HerMoney with Jean Chatzky

HerMoney with Jean Chatzky

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Personal Finance Expert. Award-Winning Journalist. Best-Selling Author.

Episodes

Ep 68: Dear Debt, I’m Not That Into You With Melanie Lockert  

If you were to write a kiss-off letter to that whopping student loan or credit card bill you're carrying, what would it say? How would it feel to get all of those thoughts and emotions out into the open? Blogger Melanie Lockert, author of the book Dear Debt, knows the answers.

Bonus Mailbag #2  

So many questions, so little time, so we're sending out another Bonus Mailbag edition of HerMoney.

Ep 67: Mindfulness 101 With Caren Osten  

We’re in the heart of summer and it's time to sloowww dowwwnn. That means shifting out of your comfort zone as a type-A person, who wears busy as a badge of honor, to dropping the ball (à la Tiffany Dufu — check her out on episode #57) and saying “no” more often. This week we break that down with my friend Caren Osten, a certified positive psychology life coach.

Ep 66: Confidence From The Inside Out With Bobbi Brown  

Keep it simple. A mantra I share with my friend and makeup maven Bobbi Brown, who literally changed the face of cosmetics when she launched Bobbi Brown Essentials over 25 years ago with her barely-there makeup message of confidence. We talk confidence, business savvy and how to use makeup to enhance your self-esteem — not cover up your insecurities.

Ep 65: Change Behaviors For Good With Katherine Milkman  

We're at the halfway mark of 2017, making it a fine time to check in on the resolutions, or goals, you made for yourself at the start of the year. Did you just grimace? Don’t feel bad if they went by the wayside. This week we're talking with The Wharton School's Katie Milkman. Her research uses big data to explain why changing our behaviors can be so difficult, and — best of all — how to finally make the changes we want for good.

Ep 64: Kickstart Your Big Idea With Alex Daly  

Think you have a great idea but hate the idea of asking family, friends and strangers for money? Meet The Crowdsourceress: Alex Daly.

Ep 63: The Case For Sabbaticals With David Bach  

You know my pal David Bach, author of (newly updated and expanded bestseller) The Automatic Millionaire, from his years of giving great financial advice. What you don't know is that he just came back from an 18-month sabbatical where he realigned his priorities and even learned to meditate. We hone in on the power of all three — automation, meditation and sabbaticals — and how they can lead to a richer life.

Ep 62: The Confidence To Take Command With Angie Morgan  

You think the ranks of women rising in corporate America are thin? Take a look at the Marine Corps, where fewer than 7.6 percent are women — and far fewer are in leadership roles. Angie Morgan, Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps and author of "Spark: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success," is here to help us change that.

Bonus Mailbag #1  

The HerMoney Mailbag is overflowing and we LOVE it. But we HATE only being able to get to a few questions in each episode. So, here's something NEW: A Mailbag Bonus.

Ep 61: Make More Money With The Penny Hoarder’s Kyle Taylor  

This week, we've got a ramen-to-riches story for you. Kyle Taylor, founder and CEO of The Penny Hoarder (a booming personal finance site) had a spending addiction and could not, would not, ask his parents to bail him out one more time. So he started gigging (i.e. beer auditing, movie preview auditor). Then he started blogging about how you could do the same.

Ep 60: Bad With Money? Meet Gaby Dunn  

Politics, sex, religion or money: Which of these topics is most likely to make you uncomfortable if it came up at a dinner party? For many, the answer is money.

Ep 59: Jill And Jean On Money  

Two personal finance nerds walk into a bar... If you think you know how this conversation goes, you're wrong.

Ep 58: The Doctor Is In: Elisabeth Rosenthal On Managing Your Medical Costs  

It only takes a one-night stay in the hospital to understand how healthcare has become a $3 trillion industry in the US. Even getting lab work done out-of-network can put this into perspective. And don't even get us started on prescription drug costs. Help is here in the form of Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal, author of the new bestseller: An American Sickness.

Ep 57: Drop The Ball(!) With Tiffany Dufu  

Good wife, good mother, good daughter, good sister, good friend, good worker. Isn't enough enough already? The inspiring Tiffany Dufu, author of the new memoir and manifesto, "Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less," says yes.

Ep 56: Make Money Doing What You Love With Christy Wright  

Are you sitting on a business idea that's always been your dream? Turn it into a reality with this week's guest, Christy Wright.

Ep 55: Design Your Life With Bill Burnett  

At Stanford University, students wait in line for rock star professor Bill Burnett's course-turned-bestseller, Designing Your Life. You don't have to.

Ep 54: Stop Being A Broke Millennial With Erin Lowry  

Calling all broke millennials: This week we have Erin Lowry, millennial personal finance expert, blogger and author of the upcoming book Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together.

Ep 53: Financial Aid 101 — And Your Questions Answered  

Congratulations! After a year spent applying to colleges, your brilliant offspring has landed. Unfortunately, so has the tuition bill. Don't panic — we've brought in financial aid expert Kelly Peeler to help you parse those maddeningly complex financial aid offers (and tell you how to negotiate for more).

Episode 52: Finding Your Financial Badass With Jen Sincero  

The ultimate badass, success coach and motivational cattle prod Jen Sincero shares the secret sauce that allowed her to triple her income in three months, morphing from a broke 40-year-old living in a garage to making seven figures.

Episode 51: Make Your Kid A Money Genius (Even If You’re Not)  

Direct deposit, Apple Pay, Venmo — money moves so quickly and transparently that it's hard for kids to understand the value of a dollar when we rarely touch one. To the rescue: Financial literacy expert and best-selling author Beth Kobliner.

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