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FABFITFUN FALL 2018 - WORTH IT IF YOU'RE CANADIAN? | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Is FabFitFun worth it if you're Canadian? I go through the Fall 2018 box and calculate everything's value in Canadian (and American) dollars! --- Need a FabFitFun promo code to save $10 off the price? Use this one: MONEY (and no, it's not an affiliate code, I get nothing for sharing it). So, I'm probably the last person on Earth to be doing one of these FabFitFun box reveals and reviews, but here's the thing... I'm not just gonna show you what's in my box. I'm a personal finance expert after all. I'm gonna show you what's in my box, then break down how much each item costs in Canadian dollars and American dollars. You see, everything is more expensive if you're Canadian. It's not just shipping we always have to pay for, it's the currency conversion that's killer! FabFitFun costs $49.99 USD, but in Canadian dollars it's more like $64. Plus tax, plus shipping. But, the thing is a lot of the items in FabFitFun's Fall 2018 box aren't even available in Canada. For instance, the umbrella and teapot, they are exclusive to the U.S. So that does make the box a bit more enticing. All in all, I really loved this box. To be fair, I didn't pay for this. This was a gift from FabFitFun because they are sponsoring part of my podcast (the Mo' Money Podcast). Still, they didn't ask me to make this video, and I wanted to do this review to really determine whether it would be something I'd pay for. In the end, it totally was. And I'm shocked that that's how I felt afterwards. I'm super frugal and would generally never buy something like this, but I loved it! And I'm totally gonna buy the Winter box because I love winter and it'll be my own little Christmas gift. One quick money tip, if you do ever buy one of these subscription boxes, make sure to always use a promo code to save money. You can use mine to save $10 of your box or subscription: Promo code: MONEY ----------- **Disclaimer: This is a review. I am not in any way being compensated by FabFitFun to produce this review video. The content is my own opinion and experiences, it is not an ad or an endorsement. FabFitFun did not review, give feedback or influence this video in any way. --Follow Jessica-- Website: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 11890 Jessica Moorhouse
QUICKBOOKS SELF-EMPLOYED CANADA APP REVIEW | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Are you self-employed or have a side hustle? Are you an Uber driver or have an AirBnB? No matter how you make money freelancing, you need to make sure you're you're keeping everything organized for your business and tax time...which is why I highly recommend using accounting software instead of just a spreadsheet. If you're always on the go and are looking for an app that's super useful but also very affordable, you should check out Quickbooks Self-Employed. I go through the entire app in this video so you can get an idea of how it can help you optimize your business. To read my full review: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/quickbooks-self-employed/ To learn more and to get the app, visit: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/self-employed/ ----------- --Follow Jessica-- Website: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 6446 Jessica Moorhouse
HOW TO DO MONTREAL ON A BUDGET | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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I recently visited Montreal with a group of friends (for the 3rd time!), and I'm telling you, that city is one of my favourites in the world. You literally feel like you're being transported to a mini-Paris, but you never have to leave Canada. In this video, I share some tips and tricks on how to do Montreal on a budget, what sights to see that are free or cheap, and some awesome (and inexpensive) food places you absolutely need to check out when you're in Montreal. Blog post that goes with this video: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/best-montreal-budget-tips-frugal-traveler/ Join the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/moneylifebalance -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 1302 Jessica Moorhouse
HOW TO INVEST WITH A ROBO-ADVISOR - RBC INVESTEASE REVIEW
 
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This is the follow up to my RBC InvestEase review blog post (https://jessicamoorhouse.com/rbc-investease-review/) that goes in-depth about RBC’s new robo-advisor. In that post, I shared pretty much all the ins and outs of RBC InvestEase, including what all five of their portfolios are. For this video, I wanted to actually walk you through the RBC InvestEase investor questionnaire, and show you what the dashboard looks like once you’ve invested your money. You may be wondering, how would I know what the dashboard looks like? Well, because I’m putting my money where my mouth is and have invested $1,000 of my own money in RBC InvestEase. Since I’ve literally just invested my money, I will definitely be doing a follow up to show you my portfolio’s performance over a longer stretch of time (I’ll probably wait six months to a year), so make sure to subscribe to stay in the loop of this! To read the blog post that goes with this video: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/how-use-rbc-investease-video-tutorial/ To check out RBC InvestEase for yourself, visit: http://bit.ly/2JKEMT8 --Follow Jessica-- Website: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 2332 Jessica Moorhouse
HOW TO HANDLE AN INTEREST RATE HIKE | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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First off, do NOT panic. Secondly, an interest rate hike is you're wake up call to start paying attention to your debt. If you've got a variable rate mortgage, home equity line of credit, unsecured line of credit or student loans...it's time to start paying them off because that debt just got a heck of a lot more expensive. I explain more about what the Bank of Canada's recent overnight rate hike means, what you can do about it, and a little bit of tough love to those of you who got a little loosey goosey with borrowing more money than you should have. Read the blog post that goes with this video: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/interest-rate-hike/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 1896 Jessica Moorhouse
TANGERINE MONEY-BACK CREDIT CARD REVIEW | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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For my first ever credit card review (so expect many more to come!), I review the credit card that in my opinion is the best no-fee credit card in Canada. I'm talking about Tangerine's Money-Back Credit Card. It's a Mastercard that offers a ton more flexibility than most no-fee cards. To read my full review: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/tangerine-money-back-credit-card-review/ In terms of cash back, it offers 2% on 2-3 different spending categories of your choosing (2% if you get your money-back put back onto your credit card, 3% if you get it deposited into your Tangerine savings account). In this video, I go through all the different features, the pros, the cons, and break down pretty much everything you need to know about this card. To learn more about the Tangerine Money-Back Credit Card, visit https://www.tangerine.ca/en/products/spending/creditcard ----------- **Disclaimer: This is a review. I am not in any way being compensated by Tangerine to produce this review video. The content is my own opinion and experiences, it is not an ad or an endorsement. Tangerine did not review, give feedback or influence this video in any way. --Follow Jessica-- Website: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 2182 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 77 | Listener Series - How Steve Saved Up $3 Million for Retirement Working a Regular 9 to 5
 
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Want to know how to become a millionaire in retirement when working a regular 9 to 5? Listen to Steve’s story, he’ll tell you how he did it. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/77 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 1360 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 83 | The Simple Genius of the Couch Potato Method - Dan Bortolotti
 
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Dan Bortolotti, better known as the Canadian Couch Potato, chats with me about all the ins and outs of index fund and ETF investing. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/83 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 4552 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 51] Money Lessons from a Money Guru - Gail Vaz-Oxlade, TV Personality & Author
 
