46 - “Getting back on track when you feel like you’ve never been on track.”
*NOTE* This guest's name has been removed from this week's episode for privacy reasons! In this week’s episode of #futurerich I interviewed a 38-year-old who works for a Creative Agency and lives in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. It can be challenging to live in an expensive place like New York City, especially when you have to pay Federal, State, and City Taxes. We talked through saving money in the big apple in practical ways. Get my cheat sheet to buckling down and savi
45 Natasha - “The reality of freezing your eggs.”
In this week’s #futurerich episode I dove into a very personal topic with reoccurring guest, Natasha. Together, we discussed my experience with freezing my eggs. From the financial planning, to the aftermath, we cover all the nitty gritty details! If this is a subject you’ve been curious about this is not an episode you want to miss!
44 Ophelia - “How to stop being a slave to your money”
This weeks episode gets down to the nitty gritty of budgeting! I interviewed Ophelia who recently opened her art business in North Carolina where she lives with her husband and two kids. Her husband also recently opened his own Dental Practice. Together they are trying to manage their combined business and student loan debt. I helped Ophelia learn more about how she can deal with the different, unique expenses of being a business owner, and how to stay as positive as possible
43 Nacray - “You’ve already invested in your education, you shouldn’t stop now!”
I interviewed the wonderful Nacray in this week’s episode of #futurerich! Nacray is a 24 year old graduate who just obtained her Masters in Architecture. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia and works as an Architectural Designer at an Architecture Firm along with her part time job at Lush. We talked about the struggles of working while pursuing higher education, saving for retirement in your 20s, and why it may be worth it to defer student loan payments.