The three of us will also be around the web sharing tips, tricks, and advice about personal finances and life on our own platforms.
In this week’s farewell episode, we’re taking about the history of the podcast, including some of our favorite moments and episodes, as well as why we’ve made the difficult decision to end the show.
Read on to find out more about how to keep in touch!
Because this was a collaborative project, we thought we’d each share a few of our final thoughts and what other projects we’re working on so you can stay in touch!
If you listen to the podcast episode, you’ll hear how bittersweet this ending is for all of us. We’ve been working together in some capacity since the fall of 2015, and it’s absolutely crazy to see how far we’ve come and what changes we’ve experienced in that time.
After our season on self-care, we all realized we needed to prioritize ourselves more. Unfortunately, we don’t have an infinite amount of time or energy to work with, so something had to give, and in our case, that was the podcast.
As much as we loved getting together on a weekly basis and chatting about finance and business and everything in between, all three of us had gone down separate paths and developed different passions over the past year and a half. We decided our scarce resources were better dedicated to our own projects.
Calling it quits on something isn’t easy, and we offer additional reflections on the episode itself, but we’re all confident we made the right decision. I can’t wait to see what Chonce and Kayla are able to accomplish!
As for me, I’ve been taking more time to read and simply think about what I want out of life. I don’t want to rush from project to project or idea to idea, but I do want to experiment. So if you’re interested in following a more personal journey, you can check out my blog. All my social media links are there, too. =)
It sucks to have to say goodbye, but I do believe all good things must come to an end. Starting this podcast with Kayla and Erin has was one of the best decisions I could have made and I’ve learned so much.
It was a lot of hard work, but it was rewarding even though I’m not the same person I was last year and many of my ideas have changed.
We made this joint decision after feeling like we’re all being pulled in different directions at the moment. Personally, I want to give my all to a project or not commit to doing it.
I’ll certainly be cheering Kayla and Erin on in whatever they decide to do in the future. For me, I’ll still be sharing what I know about personal finance on my blog, MyDebtEpiphany, and trying to help people get out of debt, break the paycheck to paycheck cycle and start living a life with more freedom. If I can expand my reach and help more people change their lives, I’ll be one happy woman 🙂
I don’t know how much more I can add as my co-hosts said it well. It’s been quite a journey over the past year and a half. We’ve developed strong friendships and enjoyed learning from one another as we discussed our topics each week.
Working on the podcast with Erin and Chonce helped me learn so much and brought new ideas into my mind that have helped me with my finances, business, and life. I loved hearing their perspectives on every topic and I can’t wait to follow them in their journey’s now that the show is ending.
As for my business, I recently re-branded and am now blogging at KaylaSloan.com. Going from my old blog name to my new brand has helped open up so many new doors for and I can’t wait to see what comes next. I am hoping to start coaching others to help them improve their personal finances and build businesses online too. Having my own business has impacted my life so much, and I want to help others do the same.
We want to thank all of our listeners for supporting us, and we hope we were able to help or inspire you in some way.