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23 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
We're Not Big on Boogers - LLP038
Kate and Chris talk about life in quarantine. Topics we discussed: Replacing Papergoods Frugal Living TikTok Cooking - Follow Chris - @cjnesi Thanks to everyone who also tuned in and watched some of this recording on Chris' Instagram!
37 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
Fitness, Community and Entrepreneurship with Emmy Simpkins - LLP0037
On this episode, I'm learning from Emmy Simpkins. Emmy is Co-Owner and a Level 3 Crossfit Trainer at Crossfit Speakeasy in Belmar, New Jersey. Emmy is a Competitive Crossfit Athlete and was a former Division 1 Soccer Player at Rutgers University from 2008-2013. Emmy is an amazing coach, trainer, and friend who motivates everyone she meets to be their best. You'll find some great resources from Emmy to help you dig deep after hearing her story!
7 minutes | Sep 15, 2019
Aquafaba Update - LLP036
I can’t believe it’s been two years since I’ve talked about Aquafaba! In that time it has become mainstream and is even popping up in products all throughout the grocery store. Listen for a quick recap of how we've changed how we use Aquafaba in the last few years and the best uses we've found for it!
47 minutes | Aug 26, 2019
I Joined CrossFit and So Did Chris! - LLP035
I've been doing Crossfit since May 2019 and Chris joined in August 2019. We chat about our experiences. We go over some of the basics of Crossfit and what we've learned, as well as explaining some common misconceptions and our experience in joining our new CrossFit community.
7 minutes | Feb 28, 2019
Learning to Podcast - LLP034
After podcasting for over 33 episodes straight, I learned quite a bit about podcasting that I had never imagined learning within that time and took a little time to reflect on my experience. Here's a little more about what I've learned and what you can expect coming soon!
4 minutes | Nov 18, 2018
Mobile Podcasting - LLP033
We’re testing out the possibility of podcasting via the iPhone and FTP releases. I haven’t learned much about this yet, but this is a quick experiment to see how it goes! Send us feedback on your experience as the listener: firstname.lastname@example.org or @mrnesi on Twitter :)
45 minutes | Nov 4, 2018
Financial Freedom Is Groovy with Mr. Groovy - LLP032
Mr. Groovy is a recovering financial moron who got sick of the high cost of living on Long Island and relocated to Charlotte in 2006. There, he got his financial act together and discovered the FIRE community. In 2016, he retired and began leading a very groovy life. Mr. Groovy currently blogs with his wife, Mrs. Groovy, over at freedomisgroovy.com. Connect with Mr. Groovy: http://freedomisgroovy.com/ https://www.etsy.com/shop/freedomisgroovyshop Purchase the book: The Groovy Guide to Financial Independence: How to Escape the Tyranny of Mandatory Toil in Fourteen Years or Less
30 minutes | Oct 22, 2018
Enjoy Life! Our Trip to the Gluten Free Expo - LLP031
Chris and I took a trip to the Gluten Free & Allergy Friendly Expo in Secaucus, NJ a weekend ago and for a whopping $12 per person (we signed up early) we had 4 hours of sampling delicious gluten-free goodies that mostly did not contain egg otherwise. Listen to our on the spot podcast from the event, and take a look below at all the images we snapped along the way. Ronzoni had a cute photo booth. I didn't realize after we took a photo we both got a full box of gluten-free pasta to take home. Whoop! Here's a list of all of the companies at the expo. There were A LOT to choose from and try out. Some local restaurants, as well as large companies and small bakeries. Halfway through we had started limiting our tastings because we were getting full. Most of the sponsors provided either a snack or coupons in our bags. Every vendor provided lots of coupons which was great to remember which I liked and what I'd like to try again or see what's in the store. We managed to finagle a day without the kids, but there were a ton of kiddos around the expo and they had various places set up for them to play in. Even race cars that Chris stopped to do as well for the kids. After two hours of making our way through the entire expo, we took a seat and recorded our thoughts. Mr. Podcast Man himself. The House of #Edtech guy. We used a portable recording device he purchased last year which has come in handy on several occasions. I like recording my individual episodes on it so I can sit anywhere in the house, or outdoors and share my learning. While I am heading in a no to low grain dive in my life, I still love my friend Bob from Bob's Red Mill. He's been a lifesaver when it comes to having to eat gluten-free. We noticed they have an egg replacer to try, so that may make its way into our pantry at some point if I ever run out of aquafaba. Notice my Wasa pasta lapel pin I've come to love... it's gluten free ;) Right before we left, I saw a long line for a Brooklyn Bakery and thought, let me see, let me see... this was the most delicious bread I've tasted in a long time! You keep it frozen and then toast it when you're in the mood for a slice. Perfect! Gluten-free bread can sometimes go stale far faster than glutenous bread, so this method makes it stay for quite a time. Plus, while most of their items used eggs, this one did not, so I quickly bought 2 loaves to stock away for when I needed a sandwich. Delicious and egg-free, too! Best bread I've found from a semi-local gluten-free bakery. Scharr tops my list as well as my own homemade bread or using Bob's kit for bread, too. The expo was really nice. You can listen more to what I learned while there and if we ever plan to return in the future. Check out the episode!
