Time is Money, Baby! In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Mike Cavaggioni from Average Joe Finances. We met through several personal finance communities and although he leads a busy life, he is a pro side hustler! He runs a podcast, is a finance coach, holds a real estate license, and is a … More Get More Out Of Your Side Hustle with Mike
Guestpost and Infographic by Busykids The Money mindset is formed in the early years, and as we discussed with Dee even 2,5-year-old kids pick up adult habits and copy their framework. Financial literacy starts at a young age and money stories (abundance vs. scarcity mindset) are being written already by the time your kid turns 7. … More Teaching Your Children Good Money Habits While They’re Young (Infographic)
“Anybody can achieve early retirement, not everybody will” In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Chris Mamula from Can I Retire Yet?. Chris is a physical therapist who retired at the young age of 41 (!). Yes, that is indeed about 25 years before the traditional age for retirement but contrary to popular … More The Unconventional Path to Early Retirement with Chris
Guestpost by Abby Bootman As crypto is gaining more traction in the last month, my friend Abby is back with yet another article on cryptocurrencies. What to pay attention to if you want to invest in crypto? Why do people invest in something? They want to make some money, of course. And why do people … More What To Pay Attention To If You Want To Invest In Crypto?
Don’t keep that money under the mattress! In today’s episode, we will speak to my friend Jesse from The Best interest. We met through Twitter and other personal finance communities and when I heard him speak on Michelle is money Hungry’s Podcast I thought: “I want this guy here too!”. Jesse has a talent for … More How To Overcome The Fear of Investing In The Stock Market with Jesse
Guestpost by Tawnya Redding We all understand the concept of wants vs. needs and that we should prioritize our needs before spending money on the things we want. We also know that most financial pundits will harp on the necessity of living within our means, even if it means sacrificing almost all of our wants. … More 5 Tips for Guilt-Free Spending on the Things You Want
Guestpost by Abby Bootman Cryptocurrency, should you invest or not? Where does one start? Many topics have already been tackled here surrounding the topics, but still, the question keeps coming, especially since November/December last year! In order to wrap our heads around it, our guest writer today, Abby will help us on how and where … More What is Crypto and What is The Best Way to Get Started?
Specific and Actionable Money Tips You Can Start Implementing Today! Guestpost by Sophia from Experlu Your 20s are the best and the most challenging time to develop sound money habits. You are starting your adult life and start making money but somehow it remains difficult to know how to manage that for the best. Sophia … More Under 30? Here are 10 Financial Tips to Help You Master The Basics of Personal Finance
Guestpost by Samuel Madu When it comes to intelligence (the ability to understand)there are various forms to express it and not only in the form of good grades at school or the fastest at TV quizzes. And you have probably heard of being school and/or street smart. So, are you school smart or street smart? … More Are you School Smart or Street Smart? Which is Best?
Money is Also There to be Spent, Enjoy it! Today is this season’s last podcast episode. Like last year, I am taking a break from podcasting for the summer and the show will be back in September with new fresh interviews. I will nevertheless remain active on social media and will publish a couple of … More How to Spend Your Money Guilt-Free On The Things You Love with Larry (And Many Others!)