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The one and only Gail Vaz-Oxlade chats with host Jessica Moorhouse about her career as a personal finance guru, TV host and best-selling author. She also shares her top money tips for getting rid of debt, kicking bad financial habits to the curb and leading a more balanced life. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/51 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 9975 Jessica Moorhouse
VISION BOARD TUTORIAL - HOW TO MAKE A VISION BOARD THAT WORKS | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Every year I write down my goals and try to achieve them, and every year I never make it through the entire list. So this year I'm doing something different. Since I started off the year quitting my job to work for myself, the stakes are high and I really want to achieve some big goals. And that's why I decided this was the year I'd make my own vision board! In this video, I go all the steps I took to make my vision board, and go through what mine looks like too! Get the step-by-step on how to vision board right here: http://jessicamoorhouse.com/make-actionable-vision-board-get-life-right/ Learn more about why I quit my job to work for myself: http://jessicamoorhouse.com/quit-job-even-though-said-never-self-employed/ http://jessicamoorhouse.com/quit-job-become-entrepreneur/ http://jessicamoorhouse.com/heres-happened-finances-quit-job/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 740 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 3] CAIT FLANDERS - HOW TO DO A SHOPPING BAN TO SAVE MONEY
 
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Cait Flanders from the popular personal finance blog Blonde on a Budget talks and I about her recent debt pay-off, her shopping ban and her new simplistic lifestyle. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/3 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast/ Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 2899 Jessica Moorhouse
NEST WEALTH REVIEW - ROBO-ADVISORS IN CANADA | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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I review one of Canada's top robo-advisors, Nest Wealth, sharing some important facts about the company and doing a full tutorial on how to open an account and what it looks like once you're all set up. I'm personally a big fan of robo-advisors (I use them myself to invest for my future), because they are a very simple way to start investing right away, without you having to go to a bank or an office and talking to an investment advisor. Not only that, the fees! Omg the fees! It is so much cheaper to invest with a robo-advisor, because they invest you in low-cost ETFs, as opposed to high MER actively-managed mutuals funds. And why this is so important is because over the course of many years, those fees compound into thousands of dollars (if not hundreds of thousands). Last but not least, I'm a big fan of index investing. The ETFs that robo-advisors invest in for the most part track the stock market (I say the most part because there are other types of investments they invest in like REITs). By tracking the stock market (instead of trying to beat it), they historically outperform actively-managed mutual funds. So with way lower fees and historically better performance, what's not to love? Basically, if you're just starting out and you know this is the way you want to invest, a robo-advisor is a great way to get started today. Yes, you can do self-directed investing through a brokerage, but you may not have the knowledge, time or desire to do it, so going with a robo-advisor that makes you a portfolio and rebalances for you is definitely worth the extra cost compared to DIY investing in my opinion. To give you an idea of one such robo-advisor, and actually one of Canada's top 3 robo-advisors, here's my review on Nest Wealth that includes a tutorial on how to do their questionnaire to get a portfolio suggestion. To get 3 months free with Nest Wealth, use my affiliate link at: https://learn.nestwealth.com/jessicamoorhouse To see what ETFs Nest Wealth offers: https://www.nestwealth.com/what-we-do/low-cost-etfs
Views: 1543 Jessica Moorhouse
How Much Your Mortgage Is Really Costing You | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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A big thank you to DUCA for sponsoring this episode of my New Homeowner video series. Right now, they have this very cool mortgage called the Community Hero mortgage. Essentially, it's a mortgage at a great rate, but it's also the first social purpose mortgage in that when you get it, DUCA will donate to Habitat for Humanity in the Greater Toronto Area. So if you're looking for a mortgage and want to help your local community, learn more at: https://www.duca.com/ --- Buying your first home is expensive, that's just how it is in today's world. But besides saving up for a down-payment and finding out what mortgage rate you can get, do you know how much interest you'll be paying on top of that? Here's the thing, this isn't something that many people talk about, and when I was researching it, there was hardly any information on it. When my husband and I bought our first place, we wanted to know how much interest we'd be paying on top of our principle. But no one could give us a clear answer. That's why I wanted to do this video on some important things you need to know about calculating your mortgage interest, and have a free download so you can calculate how much you'll be paying in interest too: http://jessicamoorhouse.com/mortgageinterest After plugging in our numbers, we found out that with our current interest rate and 25 year amortization period, we'd be paying over $100,000 interest! It's definitely got us thinking of paying out mortgage down even quicker and changing our amortization period after our 5-year term is up so we can pay less interest overall. -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 530 Jessica Moorhouse
MYHERITAGE DNA TEST REVIEW - IS IT WORTH IT? | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Is it worth it? It's a question I ask myself a lot (aside from "Do I need it?") before buying something. For years, I would struggle with the idea that spending in general was bad, and you should do everything in your power to save and invest your money. Those were the smart things to do after all, right? Well yes, saving and investing are great things to do with your money, but you shouldn't feel guilty or ashamed for spending your hard earned money too! But, it's all about practicing value-based spending that's the key. And what I mean by that is being more mindful of your spending, so you're spending money on things that align with your values, bring you joy and fulfill you. Also, making sure that you're not overspending, spending beyond your means and getting into debt, or spending your money on stuff because you want to look like you're on trend or one of the cool kids so to speak. Spending, just like other parts of personal finance is personal. And it's important to remember that. So, what does value-based spending look like? Well, that's why I started this new series called "Is It Worth It?" I want to show you some of the things I buy that align with my values. Or, things that I think will align with my values, but end up being a total waste of money (so take it from me, don't buy them too!). For my first video in the series, I share my experience trying out a MyHeritage DNA Test. I've always been very interested in learning more about my background, so I decided to spend about $160 to see what results I got back. In the end, was it worth it? I had to say yes, but not because getting the results changed my life. In the end, it was just a bit of fun for me and my family. It brought me joy. And although it was almost $200, to me it was worth the money (and I could afford it, that's why I budget!). Let me know in the comments if you've ever tried a heritage DNA test before and what you thought of it. Was it worth it for you? Read my blog post that goes with this video: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/heritage-dna-test-worth-money/ ----------- **Disclaimer: This is a review. I am not in any way being compensated by MyHeritage to produce this review video. The content is my own opinion and experiences, it is not an ad or an endorsement. MyHeritage did not review, give feedback or influence this video in any way. --Follow Jessica-- Website: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 93910 Jessica Moorhouse
MY GOALS FOR 2018 & HOW I'M GONNA CRUSH THEM | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Hey y'all! So this is the second part of my vision board video. I did a video breaking down/reviewing my 2017 vision board, and this video is showing you my new vision board for 2018! This year is all about balance and focusing on the positive relationships in my life. I want to obviously still continue to grow in my career as an online entrepreneur, but I don't want to work so much! I've become a bit of a workaholic, and that's really no way to live. I want to embrace life, focus on hobbies that bring me joy, and just not get all my fulfillment from work, work, WORK! So, check out my latest vision board for this year. I divide it into life goals and career goals, but I'm super excited about all of my goals this year. I did a ton of stuff in 2017, a lot of things I'm happy are off my plate, so I'm hoping to relax a bit this year and maybe live a bit of a slower life. I say that now, but we'll see what happens! Make sure to subscribe, like and comment below! I'd love to know if you have a vision board or what your goals for this year are! -- VIDEOS YOU MAY ALSO LIKE -- My review of last year's vision board (2017): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtGDkdKpBOg How I'm gonna add more balance into my life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZD4joL54fM&t=2s Last year's vision board (2017): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4t1dhumPTXo&t=349s -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 626 Jessica Moorhouse
HOW TO TRACK YOUR SPENDING IN EXCEL | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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I know it sounds corny (I KNOW!) but since I started really, diligently tracking my spending...my world has been rocked. I've always been pretty good at managing my money, but the one thing I regret not doing consistently is tracking my spending. Instead, I would just budget in a way where I would pay myself first (allocate my net income towards my savings goals first), then pay my fixed expenses and bills, then whatever is left over...spend. And this worked fine, and is still a great way to stay on budget and not overspend. BUT...one thing it didn't help me with was get insight into my spending patterns. I had an idea of what I spent, but I never had a number, or numbers, that indicated where all my money went. Once I became self-employed over a year ago, I realized that I was super diligent with tracking all my business expenses, but I wasn't doing the same for my personal expenses. I wanted to change that, so my husband and I started tracking our spending and did it for an entire year. What we discovered was pretty interesting, and it really helped us stop spending money on stuff we didn't value, and start spending money on things we did value. I'm no perfect, and I still sometimes spend money on stuff that's not important to me, but by tracking my spending every month, now I can see in black and white what I'm spending my money on so I can do better. In this video I also share the hard numbers of what I spent my personal money on in 2017. I was pretty surprised by what I discovered, and just goes to show I still have some stuff to work on to be a better, more conscious spender. My video about value-based spending: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GdaWIwcnPY My budgeting tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im-ReGEjy7U&t=6s The blog post that accompanies this video: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/why-its-important-to-track-your-spending-how-to-do-it/ Download my free budget spreadsheet (with spending tracker): https://jessicamoorhouse.com/budget Access all my finance resources: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/resources -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 4391 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 81 | Making a Case for the Wealthy Renter - Alex Avery, Author of The Wealthy Renter
 
