Kate and Emily take the mic! It’s that time of year again- when our wives have yet again so graciously agreed to sit down and talk with us about money after we wrestle the kids down for naptime, while we’re away at the beach! Specifically during this episode we fielded some questions from the Facebook group and the ladies answered what their current splurges are, thoughts on moving our families to the burbs, ways to keep the grocery budget down, when we got financially naked, how to match different levels of risk tolerance, what it looks like to include kids in our family money conversions, and plenty of other nuggets of wisdom!

Additional links:

  • Food – Leanne Brown had some fantastic tips on how to keep your grocery budget in check. Her free cookbook is incredibly helpful and nerdy as she breaks down the cost- not only to the price per meal, but the price per serving as well!
  • Kids – If you’re interested in raising financially savvy kids, listen back to our convo with Liz Frasier!
  • Credit Card Tool – Looking for the right credit card for you? Then check out our new credit card tool that’ll help you to easily filter through all the cards based on your preferred airline, whether or not they have an annual fee, or simply by the cash back offer! Just toggle the sliders and you’ll know which card to consider.

During this episode we enjoyed A Plume of Many Hues by Hop Butcher for the World! And please help us to spread the word by letting friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you’re not already a regular listener, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to change the conversation around personal finance and get more people doing smart things with their money!

Best friends out!

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