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Can We Talk About Money?

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Paulette meets with Gaby, Ryan, Christine, and Sara to panic about Coronavirus before they officially socially isolate. References to: Jenny Offill's novel, Weather Ijeoma Oluo Elliott Bay Books Gary Vaynerchuck Wudan's podcast: The Write
My fancy-ish friend Vik and I sit down to talk about the financial life of Los Angeles and lifestyle creep before we head out to stock up for our shared birthday party. If you like the show, please rate it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Follow me on the socials for
We enjoy an ALL LADIES monthly money dinner with Gaby, Sara, and Christine. Gaby the poets laughs at the mere mention of the term "net worth." We come up with Monthly Money Dinner Challenges. And we talk about the cost of egg freezing.
Clint Proctor went from $0 to billing $8,000 a month freelance writing. How did he do it? Find Clint at walletwiseguy.com/ If you like the show, please rate it and share! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Follow me on the socials for writing & personal finance: Twitter
Money friends Christine, Katie, Amir and I tape an episode of the monthly money dinner on the rooftop deck, where I discovered both that the sounds of the city (airplanes, sirens) are not conducive to podcast recording, and that if I put the re
My freelance coaching student Bria Sullivan talks about how she saved up to talk a year off to write. Check out more of her story at www.TheTypeABohemian.com. If you like the show, please rate it! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Follow me on the socials for writing &
Emma Pattee and I talk about why she quit writing, and how she might get started again.
My friends Joyce, Christine, Ryan and I meet for a monthly money dinner to contemplate questions such as: 1. What kinds of things has Nicholas Cage wasted money on? 2. Are we spending too much on subscriptions? 3. How much should you spend on a
My friends come over for the first Monthly Money Check-in Dinner, and together we face our numbers over chicken.
Ignoring all advice from Amanda Abella, I can't seem to actually sell my course. As in, suggest people buy it. I talk to my first coaching client, writer Jane D. French, about why.
I met Amanda Abella at the Statement event, a women's networking retreat in New York. She was the most sales-forward person I've ever met, (that laugh!), and she makes great money. So I knew I needed her help.
Amir and I went to FinCon for the first time as a developer and a writer. Meeting the people behind the nation's financial education changed my whole outlook of Fuck Off Funds and my career.
Arriving in Anchorage before my family to meet up for our cruise to Alaska, I somehow manage to spend almost half my budget in a day. So I sit down with my mom, sister, and nephew to make a plan. Warning, the laughing gets real loud.
Sylvia and I wrap up my frugal eating money with some wins and some not-so-win-ish situations.
How much do you have to get overcharged before you'll say something about the error? I might not have said anything about 30 cents, but it's my frugal month...
Sylvia Hall, a 37-year-old who could afford to retire early, offers to show me her frugal eating ways at the WinCo, where I'll attempt to eat for $65 a month like her. (This is the day my recorder died. Sorry, you can hear some of its death rat
Sylvia Hall, a 37-year-old who could afford to retire early, offers to show me her frugal eating ways. But first, I take her to my favorite food co-op to say good-bye...
Pam Mandel, travel writer, posts on Twitter, "it's a really gorgeous day. who wants to meet at alki for a break this afternoon?" Three hours later...
Emma tells me the jaw-dropping story of how a childhood of financial insecurity made her feel like she had to quit writing.
Kristin Wong, author of Get Money, talks to me about getting more of it.
Cait Flanders, author of The Year of Less, visits my tiny place and we ask each other all the questions about money, buying, and insurance.
At the HI Downtown Hostel in San Francisco, I meet Jess, a dancer from Australia who's saved to travel for three months through America to audition.
Gaby Dunn, host of the Bad With Money, and I talk about the vice we share. Plus networking, the apocalypse, and more!
I make Ryan spaghetti at my house and we talk about life and money during a ridiculous 2 hours, some of which you may choose to listen to.
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