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Renting is not throwing your money away, and home ownership isn't something everyone has to aspire to. Alex Avery, author of The Wealthy Renter and seasoned financial analyst, shares his insight into why there is a misconception about the benefits of owning a home and why renting might actually make you richer. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/81 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 1166 Jessica Moorhouse
WHY WE KEEP OUR MONEY SEPARATE (EVEN THOUGH WE'RE MARRIED) | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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For this miracle of a video, I get my somewhat camera-shy but absolutely amazing husband Josh to chat with me about how we manage our money together. Instead of doing like most married couples do, which is combine all of their finances together, my husband and take a more together but separate approach. We split our finances 60/40 to pay all of our joint bills, but all of our saving, investing and personal spending is separate. We find that this works for us since we are pretty independent, and a nice bonus is it prevents us from judging the other's spending choices. To read the blog post that started it all, visit: http://jessicamoorhouse.com/what-to-do-when-you-make-more-than-your-partner/ Make sure to subscribe to my channel if you haven't already! And let me know in the comments what you think. How do you manage money with your partner? -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 11601 Jessica Moorhouse
HOW TO CALCULATE NET WORTH - SPREADSHEET TUTORIAL | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Download my free net worth spreadsheet and follow along the tutorial. Download it at https://jessicamoorhouse.com/networthspreadsheet. Also looking to make a budget and track your spending? Download my free budget and spending spreadsheet: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/budget If you're not tracking your net worth, you'll never know how rich you are or what kind of progress you're making with your finances. It should be something you do every month as a way to gauge the health of your finances and if you're hard work is paying off. I go through everything in this tutorial. -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 219 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 89] DESIRAE ODJICK - HOW TO SAVE HALF YOUR INCOME LIKE A PRO
 
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Desirae Odjick, the blogger behind Half Banked, shares her personal finance journey and best money tips for saving and investing for millennials. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/89 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 4174 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 115] How to Become a Millionaire Blogger - Michelle Schroeder-Gardner, Making Sense of Cents
 
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[This video interview is an episode of the Mo' Money Podcast, sponsored by http://amex.ca/comparesimplycash] Ever daydreamed of being able to RV around the country and working solely from your laptop? That dream is Michelle from Making Sense of Cents’ reality, and she shares how she went from being 4-figures in debt to earning 6-figures every month. To learn more about Michelle: https://www.makingsenseofcents.com/ Support for this episode comes from the SimplyCash™ Preferred Card from American Express – ranked the top cash back Card from Rewards Canada. Card members earn 5% cash back on purchases for the first 6 months, up to $300, and 2% on all purchases once the Welcome Rate ends. Visit http://amex.ca/comparesimplycash to learn more. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/115 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 4266 Jessica Moorhouse
NORTH AWARE SMART PARKA REVIEW - IS IT WORTH IT? | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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What do you do when a winter coat company like North Aware says they'll give you a free jacket if you make a video review for them? You say "Sure!" Even though my main thing is financial literacy and creating videos on how to be good with money, I thought this would be a fun experiment to get this luxury jacket, try it out for a few weeks (in both Vancouver and Toronto during winter), and see if I would actually pay the hefty $750 price tag. Check out my video to see my full pro/con list, get a visual for all the unique features included in the jacket, and my final thoughts on if I'd personally buy it. SEGMENTS Pros: 0:55 Cons: 2:32 Jacket Features: 4:20 To learn more about the jacket, visit: https://northaware.ca/ --Follow Jessica-- Website: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 583 Jessica Moorhouse
MILLENNIAL MONEY MEETUP #3 - CAIT FLANDERS, AUTHOR OF THE YEAR OF LESS
 
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On Monday, Sept. 18, I hosted my 3rd Millennial Money Meetup, but instead of doing it in Toronto, I did it in my hometown of Vancouver. I was also joined by amazing pal and blogger, podcaster and author of The Year of Less Cait Flanders to talk about being more mindful with your money, her 2-year shopping ban, changing your mindset when it comes to your earning potential, and much, much more! For a full recap of the event: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/millennial-money-meetup-3-cait-flanders/ To learn more about Cait: https://caitflanders.com To pre-order her book: https://caitflanders.com/moneymeetup This event wouldn't have been possible without the support of EQ Bank. Check them out at https://eqbank.ca to learn more about them and to sign up to their savings account that currently offers the highest interest rate in Canada!
Views: 561 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 109 | How to Manage Your Money as a Millennial - Erin Lowry, Broke Millennial
 
