In our 53rd edition of our award-winning Best of the Best Blogger series, we had the pleasure to speak with Ginna Neel from My Pretty Pennies.
Ginna started her blogging journey back in March 2009 to document her travails with some pretty serious student loan debt. Joining a community of personal finance bloggers gave her the fellowship and the platform that she was looking for to dig her way out of debt, but more importantly, an opportunity to share not only her debting experience but also her views and opinions on a variety of topics, equally as important to her, including her faith and her family.
She has crystallized her financial philosophy into a nice tidy summary:
We had the opportunity to sit down with Ginna and talked about a variety of things including the value of a college education, the power of money, and the secret to a perfect Warrior 3 yoga pose.
Student loan debt is a real hot-button issue right now. Based on your own personal experience with student loans, is there anything you would change about your college experience? Was the degree you earned worth the price you had to pay?
Whats are 2-3 of the most important things that you learned about digging out of debt?
As a yoga practitioner yourself, how might you be able to utilize what youve learned and use in your yoga practice and translate that into practical personal financial advice?
Who are a few of your favorite personal finance bloggers?
Whats your stance on credit cards? Useful? Or the root of all evil?
What are you most grateful for about your blogging experience with My Pretty Pennies?
My thanks to Ginna for taking the time with us to share just a bit of her life experience. Thanks again Ginna!