Today’s guest is my friend Jen Hemphill.
Jen is the host of the Plutus nominated podcast, Her Money Matters. Her work can be found at JenHemphill.com. She helps women get their financial life in order while still enjoying money. She’s a motivational money coach for busy women and military families and is building up a pretty sweet community on Facebook called Her Money Matters. She helps people by using practical advice that simplifies the process through coaching and a membership site.
In this episode we talk about what it was like marrying someone who had a lot of student debt, growing up in a family that had a scarcity mindset, virtual envelope systems, and strategies to paying off debt.Pay off debt, but live life as you go. - @jenhemphill Click To Tweet Pay off the debt that really gets under your skin most. - @jenhemphill Click To Tweet
- Jen’s website: jenhemphill.com
- What it was like marrying into debt
- Paying off debt in 15 years
- Growing up in a home with scarcity mentality
- Balance in marriage (being a saver married to a spender)
- Virtual envelope systems
- Budgeting software
- Paying off the debt that pisses you off most
And much more! If you are now part of #TeamJen, check out her website, join her free community, and listen to her podcast for more money inspo.
Dasha- “NYC ID is a great money saver that allows me and hubby to enjoy museums and movies in our city for free or at a heavy discount! We get in for free to Bronx zoo and NY aquarium and get movie tickets for 8 dollars per person. I was laid off for a month so we saved a ton of money by me cooking all our meals and doing laundry and ironing instead of dry cleaning. It’s not ideal but the time I had on my hands allowed us to save money despite living on one income.” #MoneyWin
Hanna Losee- “Took savings down to $1,000 and worked hard. A lot of overtime/extra jobs, gave up a lot, sold a lot and paid off $40,000 last year (over half of our yearly income). It was worth the sacrifice!” #MoneyWin (Check out her Etsy shop here.)
Donavon- “Saving $1,000 per month towards financial independence.” #MoneyWin
pfabulouspflieger- “Becoming debt free before 30!” #MoneyWin
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