It’s a special Saturday episode!
Community plays a big role in our lives and the community you surround yourself with can make all the difference on the path you are on. We are lucky to be part of a pretty badass community here and are lucky to have such great people to lean on. We are live today from the2021 EconoMe conference in Cincinnati with special guests Piggy and Kitty from Bitches Get Riches. They share thoughts on some stats about what we do (and don’t) share with others about our finances and how we can all help each other reach that next level of greatness.
We’ll also discuss a current headline about Zillow’s home selling. Zillow is dumping houses across the country after realizing flipping homes isn’t as easy as they make it look on HGTV. Is Zillow selling in your state? And what does this mean for the real estate market as a whole? We’ll share our thoughts!
Piggy and Kitty from Bitches Get Riches
Piggy and Kitty are the reclusive geniuses behind the popular blog and podcast, Bitches Get Riches. They’re teaching young people how to become competent adults in their finances, careers, and personal lives. Kitty wants to retire early because she just doesn’t want any more goddamned emails, and Piggy’s secret ambition is to become a freelance firer of bad bosses. Together they are two optimistic, financially solvent, thirty-something feminist killjoys. Learn more at bitchesgetriches.com
Check out our topic here: The secret financial lives of Americans (and the future of financial services)
Check Out Paula’s site and amazing podcast: AffordAnything.com
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You can keep up with the latest from Doc G on Twitter: @earnaninvest
Big thanks to our host: Diania Merriam
To learn more about Diania and the EconoMe conference, visit her website.
- Cincinnati at one point had a subway system. It cost a lot of money to develop and plan…but sadly, the subway never ran. The system had over six miles of tunnel and above ground staging that were prepped before the project was abandoned. How many stations were there along that initial subway route?
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Written by: Brooke Miller
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