Episode 14 – Captain DIY Tells You Why You Should Put Your Stock In Becoming a Tradesperson

Household Repair Woes Two years ago, our dryer started to make a strange sound.  The repetitive squeak that began as a soft, distant sound, suddenly became a constant nuisance.  We knew something was amiss, and began to research just how much a modern washer/dryer set cost these days.  We were astounded by the number of …

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Episode 13 – Amon and Christina Browning of Our Rich Journey – Retire Abroad at 40 with a Family

Amon and Christina Browning Our Rich Journey

  HOW THIS FAMILY OF FOUR WAS ABLE TO RETIRE ABROAD AS A FAMILY OF FOUR IN THEIR 40’S.  Do you think it’s impossible to retire abroad at 40 and raise a family? Amon and Christina Browning explain in this episode, just how possible it is to retire early and live abroad.   Amon and Christina have YouTube Channel – …

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Episode 12 – Grumpus Maximus Talks About How to Gut it Out and How to Manage a Military Pension

Grumpus Maximus

    Today on the podcast we spoke to Grumpus Maximus, a blogger and active member of the Financial Independence community, who takes a special interest in teaching his followers about pensions and retirement accounts.     The thing about today’s episode that was so striking, was that we spent a good portion of it talking …

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Episode 9 – Time as an Asset – How a 22 year-old Saves 80% of His Income and Travel Hacks a Five Month Trip to Australia, with Cody Berman of Fly to FI

Welcome Back House of FI Family!  This week we are all about Second Generation FI.  We are speaking with Cody Berman of Fly to FI.

Cody is a 22­year-­old entrepreneur and life optimizer. He runs the personal finance blog Fly to FI, a podcast Fire Below Zero, and co­founded a disc golf company Arsenal Discs. He aims to live a life of intentionality and financial freedom. Cody is passionate about fitness, travel, and relationships.  

Episode 8 – A Whole New World, Creating a Successful Podcast and Saving $168,000.00 in Two Years, with Jamila Souffrant of Journey to Launch

Jamila shares her incredible FI Journey today.  What’s so amazing about her story is that it began as a little girl immigrating to the United States with her mom, who was a single mother.  She learned valuable lessons from her mom and grandmother that later translated into becoming a life-long learner.  Out of college Jamila bought her first house at age 22, still one of the best financial decisions she’s ever made. 

Episode 7 -How One Woman’s Love of Tidy Led Her to Financial Independence, with Kristyn Ivey of For the Love of Tidy

On today’s show we welcome Kristyn Ivey.  Kristyn is a KonMari Consultant.  And if you were like me, and unsure of exactly what that meant…Kristyn helps people organize their homes, minds and lives.  Once her client’s have removed the clutter – they can make room for the things they value and love.  It’s more than just organization – she helps people evaluate the items in their homes to determine what brings them the most joy!  During the process of her own “tidying” journey – she also found she was simplifying and decluttering her finances as well, which ultimately led her to the Financial Independence community.  We have so much to learn from Kristyn today and are so pleased to have her with us!  

Episode 6 – Design Your Dream Life and Create Financial Freedom With Less With Jillian Johnsrud of Montana Money Adventures

    Welcome back House of FI family!  This week we are speaking with Jillian Johnsrud of Montana Money Adventures.  Jillian has such an amazing story!  From very humble beginnings she and her husband paid off $55,000 in debt and saved almost a quarter of a million dollars.  (GASP!) Listen to how she and her …

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Episode 5 – Raising Financially Literate Kids – Next Gen FI,With Amy Koit, Author of Kids Money Habits

Welcome to the show!  We are glad you are here.  Today we are speaking with Amy Koit, author of the book of Kids Money Habits and  website of the same name.  Not only is Amy is an author,  but she is also a lawyer, accountant and a mom of three financially saavy kids. Amy lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband and children. In her personal world she explores her love for teaching and writing. Her passion for teaching led her to teach at the University of Syndney, and her passion for writing led her to write her book.  

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