[Ep. 120] This Is Why You Should Track Your Spending

Oct 11, 2017

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For this Listener Series episode of the podcast, I chat with Scott McEachern who reached out to me to be on the show after being a long-time listener.

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Sep 11, 2017

Something I’ve always struggled with once I hit puberty has been my weight. Growing up, I was such a sporty kid and could pretty much eat anything I wanted and never gain a pound. But all that changed once I became a teenager, and ever since then I’ve been in this constant struggle to maintain my weight, and it’s just gotten harder the older I get (and the slower my metabolism gets). Continue Reading

[Ep. 112] How to Empower Yourself by Taking Control of Your Money with Hilary Hendershott

Jun 14, 2017

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This is by far one of my favourite podcast episodes of the season, and it all has to do with how insightful and wise Hilary Hendershott is. Not only does she hold an MBA and CFP (so she knows her stuff!), she has a great story. Continue Reading

[Ep. 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