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Millennials have a different way of thinking and handling money compared to Generation X and the Baby Boomers, and Broke Millennial author Erin Lowry shares the dos and don'ts of money management for Generation Y in this interview about her book, her blog and her journey to becoming one of the top millennial money experts around. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/109 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 1213 Jessica Moorhouse
MILLENNIAL MONEY MEETUP #1 - BARRY CHOI, MICHELLE SUMMERFIELD, DANIEL TEO
 
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The first Millennial Money Meetup took place on Sept. 14, 2016 in Toronto, and this is the live recording of the panel discussion. Hosted & organized by Jessica Moorhouse, this one-of-a-kind event was sponsored by EQ Bank and featured panelists Barry Choi (Money We Have), Michelle Summerfield (The Classy Simple Life) and Daniel Teo (Urban Departures). The purpose of this event was simple. To get Millennials together into one room so they could create a community, talk to each other about money and learn from millennial money experts about the most important things they should know about their personal finances. At the event, attendees were encouraged to drop off money questions in a ballot box, so if you've watched this video and have a question you would like answered at a future Millennial Money Meetup event, please leave them in the comments! Learn more: EQ Bank http://eqbank.ca Barry Choi http://moneywehave.com Michelle Summerfield http://theclassysimplelife.com Daniel Teo http://urbandepartures.com Jessica Moorhouse http://jessicamoorhouse.com The audio was recorded by audio engineer Josh Bowman (http://bowmansound.com) and the video was recorded with the MEVO camera. -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 4659 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 117] Turning Your Side Hustle into Your Main Hustle - Luisa Zhou, Business Coach
 
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[This video interview is an episode of the Mo' Money Podcast, sponsored by https://freshbooks.com/mo] Luisa Zhou shares how she went from Princeton grad, to climbing the corporate ladder, to becoming one of the most sought after business coaches. To learn more about Louisa: https://www.luisazhou.com/ Support for this episode comes from Freshbooks, the ridiculously easy to use cloud accounting software. I’ve been personally using Freshbooks for my business for over a year and couldn’t live without it, and since Freshbooks is awesome they are offering a free 30-day trial to all Mo’ Money Podcast listeners! To try it out, visit https://freshbooks.com/mo and type in Mo’ Money Podcast in the “Where Did You Hear About Us?” section. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/117 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 593 Jessica Moorhouse
HOW TO MAKE A BUDGET - BUDGET SPREADSHEET TEMPLATE EXCEL TUTORIAL | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Download my free budget spreadsheet and follow along the tutorial. Download it at https://jessicamoorhouse.com/budget. I've been using my budget spreadsheet for over 8 years now, and it has not only saved me thousands of dollars over the years, it has also changed my life. It's helped give me a new direction to my life, helped me pinpoint my financial goals, and has afforded me a lot of expensive yet awesome things like a wedding, moving to a new city, going back to school and of course fabulous trips to Thailand, California, Mexico and soon Paris! This is a tutorial on how to use my budget spreadsheet, which I am making available to you. To download a copy of my budget spreadsheet, go to http://jessicamoorhouse.com/budget -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 827 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep.151] Worry-Free Money - Shannon Lee Simmons, Author & Founder of The New School of Finance
 
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This episode of the Mo’ Money Podcast is brought to you by Planswell. Planswell is currently offering listeners not only a free financial plan, but also up to $20,000 worth of investments managed for free for the first year. Visit https://planswell.com/momoney to get started. I know I say this for almost every episode, but this seriously is one of my favourite interviews. And it could be because when I met Shannon Lee Simmons, author of Worry-Free Money and founder of The New School of Finance, for the first time, I immediately clicked with her. There aren’t too many financial planners out there who make money fun and cool, but she does and I’m so glad she was able to share her wisdom and personality on the podcast! We talk about a lot of different topics in this episode, but there are two main points that we touch on. First, that budgeting doesn’t have to be boring or restricting, especially if you try out her method of not categorizing all of your variable expenses. I know for me, that’s what I used to do, and I would always end up kicking myself for overspending on groceries one month or spending too much on eating out the next. Instead, just set aside an amount of money you can spend, and spend it until it reaches zero (and not more than that). If you do that, you’ll free yourself from the guilty of not matching your budget perfectly, but you’ll still won’t be spending more than you want. It’s simple really. So simple that I have no idea why we all over-complicate budgeting! Another big topic we tackle is the idea of comparing our financial situation to those of our peers. This is something that is absolutely normal and not something to be ashamed up. We want to keep up with our peers (who doesn’t?) and we want to do whatever it takes so we don’t fall behind. That being said, we don’t have all the information. We don’t know how much our peers earn, how much they spend, or what their net worth is. So really, we shouldn’t try to keep up with the Jones’ because we actually have no idea what’s going on with the Jones’ financials. Maybe they got a big inheritance which is why they could afford to buy a house. Maybe they are actually really frugal in their day-to-day lives which lets them afford those fancy vacations. Maybe they just have different values than us and are just really good at showing that good life on Instagram. The important thing to remember is we should put the focus back on ourselves. Are we happy with where we’re at? Are we spending on things that match our values? Are we meeting our financial goals? I probably could have talked to Shannon for another hour, but I called it at the 45-minute mark. That being said, I highly recommend her book (I seriously loved it!). --- For full episode show notes: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/151 ---Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 701 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 139] How Perez Hilton Bounced Back from Bankruptcy in a Major Way - Perez Hilton
 
