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On every episode of Frugal Friends Podcast we help you control your spending without all the guilt and shame of strict budgeting. Get ready to feel confident about your finances and afford more of the things money can’t buy. 

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Extreme couponing is so 2012.

Modern frugal living is as much about preserving your time, physical space, and natural resources as it is about saving money.

No More Broken Budgets

Budgets are the diets of the financial industry. We help yo-yo budgeters end the guilt and shame cycle of “perfect” budgets and make one that actually works.

Financial Goals That Align With Your Values

There’s not one right way to do money. We help you find your core values and create a financial plan around them. And you always have the freedom to take what works for you and leave what doesn’t.

Motivation to Succeed

Life can be focused on the destination but it’s lived on the journey. You need actionable strategies to make good decisions in advance and in real time. We’ve got you.

Frugal ≠ Cheap

We believe frugality isn't just clipping coupons and reusing Ziploc bags. It's the wise stewardship of resources: money, time, relationships, mental space, physical space, and natural resources.

Intention Matters

When we focus on consuming less, spending based on our values, and earning more in the workplace we can stop focusing on $3 decisions and start considering $3,000 and $30,000 decisions.

We Rise By Lifting Others

We believe the best way forward is together. The only way women can close the wealth gap and experience financial freedom is by working together to educate, support, and celebrate each other.

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Meet the Hosts

Jen Smith & Jill Sirianni

Jen Smith

Jen and her husband paid off $78K of debt and she's the author of 3 personal finance books.

Jill Sirianni

Jill is a licensed clinical social worker and trauma counselor.