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Sherry from Save. Spend. Splurge., Save. Spend. Splurge. Blogger

Today’s guest is anonymous. We only know her first name – it’s Sherry from the Save. Spend. Splurge. blog. She is on the show by popuar request. A few of you have written in specifically asking to hear from her. So we delivered. This is, in fact, Sherry’s first ever podcast. The intrigue around Sherry stems from her ability to live the good life. She likes fancy things, she admits. And she’s not afraid to write about it. She has turned her blog into a business and that, in conjunction with her day job, has earned her a net worth of over $500,000 in her early 30s.

  1. We discuss how Sherry also yanked herself out of $60,000 worth of debt in just 18 months. She did it using The Budgeting Tool which she now offers her readers and donates the net proceeds to charity.
  2. Her negotiating prowess. And how we should all approach salary discussions with prospective employers.
  3. Why retirement is a privilege.

If you’d like to learn more about Sherry, visit her website or follow her on Twitter @SaverSpender.

One of my favorite quotes from our interview: “I can choose when I want to work, who I want to work for, where I want to work and it’s a job that I love doing.” – Click to Tweet

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