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Ep103 Q&A: Eating Healthy on a Budget, How To Know If You Chose the Right Editing Path, and Balancing Your Career with Your Personal Life

Released Thursday, 15th December 2016
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Let's face it: Working in intensely competitive and exhausting creative jobs is hard. Just getting by is often all that's possible, so the mere thought of trying to eat healthy while on a budget, follow the proper career path when all you need right now is a paycheck, and (God forbid) have a personal life outside of your job is downright terrifying.
In the latest installment of the Q&A podcast series Natalie Boschan and I tackle these subjects and more.
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Topics of Conversation:
  • Optimizing your nutrition on a budget
  • Learning to batch-prep your food
  • Zack's tips for new editors navigating the industry
  • Natalie and Zack's approach to food prepping
  • Organizing your grocery list with prices by location
  • How to redirect your career path toward your goals
  • Natalie's early experiences with the post-production industry
  • Setting boundaries for using technology at home
  • Balancing your personal life with a film industry job
  • Zack's experience traversing the strange world of online dating
  • Being honest with the people in your life about your time commitments
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Show Credits:
This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, the show notes were prepared by Jakin Rintelman, and this show is executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of theTHAT STUDIO podcast network.
The music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Dorian Cheah from his brilliant album ARA.