[Ep. 119] How Not to Self-Sabotage Your Finances with Whitney Hansen

Oct 11, 2017

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For this episode of the podcast, I chat with fellow female podcaster (The Money Nerds Podcast) and money coach Whitney HansenContinue Reading

[Ep. 115] How to Become a Millionaire Blogger with Michelle Schroeder-Gardner

Sep 26, 2017

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I’m so excited to be kicking off Season 5 of the Mo’ Money Podcast with this stellar interview with Michelle Schroeder-Gardner from Making Sense of Cents. It’s not every day you get to talk to someone you’ve been following for years who went from ordinary personal finance blogger to online entrepreneur raking in over $100,000 per month (yes, I’m not lying, just check out her income reports for proof!). Continue Reading

What to Do After an Interest Rate Hike

What You Should Do After an Interest Rate Hike

Jul 17, 2017

A lot has changed since last Wednesday. As predicted by economists and financial experts throughout the country, the Bank of Canada finally raised its overnight interest rate on July 12, 2017, by a quarter of a percent, from 0.50% to 0.75%. Continue Reading