From $130,000 in Debt to $100,000 in Net Worth

From $130,000 in Debt to $100,000 in Net Worth

This Black History Month we’re highlighting young men and women of color making history in the present. Enter the motivational couple behind Pennies to Wealth, DJ and Dannie. At one point they owed more than $90,000 in student loans, credit cards, and other debt....
Turn Your Paychecks Into Long-Term Wealth with These 4 Changes

Turn Your Paychecks Into Long-Term Wealth with These 4 Changes

I joined Pure Financial’s Your Money, Your Wealth with Alan Clopine, CPA, AIF and Andi Last, Media Manager, to discuss 4 Simple Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions using strategies that helped me break down my financial goals into manageable pieces as I achieved...
The Three Levels to Financial Freedom – PB90

The Three Levels to Financial Freedom – PB90

There’s levels to adulting and someone lost the instruction book, but we got you! This week Rich and I talk about the steps we followed in pursuit of financial independence. You’ll hear how even simple changes in your day-to-day routine can lead to huge...
PB86: Banish the Balance ft. Tonya Rapley

PB86: Banish the Balance ft. Tonya Rapley

Continuing our guest interviews for National Financial Literacy Month April 2018, we welcome back Tonya Rapley (ICYMI – PB29: My Fab Finance ft. Tonya Rapley). Since the last time she was on our show, Mrs. Rapley has secured several bags. For the newly...
The First Time I Fell In Love with Debt: Part 2 (Video)

The First Time I Fell In Love with Debt: Part 2 (Video)

On August 14, 2016, I released Debt Free or Die Trying: How I Buried Myself in Over $30,000 in Debt and Dug My Way Out by Age 30. The book tells the good, the bad, the ups and the downs, the mistakes I and others made, and the lessons I and we learned....
3 Tricks to Make Budgeting Suck Less

3 Tricks to Make Budgeting Suck Less

It’s been a while since I said this so I’ll repeat myself: Sticking to a budget sucks. There, I said it. I have a budget. I even spent a lot of time developing my budget like the helicopter parent of a small child, or “fur baby” if you’re a...