Thursday, November 30, 2006

My Interview at Money Blogger Podcast

Scott at Money Blogger Podcast was kind enough to interview me for his latest broadcast. I've enjoyed listening to past interviews in the series and I feel fortunate to be included.

I had so much fun chatting with him about personal finance, the world of blogging and frugal living. I appreciated his questions about my dual life as a newspaper columnist and my other life as a blogger. The opening music on his podcasts is very cool; Scott asks great questions, including some from other bloggers like Queer Cents.

Thanks to Scott for providing the space and to Flexo (Consumerism Commentary) and Mapgirl for mentioning the interview on their blogs.

I also appreciate the mention from A Penny Saved (who supplied a great question) and anyone else who took note on their blog.


The Frugal Duchess Boutique


Binary Dollar said...

I had no idea that this podcast existed. Looks like I have some catching up to do.

Jeremy said...

I just finished listening to the podcast myself (followed from Flexo) and I'm glad I stumbled across your blog. It is a fun and informative read. Thanks!

thatedeguy said...

Thanks for answering my question so in depth. I find that it's an interesting question that most people just don't really know how to answer. Often times they get stuck on doing one or the other(saving vs. income) and not a good mix of both like you suggest.

Thanks for the great interview, I enjoyed it.

Frugal Duchess: Sharon Harvey Rosenberg said...

Binary Dollar, Jeremy and A Penny Saved:

Thanks so much for the comments.
It means a lot!
I really enljoy the Money Blogger Podcast interviews. It's a fun series.

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