Today we’re talking about how you two can really review the big picture and make sure you hit YOUR big money goals! Financial Check-ups The first half of this year is about over, so how are you guys doing right now? It’s funny how time seems to speed up and slow down. Looking back […]
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I just got fantastic new this afternoon- Couple Money Podcast is now available on iTunes and Stitcher!
- Subscribe on iTunes: Simply click on this link and you’ll be taken to Couple Money’s page where you can subscribe.
- Subscribe on Stitcher: Please click here so you can catch all episodes.
I use both services to catch up on my favorite podcasts, so it feels great to be accepted into the communities.
I couldn’t have released it without a ton of help, so let me just take a minute to say thank you.
I want to start off with my husband and all of you who have checked out the first episodes here and gave me feedback so they would be ready for a wider audience.
I got some wonderful tips about the content and the technicalities of running the show. It’s been invaluable to me.
Big thanks to Jim Wang from Microblogger and John Wedding from Mighty Bargain Hunter. They have been kind enough to point me in the right direction with the podcast. I’m very grateful for their support.
I also want to mention that if you are looking at podcasting, please check out Pat Flynn’s Step By Step Guide to Starting a Podcast. It’s free and he offers videos of each step so you won’t get overwhelmed by the process.
For the launch, I found John Lee Dumas’ Podcast Launch book incredibly helpful, with tons of tips and plenty of links to instructional videos.
Love to Have Your Support
If you enjoy the podcast, could you please take a minute share it with your friends or leave a review and rating? Every bit counts and I would love to have your support.
Besides helping others to find the podcast, it’ll give me an idea what you like to see more of on the show. I will read every review to make sure that the podcast gives you the best personal finance tips that fits your needs.
Show Notes and More
With every episode and Q&A sessions, I post up show notes so you can find the right tools to help you build your finances. I love sharing what has worked and hasn’t worked for us. Since each couple is different I usually will mention a few resources so you two can build a financial system, that fits your style.
I also give some behind the scenes tidbits about running a podcast. It’s a different experience from blogging, that’s for sure!
What’s on Your Mind?
Please feel free to reach out me on email with any topics you’d like to have discussed on the podcast. Hearing from you has made this podcast better. I’ve adjusted the show and site to provide you with more useful materials. It’s my goal to make this podcast both motivating and practical for couples looking to building their marriage and finances.
Right now here’s what we have in the works for the next few episodes:
- Paying Cash for Your Child’s College Expenses
- Life After Debt: Building Up Your Net Worth
- Creating Your First Joint Budget
My favorite part of creating each episode is the interviews. Everyone of these topic has a story where someone has succeeded (times after failing). If there is someone you think would be perfect for the show, let me know or better yet, tell them about the show.
Thanks again for your support as I was making these initial episodes and I hope you subscribe!