The Money Nerds
Summary: Welcome to the #MoneyNerds community! This podcast shares weekly stories from people kicking butt with money on their way to financial independence, paying off debt, saving more money, or starting their dream business. Whitney Hansen interviews everyday people with weird, unique, and amazing money stories. If you are looking for a modern voice and financial tips that actually work, this podcast is for you. If you are trying to better your financial life, you're in the right place!
Sometimes, we just have to be extra intentional with our wardrobe to keep us looking polished and stick to our budget. These tips will help you with that! Enjoy!Read More »
Grant Aldrich founded OnlineDegree.com with a mission to make higher education more accessible and affordable for everyone. After graduating college with an overwhelming amount of debt, he was determined to change how students embark on their college education. Grant worked with startups and non-profits for 15 years prior to OnlineDegree.com. He graduated from University of California Irvine in Economics. In this episode we talk about financial lessons learned from owning startups, how the business actually works in conjunction with traditional universities,Read More »
Amanda Kintz is the founder and creator of Crunchy Hippie Life, an RN, and author of the book Dirt Cheap Adult: A Millennial’s Guide to Life on a Budget. In 2014, Amanda and her husband made just $16,000. During this time, they were able to pay down debt, live without credit cards, and sponsored two children overseas. She firmly believes that everyone can live an eco-friendly and healthy lifestyle, no matter what your budget is.Read More »
Weekly list of what I’m currently reading, listening, watching, eating and loving. Enjoy!Read More »
Today, I’m breaking down the strategy I used to bring in an extra $400 by flipping furniture. Enjoy!Read More »
Erin Papworth is the founder of Nav.it, an app that helps women become financial empowered, save money, and has a strong travel focus. She lives in Seattle, WA. Erin spent 13 years of her life working, traveling and living overseas, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa. She worked in humanitarian aid in some conflict zones and also interned in Washington DC, and completed a Masters of Public Health too. In this episode we talk about travel as a woman and some of our experiences,Read More »
Summer can be crazy expensive, but if you use these tips– you’ll be able to have a good time guilt free.
Katy Conicella is the co-founder and lead instructor at Bulldog Yoga, an in-studio and on-demand streaming yoga subscription company that is revolutionizing the industry. In this episode we talk about what it takes to become a yoga instructor and what made Katy fall in love with it, the healing power of movement, how she launched an on-demand yoga membership, advice from Katy for staring your own business, and how to start slowing down.Read More »
Unexpected expenses can sink your financial plan. But not anymore with these tips.
Tori Dunlap is a millennial money and career expert. Her career started with landing a digital marketing contract worth tens of thousands, and a full-time position as the head of marketing for a global company — all before she turned 22. On track to save $100,000 by 25, Tori founded Her First $100K to give women actionable resources to reach their first six figures too. She was a Plutus award finalist, her work has been highlighted by Arianna Huffington,Read More »
List of what I am currently reading, listening, watching, eating, loving. Enjoy!Read More »
David is a real estate investor, agent and best-selling author of Long-Distance Real Estate Investing and the latest book Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat. David is cohost of the popular podcast, Bigger Pockets, and has a goal of achieving total financial independence through real estate and to help as many others as possible to do the same. In this episode we talk about getting over the hurdle to your first real estate deal,Read More »
Here’s what I’m currently reading, eating, listening, watching and loving from New York! Enjoy!Read More »
How to support a grad on a budget. Enjoy!Read More »
I experienced burnout recently. That triggered a lot of self-reflection, research, and discovering where I went wrong. It was in the way I viewed self-care… Enjoy! Support our sponsor- Looking for a way to try yoga from the comfort of your home? Try your first month for FREE at bulldogonline.com/30-days-freeRead More »