Episode 19: Randi Zuckerberg On Using Tech To Simplify Your Life — Financial And Otherwise

As my listeners know, I’m good with money. Tech? Not so much. But after interviewing technology and social media expert Randi Zuckerberg, I feel much better. And I think you will, too. She helps untangle our wired lives, showing ways to use tech to hack your daily tasks and even bring the family closer together. We also discuss our lives online and off. Just how much screen time is good for your kids — and for you, too? Then, Kelly joins me to answer questions about starting a business and how to find the best interest rates on your savings. And we wrap things up with “Smart Mom, Rich Mom” author Kimberly Palmer, who offers tips for raising money-smart kids. If you like what you’re hearing, please subscribe, encourage your friends to do likewise and leave us a review. (Thanks!)

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