In episode 7 I chat with budgeting expert Jessi Fearon. We talk about how her Catholic faith and how it shaped her journey to becoming debt free, how to tackle those large Costco runs, and what social media has meant to her on her journey of debt free living.
Connect with Jessi:
Printable .pdf workbook (free): http://jessifearon.com/debtfreeworkbook
Our family's one-income budget: https://jessifearon.com/2018/10/our-actual-one-income-budget-for-our-family-of-five.html
What we talk about in this episode:
How her Catholic faith shaped her path to financial freedom.
Why being debt free isn’t all about you. It’s about what you can do for others.
Freeing up your finances to be able to help others.
I ask her if she is a minimalist, not just in her finances but how it they practice it with possessions.
Blessing others with the things they no longer find usable.
What came first, minimalism or financial freedom?
When you are on a tight budget and you have extra from that week how to handle those extra few dollars.
How to tackle those large Costco runs.
Pennies into Pearls- budget advice for Costco runs and larger families. https://www.penniesintopearls.com
How after her husband fell out of a two story window spurred them into debt free living.
How she used social media/blogging to create a tribe around her new journey of being debt free.
How to not get sucked back into that debt cycle.
I ask her what she can’t let go of on her debt journey.
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