14 episodes

Have you ever wanted to do something different, but you feel...stuck? Each Tuesday join in for honest conversations about money, minimalism, mindset, and living a great life — and the small changes we can make to get big results. Because it’s time we all start living a life that’s better than fine.

The Worth Project Podcast Erica Gellerman & Jordan Fromholz

    • Business
    • 5.0, 23 Ratings

Have you ever wanted to do something different, but you feel...stuck? Each Tuesday join in for honest conversations about money, minimalism, mindset, and living a great life — and the small changes we can make to get big results. Because it’s time we all start living a life that’s better than fine.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Akina58 ,

inspiring and relatable

My husband and I have devoured each of Erica's and Jordan's episodes so far. Their podcast (and their courage) has been a huge source of inspiration and ideas for us, as we consider how to shift our life and our finances to better live into our values and dreams. These two are so relatable and real about their journey. They don't leave you feeling like you should already know everything or like you have to do it exactly like them. Instead, it feels like they're firing on to find your own path. I'd definitely recommend this podcast to anyone who is not super satisfied with her or his current approach to life and finances.

patleomc ,

Wonderful podcast for practical life and financial advice

I don’t even know how I stumbled upon this podcast, I think it was because of an article Erica wrote on rent versus buy. But I’m so glad I didn’t find it because I love this couple stories and hearing them review their life decisions while running them through the gradient of their future life plans. It’s made me think about my own financial situation. And I just recently listen to their podcast about debt, and even though I don’t have any debt I still found it so very interesting and I loved their perspective.

ceekay9 ,

down-to-earth and practical

I've really enjoyed the practical approach that Erica and Jordan take to living their dream life right now. There's a lot of inspirational content out there now encouraging people to live their best lives, but this is the only podcast I've heard mention things like spreadsheets and the cost of childcare. I do think their conservative financial approach can make them a little unrelatable at times. I appreciate the fact that we should be saving 20% of our income or that retirement savings should be a priority, but with something like 75% of Americans living paycheck to paycheck, this just isn't the reality for a lot of people. When they discuss what they need to feel comfortable, it can come across sometimes like living your best life is something you can only do after you reach a certain level of savings, which is a little depressing. But I don't think that's the message Erica and Jordan are intending, and overall I find their approach much more realistic than anything else I've heard.

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