Girl Gone Frugal (Again) Financial Prejudices
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Today’s podcast is all about examining the financial prejudices that can sometimes hold us back when we’re trying to change our financial lives. I decided to explore some financial prejudices that I have and prejudices that I’ve heard other people having as well.
What are your financial prejudices? Did you find yourself surprised by some of them? What are you willing to do to temporarily make changes to some of your systems so that you can save more money?
Resources referred to in this episode:
- Ibotta-the grocery app that I’m obsessed with. Here is the link to a post where I explore the ins and outs of using the app. You will receive $10 (towards your first payout of $20 after you redeem your first purchase).
- ThredUp.com–The online consignment shop that I absolutely love. Cute clothes, good for the environment, and great affiliate program. Win, win! Here is my affiliate link (get $10 towards your first purchase if made within 30 days of signing up. Here is a link to a review that I wrote about ThredUp
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