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Doing Healthy on a Budget | Kate Root + Revel

How do you eat healthy on a budget? Kate from Root + Revel is sharing her secrets to eating healthy, and living a healthy lifestyle, all on a budget.

Doing Healthy on a Budget

Yes, it’s possible to eat healthy and live a healthy lifestyle all on a budget. While the recent trends have been to buy all organic, which is, of course, great, it can also be a big drag on your bank account.

I’ve teamed up with Kate from Root + Revel to share all about her awesome entrepreneurial journey and what lead her to launch of Root + Revel. Root + Revel features all sorts of healthy recipes, reviews on skin care and lifestyle products, and a fantastic free resource library full of goodies to help you do healthy on a budget.

Root + Revel features all sorts of healthy recipes, reviews on skin care and lifestyle products, and a fantastic free resource library full of goodies to help you do healthy on a budget. I’m addicted to her site already and can’t wait until she publishes a new recipe each week.

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Should I Care About Raising Interest Rates

Raising interest rates can and do have an impact on your saving and spending. Int this podcast episode, I'm dishing why you should care and offering tips to ensure that as interest rates go up your budget won't explode as well.Do Interest Rates Matter?

In short, yes, interest rates do matter. Think about your car loan, or your home loan, or even your savings account. Interest rates have a direct impact on all of these types of loans and financial products.

The word on the street is that the Fed is going to raise the Fed Funds rate at least .25% before the end of the year. There are countless articles that are speculating about what will or won’t happen. My guess is that interest rates will go up before the end of the year, but before you begin to panic, you must know that won’t have a dramatic impact on your budget. However, depending on the types of loans you have, you might feel the interest rate rise a bit.

In this podcast episode, I’m dishing tips on how to make it through the interest rate rise and explaining why you should care.

How to Deal with the Emotions of Money

Money is an emotional topic. There is a lot of stress, regrets, and hard feelings when you talk about money. In this podcast episode, I'm sharing my money story and some tips to help you deal with the emotions of money.

How to Deal with the Emotions of Money

Money is an emotional topic. It comes with stress, regrets, hard feelings, and can cause issues in relationships and more. You can learn a million different tips and techniques when it comes to money, but until you deal with the emotions behind money you’ll keep up the same habits.

In this podcast episode, I’m sharing my money story and sharing tips and tricks to help you deal with the emotions of money. Once you find freedom with your money relationship, you will start to see dramatic changes in your finances.

Renting Your First Apartment? Here’s What You Need to Know

In this podcast episode I'm dishing tips and tricks to help you save money when renting your first apartment. Renting your first apartment? It can be daunting the first time you rent an apartment, but there are some great tricks to help you save a ton of money. I made so many mistakes the first time I rented my first apartment – things you shouldn’t do – like spend too much money on a fancy apartment just because it looked nice and not figure out who was in charge of paying rent. Ahhh, to be 18 again!

In this podcast episode, I’m answering Cameron’s question about renting your first apartment, what you should do, what you shouldn’t do, and some tricks to figure out how to budget for all the new expenses.

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