show episodes
 
The Inspired Budget Podcast helps women live their best life and reach their money goals. Join me here for inspiring conversations to help you learn more about budgeting, saving money, paying off debt, and investing for your future. You’ll be hearing not only from me, but others along the way that have a story and voice to share.
 
Profiles in Franceformation is the podcast where we hear from inspiring people who have pursued their dream of moving to France. We learn about why they moved, how they overcame the challenges they faced, and what they love - and hate - about living in France. I hope that hearing their stories can help you to pursue your dreams and maybe, your very own Franceformation.
 
Tierney Finster talks to her favorite experts about their fascinations, talents, passions and problems. Listen for generous interviews with artists, estheticians, screenwriters, healers, money coaches, curators, political candidates, beauty entrepreneurs, filmmakers and more. Tierney Talks is a smart, hot and fun lifestyle podcast recorded in Los Angeles. Well-informed + silly + compassionate.
 
What are some of the biggest left turns from prominent artists over the past sixty years? Why did they make these records? Are there some misunderstood gems to appreciate? Hosted by Andy Cush, Sam Sodomsky and Winston Cook-Wilson, this show will chronicle late era records from prominent artists, breaking down the historical context of each album, diving into individual tracks, and exploring the larger impact of each record on the artist's legacy. Presented by Osiris Media. See acast.com/priv ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
In 1999 filmmaker Baz Luhrmann released the song “Everybody’s Free To Wear Sunscreen,” a 7-minute-long graduation speech set to downtempo electronic music. It was a highly unlikely hit that made its way across continents and eventually into the ears of a young Avery Trufelman via the album NOW That’s What I Call Music Volume 2. For over 20 years, T…
 
Next month marks three years since we moved into our current home. This is actually the third house we've purchased. That's crazy to me! Throughout each of our home-buying journeys -- through buying, moving in, and getting settled, we have experienced SO many hidden costs that come along with home buying. So much so that I WISH someone would have w…
 
Puberty happens to every body – and boys need to know how puberty affects bodies and brains. You-ology: A Puberty Guide for EVERY Body, by Dr. Trish Hutchison, Dr. Kathryn Lowe, & Dr. Melissa Homes, addresses puberty in a holistic, inclusive manner. That’s important because “all kids need this information,” Dr. Hutchison says. “All kids need to kno…
 
The world stops with a Beyoncé drop. On Monday, June 20th, our prayers were answered with “Break My Soul,” the lead single off of her upcoming album, Renaissance. The song draws from several places of inspiration: lyrically, it’s a cathartic dance-floor ode to liberation, soundtracking the current cultural moment that some have called the “Great Re…
 
If you've ever googled "How to start a side hustle" or "How to make money online," you're going to want to listen to this episode. It's no secret that people have been leaving their corporate 9-5 jobs in droves since 2020. Though this initial migration may have been due to the pandemic, it's clear that a lot of people value the flexibility and inde…
 
“Boy mom” Claire Zulkey is the only female in her family. (Yes, the family dogs are male too.) She’s also a self-described “evil witch” & creator of Evil Witches newsletter, a fantastic community and newsletter for people who happen to be mothers and know that you can love and loathe your kids at the same time. Claire’s son are now 7 and nearly 10,…
 
Robert Glasper is the only artist to have an album debut in the top 10 of 4 different Billboard charts. He's a musical polymath whose resume ranges from Kendrick Lamar to Herbie Hancock. At the piano, he serves up jazz licks worthy of Mary Lou Williams before segueing into a Nirvana cover. Glasper brings his diverse skill set to bear on his latest …
 
We recently deconstructed how Kate Bush’s 1985 song “Running Up That Hill” has found itself at the center of culture due to a placement in the Netflix, eighties, horror, sci-fi show, Stranger Things. For that episode we excerpted an interview with the composers of the show who shared great insights on how they created the iconic theme song and spoo…
 
Credit scores. A little 3-digit number can be the difference between living in that dream apartment or only getting accepted to a low-light basement suite rental. My husband and I refinanced our home last year and our credit scores played a huge factor in us being able to refinance from a 30 year mortgage to a 15 year mortgage AND getting a lower i…
 
Father’s Day here in America was first celebrated on June 19, 1910. It wasn’t declared an official holiday until 1972—58 years AFTER Mother’s Day was made official. Dads have long been assumed to be secondary parents, at best. But popular and persistent stereotypes of fatherhood — though perhaps grounded in some truth — don’t accurately depict many…
 
Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill” enters the latest season of Stranger Things during a brooding high-school hallway scene right out of the John Hughes playbook, and it has since bounded up the charts, hitting No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and performing better now than when it peaked at No. 30 upon release. Stranger Things, whose latest season ha…
 
Hi! Michelle Badillo is back. Watch her as Winnie, the sardonic astrologist in the latest season of "Search Party," streaming now on HBO Max. Michelle has also written for beloved shows including "One Day at a Time," "The Bold Time," "The Great North" and more. Watch her new project, "A League of Their Own," this August. We talk about our relations…
 
Are you putting off learning how to invest? I get it, investing can feel super overwhelming and complicated. On top of that, you might be completely zeroed in on paying off debt and you're wondering if you should even be investing if you're not debt free... To help answer all these questions in a simple way that will allow YOU to start building wea…
 
Michael Ian Black shares some important and (mostly serious) thoughts about how to be a better man with his son — and all of us — in his book, A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son. The question of raising good men seems all too significant as the United States (again) wrestles with the fact that nearly all mass shooters are male. But t…
 