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This episode of the Mo’ Money Podcast is brought to you by Tangerine. All views and opinions expressed represent my own. Start growing your money today, online in just minutes. To learn more and to receive a special bonus exclusively for Mo’ Money Podcast listeners, visit https://tangerine.ca/Investments. --- I can’t even believe this is really life right now, because somehow I was able to get the one-and-only Perez Hilton to chat with me on the podcast! Many of you may already know this about me, but I am a total celebrity news junkie. I know it’s silly, but I think I just like the fantasy of it all. Plus, that life is just so far removed from my own, it’s kind of like watching an episode Teen Mom. It’s fascinating and entertaining, but I’m really glad that it’s not my own reality. With that said, I’ve been a long-time reader of PerezHilton.com, going back probably when he started his blog back in 2005. I’m not lying when I say I’ve gotten into a routine of checking his website at least once per day, which is how I discovered his video about filing for bankruptcy when he was younger. I couldn’t believe he, a celebrity blogger, also had a personal finance story to tell, and I wanted to know more! So, after watching his video, I tweeted at him saying I’d love to have him on my podcast, and to my delight, he said yes! And within a week, I had a recording of our interview together and could not wait to share it with you for Season 6 of the Mo’ Money Podcast! In our interview together, we talk about it all. His money mistakes, the lessons he’s learned, how he hopes to achieve financial independence through passive income streams and real estate investing, and what he’s going to teach his kids about money when they grow up. I hope you love this episode as much as I do, because it really was so much fun to record! Thanks a million Perez for taking the time out of your crazy busy schedule to talk money with me, I’ll never forget it! --- For full episode show notes: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/139 ---Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 322 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 76 | How to Retire by 33 with Anita Dhake
 
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Think you've gotta be rich to retire early? Then you haven't heard Anita Dhake's story about how she was able to retire at 33. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/76 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 1151 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 1] JESSICA MOORHOUSE - MY PERSONAL FINANCE JOURNEY
 
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For the first episode of the Mo' Money Podcast, host Jessica Moorhouse delves into her upbringing and later years to explain why she got into the personal finance blogging and now podcasting world. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/1 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast/ Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 967 Jessica Moorhouse
VISION BOARD BREAKDOWN - HOW TO CRUSH YOUR GOALS LIKE ME | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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Last year, in 2017, I made my first vision board. I had just quit my 9 to 5 job and desperately needed some sort of visual guide to help me figure out my goals, both in life and in my career. I thought of making a vision board because I had a few friends who swore by them, and I thought "What do I have to lose?" And to take it one step further, I recorded it for a YouTube video to put those goals and aspirations into the world. Now, they were out there permanently, so I had to stay accountable and try my best to make them happen. And make them happen I did. Here's my breakdown of how well I did in achieving my 2017 goals that I put up on my vision board. To watch my original vision board video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4t1dhumPTXo&t=349s To watch my NEW vision board video, for my 2018 goals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3y2B-3i4Q-A&t=2s -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 355 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 155] Practical Strategies to Pay Down Debt & Retire Early - Deacon Hayes, Well Kept Wallet
 
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Support for this episode comes from Freshbooks, the ridiculously easy to use cloud accounting software. I’ve been personally using Freshbooks for my business for over a year and couldn’t live without it, and since Freshbooks is awesome they are offering a free 30-day trial to all Mo’ Money Podcast listeners! To try it out, visit https://freshbooks.com/mo and type in Mo’ Money Podcast in the “Where Did You Hear About Us?” section. Deacon Hayes, the blogger and podcaster behind Well Kept Wallet, was knee deep in debt to the tune of $52,000 in 2010. But instead of digging himself further and further into the whole, he decided to take responsibility and dig himself out. Deacon HayesSaveHe started by looking to the experts, other bloggers and authors that offered personal finance advice, and was able to implement their strategies to become debt-free in only 18 months! Now, he’s all about educating others to do the same. But he doesn’t just focus on helping others become debt-free, he also wants to share how they can become financially independent and retire early too. That’s certainly never something he thought he’d be able to accomplish, but now, in 2018, he is financially independent and technically an early retiree. But instead of drinking Pina Coladas on the beach somewhere, early retirement to him means being able to afford to do what he wants with each day. And what he wants to do is educate and inspire others to take control of their finances so they can live the lives they really want. How to Become Debt-Free So, in this episode we talk about a lot of things, but first let’s talk about debt repayment. Honestly, at the end of the day, to get a handle on your spending and debt, there are two simple things you need to do. -Reduce your expenses -Make more money If you actually implement both things, you’ll be able to become solvent once again. It may take some time (longer than 18 months), but even if it takes a few years, these two things are key and they work! Deacon also recommends the cash envelope system for reigning in spending, and having monthly money meetings with yourself or your partner to talk about your budget, your spending and net worth, and your future goals you’re working towards (and I totally agree!). How to Become Financially Independent Now, let’s talk early retirement. In order to achieve financial independence, there are three paths you can follow (though technically you don’t have to pick just one, you can do a combination or all three): -Invest in real estate -Invest in the stock market (no more than 10% individual stocks, then diversify your portfolio with index funds and ETFs) -Earn more money through entrepreneurship And to help guide you and give you examples on how to do this, Deacon share real-life case studies on his website. Get His Course for Free Want to take Deacon’s “Debt Free in 18 Months” course for free? It’s valued at $97, but you can sign up for free by going to: https://wellkeptwallet.com/retire For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/155 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 274 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 148] Why You Should Be the CFO of Your Life - J.D. Roth, Get Rich Slowly
 
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This episode of the Mo’ Money Podcast is brought to you by Nest Wealth. Want to start your investing journey today? Invest with Nest Wealth, Canada’s largest independent digital wealth management platform, and get 3 months free. Visit learn.nestwealth.com/jessicamoorhouse to get started. In the personal finance blogging community. J.D. Roth is considered a very big deal. He started his blog, Get Rich Slowly, early on, became one of the go-to resources for personal finance information, and he was able to sell it for I believe 7-figures, helping reach his goal of early retirement. And during his early retirement, he started a second blog focused more on being the CFO of your life called Money Boss, which also took off and was always nominated for Plutus Awards at FinCon every year. Well, at a certain point, J.D. realized he wanted his original blog back. Since he was in the financial situation to afford it, in the fall of 2017 he bought it back and now he’s back at it (and I’m loving it!). So, that’s a little bit of what we talked about this episode, but we also dive deep into getting your financial life in order, taking your finances seriously (as seriously you would a high-powered job in a big corporation), and what steps you need to take to reach financial independence like he was able to. If this episode won’t inspire you to get out of debt and start investing for your future, I don’t know what will! --- For full episode show notes: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/148 ---Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 750 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 159] CHRIS REINING - HOW TO BECOME FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT BY 35
 
