You and your partner likely have completely different views about finances and what you feel comfortable discussing with other people. This makes an already tricky subject even more complicated. Erin Lowry, of the Broke Millennial Talks Money, joins me to discuss how to talk about your finances in a way […]
Anonymous blogger Purple joins me to discuss how a quick conversation at work about salaries almost caused a riot. Discussing what you make at work may sound like the scariest and most uncomfortable thing you could ever do; but not having that conversation could be costing you thousands! Hear more […]
Allison from Inspired Budget is back to help me take on another listener question. This week Caroline is calling in with a question about how to get her husband on board when it comes to discussing their budget. Hear more from Allison at https://www.instagram.com/inspiredbudget To get your new wireless plan for […]
Allison Baggerly of Inspired Budget has joined Popcorn Finance to discuss separating facts and feelings on your journey to financial independence.
Allison and her husband paid off a total of $111,108 on two teachers’ salaries in four and a half years. Now she has built an online empire, helping others to do the same.
One thing that Allison is adamant about is that you will hit emergencies, mess-ups, set-backs, and general life chaos on a debt free journey.
It’s Thanksgiving week here in the US so I thought I’d share one of my favorite conversations to help you get through the long travel waits and even longer family conversations. The Year of Less was one of my favorite books of 2018 and I got the chance to with […]
Can I trust online bank accounts? I received an email from Jordan wanting to know my thoughts on some of the new online only accounts that are popping up. In this episode I will show you what to look for when opening a checking account online. PopcornFinance.com/Instacart Becoming an Instacart […]
Would you rather talk to your parents about sex than their finances? Well 9% of people surveyed said that they would, which is crazy. But why is talking to our parents about money so scary and what can we do to get the conversation started? Author of Mom and Dad, We […]
Part 1 Part 2 Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher Click Here for More Ways to Listen The Year of Less was one of my favorite books of 2018, which means this has to be one of my favorite episodes of 2019. I’m joined by author and all around great person, […]
Listen & Subscribe iTunes | Google Play Store | Stitcher | Spotify | Radio Public It can be very helpful to seek out the advice of an expert, especially when it comes to your money. But sometimes a one size fits all solution isn’t what’s best for you and your financial situation. Jen Hemphill from […]