Former Editor-in-Chief of Money Magazine Diane Harris to Speak at American Spa’s Women in Wellness Leadership Conference

Diane Harris

Want to learn to control your money, so it doesn’t control you? Money is the primary cause of stress in this country and that financial anxiety is linked to a number of health issues, such as migraines and heart disease. Studies show that women are, in general, more stressed about their finances than men. Diane Harris, an award-winning journalist and editorial director of Considerable.com, a new online resource for people who are redefining what it means to grow older, is a passionate financial wellness advocate slated to speak at American Spa’s Women in Wellness Leadership Conference on March 12 in New York City.

In “Three Simple, Smart Money Moves that Will Change Your Life Forever,” the former editor-in-chief of Money magazine will share the simple steps you can take now to help you save more, invest smarter, and take control of your financial life and put an end to financial stress for good. Harris is also the co-author of It Takes Money, Honey: A Get-Smart Guide to Total Financial Freedom. Harris has made numerous TV appearances, including the “Today” show, “Good Morning America,” and has written for various publications, including ForbesReal SimpleAARP the Magazine, and Good Housekeeping.

For more information or to register, check out American Spa’s Women in Wellness Leadership Conference.

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