enjoy this episode!

In it we talk about:

  • Why she started Financially Intentional
  • How she was able to pay off just under $1mil in debt in just under 2 1/2 years
  • Why should nurses get their financial act together
  • Some of the amazing things nurses are able to do when they become intentional with their finances

Meet Naseema

Naseema is the founder of Financially Intentional, a platform about personal finance and living life intentionally. She discusses how taking control of her finances has enabled her to overcome bankruptcy, divorce, and break the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck. She shares her lessons along her path to help others benefit from the freedoms of financial independence.

Outside of encouraging people to get their financial act together, Naseema is a mother and Labor and Delivery Nurse. Though making six figures for years, she struggled with money. Finally realizing she couldn’t out-earn her financial ignorance, she knew she had to make some changes. By shifting her mindset around money, being consistent and intentional, She has paid off $1 million in debt and grew a six-figure net worth in three years without living in deprivation.


Connect with Naseema on Facebook

Follow her on Instagram and Twitter

Listen to her insightful Nurses on Fire Podcast

Check out her Financially Intentional website and learn how you can start living your best life without letting money issues stand in your way

Listen to more episodes on our website


And while you’re there, sign up for our newsletter so you can be notified when a new episode is released.

Would you like more interview episodes? Is there someone you would like to hear on the show? Send us an email at Hello@TheStayAtHomeNurse.com and let me know what you think.