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Sarah Li Cain

Sarah Li Cain is a finance writer, journalist and podcaster. She's appeared in publications such as Credit Karma, Keybank, Wordpress and Lending Tree.

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Using Creativity to Boost Your Income with Grace Chon
Beyond The Dollar
Grace Chon is a commercial pet photographer who worked for big brands such as Purina and Tinder.  We chat about her money story and upbringing as an Asian female, and why we need to stop hiding from the fact that creativity isn’t for everyone - it’s not just about creating art - and how we can cultivate this skill in all professions to help improve our bottom line. For resources mentioned in this episode, head to https://www.beyondthedollar.co/49 Can you believe we’ve reached the end of season 4? Please stick to the end to hear some updates about what’s going on with the podcast, how you can continue living beyond the dollar and ways to keep in touch with the community.
Utilizing Financial Therapy with Lindsay Bryan-Podvin
Beyond The Dollar
Lindsay Bryan-Podvin is a practicing financial therapist in the Midwest. We chat about why someone would want to go into financial therapy, common stressors about money and how to use your body to understand what’s going in your financial life. This episode is brought to you by Fabric, a one-stop shop to organize your family's financial life. They have a few neat features: Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault a free and easy way to share financial information with each other. To find out more and get started by creating a free account for both Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault, head to https://www.meetfabric.com For resources mentioned in this episode, head to https://www.beyondthedollar.co/48
Life as a South African Teacher Abroad with Aneesa
Beyond The Dollar
Aneesa who’s better known as Expat Panda, is a South African teacher who’s been living and traveling overseas. We chat about her journey into becoming an expat teacher and what’s it been like experiencing different cultures. We also dive deep into the many challenges of living and working in another country as well as how you can prepare both emotionally and financially if you’re considering working overseas. This episode is brought to you by Fabric, a one-stop shop to organize your family's financial life. They have a few neat features: Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault a free and easy way to share financial information with each other. To find out more and get started by creating a free account for both Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault, head to https://www.meetfabric.com For resources mentioned in this episode, head to https://www.beyondthedollar.co/47
Infertility and Finances with Andrea Woroch
Beyond The Dollar
This episode is brought to you by Fabric, a one-stop shop to organize your family's financial life. They have a few neat features: Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault a free and easy way to share financial information with each other. To find out more and get started by creating a free account for both Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault, head to https://www.meetfabric.com/ For resources mentioned in this episode, head to https://www.beyondthedollar.co/46
Giving Yourself Permission
Beyond The Dollar
It's just me, Sarah today chatting with you about what it really means to give yourself in your financial life and beyond. I share a candid view about what's going in my financial life and what happens when I didn't give myself permission. This episode is brought to you by Fabric, a one-stop shop to organize your family's financial life. They have a few neat features: Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault a free and easy way to share financial information with each other. To find out more and get started by creating a free account for both Fabric Wills and Fabric Vault, head to https://try.meetfabric.com/beyond For resources mentioned in this episode, head to https://www.beyondthedollar.co/45
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Episode Count
50
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
1 day, 6 hours