Today we’re going over home buying tips so you can snag a great deal on your dream house! What You Need to Know About Buying a House This summer is wrapping up, but things are about to get busier for us. My mom was recently offered a job in the area and so she’s asked […]
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Dealing with a full plate? Teresa shares how she and her husband worked together on paying down their debt while dealing with a health crisis!
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Dealing with Money and Health Stress Together
This year alone has been a roller-coaster for us. We’ve had some huge wins with buying our house, something we really planned and worked towards to find.
I also got to dig deeper with podcasting as I attended my first conference, the big one – Podcast Movement in Chicago this summer. So many people and information there, I’m still processing it.
We also had some big bumps. We have several loved ones dealing with health problems, major and/or chronic.
We’d love to think can anticipate or fix anything that comes our way, but that’s not the case. Sometimes we’re hit with big news, the kind you never think of or can prepare for.
And to make things more difficult, it can come up in the middle of another big change.
Teresa Randolph, host of Pop Collectors Podcast, had to deal with this first hand. Today she shares how she and her husban worked together through a health crisis and how they dug out of debt.
Hope you enjoy!
Resources on Dealing with Stress as a Couple
If you’re looking for more ways to work together through tough times, here are some resources:
If you want to chat with Teresa, check her out on Instagram!
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QUESTION OF THE DAY: What crisis have you two worked through?