For the first episode of the Mo' Money Podcast, I delve into my upbringing and later years to explain why I got into the personal finance blogging and podcasting world.
Long episode description:
If you’re a longtime blog reader of mine, you may have always wondered what I sound like. Sure, you can guess by my writing style and tone, but honestly sometimes I feel like I make way more sense talking than writing. And that is a big part of the reason I wanted to launch a personal finance podcast of my very own. I love writing on this blog, but I think to take my personal brand to the next level, I needed to do something new and different.
So, with the help of my audio engineer husband (who I interview for episode 2 of my podcast, check it out!), I went out and bought a few microphones, made some cover art for iTunes and started emailing anyone I knew who had a really cool personal finance story. Since I plan on having a new episode for you every Wednesday, finding new guests is going to be a big job for me. So if you know anyone who has a really interesting money story (or that person is you), please email me!
For my first episode of the Mo’ Money Podcast, I’ll be giving you a very personal glimpse into how I grew up and how that influenced my relationship with money over the years. For all of future podcast episodes, I’ll also be writing show notes like this one for each episode to include any extra info, links to any websites or past blog posts I mention in the show and some extra goodies too.
Show notes: jessicamoorhouse.com/1