It’s time to celebrate the fact that we’ve now officially recorded and published 500 episodes of How to Money! And what better way to mark the occasion, than to hear some of the best money tips from all of our listeners. From making more money with real estate, to getting on the same page as your partner with money convos, to spending less on groceries and smarter ways to budget- we had more voice memos sent in to us than we had time to get to during this episode, but we’re excited to share a bunch of them with you today. And thanks to everyone for sending in their best money tip for us to share! We couldn’t do this show without the listener support and love that we receive every day- either as an email or simply by the fact that you listen to the show. So thank you for helping to make How to Money what it is today!
- We touched on side hustles- listen way back, to why it’s important to focus on a side hustle that is scalable.
- If you’re looking for more in-depth conversation on real estate: Coach Carson.
- Don’t forget, 4th graders get into national parks for free!
- And I looked up that Tumblr account, and turns out they’re still organizing things neatly!
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