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Interview with Kim from Free to Family | Jennifer L. Scott

I hope you enjoyed Monday's debt-free video. The Daily Connoisseur interview series continues today with Kim from Free to Family.

Kim is so much fun to talk to. We have a lively discussion about what life is like as YouTuber, debt-free living, parenting, setting boundaries, and much, more.

I hope you enjoy today's video. Please chime in in the comments section on any or all of the topics we discuss!

I have another podcast interview to share with you. This time I chatted with Lauren Morley of The Author Podcast. We had a lot of fun chatting about living a chic and elegant life.

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Comment of the Week
On Monday's debt-free video, Celine writes: "This is all great advice. I really can't add to it. I would, however, like to see the high schools to require a finance class to teach students how to better manage their money, and how debt works. They could learn about checkbooks, paying bills, credit cards, the true cost of taking on debt, basic income tax principles, IRAs/457s and other retirement-type savings plans, making a budget, and living within their means.
I know their parents sometimes don't teach them these things, and it would be a good time to learn about it.

Celine, I couldn't agree more. I wish practical topics like this were taught in high school. We plan to teach our children these principles so they don't make the same mistakes that we did.

Thank you for joining me for today's video. I would love to hear your thoughts on Kim and my discussion. Your comment could be chosen as comment of the week on the blog!

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Karen said...

I thought your comment of the week was interesting. There actually are quite a few states that make a personal finance course mandatory in high school. Tennessee, where I live, is one of those states. We homeschool and so I used Dave Ramsey's high school course as well as some supplemental material that I added. I think all states should require such a course. It gives the student's some really eye-opening statistics as well as good information as they become adults and make those decisions for themselves.

Pj said...

Hello, I am commenting on your interview with Kim, on the 18th of October:

What a fun interview! I especially enjoyed the way you two ladies derived so much joy from visiting with one another and relating to one another! Your cheerful spirits are encouraging. I plan to "pop" over to check out Kim's e-book and to discover how she melds frugality, debt-free living, and clutter-free living. Thank you for sharing this interview, Jennifer. Blessing upon both you and Kim.

Anonymous said...

Hello Jennifer,

Would you mind sharing where did you get the top you are wearing in this video?

Thank you,