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Support for this episode comes from Freshbooks, the ridiculously easy to use cloud accounting software. I’ve been personally using Freshbooks for my business for over a year and couldn’t live without it, and since Freshbooks is awesome they are offering a free 30-day trial to all Mo’ Money Podcast listeners! To try it out, visit https://freshbooks.com/mo and type in Mo’ Money Podcast in the “Where Did You Hear About Us?” section. I’ve been chatting to a lot more guests this season who’ve been able to achieve financial independence in their 30s, and wow is it inspiring! Because really, they didn’t do anything crazy to achieve financial independence. They just made that their main goal and went for it! And Chris Reining, who was able to reach financial independence at 35 and retire at 37, is no different. He didn’t come from wealth, and although near the end of his career his was earning good money, he was by no means “rich”. He worked in cyber security in Madison, Wisconsin and did two main things to reach his goal of saving up $1,000,000 for retirement. Practice Value-Based Spending This term “value-based spending” has been popping up a lot more, and for good reason. It’s taking the extreme out of being totally frugal or a shopaholic. It is giving you permission to spend your money (because after all, that’s what it’s for), but also giving you that balance and perspective so you spend it wisely. By practicing value-based spending, not only will you feel more joy when you do spend money, you’ll also find that there’s a lot more money available to save for your future goals. Chris shares that when he started practicing this, he found it easy to cut out coffee, cable and his expensive hobby of flying planes. They didn’t align with his values, and so he started only spending money on what did, and then making a conscious effort to live below his means so he could continue to save up and invest for his goal of early retirement. Earn More Money As Chris says in our interview together, at a certain point, there’s no where else to cut back, and at that point you’ll need to figure out how to earn more money. What Chris did to grow in his career and earn a higher salary was find a mentor, learn some new skills and push himself to take public speaking lessons by joining Toastmasters. By doing this, he was able to earn more and reach his goal of financial independence that much sooner. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/159 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 575 Jessica Moorhouse
How to Use GoalAssist™ with TD Direct Investing | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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There's a very new cool feature that just came out of TD Direct Investing and it's called GoalAssist™. If you're already a DIY investor, then you know being the in control of your investments is great (flexibility, lower cost), but can also be daunting. I mean, it's 100% up to you to manage your portfolio and monitor your progress, and discount brokers allow you to buy/sell whatever you want without much (or any) guidance. Well, TD Direct Investing's GoalAssist is a new feature in their WebBroker platform that helps you outline your investment goals, assess your risk tolerance, help you choose the right asset allocation for your portfolio, then monitor and track your progress so you can determine when you need to make adjustments to reach your goals along the way. In this video, I should you exactly how it works. Also, GoalAssist is a free feature in the platform, so anyone can use it who has a TD Direct Investing account. If you're already a customer, you can test it out right away. If you're not a customer yet, it takes just a few minutes to make an account and only costs $25/quarter to have a WebBroker account, or it's free if you have at least $5,000 in your account. My blog post on TD Direct Investing GoalAssist: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/td-direct-investing-goalassist/ Next steps after setting goals in GoalAssist: https://td.intelliresponse.com/tddirectinvesting/public/?requestType=NormalRequest&source=3&id=8458&uuid=323b7dcf-39a4-11e9-b716-796999014cfe&question=I%27ve+set+my+investment+goals+in+WebBroker.+What%27s+next -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 154 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 133] How to Actually Retire Early - Tanja, Blogger at Our Next Life
 
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[This video interview is an episode of the Mo' Money Podcast, sponsored by https://freshbooks.com/mo] Retiring early isn’t just for the privileged. You can actually retire early if you have a plan to get you there, and Tanja from Our Next Life shares how her and her husband were able to do it. To visit her website: https://ournextlife.com Support for this episode comes from Freshbooks, the ridiculously easy to use cloud accounting software. I’ve been personally using Freshbooks for my business for over a year and couldn’t live without it, and since Freshbooks is awesome they are offering a free 30-day trial to all Mo’ Money Podcast listeners! To try it out, visit https://freshbooks.com/mo and type in Mo’ Money Podcast in the “Where Did You Hear About Us?” section. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/133 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 739 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 122] How to Get Started with DIY Investing - Edward Kholodenko, CEO & Founder of Questrade
 
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[The is episode is part of the Mo' Money Podcast Listener Series, sponsored by https://creditcardgenius.ca] I chat with Questrade CEO and founder Edward Kholodenko about DIY investing, how to get started and why fees can affect your bottom line. Support for this episode comes from Credit Card Genius – the only tool that compares 50+ features of 150 Canadian credit cards using math-based ratings and rankings that respond to your needs, instantly. Now you can get rewarded faster without all the headache. Visit http://creditcardgenius.ca to learn more. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/122 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 562 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 21 | Dear Debt, We're Done - Melanie Lockert, Blogger at Dear Debt
 
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I talk with Plutus Award winner and debt blogger Melanie Lockert about her experience tackling $81,000 in student loan debt and becoming a full-time freelancer and debt crusher advocate. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/21 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast/ Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 156 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 104 | Mindfulness & Money - Leisa Peterson, Founder of the Wealth Clinic
 
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Mindfulness and money may have more in common than you think. Just listen to Leisa Peterson, founder of the Wealth Clinic, explain how both have changed her life. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/104 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse
Views: 245 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 149] Living Your Best Life Through Sustainable Frugality - Liz Willard Thames, Frugalwoods
 
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This episode of the Mo’ Money Podcast is brought to you by Nest Wealth. Want to start your investing journey today? Invest with Nest Wealth, Canada’s largest independent digital wealth management platform, and get 3 months free. Visit learn.nestwealth.com/jessicamoorhouse to get started. Joining me again on the podcast, and now no longer an anonymous blogger at Frugalwoods, Elizabeth Willard Thames is the newly published other of Meet the Frugalwoods. Not a “how-to” book on living that frugal life or reaching financial independence, but her personal story of how she was trying to check-off life’s checklist only to realize, that checklist wasn’t making her happy and didn’t align with her values anyway. I’m pretty sure most of us can identify with this. How many of us have been checking off things throughout our lives without really taking some time to think about whether what we’re doing or achieving is actually making us happy or bringing us fulfillment? I know I was doing that exact thing up until a year ago. I got my degree (check!), got married (check!), got a corporate job in Toronto’s financial district (check!), and by anyone’s standards was “making it.” But it didn’t feel like that to me, which is why I did a crazy thing and quit my job to work for myself. That’s why I totally get Liz’s story in her book. I can relate to it on such a personal level. Heck, I even fantasize about moving to the country (in the Maritimes) with my husband in the next few years. Now, I’m not sure if that’ll actually happen, but I am definitely taking a page out of Liz’s book by trying to be more intentional with my life and also practicing sustainable frugality. To me, that means spending my money on stuff that brings value to my life, and not spending money on stuff that doesn’t. Also being strategic so I can maximize my dollars so there’s more money to save and invest for my future. To me, this book was a great in-depth look into someone’s personal finance journey. I really loved this book, and I hope you do too! --- For full episode show notes: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/149 ---Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 977 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 63 | What It's Really Like to Be a New Homeowner - Jessica Moorhouse
 
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This episode is sponsored by DUCA. Learn more about DUCA's Community Hero mortgage, the first social purpose mortgage in Canada: https://www.duca.com/ For this special solo episode, I share what's been happening on the new homeowner-front since my first episode of the season where I announced that my husband and I bought our first place. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/62 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 136 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 175] PATRICK ENS - BEING INTENTIONAL WITH YOUR MONEY
 
