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Love Your Life, Not Theirs with Rachel Cruze

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Rachel Cruze discusses her new book, Love Your Life, Not Theirs: 7 Money Habits for Living the Life You Want. 

She also shares her thoughts on being content in the social media age, lessons she had growing up and what she wants to pass on, and how a budget can give you freedom!

The Comparison Game: Don't Let Social Media Ruin Your Finances

When I was in San Diego I did several shorter interview shows and you seem to have enjoyed it so I thought we make it a little more regular, kind of like a Money Monday series.

I'll share Q and A's with some of the brightest minds in personal finance and for the first in the series, we have a wonderful guest – Rachel Cruze.

I had the pleasure of chatting with her recently about her book, Love Your Life, Not Theirs.

We also got into a few things that couples and parents deal with:

Hope you enjoy!

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Resources to Keep Your Finances and Social Media in Check

If you're looking to stay on top of your finances and still enjoy social media, here are some handy tools and resources to check out.

Connect with Rachel Cruze

Rachel Cruze is a personal finance speaker and New York Time Best-Selling author.

Growing up with Dave Ramsey as her father, Rachel Cruze learned the basic principles of handling money properly at an early age.

Rachel has been a guest on Good Morning America, The Today Show, Katie and Fox & Friends. She’s a contributor for magazines like Woman’s Day and Glamour, regularly appearing in print and on the air on radio stations across the country.

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Music Credit

Like the music in this episode? Our theme song is by Gentle Regime. Additional music by Lee Rosevere.

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