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Her Dinero Matters

Her Dinero Matters is a bilingual podcast for women who want to become reinas of their money and love their dinero more. Join Jen Hemphill, a former extreme frugalist turned reina of your money advocate each week for your dose of money confidence. You will hear down-to-earth interviews and panel discussions from la comunidad Latina as well as solo episodes sharing simple actionable tips and strategies which you can implement right away. Go ahead and grab the Daily Money Ritual that helps you start your day with confidence around your finances (it's free) www.jenhemphill.com/HDM
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Now displaying: December, 2015
Dec 31, 2015

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Work smarter not harder.  Don’t drag that financial baggage behind you, a bag of bricks is pretty darn heavy!   

 
Dragging that baggage while trying to reach your financial goals is not going to make the process longer.  Instead tell your financial baggage who is boss with the 4 tips I share with you.  
 
In this episode you will learn:
 
  • How Google can help figure out your financial baggage
  • The role your “why” plays in this
  • How a thing as simple as a poster board can be such a huge help
  • The importance in finding a “mentor” (hint: I’m not talking about me)
Dec 24, 2015

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In this episode I get to interview a fellow podcaster and co-host of She Percolates, Jen Hatzung.  She is super fun and has a lot of insight to share! 
 
What you'll learn about in today's episode:
 
  • The impact the candid family money conversations growing up had on Jen
  • Jen’s take on who should be the money manager in the household
  • Why Jen and her husband did not do their dream honeymoon in Europe and what resulted instead.
  • What calculated “risk” they took to pay off a good chunk of their debt and why they did it
Dec 17, 2015

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There is one thing we aren’t discussing enough when paying off debt.  This episode has been on my heart for a few weeks so here I am.  The reason I’m doing it is because I’ve seen these type of headlines repeat themselves over and over again.  We see stories of Susie paying off $40k in 10 months or Joe paying off 100k in 24 months.  
 
The fact is I have mixed feelings about these stories so I am going to give you some insight on why.  This is all my opinion, my thoughts, what’s in my heart.  
 
I want to share it with you just to give you a different perspective and just to get this off my chest as it has been completely bugging me.  
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      What you'll learn about in today's episode:
  •        What you can gain from these debt pay off stories
  •        The danger of these debt pay off stories have
  •        I’ll reveal what our debt pay off headline looks like 
  •        My one disclaimer that you should not ignore
Dec 10, 2015

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In this episode you will meet Patricia Talavera, a mom and entrepreneur.  
 
We had a great conversation and she shares her money story which includes:
 
  • What lesson she learned on a middle school field trip and how it impacted her
  • How and why they buy all their cars in cash
  • What leaving her job taught her about money
Dec 3, 2015

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If you are tired of hearing the same traditional ways to surviving the holidays, in the latest episode I share with you 4 non-traditional ways instead.  
 
What you’ll learn in today’s episode:
  • One thing we find ourselves doing often that does not pay the bills and what we can do about it
  • Why getting clear about your values is key to surviving the holidays
  • How knowing your past history will save you money.  
  • One way you can be 95% prepared for the next holiday season
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