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Capital One Canada is one of the sponsors for this year’s sponsors of Credit Education Week from Nov. 13-16. There are tons of free financial literacy events happening for Credit Education Week, so visit http://cewc.ca to find out what’s happening in your city! Like I mentioned in the intro of this episode, I was 100% living my best life this past weekend. Not only did I attend the Canadian Personal Finance Conference (I’ve gone to this conference every year since 2013!), but I also got to moderate the fireside chat sponsored by Capital One Canada, with Laurie Campbell (CEO of Credit Canada Debt Solutions) and Patrick Ens (VP, Strategy and Brand at Capital One Canada). This was definitely my ideal situation because although I loved getting the chance to do a full-on presentation at last year’s conference, I’ve gotta admit that I was in my element moderating this chat. To me, it was basically like a podcast episode with two incredibly intelligent and experienced guests, and there just so happened to be a live audience watching. But yes, I know, this wasn’t really a podcast episode. So, in case you weren’t able to catch our talk at the conference, luckily I was able to interview Patrick for the podcast! We discuss at length (and in-depth) this year’s theme for Credit Education Week — money mindfulness. If you’re a longtime listener of the show, you may have listened to a few episodes I’ve done in the past about this topic. But what is so great about my interview with Patrick is he comes from a very different background. He’s not a mindfulness guru or your typical money expert. He comes from the brand side of things and helps clients directly with the financial products offered by Capital One Canada. Because of that, he has a very interesting perspective on what it means to be intentional with your money and thus smart and responsible with credit use. CREDIT EDUCATION WEEK Credit Education Week is in its 12th year, and Capital One Canada is one of the sponsors alongside Credit Canada Debt Solutions. The theme for this year is money mindfulness, because we all need to be more mindful with our money habits, our spending and especially our credit use. To learn more about all the free events going on for Credit Education Week, visit http://cewc.ca. GET YOUR CREDIT SCORE FOR FREE If you don’t know your credit score, what are you waiting for? Capital One Canada let’s you check your Transunion credit score for free without dinging your credit score in the process. http://creditkeeper.capitalone.ca/ For full episode show notes, visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/175 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 99 Jessica Moorhouse
Ep. 93 | How to Plan Your Retirement the Smart Way - Fritz Gilbert, Retirement Manifesto
 
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Saving for your retirement is simple. As Fritz Gilbert from The Retirement Manifesto shares, it all comes down to starting early, spending less than you make, and keeping to it. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/93 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 385 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 131] How to Build Wealth by Changing Your Money Mindset - Kelley Keehn
 
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[This video interview is an episode of the Mo' Money Podcast, sponsored by https://freshbooks.com/mo] What’s your money mindset and how does it affect how you perceive building wealth? I chat with Kelley Keehn about this and more in this episode. To visit her website: http://www.kelleykeehn.com Support for this episode comes from Freshbooks, the ridiculously easy to use cloud accounting software. I’ve been personally using Freshbooks for my business for over a year and couldn’t live without it, and since Freshbooks is awesome they are offering a free 30-day trial to all Mo’ Money Podcast listeners! To try it out, visit https://freshbooks.com/mo and type in Mo’ Money Podcast in the “Where Did You Hear About Us?” section. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/131 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 261 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 163] GWEN MERZ - HOW TO ACHIEVE FIRE IN YOUR 20s
 
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This episode wouldn’t be possible without our sponsor, Canspace.ca, Canada’s favourite web hosting provider. They’re helping Canadian entrepreneurs and businesses by providing a reliable and lightning-fast platform to host their websites. If you want to get the most out of your website and online marketing efforts, don’t forget to use the $10 OFF coupon they’re offering all Mo’ Money Podcast listeners! Just visit https://canspace.ca/jessicam and enter your email address to get the coupon. For this episode of the podcast, I chat with a new friend I made recently at an event called Statement. It was a women in business retreat for women in the financial blogging space, and I can’t even tell you how life changing it’s been. But that’s not what I want to share anyway. I want to share that at this event, I got to meet the amazing Gwen Merz who was able to achieve something not many 20-year-olds can! I’m talking about achieving financial independence. We chat in-depth about what that actually means, and no, it doesn’t mean she’s retired. For her, it means she saved up enough money to afford to leave her corporate job, move cities and then focus on her blog (Fiery Millennials) and podcast (FIRE Drill Podcast) full-time. It also means she saved up enough money that by retirement age, it will have grown to an amount she could easily retire on. So I know I’ve had a lot of guests on the show in the FIRE community that have been able to achieve financial independence and retire early, but Gwen’s story might actually be a bit related. She didn’t save up a million dollars and is now living an easy life. She was able to save up $200,000, bought an income property for about $80,000, but still intends to work to earn a living. She’s set things up so in the future she will earn passive income from your property and her $200,000 will have compounded into a way bigger amount she can live off of in retirement. But, she still needs to earn money for her present needs. Which is why now she’s exploring some different entrepreneurial avenues such as making stained glass art and selling it, selling courses on how to start an Etsy store, and monetizing her popular blog and podcast. You see, FIRE isn’t a straight road. You can actually apply the principles in any way you want. There’s no right or wrong way to FIRE! Here are a couple other things we talked about when talking FIRE. Lean FIRE vs. Fat FIRE These are terms I recently learned about when I was actually at a FIRE meetup in New York City last month. Lean FIRE is when you’ve saved up enough to live on for the foreseeable future, but you’d be living a fairly frugal life. You’re living in a low cost of living area, your expenses are minimal, and you don’t need that much to live off of. It’s sounds fine if you’re more of a minimalist, but obviously it’s a bit restricting Fat FIRE is when you’ve saved up enough to live the life you really want with little to no restrictions. For instance, I met a woman at the meetup who was on her way to achieving Fat FIRE and she told me her goal was to save up $7 million. Albeit, she wanted to continue living in New York and travel a lot, but it’s a big difference when compared to Lean FIRE. Why the FIRE Community is Exploding My only comparison to the FIRE community is the debt-payoff community. Two communities that are massive and members are diehards for. With FIRE, to me at least, it’s a bit more exciting. The end goal is to have enough money to live whatever life you want. And that’s exactly why Gwen also thinks the FIRE community is exploding right now. It gives people purpose with their money. Instead of just being responsible with your money so you can eventually afford to buy that car, that house or some trips in the future, it’s way more exciting to save up for early retirement or the freedom to quit your job to start your own business! That’s sort of why I consider myself a bit financially independent. I don’t have enough to retire on or anything like that, but I did have the financial security to be able to leave my job to focus all my energy on my own business. For the show notes for this episode visit http://jessicamoorhouse.com/163 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 499 Jessica Moorhouse
SIDE HUSTLE BY CHRIS GUILLEBEAU - BOOK CLUB | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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For my fifth book club (that took place on Wednesday. June 6 at 7pm ET on my Facebook page), I was joined by Chris Guillebeau, author of Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 Days, to talk more in-depth about side hustles and entrepreneurship, and to answer viewers questions live. To read my review on Millionaire Teacher: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/millionaire-teacher-book-review-andrew-hallam/ To check out my podcast interview with Chris Guillebeau: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ep-125-mastering-the-side-hustle-with-chris-guillebeau/ To buy Millionaire Teacher: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/buysidehustlebook To join my private Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/moneylifebalance/ To sign up for my next book club: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/bookclub
Views: 224 Jessica Moorhouse
[Ep. 184] LIVING DEBT-FREE - SHANNON LEE SIMMONS
 
