Marriage is a beautiful thing. You get a best friend for life that loves you, laughs at your bad jokes and tells you when you have one of those stray hairs in your nose. Your spouse is your friend, your partner-in-crime and that person who simply tells you like it is. It’s all in the … Continue reading "49 | Simplify Your Marriage and Finances with a Budget"
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Each day we’re on this earth, we get a fresh opportunity to learn something new. We can learn a new skill, absorb new knowledge or improve our understanding about complex topics. With my podcast interview this week focused on ADHD, I feel like I learned in all three of these areas. In the past, whenever … Continue reading "48 | Superpower Advantages of ADHD with Peter Shankman"
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Have you ever walked into a Starbucks and seen that tip jar on the front counter and wondered, “How much should I tip? Or do I even need to tip at all?” Or have you ordered food to your house and the delivery person comes to the door and you think, “What’s a good tip … Continue reading "47 | How Much Should I Tip?"
From time to time, I receive questions from the Marriage, Kids and Money audience. I thought this week I’d shake up the show format a little bit by answering one of the questions I received recently about controlling expenses when we have a high income. Enjoy! Dear Andy, I saw Dave Ramsey live a couple … Continue reading "46 | With My High Income, Why Can’t I Get Ahead?"