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This week on MD for Moms, I’ll be interviewing Eliza of MinimalMD to discuss budgeting and decluttering our lives. Having children is expensive and often leads to a home full of stuff, but how much do we really need to spend and how can we get rid of the clutter? Eliza will explain how making changes in spending and reducing unnecessary expenses can lead to a more comfortable, financially responsible life. She will also share tips for minimizing clutter and how to get our families on board with this plan. We will also explore how to travel with kids without breaking the bank. Eliza has saved enough money to pay off medical training debt and to purchase her home in cash and to retire in her 30’s – she will share how she was able to accomplish these goals and how you can too.
Have a question for Eliza of MinimalMD about living a richer life on a budget? Want some advice on how to keep life simple?
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Learn more about my guest Eliza of MinimalMD:
Eliza is a 35 year old retired physician who recently left her practice and 4700sf house to move to the Midwest. She embraced minimalism and has spent the last year homeschooling her kids and traveling through the US and Northern Europe. Last week, she paid cash for a 1350sf (plus basement) house on 5 acres.