So, we are five episodes into this podcast situation I co-host with Jay Connor, The Extraordinary Negroes. We are finally getting our rhythm down, findout out what works for us, and making sure to have a good ass time while recording. The podcast has been a good creative outlet, and I'm elated to be doing this with Jay (with whom I co-wrote a blog series called "Across The Aisle") because translating our energy from the page to a show format has been surprisingly easy and I can't think of many people I'd want to do this with. And we finally got a damn website: The Extraordinary Negroes Internet Residence Thing. Good times.
Anyhow, on episode five we invited personal finance educator Tiffany "The Bugetnista" Aliche for an awesome conversation about money, discussing finance and bills with kids, her keynote speech at the 2016 Essence Festival, and how she's helping thousands get their credit and pockets together with her #LiveRicher challenge and her Live Richer Academy. And Jay campaigns tirelessly for birthday gifts (July 20).
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