my husband, me, & our financial habits make front page of business section in washington post

wash post photo jill sean
photo by Lois Raimondo, Washington Post, 2/10/08

What a blast!

It was published today, in the Washington Post’s business section — with our happy mugs below the fold (& as the second photo in the online slideshow).

Talking with Post reporter Nancy Trejos was a comfortable, positive experience. She expressed a lot of interest in different facets of family finance, especially in the face of a slowing economy & home sales.

Thanks Shashi Bellamkonda for connecting Nancy, Sean, & me.

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18 Responses

  1. Congrats! It’s a great story.

  2. This is bigger news than Kate Graham’s granddaughter assuming the reigning reins of the Post itself. Congratulations. πŸ™‚

  3. congrats! I know someone famous!

  4. […] friend, Sean Stickle and his wife, Jill Foster, were featured in a Washington Post article today on finances of couples: I Do, but You […]

  5. Nice one, Jill! As someone who is self-admittedly crap at managing money (which has put my marriage at risk in the past) and who now runs a small business, I’ve found it critical to be honest with my wife over money and to get solid advice from experts on managing it from the business side.

    With any luck, we’ll be mortgage (and therefore debt) free before 2015.

  6. Congrats Jill!

  7. congrats to Washington post for seeing a good story. Jill you are on to something that families value. Plus your family takes a great photo

  8. Jillster!
    Congrats to you and the hubster! I am not surprised by this at all! I always said you were gonna get lots of attention soon! Pai’s got good taste in friendz. πŸ™‚

    Keep up the great work …and keep it fun like you do!

    Paisano

  9. Way to go, Jill!

  10. Congratulations! Money issues can be deadly to a marriage. The key is to keep talking and sharing without fear.

  11. i feel like a fool. i get the post and i missed the article. frankly its these kinds of stories that keep me a subscriber. its not all world this and country that…they do real stories on real people like you Jill. congratulations on your celebrity status now!

  12. Jill, Congrats! There’s no question, money can be a wedge in a relationship if you allow it to be. Thankfully, my wife and I have figured out how to work through good and bad financial times! We use the same strategy you do… she’s in control. Left to my own devices, we’d be on the streets. πŸ™‚

  13. congrats πŸ™‚

  14. Congratulations Jill! πŸ˜‰

  15. Great story, Jill. Congrats on your 15 mn. of fame!

  16. Congratulations to the two of you. Great article!

  17. Jill,

    Wonderful stuff! Can’t wait to pass on the link to all the Jill fans out there!

    l,m.

  18. Nice one Jill!

    I look forward to our upcoming interview on BlogTalkRadio and my Big Dreamers show June 22.

    It’s sure to be a blast πŸ™‚

    -=D

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