#26 – Michael Joseph – Why You Should Live Small and Do More in Your 20’s

The transition from college to full-time work is a big change. It’s a major change in identity from young adult in college to full grown, full time adult.  For most people, it’s the first time in their lives that they are making reliable income.  However, with more income, comes more temptation.   The temptation to buy a newContinue reading “#26 – Michael Joseph – Why You Should Live Small and Do More in Your 20’s”

#25 – Alexis Doerr – Solo Travel On a Budget

Alexis Doerr is an English Teacher based in San Antonio,Texas. In this episode Alexis discusses her month-long road trip to 8 national parks.  She discusses the planning, budgeting, and freeing part of the whole experience. Follow Alexis for photos from her trip/travels :Instagram: @alexis.doerr

#24 – Michael Joseph – 4 Steps to Pay Off Your Student Loans in Under 5 Years.

Find yourself 2 years into paying off your loans from College, and no progress has been made? I found myself in the same situation.  After 2 years, I couldn’t believe that my 375$ per month payment wasn’t making a bigger dent.  At that time, I was letting the Student Loan Company pull $375 each month to payContinue reading “#24 – Michael Joseph – 4 Steps to Pay Off Your Student Loans in Under 5 Years.”

#23 – Erin Flynn – Essentialism – Keeping Your Closet Sustainable

Erin Flynn is the CEO and cofounder of Cladwell.  Cladwell is a smart app that helps you learn how to appreciate what you have, do more with less, and clear out the clutter in your life. Get dressed easier, each and every day. In this episode Erin discusses Cladwell, Essentialism, and Defining your style to saveContinue reading “#23 – Erin Flynn – Essentialism – Keeping Your Closet Sustainable”

#22 – Michael Joseph – 3 Tips For Realistic Minimalism

3 Easy Tips for Realistic Minimalism  In early 2017, I found myself staring into an overflowing closet with absolutely nothing to wear.  I thought how is this possible.  This realization lit my curiosity flame on the trending concept of “Minimalism”.  As I learned more about Minimalism, I realized there was a very negative connotation around owning too much.  You hadContinue reading “#22 – Michael Joseph – 3 Tips For Realistic Minimalism”

#21 – Ericka Young – Getting Started With Personal Finance

Ericka Young is the Author of  “Naked and Unashamed – 10 Money Conversations Every Couple Must Have” and Owner of Taylor Made Budgets. She’s been working as a Personal Finance Coach for over 15 years.  In this episode Ericka shares her story and discusses best practices to getting started on your personal-finance journey. Get in touchContinue reading “#21 – Ericka Young – Getting Started With Personal Finance”

#21 – Michael Joseph – 3 Steps To Manage Your Finances Like A Small Business

Do you have trouble saving money? Can’t seem to get out of the paycheck to paycheck loop? It’s not because you are incapable. It’s not because you have low will power. It’s because most people assume that all of the money in their account is for whatever they want. Whether it be rent or eatingContinue reading “#21 – Michael Joseph – 3 Steps To Manage Your Finances Like A Small Business”

#19 – Stephen Warley – Digital Nomadism – Designing Life and Work Around Your Values

Episode Summary : Stephen Warley is the creator and host of the “Life Skills That Matter” Podcast He’s been working for himself since getting laid off in 2000 as a sales trainer, digital marketer, freelancer, consultant, coach, online entrepreneur and speaker. In this episode Steven discusses how work is changing, and the importance around designingContinue reading “#19 – Stephen Warley – Digital Nomadism – Designing Life and Work Around Your Values”

#18- 7000 Miles For Under $1000 – Week 3 and Recap

Week 3 Summary:  Three days of driving west across the country, and I am back! My trip was unfortunately cut short, but I still managed to go over my mileage.  7,300 Miles!  Mid way through week 2, while I was out in West Texas, I got the call that I would be returning to work atContinue reading “#18- 7000 Miles For Under $1000 – Week 3 and Recap”

#16 – Michael Joseph – 7000 Miles for Under $1000 Challenge – Week 1

It’s been quite a busy week so far… The first night away from home, I drove a short distance down to South Lake Tahoe to meet up with some friends.  They were planning on camping along the Carson River.  I figured it was perfect timing for me to tag along.  We left my car at my friend’sContinue reading “#16 – Michael Joseph – 7000 Miles for Under $1000 Challenge – Week 1”