Before you even listen to this episode of the show, please read my guest Paulette Perhach’s article that went mega-viral — A Story of a Fuck Off Fund. As I mention in this episode, I had a very emotional reaction to her article. It was just such an amazing visual story of why we all need to take care of ourselves by having an emergency fund, so I highly recommend you read it, then listen to our chat together. I know myself and any other personal finance experts out there talk about the importance of having an emergency fund all the time, but her story really can show you how it can be a life-changer.
Besides having an article that went viral, Paulette is also the new author of the book Welcome to the Writer’s Life. She writes for all kinds of major publications like the New York Times, Elle and Cosmo, and she knows first-hand how difficult it is to crack into this business as a new writer. So, if you’ve ever thought about being a professional writer, this is literally the playbook on how to get started!
Check Out Paulette’s Book
Articles by Paulette You Should Read
- A Story of a Fuck Off Fund – The Billfold
- Life Since the Fuck Off Fund Became a Thing – The Billfold
- What You Learn When You Fly to Puerto Vallarta on the Same Plane as Russell Wilson – The Stranger
- Do Your Friends Know You’re Broke? – Elle
- How to Get Over Being a Hot Mess – Cosmopolitan
Support Paulette As an Awesome Writer
It’s not easy being a writer and making a living, but Paulette isn’t just a writer, she’s also delving into the world of entrepreneurship. She is now a writing coach, has a course and sells her own merchandise.
- Learn more about Paulette’s writing coaching
- Check out her writing course – The Writer’s Welcome Kit
Watch My Side Hustle Online Training
I’ve been doing a number of workshops on how to become a side hustler, so I thought it was about time to do a webinar so you can attend no matter where you live.
Open Submissions for Guest Posts
Hello lovely podcast listener, do you have a money story to share? Well, first and foremost, you are always welcome to email me about being a guest on the Listener Series of my podcast. I’m always looking for new listeners to interview, so feel free to email me directly with your money story to apply to be on the show.
Does the idea of being recorded on the podcast freak you out? Maybe you’d be more comfortable writing a guest post on my blog. I’m currently accepting submissions from my podcast listeners (and blog readers, of course!) for guest posts. What I’m looking for is raw and real money stories that include failures, successes, lessons and tips that readers can absorb and learn from.
To learn more and/or apply, click the button below.