Category Archives: Money Psychology

Ep. 259: Sharing money with your honey and emotional housing attachments

This week on The Pete the Planner® Show, Pete and I are back answering more of your money questions! The first in the lineup? A question about quarrels over money between two honeys. Financial conversations are usually about as awesome…

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RePete Ep. 4: The ins and outs of home equity

On this episode of RePete we’re dedicating a whole show to your dear friend, home equity. Yes! This will be the first in our expert series where Pete and I bring in an expert on a topic we want all the…

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Ep. 258: Investing early, international schools & retirement questions

This week on The Pete the Planner® Show,  Pete and I could not be answering three more different financial questions. We dive into this episode with an email so good that it’s either an incredible prank… or genuinely the best email ever….

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RePete Ep. 3: Lessons from our parents

We’re back with another RePete! This week’s question of the week: what lessons did you learn from your parents? Over the course of this episode, Pete and I realize a lot of lessons we’ve learned from our parents that we apply…

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Ep. 257: How to prioritize debt pay off while saving for retirement

We’re back answering more of YOUR money questions! Why? Well, it’s what we do. To kick off this week’s show Pete and I read an email from a listener who’s hustling her way through just shy of $50,000 of debt….

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RePete Ep. 2: Who is your financial role model?

We’re back with another episode of RePete! This week’s question of the week: who are your financial role models? I’ve always searched for a role model, consciously or subconsciously, in almost every aspect of my life. It was no different when…

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