This week sees the release of the 250th episode of the Money to the Masses podcast. After five and a half years the podcast still remains one of my favourite activities at Money to the Masses. The podcast is great fun to produce and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed hearing from and meeting listeners over the years.
To celebrate the 250th episode we are featuring some of your voice messages that have been sent in over the last couple of weeks. Be sure to listen to see if your message is featured on this week’s show.
I want to take the opportunity to thank Andy for all his work on the podcast over the years. He is a true perfectionist when it comes to recording, editing and producing the show.
Crohn’s & Colitis week
This week Justin and I spoke at a charity event for Crohn’s & Colitis UK to give an insight into what it’s like to live with Crohn’s Disease. It was a great evening which raised a fantastic amount for a cause that we are both passionate about. We are always happy to help raise the awareness of Crohn’s and Colitis and support those impacted by IBD related conditions.
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Episode 250 - On this week's special 250th show we take a look back over the last 5 years and pick out a few of our highlights. We are delighted to feature messages from our listeners in our celebration show and thanks to everyone that got in touch. As promised, everyone who sent in a voice message will be sent a Money to the Masses mug. Those who made it onto our special 250th episode will get an extra special "I've been on the podcast mug".
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