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The next steps after Dave Ramsey’s Peace University, the importance of being present and food budget hacks.

What you’ll hear on today’s show:

  • Review of Monday’s episode
  • Brad’s life improvement thanks to FI
  • How to use Dave Ramsey’s lessons
  • Question from Chris about Dave Ramsey
  • What the next steps after the Peace University look like
  • Why and how credit cards can be useful
  • Jill talks about being nervous going back to credit cards
  • Michelle says the episode 68 is great to send to Dave Ramsey fans
  • The great advantages of working on a budget as a couple
  • Comment from Nick about paying off a mortgage
  • How FI is not about deprivation
  • The importance of being present
  • Voicemail from Louisa on a food budget hack
  • The video series on different food hacks
  • Voicemail from Ashley on her frugal win of the year
  • College hack on graduate assistantships
  • An article on the dangers of robo-advisers
  • Voicemail from Jesse about optimizing cash-back rewards
  • iTunes and book giveaway

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