43 minutes | Oct 8, 2018
Side Hustle Success with Sandy Smith - LLP030
Way back when the dinosaurs roamed at the end of 2008, Sandy Smith started paying a little bit more attention to her debt. As the year faded into 2009, the idea to build a website to keep herself accountable for eliminating debt burst into her mind. Ever since Sandy has been helping others get out of debt and is an amazing resource for finding your next side hustle. She inspired me to shift back in April from my second job to a side hustle that has been more lucrative and enjoyable the past few months. Enjoy the episode! Links from the episode: Yes I am Cheap Facebook Twitter
41 minutes | Sep 24, 2018
What's it like to be on F.I.R.E.? with Mr. 1500 Days - LLP029
Download Episode! Carl, of Mr. 1500 Days, has always had savings as a top priority since his very first job and luckily he found a wife who shared those same beliefs. In addition, as they saved they flipped houses and are now comfortably financially independent or what some may consider early retirement. Learn more about how and why Carl started Mr. 1500 Days and where he’s headed now a bit into his retirement! Links from the Show: Mad Fientist Planet Money This American Life Masters in Business Tim Ferris Animal Spirits Simple Path to Wealth Poor Charlie's Almanac Connect with Carl: Mr. 1500 Days Twitter Facebook
43 minutes | Sep 10, 2018
Shannon McLay: Work Your Financial Muscles at the Financial Gym - LLP028
Download Episode! Shannon McLay started the Financial Gym back in 2013 where she focused on helping those in their 20’s and 30’s manage their money. Over time, she has blogged on Financially Blonde, as well as started the Martinis and Your Money Podcast. We discuss: Shannon's background in personal finance Why Shannon started the Financial Gym How the Financial Gym works and how to join The future of the Financial Gym Links from the show: Financial Gym Oprah Super Soul Conversations Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill Connect with Mabel: @thefinancialgym on Instagram @FinancialGym on Twitter @theshannonmclay on Twitter @theshannonmclay on Instagram Connect with Shannon McClay on LinkedIn
31 minutes | Aug 27, 2018
Mabel Nunez, MBA: Stock Market Investing with Girls on the Money - LLP027
On this episode, I'm learning from Mabel Nunez, the CEO, and Founder of Girls on the Money. Girls on the Money is a stock market investing education company for women! We talk about how Mabel started out knowing nothing about stock investing and went on to complete an MBA and her path forward into helping other women get involved in the stock market. Links from the show: One Up On Wall Street - Peter Lynch Stock Market Investing Mini-Lessons For Beginners: A starter guide for beginner investors - Mabel A Nuñez The Little Book of Common Sense Investing - John C. Boogle Motley Fool Podcasts Connect with Mabel: Instagram @GirlsontheMoney Facebook.com/groups/GirlsontheMoney Facebook.com/GirlsontheMoney Email: GirlsontheMoney@gmail.com
42 minutes | Aug 13, 2018
Diane Harris: Former Editor-in-Chief of Money Magazine on Money and Marriage - LLP026
Download Episode! On this episode, we can learn a lot about money, marriage, and raising financially responsible children from Mrs. Diane Harris! Diane is an award-winning personal finance journalist and financial wellness expert. She believes managing your money wisely is critical to your health and well-being and to living the life you aspire to. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief of Time Inc.’s Money Magazine, the first woman to hold the top spot, and one of the founding editors of its website, Money.com. Currently, she is the Editorial Director of Considerable.com, a new financial and lifestyle brand for people in their 50s and 60s that will launch officially in September, but you can check it out now. Book Recommendations: How to Make Your Money Last by Jane Bryant Quinn Make the Most of Your Money Now by Jane Bryant Quinn Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People by Jane Bryant Quinn The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn't Have to Be Complicated by Helaine Olen and Harold Pollack How to Be a Financial Grownup: Proven Advice from High Achievers on How to Live Your Dreams and Have Financial Freedom by Bobbi Rebell Broke Millennial by Erin Lowry Podcast Recommendations: Planet Money NYTimes The Daily So Money Financial Grownup Stacking Benjamins How to Connect with Diane: Considerable.com Twitter @DianeHarris Twitter @ConsiderableHQ LinkedIn
30 minutes | Jul 29, 2018
F*** Off Funds and the Writer's Life with Paulette Perhach - LLP025
Download Episode! On this episode of the Lifelong Learning Podcast I chat with Paulette Perhach of the viral F*** Off Fund essay, and author of The Writer's Life. We discuss who should consider having an F*** Off Fund, why one should consider building up such a fund, and how you can get started building your own. We also talk about her writing, as well as her upcoming book and new podcast. Links from the show: Can We Talk About Money F*** Off Fund Paulette Perhach Lynda.com Welcome to the Writer's Life: How to Design Your Writing Craft, Writing Business, Writing Practice, and Reading Practice Connect with Paulette: Twitter @pauletteperhach Instagram @paulettejperhach Facebook Paulette Is A Writer
37 minutes | Jul 16, 2018
Student Loan Counseling and Bankruptcy with Natalie Jean-Baptiste - LLP024
Natalie wanted to be an attorney just like Claire Huxtable when she grew up. After getting her Bachelor’s in Communications, she enrolled in law school believing that taking out loans to pay for school is “good debt.” Later she learned, there’s no such thing! Natalie ended up filing a Chapter 7 Petition under the bankruptcy code and learned a wealth of information related about student loans on her journey. I learned a wealth of information from Natalie! Listen to the episode to find out more about how you might want to tackle your student loans in bankruptcy court. Or if you're interested in the types of bankruptcy options available and how they might work to help you get back on track! Links from the show: My Student Loan Counselor - Natalie Jean-Baptiste, P.C. National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Books Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey Money: A Love Story by Kate Northrup Personal Bankruptcy Laws for Dummies Podcasts Dave Ramsey Know Debt No Problem by Mary Wheeler Follow @mystudentloancounselor on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. If you enjoy the Lifelong Learning Podcast you can do 2 things to help the podcast grow & reach more people: #1 - Tell someone else about the show! Word of mouth is the best way to share podcasts you enjoy! #2 - Leave a rating and review wherever you listen to the show.
