Episode 109: How to Manage Your Money as a Millennial with Erin Lowry

May 24, 2017

Is there really that big of a difference between managing your money as a millennial compared to being a Gen Xer or Baby Boomer? As a millennial who has read numerous personal finance blogs and books, have attended my fair share of finance conferences, and have been writing and interviewing others on personal finance for over 5 years now, my answer is yes, yes and a BIG yes! Continue Reading

Episode 108: Financial Literacy for Teens with Eva Baker

May 17, 2017

Eva Baker headshot, TeensGotCentsUnlike many teens her age, Eva Baker started to get interested in personal finance at the young age of 16. She started listening to Dave Ramsey’s teachings, and got hooked. But what she soon realized is there was a ton of information out there on how to fix your financial woes, but not a ton on how to avoid them when you’re a teen and just starting your own personal finance journey. Continue Reading

Episode 107: How to Hustle to the Top with Codie Sanchez

May 10, 2017

Time and time again, I get people asking me how the heck I managed to work full-time for 5 years while growing my side hustle. Looking back after now being self-employed for over 4 months, I don’t really know. All I can say is I hustled like crazy because deep down I knew I was working towards something big and special. Continue Reading

Millennial Money Meetup: Register Now!

May 4, 2017

**Update: After only 5 days, tickets are sold out!**

Around this time last year, I got the crazy idea to do something totally outside my comfort zone — organize a large-scale event, called the Millennial Money Meetup, to promote financial literacy in my community.

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Episode 105: How to Save & Make Money through the Second-Hand Economy with Kerry Taylor

Apr 26, 2017

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Kerry Taylor headshotKerry Taylor’s blog Squawkfox was one of the first personal finance blogs I stumbled upon when I was starting my personal finance journey in my early 20s. Continue Reading