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The Benefits of Minimalism as a Financial Plan: Interview about Living Car-Free and in Tiny Houses with Tammy Strobel from Rowdy Kittens RPF0105: What can you do if you're feeling a bit stuck financially? Basically stuck in the rat race? Expenses about equal to income and some debt hanging on?
Well, one strategy you could pursue would be to dramatically reduce your expenses by getting rid...

The Benefits of Minimalism as a Financial Plan: Interview about Living Car-Free and in Tiny Houses with Tammy Strobel from Rowdy Kittens RPF0105: What can you do if you're feeling a bit stuck financially? Basically stuck in the rat race? Expenses about equal to income and some debt hanging on? Well, one strategy you could pursue would be to dramatically reduce your expenses by getting rid...

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The Benefits of Minimalism as a Financial Plan: Interview about Living Car-Free and in Tiny Houses with Tammy Strobel from Rowdy Kittens RPF0105: What can you do if you're feeling a bit stuck financially? Basically stuck in the rat race? Expenses about equal to income and some debt hanging on? Well, one strategy you could pursue would be to dramatically reduce your expenses by getting rid...

FromRadical Personal Finance

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Length:
67 minutes
Released:
Nov 18, 2014
Format:
Podcast Episode

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What can you do if you're feeling a bit stuck financially? Basically stuck in the rat race? Expenses about equal to income and some debt hanging on?
Well, one strategy you could pursue would be to dramatically reduce your expenses by getting rid of your stuff, downsizing into a "tiny house," and getting rid of your cars.
Today's guest did that! And it ultimately led to her being able to build a lifestyle of financial freedom through entrepreneurship.
Tammy Strobel has a Bachelors of Arts in Economics, a Masters degree in Public Administration, and a Masters of Arts in Education. 
Before starting her micro-business in January of 2010, she worked in the investment management industry and in the social service sector as a peer counselor. 
As an entrepreneur, she sustains herself through writing, photography, and teaching. Over the last two years, hundreds of students have taken her e-courses to explore photography, writing, and what it means to make time and space for what matters. 
Enjoy the show!
Joshua
Links:

www.RowdyKittens.com
To explore Tammy's content, start here
For info on Tammy's Tiny House adventures, go here
Released:
Nov 18, 2014
Format:
Podcast Episode