The Art of Finding Money…And Investing It – Jennifer Barrett, Acorns· Millennial Money
Living paycheck to paycheck is the reality for so many people. In fact, it might surprise you that even people who make a lot of money (well over $100,000) still live paycheck to paycheck. Overspending doesn’t discriminate. No matter what your income is, there is always extra money lurking in your bank account waiting to […] Read more...
Millennial Music Chat – Skating Polly· Millennial Money
Skating Polly is a family affair alternative/punk band with Oklahoma roots, with sister Peyton Bighorse on guitar, brother Kurtis Mayo on drums and sister Kelly Mayo playing the guitar/bass hybrid instrument called a basitar. An instrument that is not widely used, which shows how interesting and cool this band can really be. Even though Skating […] Read more...
A New Revolution In Higher Education – Adam Braun, MissionU· Millennial Money
Attending college in the United States comes at a price. It feels almost – dare I say – criminal to me. We tell students that you have to go to college if you want to get a good job – so you go to college, take on a ton of student debt or work yourself crazy […] Read more...
Finding The Free on Vacation· Millennial Money
We are all about saving money, finding great deals and how to save money and find great deals when you’re traveling. How about finding cool free stuff to do while you are traveling? Now that’s what we’re talking about. On This Podcast Episode: You’ve probably seen those lists of free things to do in cities […] Read more...
How to Budget With Irregular Income· Millennial Money
Budgeting with any type of income can be tricky but especially if you’re dealing with irregular income. Whether you’re a business owner or working with some fierce side hustles, learning how to budget with irregular income will help save you from future panic attacks in those months when the cash isn’t flowing as free as […] Read more...
Building Wealth With Your Bank Account – Colin Walsh, Varo· Millennial Money
If you have a phone, you’re familiar with all the different technology offerings to share payments, buy food, pay bills, etc. There’s so much we can do with our phones these days that you almost don’t need a computer anymore (almost). What about your bank account? Up until a few years ago the thought of […] Read more...
What It Takes To Be a Top Chef – Bruce Kalman· Millennial Money
We love good food. We love talking with chefs and love getting inside the brain of a fellow entrepreneur. That’s why we are excited about our interview with one of the best chef’s in Los Angeles who is now a contestant on Bravo’s Top Chef Season 15, Chef Bruce Kalman. Chef Kalman has worked his […] Read more...
Eat Healthy, Live More – Michael Wystrach Freshly· Millennial Money
What does eating healthy have to do with making smart money moves? The two have a big correlation to living a more abundantly rich life all the way around. When you feel good you tend to make smart money choices – everything from your career to your relationship to your bank account. Feeling good starts […] Read more...
Turn An Obligation Into A Vacation· Millennial Money
We’ve all had those kinds of trips that we know we have to go on (aka those work trips), but we’re dreading the whole time leading up. Whether it’s that fifth business trip to Des Moines this year, visiting the parental units in Florida or the yearly trek to your companies retreat in Seattle – […] Read more...
The Power Of Your Money Story· Millennial Money
What if I told you that your money story was set in motion by the time you were age 7? It’s so easy to over look the power of your money story and think that the decisions that you make around money are in a vacuum – but they aren’t. What we think, how we […] Read more...
Smart Millennial Money Moves to Make· Millennial Money
You’re already working on budgeting and saving your money and you’re wondering, “Ok, what should I be doing next.” No matter where you are on your money journey, just starting our or onto move advanced planning, it’s always a good idea to remind yourself of some of the smart money moves that you should be […] Read more...
Crazy Thanksgiving Numbers· Millennial Money
It’s Thanksgiving! It’s Thanksgiving! Hopefully you’re enjoying a great Thanksgiving this year surrounded by your friends and family, and of course, consuming a great deal of all your favorite foods. Thanksgiving day is also filled with a ton of crazy numbers – everything from how many turkeys we consume, to how much money is spent […] Read more...
Where To Find Christmas This Year· Millennial Money
Want to get away from all the hustle and bustle of your daily routine and dive head first into a Christmas experience you’ve never had before? This week’s Travel Episode will take us to 9 ultra-awesome and very-merry Christmassy places to travel this holiday season. On This Podcast Episode: How about whale watching off the […] Read more...
Stretch Your Holiday Dollars With Raise· Millennial Money
The holidays are sneaking up faster than we think, and if you’re like the average consumer, you’re always looking for ways to make your dollar go further. I sure know I am! Raise, a mobile app you must download now is the savviest way for shoppers to save money. It’s the mobile app that saves […] Read more...
Black Friday Shopping Secrets· Millennial Money
Out of all Americans, 44.1% are planning to spend an estimated $59.57 billion on Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales this year. That’s an average $550 each. Did you know that Black Friday might not be the day with the best deals? Find out what day you should be shopping and a few other Black […] Read more...
Must-Have Holiday Savings Apps· Millennial Money
Did you know that the average American plans to spend $500 or more this holiday season? While that may not seem like a lot of money, if you haven’t created a cushy savings account or budgeted properly, your bank account could grow weary very fast. So why not check out some of my favorite must-have […] Read more...
Millennial Chat – Actor Kenny Leu· Millennial Money
Actor Kenny Leu seems to have lived many lives for such a young age – from competing on the U.S. Wushu Team (Chinese martial arts) to earning a Mechanical Engineering degree at UC Berkley, to Silicon Valley start-up business owner, to now actor starring in a major T.V. mini-series. Not too shabby for a kid […] Read more...
Connecting Your Health And Your Wealth – Jillian Tuchman, Care/of· Millennial Money
I’ll be the first to admit it – it took me a while to realize that there is a strong connection between your health and your wealth. When you don’t feel good you tend to make choices in life that make you feel better – like shopping, eating out, overspending, etc. It’s a natural reaction […] Read more...
Saving Money While Traveling· Millennial Money
It’s the holiday season and that means it’s time to start thinking about traveling and finding ways to save money while traveling. 57 percent of Americans are planning a vacation sometime within the next six months and into 2018. This is a great time of year to start planning, mapping out and even booking your […] Read more...
11 Money Questions To Ask Your Partner ASAP· Millennial Money
Raise your hand if you like to talk about money with your partner. That’s what I thought. Talking about money isn’t a pleasant topic, in fact, most people would rather do any kind of chore…over and over again…then talk about money. However, I’m here to urge you to start to have some of those tough […] Read more...