Wanting To WealthyJun 01, 2021
Today's episode is all about emergency funds. What constitutes an emergency, types of emergency funds and mitigating risks are all discussed.
This episode is a two-for-one. Join me as I update you about what my family and I have been doing this summer and I will be talking about how to navigate working on large projects with friends and family.
Interview with Sean Hogan
Join me as we learn my husband's, Sean Hogan, side of the story. He shares with us his business, learning path and mentors in constructions and agriculture.
*Sorry for any weirdness with the audio*
Join me in the annual update episode on my son and how I am growing with him.
I give you a day in the life as well as tips I have learned over the last year about how to raise an only child on a budget.
Join me as we enter our fourth year of the podcast and take a trip down memory lane. My favorite part of the podcast is getting to ask guests, "What does wealthy mean to you?" Listen to this recap of how my guests answered.
Here is part three of the debt usage series. If you haven't listened yet, go back to Episodes 58 and 59 for more information and background.
Support in Business
Before we discuss utilization of business debt, let's talk about support systems in business because, lets face it, life is easier with support!
Join me in part 2 of 2 about debt and debt utilization and advantages of using debt.
Disclaimer: If you do not have impeccable control over your finances and debt, DO NOT try this. Trigger Warning: Cancer and Death
Types of Debt
In this episode, join me as I discuss types of debts and how they relate to each other. This episode is in preparation for the May 15th episode answering the question: How to effectively use debt and what are the advantages to certain types of debt?
Money doesn't control you
Join me as I explore the topic of money and control. Money doesn't control you.
Join me as I discuss changes to the Wanting to Wealthy podcast, Patreon and company.
Do you fully understand what kind of relationship you are getting involved in when you put your money into a financial institution? Join me as I discuss some of the differences, acronyms, pros and cons.
We are taking a break. In this episode, I talk about what's happening now and in the near future.
The only thing that is constant in life is change. Join me as I talk about navigating changes.
Interview with Tracy Rodriguez
Join me in welcoming Tracy Rodriguez to the podcast. Tracy takes us on her journey of injury to building a business to pivoting that business and more all with the mission of helping others heal themselves
Finances and Health
Interview with Kathleen Loucks
Join me as I chat with Kathleen Loucks. We talk about the direct sales industry, her Tupperware business, raising her kids while running a business and how buying things like Tupperware can be a great choice to stretch your dollar and/or support your zero waste journey.
Join me as we talk about the ever-present pinterest topic of meal prepping. What is it? How can it save you money (and time)? Is it right for you? and some steps to get started.
Interview with DeBorah Beatty
Interview with Bob Wheeler
Emotions and Money
Let's look at emotions and money. I used to think these were entirely separate, but as I always say, "when you know better, you do better."
Interview with Julie Allen
Join myself and, guest, Julie Allen as we talk about the fashion industry, diet culture, sustainability and doing "the next right thing."
The Sustainability Movement
What is the sustainability movement? What do words like minimalism, zero-waste and recyclable really mean? Find out in this episode and learn how this movement can help your wallet.
Interview with Liezel Harrison
Join me as I chat with Liezel Harrison, a Sseko fellow turned Noonday ambassador, who is on a mission to change the fashion industry while sharing and contributing to the mission of contributing to something bigger than herself in the realm of women’s education and dignified job creation in developing countries.
In this episode, I continue the annual series of children and money. This year I share several stories in which I talk to my preschool age child about money. Listen in for tips, ideas and more.
Thank you! In this episode, I give a heart-felt thank you for the progress of the podcast so far as well as taking a look toward the future.
Interview with Julie Slaikjer
In this episode, Julie and I chat about the mortgage and escrow industry, the housing market crash of 2008 and how her life shifted to becoming the Creative Maker Coach.
In this episode, I discuss what financial security is and some tips to gaining it.
Continuing the Conversation with Ange Thompson
Join me in another conversation with Ange Thompson. In this episode, we discuss leadership vs management, being the CEO of your story and finding your people.
If you haven't listened to the first conversation, its episode 24.
Self Employed Wealth Building
In this episode, I discuss concepts and ideas that will help with the success and ultimate wealth of your self employed business.
Interview with Sarah Zareen
In this episode, follow along as I get to learn about and from Sarah Zareen. Sarah is a BIPOC woman sharing her family's healing.
This is part three of a three part housing series. In this final housing episode, I look into roommates. We explore the difference between roommates and multigenerational living, the history of roommates, pros and cons and my best tips for successful roommate relationships.
Interview with Marcy Holmes
In this episode, I got to interview Marcy Holmes, Life Coach. We talked about the nuance of the word wanting and so much more!
Housing: Multigenerational Living
Interview with Jodi Turner
In this episode, we get to know Jodi and more about the lending side of buying a home. Join me as we learn about Jodi's past and path to becoming the Mortgage Friend.
Housing: Rent vs Buying
Interview with Cathy Gasper
In this episode, I discuss the environmental, health, community and personal budget implications of where we choose to get our food from.
Interview with Sarah Peshek
In this episode, we get to learn about Sarah Peshek and her journey to finding what's most important to her and her family and the zero waste swaps she fell for.
In this episode, we explore tradition and non-traditional ways of caring for children before age 5. As well as address what some of the financial impacts are and some ideas to align your childcare goals with how you are actually caring for your children.
Interview with Alison Brown
Join me as I interview Alison Brown. Alison is a Pacific Northwest native, wife, mother of 3, travel enthusiast and considers herself a money mentor. Alison runs two businesses with her husband, Trent, their roofing company and their financial services business which is her true passion and focus. She makes money education accessible and easy to understand and gets her biggest kicks out of helping people change their money story. Not only that but she’s teaching others how to do what she does by building their own financial business!
In this episode, I discuss capsule wardrobes. What they are? How to get started? How they affect your finances? And more!
Interview with Angela Thompson
In this interview with Angela, we address career change, scarcity mindset, talking to your children about money and having a willingness to grow and change.
This episode is the much anticipated follow up to Episode 3: Having a Baby. As our children grow so do their needs and financial requirements. I address how these things have changed in our family as my son as grown into an active two year old and how you may be able to apply what I have learned to your family and finances.
Interview with Sara Fins
In this episode, we get to dive into the differences between personal and business finances, why they are both important and how you can be more confident in each.
Zero Waste Saves
In this episode, I dive deep into zero waste. What is it? How it can help with your finances? How to get started? How you can support your local economy? and more!
Interview with Fawn Dietz
In this episode, we talk about a gluten free diet and how it can affect finances. These concepts apply to any dietary restriction or none at all.
One Year Anniversary: Failing Forward
Join me as I review the last year. Failing forward seemed to be the theme (and that's ok!).
Interview with Sarah VanHoose
This month I interviewed Sarah VanHoose. She is a Ramsey Preferred Financial coach. We talk about how she got started, what her goals are and working together to bring financial education to the masses.