Monday, July 31, 2006

Episode 29: Interview with Nick of Punny Money

Nick unwinds by blogging! And his mission is to introduce a bit of humour to the personal finance blogging world. He's also passionate about the need for basic financial education in our society, and fears that if we fail to provide it, it could lead to our financial undoing.

Nick's blog is at:

Links to sites mentioned:
Michelle Singletary:
All Things Financial:
Blueprint for Financial Prosperity:

Monday, July 24, 2006

Episode 28: Interview with Ramit Sethi of IWillTeachYouToBeRich


Ramit had a formative experience when he got his first college scholarship, then lost a big chunk of it in the stock market. That experience led him to several important realizations about personal finance, and ultimately his blog is a product of that experience. But Ramit does much more than just write a money blog - in the interview we talk about his speaking and entrepreneurial activities as well.

Ramit's blog is at:

Links to sites mentioned in the interview:
Seth Godin's blog:
Ian Ybarra's blog:
Marginal Revolution:
Newmark's Door:
Weblogs, Inc.:

Monday, July 17, 2006

Episode 27: Interview with Ben Jones of the Housing Bubble Blog

Ben is one of the most prolific bloggers in the blogosphere. He posts several times a day, seven days a week, and often gets over 100 comments on his posts. Although he’s not a personal finance blogger, he covers a topic of great importance to everyone’s personal finances – the single family home real estate market. It’s a real hot button issue, and Ben’s a dedicated blogger, so I think you’ll find our conversation interesting.

Ben's Housing Bubble Blog:

Ben's other blogs:

Links to sites mentioned in the interview:

Professor Piggington

Monday, July 10, 2006

Episode 26: Interview with Nina from QueerCents

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TOday's interview is with Nina from QueerCents. QUeercents is a joint project of 3 established money bloggers with the subtitle "We’re here, we’re queer, and we’re not going shopping without coupons". Nina's posts range from real estate to Saving Advice to observations on Relationships and finances. She's got a great easy-to-read writing style and a refreshing perspective on personal finance.

Queercents is at:
And Nina's Original blog is at:

Links to sites mentioned in the interview:
Robert Kiyosaki:

Monday, July 03, 2006

Episode 25: Interview with LAMoneyGuy from It's Just Money

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LAMoneyGuy's blog mixes his personal observations with the latest personal finance news. His credibility and background really stand out = he's a financial advisor to the wealthy, and in the interview we talk alot about personal finance habits of the wealthy (and not-wealthy).

LAMoneyGuy's blog is at

Links to sites mentioned in the interview:
Blue Oregon:
Blueprint for Financial Prosperity:
Financial Freedumb:
Mapgirl's Fiscal Challenge:
Young and Broke:
Laura Rowley Money & Happiness:
Elizabeth Warren, Amelia Warren Tyagi: The Two-Income Trap
Elizabeth Warren, Amelia Warren Tyagi: All Your Worth