You’re listening to Jewish Latin Princess. I’m Yael Trusch your Host, back with an Ask Yael Episode, as well as a quick favor to ask of all of you. Jewish Latin Princess Podcast is now over three years old! I’m excited that we’ve been going strong for so long and that this audience continues to grow. And so, since I do have many different plans and ideas for the show and beyond, I need to know a bit more from you. I also have a number of sponsors who approach me on a regular basis and I need to make sure that they align with you, my audience. So, I’m asking all of you for a quick favor: to fill out an audience survey. It literally takes 30 seconds! You can find the survey at jewishlatinprincess.com/survey And wait it gets better! I will be selecting 20 survey participants at random to win a $10 electronic Amazon gift card. Just for fun! All you have to do is enter the survey at jewishlatinprincess.com/survey I will close the survey hopefully in 2 – 3 weeks, as soon as we have enough data points but of course the sooner the better, so please head over to JewishLatinPrincess.com/Survey to fill out the survey. I look forward to announcing 20 winners of a $10 electronic gift card to Amazon.
Now, this Ask Yael episode is extra hot, because it’s all about money. And these are not easy money questions like how much should I be saving for retirement, or how should I tackle my credit card debt. Rather, they are the good stuff, the stuff that makes us human, the emotional stuff that requires some thought, some empathy, and more. So, in order to tackle these questions that came in the mailbag, I’ve brought another Jewish lady who is passionate about money matters, my colleague and friend, Mara Strom. Mara is not new to Jewish Latin Princess Podcast. She was my guest back in Episode 53, which by the way was a great episode – one of my favorites, actually. So, if you haven’t yet, I really encourage you to go back and listen.
Today Mara and I tackle questions about saving for your child’s wedding, tzedakah (charity) and arguing with your spouse about money. Let’s hear it!