Last Tuesday Mr. Credit Card was kind enough to include my guest post which described my debt consolidation experience in more detail than I’ve shared here on my blog.
Mr. Credit Card also does a blog talk radio show where he interviews personal finance bloggers. I have been listening to his talk shows on my drive to and from work. The shows run from 45 minutes to an hour and are just the perfect thing to pass by the driving time. I feel productive about my time, because I’m also getting to learn about my fellow bloggers!
Here are the shows I’ve listened to in the past couple of months. I find that I really like getting to hear the blogger’s voice, you know how it’s always nice to put a face to a voice, voice to a face, or voice to the written word. 🙂
Lending Club with Rob Garcia. | Interview link. I was really impressed in how Lending Club works, and found that I might be interested in checking it out.
Dawn from Frugal for Life. | Interview link. The first interview I listened to, even before I did my interview with Mr. Credit Card.
Rebecca from 165kindebt.blogspot.com | Interview link.
Jeff Rose from Alliance Investment Group | Interview link.
Miss M is For Money | Interview link.
Matt Jabs from Debt Free Adventure | Interview link.
Andrea Chalupa from Walletpop | Interview link.
Stephanie from Poorer Than You | Interview link.
Atlas from MyMoneyShrugged – his identity theft story | Interview link.
Steve from Blip Brap | Interview link.
Julia Scott from Bargain Babe | Interview link.
Brad Chafee from Enemy of Debt | Interview link.
SVG from Digerati Life | Interview link.
Adam Baker from Man vs. Debt | Interview link.
I hope you’ll check out Mr. Credit Card’s Blog Talk Radio shows, they are very entertaining!
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