[B012] Delayed Parenthood ft. Sandy Smith, Yes I Am Cheap

Should you delay having kids until you can afford it? How do you know when the time is right?

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If you’re young, you are more likely to wait longer to take on typical adult responsibilities than previous generations. Having children is one aspect of life that is being put off. Is the delay due to more uncertain finances? Should you wait until you feel you can afford to raise children before having them?

Sandy Smith joins Adulting.tv LIVE! for this discussion. Sandy created her blog, “Yes, I Am Cheap,” to help her climb out of $120,000 of debt. She has also created a 30-day challenge, #HustleCrew, to help you start your side hustle.

Related: Why don’t you have kids already?

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Hosted byHarlan Landes and Miranda Marquit
Produced byadulting.tv
Edited and mixed bySteven Flato
Music bybensound.com

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[B012] Delayed Parenthood ft. Sandy Smith, Yes I Am Cheap was last modified: March 4th, 2017 by Harlan and Miranda

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