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Grab a copy of Shannon's book "Living Debt-Free" https://amzn.to/2H00bcF --- This episode of the Mo' Money Podcast is supported by Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC). To learn how your savings are protected thanks to CDIC, visit https://CDIC.ca. Or check your CDIC knowledge by taking this free quiz at http://DepositInsuranceEndurance.com. --- I’ve got another repeat guest on the show, who first appeared on the Mo’ Money Podcast this time last year in episode 151 to promote her first book Worry-Free Money. I’m talking about the lovely Shannon Lee Simmons, and she’s back with her second book all about debt called Living Debt-Free. Since her first book was essentially the feel-good personal finance book we were all looking for, Shannon’s second book does the same thing for debt. There are so many negative emotions surrounding debt, such as shame and guilt. Debt is bad right? Well, guess what…real people have debt. And they shouldn’t feel shame or guilt for having it. Shame and guilt aren’t exactly motivators to doing anything, so why would we think making people feel bad about their debt will help them get out of it. HAVING A POSITIVE MINDSET FOR DEBT REPAYMENT IS KEY Instead, Shannon shares stories and advice on how to tackle your debt by adopting a new positive mindset and asking yourself some of these helpful questions: What is your debt holding you back from in life? What kind of life could you have without this debt? What’s really important to you? What are your core life values? Having clear answers for these questions will help you stay on track to paying off your debt. Yes, strategies like the debt snowball and debt avalanche are helpful too, but from my experience and Shannon’s, people are more likely to get back into debt or stop their debt repayment plan because they lack positive reinforcement and motivation. By thinking with a more positive mindset, such as “What could I add to my life once I’m debt-free?” instead of being critical of your current situation like “You’re not as well off as your peers because of your debt,” you’ll be able to change your financial picture quicker than you ever thought possible. Not only that, you’ll be able to stay out of debt because you’ll have a clearer vision for your overall finances. EMERGENCY FUNDS ARE FOR EMERGENCIES Recently, there was a question that popped up in my Facebook group asking whether it was a good idea to use Emergency Fund money to pay off debt. Shannon and I both agreed that Emergency Funds should be reserved for emergencies only, not debt. Lack of emergency savings is one of the main reasons people fall into debt. Something unexpected happens, like their car breaks down, they don’t have the money to pay for it, they use credit to fix their car, now their in debt and can only afford the minimum payments. To avoid this cycle, save up 3 to 6 months of your living expenses and put it in a high-interest savings account. Then don’t touch it until a real emergency happens. And once you touch it, make sure to pay that money back so it’s never empty. Shannon also suggest having two Emergency Funds. One is for real emergencies that you don’t touch unless you absolutely need to. One is more of a slush fund that you are constantly contributing to, but dipping into when you need cash for unexpected expenses (that don’t fall into the emergency category). THE ONLY WAY TO AVOID OVER-SPENDING WITH YOUR CREDIT CARD There are only a few ways to avoid over-spending with your credit card. One way is to use debit or cash for all of your variable expenses, and just link your credit card to any of your regular fixed expenses like your cable bill, phone bill, and utilities. Or, if you do like to use your credit card for your variable spending, set its limit to the exact amount you’ve budget for variable expenses. Then, as soon as you make a purchase with your credit card, move money from your chequing account to pay off your credit card. That’s it! There really isn’t any other magic way to do it. Believe me, I’ve tried them and so has Shannon and these are the ones that work! For full episode show notes, visit: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/184 -- Other ways to listen -- Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/mo-money-podcast-real-people/id996219697?mt=2 Follow on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/momoneypodcast/ --Follow Jessica-- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 182 Jessica Moorhouse
WEALTHING LIKE RABBITS BY ROBERT BROWN - BOOK CLUB | Jessica Moorhouse
 
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For my third book club (that took place on Wednesday. Dec. 6 at 7:30pm ET on my Facebook page), I was joined by Wealthing Like Rabbits author Robert Brown to talk about his book, answer book club member questions and talk more in-depth about everything from RRSPs, TFSAs, student debt and what life's like semi-retired. To read my review on Wealthing Like Rabbits: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/wealthing-like-rabbits-book-review/ To buy Wealthing Like Rabbits: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/buywealthinglikerabbits To join my private Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/moneylifebalance/ To sign up for my next book club: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/bookclub
Views: 308 Jessica Moorhouse
My Experience as a Missionary in The Gambia | Directed & Filmed by Jessica Moorhouse (Short Film)
 
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Back in 2005, after finishing my first year of university, I did something a bit crazy and totally out of character. I signed up to be a missionary and went with a group of strangers to The Gambia to volunteer for 2 months. It was an experience that absolutely changed my life, though not for some of the reasons you may think. It was the first thing I had ever done completely on my own, and really helped me develop into a young, confident adult. While I was there I brought my video camera and shot as much footage as possible. I had dreams of becoming a documentary filmmaker at the time and was waiting to hear back if I was accepted into Simon Fraser University's extremely competitive film program. While I was in The Gambia I got an email saying that I didn't get in but was put on their waiting list. When I got back, I got the good news that someone had dropped out and I was accepted. Although I did complete my degree in filmmaking, my path has definitely taken a couple unexpected turns (re: becoming a personal finance blogger/podcaster and not a filmmaker), but it's always really cool to look back and see where I came from and how I saw the world over a decade ago. Although I didn't make a feature film with the footage I captured, I did make this short film that summed up many of the highlights from the trip. The choir singing was recorded by members of our team while we were there. -- Follow Jessica -- Blog: https://jessicamoorhouse.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessi_moorhouse Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jessicaimoorhouse Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaimoohouse Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jessimoorhouse1/
Views: 146 Jessica Moorhouse

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