Ep 77: Write Your Own Rules And Find Your Joy With Hoda Kotb

Like a fine wine, Hoda Kotb keeps getting better with age. This week she takes us through the pain points of her 40s — cancer, divorce and thinking children might not be in her future — and how all of them made her fearless. She also tells us how now, in her 50s, she’s in a job she pushed for, in a relationship that makes her happy and, best of all, a mother to her baby, Haley Joy, who she adopted earlier this year. She’s living her life by her own rules and sharing how you can do the same. Then, Kelly and I answer your questions on how to handle your bank accounts post-Equifax breach and whether or not a company credit card can affect your credit score. And, if you’re looking to donate after the recent storms, we cover smart and safe ways to give back so that your dollars are being put to good use.

Catch up on what you missed:

  • What’s your definition of success? Did your mind go straight to career? Family? Both?

    July 11, 2018

    Ep 117: The Relationship Between Ambition And Money

  • Happy 4th of July HerMoney fam! To celebrate, we’re answering your questions.

    July 4, 2018

    Bonus Mailbag #10

  • “You lose your keys — not your loved ones,” so says Laurie Burrows Grad, whose husband died a few years back and who put her feelings into a wonderful book, “The Joke’s Over, You Can Come Back Now: How This Widow Plowed Through Grief and Survived.”

    June 27, 2018

    Ep 116: Let’s Talk About Death

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