Everyone says that you should try to balance your life, but is that true? A recent Fortune article says that work-life balance is a lie. Is it? We ask our guests, author and CFP Mary Beth Storjohann (Work Your Wealth), blogger and podcaster Deacon Hayes (Well Kept Wallet), and Len Penzo (LenPenzo dot Com) that question!
Plus, we address the tooth fairy. How much money is enough? Finally, Mary Beth wrote a fantastic article about financial terms you need to know. We talk about a few and their importance in our panelist’s lives.
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- Here is Why You Should Stop Striving For Work-Life Balance (Fortune)
- 8 Important Money Terms You Should Know (but don’t) (WorkableWealth)
- How much should the toothfairy give a child?
<>Today’s Roundtable Contributors
Mary Beth Storjohann
Check out Mary Beth’s book:
Follow Mary Beth on Twitter: @MaryBStorj
Read Mary Beth’s blog: Workable Wealth
Listen to the Well Kept Wallet podcast on iTunes: Well Kept Wallet
Read Deacon’s Blog: Well Kept Wallet
Follow Deacon on Twitter: @WellKeptWallet
Follow Len on Twitter: @LenPenzo
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On Monday we speak with author Kimberly Palmer. In her new book Smart Mom, Rich Mom, she talks about juggling a family, career, and money management. How do you get it all done?
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