Good morning everyone, and welcome to another edition of Money In Your 30’s. If you’re like me, you enjoy learning about the financial situations of other folks similar in age to you. As a 38-year-old, I’m always looking to find and share interesting stories of other people in their 30’s like me! And today won’t …
money in your 30’s
Welcome to Money In Your 30’s, the occasional series where we on Chief Mom Officer chat with folks in their 30’s about their money situation. Taking a peek inside the personal finances of others is a fun way to learn about how different people handle money. Participants in this series also get a chance to ask questions of CMO readers, and Captain DIY has a few for you today.
He’s a family man who’s held down a variety of different jobs – some of which I didn’t know existed (chicken wing delivery driver?) – and is working towards financial freedom in the next ten years. Like most, he’s not interested in “retiring” in the sense of never working again. Instead, he wants to shift from a physically taxing job into different lines of work, and free up his wife to take on more of the work she loves.
It’s time to talk about money in your 30’s. Today I have a special interview with My Early Retirement Journey, a single woman in her 30’s talking about her money and her journey to financial freedom. She has some questions for you on how to figure out what you want to do after you’re financially independent – and do you know anyone seeking student loan forgiveness? Stop on in, read more, and help her out!