On TikTok, pop stars — Halsey, FKA Twigs, and Florence Welch among them — have been complaining a lot lately about their labels forcing them to make TikToks. As people spent the early part of the pandemic staring at their phones instead of flocking to concerts, the short-form-video social-media platform upended music discovery. In many cases, it ga…
 
Are you constantly falling into a cycle of shame and frustration because you're overspending? You might even be sticking to your budget and following through with your financial goals all week long. Then the weekend hits and it's a completely different story! Come Monday morning, you're feeling guilty about overspending in areas of your budget that…
 
Britt Hawthorne, a mom of 2 boys and author Raising Antiracist Children: A Practical Parenting Guide, says that raising antiracist kids requires teaching them to identify unfairness. It includes incorporating an anti-bias lens when doing, well, almost anything. Britt’s oldest son was about 12 years old when his homework required him to imagine he w…
 
Welcome to this special episode in our miniseries on How-to Franceform, specializing in retirement, Allison Grant Lounes identifies the main things you have to think about if you’re planning to retire in France, from your visa type, to the yearly renewal, to topics like how health insurance and taxes work when you have a Long Stay Visitor Visa for …
 
If you've heard Latto's swaggering track "Big Energy"—and after 30 weeks on the Hot 100, you probably have—you may have heard a resemblance to Mariah Carey's 1995 hit "Fantasy." That's because both songs borrow a groove from the 1981 hit "Genius of Love," a genre-defying smash made by Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth. "Genius of Love" was made when F…
 
Has anybody else been binge-watching "Get Organized with The Home Edit" on Netflix? Between that and my new kitchen renovation, I've been in an organization frenzy. So it only felt fitting to have Christina Hidek on the podcast today, an attorney turned professional organizer who is passionate about structure, organization and creating custom syste…
 
Sleep is as important to our teens as our toddlers. But ensuring a teenage boy gets the sleep he needs is even more difficult than convincing a toddler to nap that day after you move him from the crib to a toddler bed. Teen boys are even more strong-willed than toddlers — and most are bigger and stronger than us too. Add in school schedules that ar…
 
Welcome to Profiles in Franceformation, I’m your host, Allison Grant Lounes. In this second episode of How-to Franceform, we continue to discuss working remotely in France, but more specifically how to be self employed in France. In this episode, we’re going to cover 4 self-employment visa types: Profession libérale Commerçant Profession artistique…
 
It’s been five years since Kendrick Lamar released his Pulitzer winning album DAMN. Having established himself as a modern rap virtuoso whose songs have become anthems fueling social movements, expectations run high for his latest release. So when he dropped his new album Mr Morale and the Big Steppers, people tuned in - it is the biggest album dro…
 
Jamie Pearson is the President and CEO of BHANG inc, a world leader in cannabis confectionery. Jamie joins Chef Jordan to discuss 'roots and suits', speaking at the United Nations and the possibility of working with the Taliban. An incredibly impressive human and one of the most influential people in cannabis. Thank you for joining us Jamie!…
 
Do you find that it's harder to stay on track with your budget and keep your spending in check during the summer months? You might even be going into the season with a good hold on your finances, a budget that's been working for you, and a money routine that helps you stay on track. But by the end of the summer, all the vacations, summer outings, n…
 
Dads need to help boys understand and shape masculinity. In years past, fathers were often “there, but not there,” according to Craig Wilkinson, a dad of two and founder of Father a Nation, a South African nonprofit that addresses gender-based violence, crime and fatherlessness by restoring and equipping men to be nation-builders, fathers and role …
 
On all of his projects — Grammy-winning albums, playing keys with Maroon 5, fronting a full string section in his NPR Tiny Desk Concert — PJ Morton evinces his mastery at updating classic soul and R&B with modern sounds. His latest full-length release, Watch the Sun, sees him joined by some of his own sources of inspiration, Stevie Wonder and Nas. …
 
With the rise of “digital nomads” over the past ten years, the creation of fully-remote jobs requiring only a computer and an internet connection, and the pandemic accelerating the ability to work from home even indefinitely, many people have taken advantage and have been empowered to work from anywhere, including from other countries. While it may…
 
My guest today paid off over $215,000 in student loans and credit card debt in just 48 months! Cindy Zuniga-Sanchez is a daughter of two immigrants, a lawyer turned entrepreneur, and the founder of Zero-Based Budget Coaching, LLC. After graduating law school in 2015, Cindy found herself in six figures worth of debt. Instead of giving into the tempt…
 
Gender bias affects boys’ experience in schools. It’s most often unconscious and unintentional bias but it affects how our boys see themselves and how they feel about school and learning. And until we admit that fact and grapple with the gender equation in schools, things aren’t going to get much better. Educator Jason Ablin learned that lesson the…
 
Greece, Spain, UK, Sweden, Italy and Ukraine are the frontrunners in the 2022 Eurovision competition. Switched On Pop analyzes the top six songs as well as some of the more oddball picks. Songs Discussed Amanda Tenfjord - Die Together Chanel - SloMo Britney Spears - Work Bitch Sam Ryder - SPACE MAN Elton John - Rocket Man Cornelia Jakobs - Hold Me …
 
Happy ONE YEAR anniversary to the Inspired Budget Podcast! To celebrate, I'm not only sharing the three most important lessons that I've personally learned from paying off debt, but I'm also interviewing Cheryl, an amazing Inner Circle member who is in the middle of her debt free journey! Through this conversation, my goal is to inspire you to take…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login