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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: March, 2016
Mar 31, 2016

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This corporate attorney and personal finance writer, Valerie Rind shares so much financial goodness in this episode!  
 
What you'll learn about in today's episode:
 
  • How her parents’ way of paying kept her out of the debt trap
  • Why a $100 purchase was her best money spent (and what this item is)
  • How she manages her money without balancing the checkbook
  • What money lesson her father instilled in her that she is grateful she listened to
Mar 24, 2016

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Tackling impulse spending is not just an internal process.  In Episode 40 we talk about how to curb impulse spending for good, but there is another external dynamic we didn’t cover.  I’m referring to the big money businesses spending on marketing dollars to get us to buy!  
 
 What you'll learn about in today's episode:
  • The crazy spending power we have as women that will make your head spin
  • Three different ways we are marketed to and why it matters
  •  My small rant on Kohls, Target, and Amazon
Mar 17, 2016

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Get ready because you have been warned.  This episode includes a lot of laughs.  Kelly Christian brings humor, personality and a great money story!
 
What you'll learn about in today's episode:
  • She gives us the scoop on what the ho’pono no meditation is and how it has helped with her money 
  • Why she listens to Dave Ramsey almost religiously
  • Why the Rumba was such a great purchase for her (and she tells us if it really works)
  • 3 key thoughts she has on money as it relates to college and your kids
Mar 10, 2016

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You are in the store getting your groceries and somehow things “magically” appear in your cart.  

 
You pass by a Starbucks and suddenly you are drinking some Carmel Mocha.  
 
You stop by the mall to pick up a few essential things but come out with some extra bags.  
 
Is this you?  Do you find yourself in a constant battle with impulse spending?  
 
If so in this episode I share with you what you can to do actually curb that impulse spending for good.  
 
     What you'll learn about in today's episode:
  • 6 steps you need to take before your next shopping trip
  • One quick non-negotiable action you need to take before each shopping trip
  • 3 critical questions to ask yourself as you are finding yourself putting the item in the cart
Mar 3, 2016

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I’m so excited to introduce you to Lynette Khalfani-Cox!  It’s such an honor to have her on the show.  She’s been around for a while as a money coach so definitely don’t miss this episode!
 
What you'll learn about in today's episode:
 
  • What advice her sister gave her that has been huge for propelling a successful career and business
  • Why she defines herself as a “hybrid versus a spender or a saver
  • What pivotal life moment she had and why she has not looked back
  • Be the first to know what change her and her husband have made on how they manage their personal finances
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