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This episode is all about how to save money, retire early and go RVing with JD Roth
Today on podcast, I’m interviewing J.D. Roth. In 2006, J.D. launched a blog called Get Rich Slowly, which documented his journey of being $35,000 in debt and learning how to take control of his financial life. He eventually sold that blog in 2009… yes, it is possible to sell a blog.
J.D. recently spent a year driving across the country in his 29 ft. RV, which is what brings him to the RV Entrepreneur podcast!
A few things we talk about on this episode:
- J.D.’s financial journey to Get Rich Slowly and Money Boss
- Why J.D. decided to live and travel in an RV for a year
- Financial blueprints and how to break out of your old money habits
- Emergency funds, investing, and retirement advice for RVers
- How to draft your personal mission statement
Today’s episode is sponsored by:
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Links mentioned on this episode:
- Get Rich Slowly
- Money Boss
- Mr Money Mustache
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
- Brief Guide to Financial Freedom
- Contact J.D. at jdroth(at)moneyboss.com
Quotes from this episode:
“I get all wrapped up in thinking… Oh I wish I hadn’t gone into debt when I was younger. I wish I hadn’t done this or I wish I hadn’t done this other thing. But the reality at this stage of the situation is… I like who I am now. I like where I am now. And I wouldn’t be this person, doing the things that I am doing, if I hadn’t had the experiences I had. So even though they weren’t fun at the time and I didn’t enjoy them, I can’t regret them.”
“If you can align your spending so that it is directly related to what you want to accomplish in life, you can be much more effective with your money. Money becomes a tool to construct the life that you want.”
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