31 minutes | Jul 1, 2018
The Penny Hoarder and Pop Fashion Podcast with Lisa Rowan - LLP023
Download Episode! On this episode, I get to know Lisa Rowan of The Penny Hoarder and the Pop Fashion Podcast. We discuss how she finds information to learn more about the retail and grocery industries on The Penny Hoarder, and also how she gathers information for the fun podcast she co-hosts, Pop Fashion. Links from the show: The Penny Hoarder Pop Fashion Podcast Target's Flushable Wipes The Ever Important Emergency Fund Racked.com Care + Wear Connect with Lisa: Twitter @lisatella IG @popfashionpodcast Twitter @justpopfashion
49 minutes | Jun 17, 2018
Dear Debt with Melanie Lockert - LLP022
On this episode, I talk with Melanie Lockert of the website Dear Debt and one of the founders of the Lola Retreat I had the pleasure to attend in April. Melanie shares her story of being in debt, how she managed to get out of debt, where her blog came into helping her stay motivated, and how the Lola Retreat came to be. Links from the show: Dear Debt Lola Retreat 20 Things About Melanie Buy Melanie's Book: Dear Debt: A Story About Breaking Up With Debt Connect with Melanie: Twitter @DearDebtBlog Twitter @LolaRetreat Instagram @DearDebt Instagram @LolaRetreat
44 minutes | Jun 2, 2018
Go ahead, Get Money! with Kristin Wong - LLP021
On this episode, I talk to Kristin Wong of Get Money! Kristin Wong is a freelance writer who regularly contributes to the New York Times, The Cut, and Lifehacker. She started out writing for one of my favorite blogs, Get Rich Slowly. We discuss how Kristin started out writing about personal finance and how she's come to write a resourceful book for everyone to learn to take back control of their finances. Our chat includes a few chapters of her book, Get Money, and also a fun discussion about a few of the articles she's written about worrying and cursing! Links from the show: How to Be Better at Worrying (The Cut) Kristin Wong Calm.com FREE for Schools Further Reading: Get Money: Live the Life You Want, Not Just the Life You Can Afford Social Media: Follow Kristin on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
43 minutes | May 20, 2018
Keep Thrifty with Jaime and Chris Durheim - LLP020
On this episode, I talk with Jaime and Chris Durheim of Keep Thrifty! We discuss how Jaime's love for a more minimalist lifestyle helped them to achieve a mini-retirement for Chris and what their plans are in the coming years. You'll learn the story behind the Little White Shack they have planned as well as how they came to focus on major shared dreams. Links from the show: Keep Thrifty Keep Thrifty App Jamie DeClutters Our Freedom Story Further Reading: The Seven Levels of Intimacy by Matthew Kelly My Year With Eleanor by Noelle Hancock Social Media: Keep Thrifty on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest
20 minutes | May 6, 2018
Fear and Fermentation: How to Ferment with Different Types of Yeast - LLP019
On this episode of The Lifelong Learning Podcast, I share some of my latest fears doing the show and all about fermenting various types of yeast. Whether you're looking to make a fresh homemade pizza, a loaf of bread, or working with SCOBYs like Kombucha and Kefir you'll want to hear some of the great tips for keeping the yeast happy on this episode! In addition, I share my experiences getting into fermentation with champagne yeast when making hard ciders. If you have experience with different types of yeast, I'd love to hear your thoughts or what you've experienced. Please leave a comment on the show notes page or send me an email at kate @ katenesi.com Links from the episode: Seed Mat Warmers Gallon Jugs Airlocks Kefir Grains Champagne Yeast Active Dry Yeast
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