FULL show notes, Kel Galavan’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e14 *** We all know the saying “money makes the world go around”, but have you ever stopped to ask why? In this episode, our hosts pose hard-hitting questions about Western society’s relationship with money. Why does it take such high priority in our thoughts? Why do we sacrifice so much time to make money? Do we spend money to fill a deeper emptiness inside ourselves? Lianne & Corey wrap up season 1 by comparing good debt vs bad debt and sharing some thoughts about when it’s okay to enter debt (like to buy a house) and when it’s not (to buy clothes just because they are on sale or upgrading the latest tech gadgets). They share their favorite tips for saving money while traveling, and interview Kel Galavan, AKA Mrs. Smart Money, a money saving expert and financial coach. Kel shares her inspiring story of reducing her annual household expenditure by €27,500 after leaving a 16-year-long career to spend a year, the No Spend Year, home with her kids. For those who have experienced failed budgeting or saving plans, Kel advises the key is to know your values and motivations and to be mindful of what and how much you actually need. By the end of the episode, you’ll be equipped with new tools to make your money stretch further and to mindfully work towards financial freedom. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ ***  If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Chuck Jaffe’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e13 *** Want to know which news sources are trustworthy? We hate to break it to you, but you can’t fully trust any. What you can do is be mindful of things like funding, bias (both the news provider’s and your own) and engage your critical mind by fact-checking a range of sources.  In this episode, Lianne & Corey express the importance of understanding how the media has become interlaced in everyday lives, from background radio and TV noise, to discussions with friends. They encourage awareness of how the media can influence opinions you believe to be your own, and divulge how hidden agendas of advertisers are often spun as breaking news. Digging deeper, they interview journalist, financial columnist, and podcast host, Chuck Jaffe, to explore the inner workings of the media industry. Using stories from his vast professional experience, Chuck explains how to determine the trustworthiness of news sources, the role of politics, and how social media platforms have changed the way we consume information.  In case you’re wondering, yes, we’re the media too. So, are you going to take our word for it… or listen in and form your own opinion? *** FULL show notes, Chuck Jaffe’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e13 *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ ***  If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Francis Theo’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e12 *** Hopefully by now, you’ve learned a thing or two about who you really are by practicing mindfulness. Now it’s time to share your beautiful self with others. In this episode, Lianne & Corey explore common methods of expressing the unique way you see and feel the world, through dance, music, writing, art, and fashion. They debate the pros and cons of using social media to express yourself. Platforms like Instagram provide an outlet for those looking to share their photography skills, while others use social media to hide behind false personas and don’t present their true selves. Believing it’s never too late to learn a new skill, our hosts interview Singaporean artist, Francis Theo, to learn about his passion to sketch objects and events in his home city and when he travels. Francis explains how sketching helps him relax and tune out the external environment, then shares starting points and equipment advice for beginners wanting to take up sketching. This episode provides several prompts to think about how you do, or how you would prefer to, express your unique perspective. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/  *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Joseph’s and Ashleigh’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e11  *** We all know the importance of staying fit, even if only in pursuit of that dream, swimsuit-ready body. But it’s all too easy to buy into those one-size-fits-all exercise programs pushed on social media and TV. In this episode, Lianne & Corey discuss being mindful while you exercise to reap benefits not only for your body but also for your mind, and note the importance of listening to your body’s limits and setting realistic goals. They have not 1, but 2, expert interviews lined up this episode. First is Joseph Sham, a yoga instructor and the owner of Veda Wellness Ayurveda Center retreat in Kerala, India, who comments on different styles of yoga and the holistic lifestyle improvements yoga can bring, far beyond trendy activewear. Next up is Ashleigh Stewart, a health coach and yoga and Pilates instructor from Western Australia, who notes the importance of understanding how each exercise is working your muscles, and complementing fitness with the right nutrition.  The key message to take home is to accept what you have to offer in each exercise session, and never strive to keep up with the Joneses.  *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/  *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Oct 18th, 1982
Episode Count
15
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
11 hours, 8 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 398888