223: How to Tell Your Friends You’re Broke

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Talking about being broke with your friends and telling them something isn’t in your budget can be difficult. It can be awkward, especially if you’re not on the same page financially. Erin Lowry of the Broke Millennial joins me to discuss how to handle these conversations a little bit easier in our lives.

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