Displaying episodes 31 - 47 of 47 in total
This week we jump into habit formation and how we can develop intrinsic motivation and develop lasting behavior change that help us to achieve our long term goals, like getting out of debt. Check out more about James Clear and his many amazing articles at JamesClear.com or pick up his book, Atomic Habits, to continue learning about theRead more
This week is a little different. I jam on minimalism and how adopting minimalism in some areas of our life can help you to save money and energy so you can spend it on the things that you truly enjoy. Resources from this Episode: Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo Follow HY$YD orRead more
This week I’m joined by a new friend, Dani Morris. In this episode, Dani shares with us how she and her husband were able to thrive on a $30/week food budget for nine months so that they could buy a house. Each of us has been able to reconnect with food by focusing on our financialRead more
This week I talk about frugality, places you can save money automatically and ideas for frugal substitutions for behaviors and expenses that you've become accustomed to (ahem, hedonic treadmill).
This week I am checking in with an update on The Numbers and releasing the spreadsheet! Don't worry this episode isn't me reading a spreadsheet aloud. I also dive into lifestyle creep a little bit and share how I've observed the effects of hedonic adaptation at work in my own life.
This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Katharine Schweitzer about how Dave Ramsey's methods and books helped her move away from the stresses of living paycheck to paycheck.
Colin chats with an old friend and aspiring FIer, Scott Rieckens. Today, Scott is focused on producing "Playing with FIRE", a documentary that uncovers the growing the community of frugalists, mustachians and valueists choosing a path to financial independence and early retirement.
This week is a quick update from Colin. We'd love to hear any personal finance questions or stories from your own harrowed journeys toward financial independence. You can send us questions, comments and feedback to @howyouspend on social networks or shoot us an email.
This week, we review the goals that I set with Tanja in Episode 3 - Setting Goals. We discuss how and why people fail to achieve New Year's resolutions and how we can avoid becoming part of that statistic while moving toward our results.
This week, we dive into the holidays. Calvin joins me again to discuss holiday spending and how our IRL spending habits tend to also bleed into virtual worlds like World of Warcraft.
Colin has a quick update this week with some resources to set the stage for the holidays.
This week I am checking in with a solo update and answering some questions from friends and listeners. Thanks to Steve and John for your questions! Follow HY$YD or send us questions/feedback Twitter: @howyouspend Instagram: @howyouspend Web: howyouspendyourdays.com
This week we discuss facing your consumption and expenses by building an expense inventory. I looked at every recurring expense and expense category (food, drinks, etc.) to see where my money has really been going. This week I’m joined by a friend and fellow podcaster, Calvin Fung. We talk about the latte factor, our cocktailRead more
This week I sit down with Tanja and talk about my upcoming goals for tackling my financial obstacles. Goal 1: Create a $1,000 emergency fund Goal 2: Establish a plan with the IRS Goal 3: Choose a plan of attack for credit card payoff Goal 4: Inventory my expenses Goal 5: Smooth out my freelance income or get a job The audio in this one was captured poorly. Tanja was not actually recording in a fish tank and I was a little under the weather but we can only improve from here! Thanks for listening.
Today we talk about my debt, put actual numbers to it and draw a line in the sand. These numbers will be available soon at http://howyouspendyourdays.com/numbers so you can follow along with my progress. You can follow along with us on Twitter at @colinloretz and @our_nextlife.
In this first episode, we’re setting the stage with our backstories. Who we are, what we do and how we find ourselves talking about debt today. You can follow along with us on Twitter at @colinloretz and @our_nextlife.