Millennial Money on Couple Money Podcast

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I had the pleasure to chat with Elle on the Couple Money Podcast and share three of my top millennial money mistakes while achieving financial independence by age 30.

On the Couple Money Podcast we discussed setting lifestyle instead of money goals, the problem with saving too much money,  and when you should hire an expert.

I really enjoyed the conversation. You can check it out below, or on iTunes. Make sure that you subscribe to Couple Money – it’s an awesome podcast.

“3 Millennial Money Mistakes to Avoid” Couple Money Podcast

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  • Comment Author image blank Financial Panther says:

    Great interview Grant. Also, just listened to all 10 episodes of your Podcast with Distilled Dollar. Fantastic work! You guys are really branching out.

    • Grant Sabatier Grant @MillennialMoney says:

      Thanks for listening Financial Panther. The podcast has been so much fun – stay tuned for more! If you are using iTunes we’d love a review since we are just getting started! You’re crushing your blog BTW – I love the content you are putting out man. Really great stuff.

  • Comment Author image blank MustardSeedMoney says:

    I was the same way in that I would check my mint.com balance multiple times a day and worse on the weekend when the market wasn’t even open. I don’t know what I was hoping to accomplish by checking it so often but it was a giant waste of time. I should have been taking that time to formulate better plans to get rid of my massive mortgage with side hustles or picking up another job 🙂

    Thanks for sharing the podcast!!!

    • Grant Sabatier Grant @MillennialMoney says:

      Thanks Mustard Seed Money. Mint.com addicts unite! I would love to see the login and app usage stats for Mint. I’m sure a lot of users do the same thing. I remember the first time I saw my portfolio drop like $800 in one day on Mint and I totally freaked out and dropped my phone! Ha ha. Now I’m a recovering Mint addict. I usually check it once a week.

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