For this special episode of the Mo' Money Podcast, I interview my younger sister Sarah about what it feels like to have just graduated university, how she managed her money during school and was able to avoid getting into student debt, and what her plans are now that she's a post-grad in the "real world." I also offer some helpful tips on things I learned when I was in my sister's shoes, like how best to search for a job, how much money to have saved up before moving out and how to keep focused without sweating the small stuff.
In the final episode for season 2 of the Mo' Money Podcast, I do a special solo show to reflect on the 30 biggest lessons I've learned over the course of my 30 years on Earth in terms of money, life and balance.
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Today is a pretty big day for me. It’s my one year anniversary of the Mo’ Money Podcast (with 52 episodes in the frickin’ can!), it’s the end of season 2 of my podcast (season 3 to resume in September), and this week is my birthday week. I officially turn 30 on Saturday, but in my mind my birthday lasts a full week.
Now, this very special solo podcast episode is based on my blog post about the 30 life lessons I’ve learned before turning 30. I thought it would be cool to not just write about this, but also to explain what I’m talking about verbally. Honestly, as much as I love to blog (I mean I’ve been at it for 4 1/2 years now), I really do feel more myself when podcasting. Maybe it’s because there’s no real room to over think things and I can just say exactly what’s on my mind freely. In any case, I think I might do a few more of these blog posts turned podcast episodes in the future. Plus I realized I really miss doing solo shows.