Episode 3 of Piggy Banks to Wall Street Now Available


Hello Friends,


Episode 3 of Piggy Banks to Wall Street is now available. Our guest in episode 3 is Art from the financial blog FlexCents.com.


We met Art through his active Twitter profile (@FlexCents) and quickly discovered we are kindred spirits!


Art is a physical therapist professionally and a financial blogger in his off hours.


In this episode, he tells us his inspiration for starting FlexCents, as well as how he paid off over $100k in student loans in less than three years.


Like most good physical therapists, he's a good listener and wears the hat of a mental therapist as well. I found him so easy to talk to, that I used the conversation as a chance to tell a bit of my personal story.


I even open up and explain (and show) a couple of tattoos that I carry on my forearms to remind myself of the importance of living a life of balance, and to not live in fear of the unknown.


The podcast is now available on most major podcast providers, or you can watch the video on our website or YouTube channel.


Preview of Episode 3

Full Video of Episode 3

Links to Apple, Spotify and Other Providers + Previous Episodes



That's all for now! Thanks for reading!


With gratitude,


Jodie and JJ


J. J. Wenrich CFP®

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