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Podcast by Millennial Matters Podcast

    Why women need to start investing & other money matters - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep8

    Why women need to start investing & other money matters - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep8

    It seems that for many of us we’ll happily talk about what we’ve bought. However where salaries, debts and investments are concerned, we just don’t discuss it enough.

    To help us navigate the often daunting subject of money, today we’re welcoming Ellie to the podcast. Ellie lives in London and started ThisGirlTalksMoney in 2019 to help millennial women to gain confidence and ownership of their finances. As well as sharing on her blog and Instagram, Ellie has also contributed to a number of publications, including as a contributing writer for Restless Magazine. If that wasn’t enough, she also helps companies to educate their employees on the importance of their financial health by hosting workshops and sitting on panels.

    Everything mentioned in the show:

    Ellie’s Instagram: www.instagram.com/thisgirltalksmoney
    Ellie’s Blog: www.thisgirltalksmoney.com
    Investment apps mentioned: Nutmeg, Moneybox (find via your app provider)
    Challenger banks mentioned: Monzo, Starling Bank, Revolut (find via your app provider)

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    • 55 min
    Our top lockdown recommendations for you to check out - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep7

    Our top lockdown recommendations for you to check out - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep7

    It wouldn't be a season of The Millennial Matters Podcast if we didn't share our favourite things right now. From bingeworthy Netflix TV series to inspirational podcasts, short films and thought provoking Instagram accounts, we've got some brilliant feelgood recommendations for you!

    Show info:

    The Baby-Sitters Club - Netflix https://www.netflix.com/title/81005407
    Make Me Famous - BBC Iplayer - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08fvdyp
    This is Love Podcast - https://thisislovepodcast.com/
    Janae Brown - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jnaydaily
    I May Destroy You - BBC Iplayer - https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jyxy
    About Race Podcast - https://www.aboutracepodcast.com/
    How to Fail - with Julia Samuel - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/s8-ep5-how-to-fail-julia-samuel/id1407451189?i=1000480900095
    The Umbrella Academy - https://www.netflix.com/title/80186863

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    • 34 min
    Lessons Learned in Lockdown ft Elsie Owen - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep6

    Lessons Learned in Lockdown ft Elsie Owen - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep6

    With lockdown easing in the UK this week, we take a look back at what our time in isolation has taught us. This episodes features our more serious realisations on subjects like self care and bowing to external pressure, as well as some more light hearted lessons!

    Joining us this week is Elsie Owen, who shares how, as a therapist used to helping others explore their own feelings, she has used this unique time to reflect on her own lockdown journey. She is full of useful and relatable insights and helps us to explore what our own experiences can tell us about life post lockdown too.

    About Elsie

    Elsie is a counsellor who loves working with people often in their twenties and thirties who feel like they don’t know who they are or what they want from their lives. She usually works with clients in-person from her therapy room in Newcastle upon Tyne, but has discovered a love for online therapy with people across the UK since lockdown.

    Elsie also runs an Instagram account and weekly newsletter sharing educational content and ideas that promote all things self-exploration, self-love and self-respect, which we can't recommend highly enough!

    Where To Find Out More
    Elsie Owen Counselling Services: www.elsieowen.com
    Elsie's brilliant Instagram account: www.instagram.com/seedsforself
    Sign up to Elsie's newsletter here: tinyurl.com/signup-theseed

    Quoted on the podcast

    "What If 2020 Isn't Cancelled?" A poem by Leslie Dwight, found here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CA_CXcBp7Rg/?hl=en

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    Website: www.themmpod.com

    • 38 min
    Are you having a quarter-life crisis? ft Chloe Garland - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep5

    Are you having a quarter-life crisis? ft Chloe Garland - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep5

    Growing up, we probably all had a rather stereotypical idea of what a mid-life crisis looked like, but no one prepared us for that same sort of feeling in our earlier years. A quarter-life crisis may not be immediately apparent and is brought about by a feeling of unease in all areas of life. Today we chat to Chloe, the founder of Quarter-Life to understand why so many young adults are feeling this way.

    Chloë is the founder of Quarter-Life, a career-coaching business that helps young adults experiencing ‘quarter-life crisis’ (a feeling of purposelessness in early adulthood) gain clarity over their lives and careers. Over the last few years she has worked individuals, universities, hospitals, schools and organisations which support disadvantaged young people to help hundreds of young adults prevent and navigate this crisis. Quarter-Life has been featured in Forbes, The Guardian, The Independent, The BBC and earlier in the year was selected to join the third co-hort of the Deutsche bank backed accelerator programme: ‘We In Social Tech’.

    Links for Chloe:

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/quarterlifecoaching/
    Website: https://www.quarter-life.co.uk/about-us/
    Her fantastic article on her website: https://www.quarter-life.co.uk/4-unmistakable-symptoms-of-the-quarter-life-crisis/
    Her comparison article on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-stop-comparing-your-career-others-chlo%C3%AB-garland?articleId=6625505415100792832#comments-6625505415100792832&trk=public_profile_article_view

    Millennial Matters

    Hello and welcome to Millennial Matters, a weekly podcast brought to you by Laura Chambers and Pippa Artus. Each episode we’ll tackle a new topic that’s got us talking. Everything from food and fashion, through to relationships and money - we’ll take a look into millennial life from all angles!

    Keep an eye out on Twitter for our latest updates, and email us on themmpod@gmail.com if you have any questions or concerns.
    Twitter: www.twitter.com/themmpod
    Instagram: www.instagram.com/millennialmatterspodcast
    Website: www.themmpod.com

    • 50 min
    It's Okay To Vent - Talking Male Mental Health with Freddie Cocker - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep4

    It's Okay To Vent - Talking Male Mental Health with Freddie Cocker - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep4

    We’ve discussed mental health on this podcast many times, but to be honest we feel like there’s been something missing from the conversation. Around 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem, but they are far less likely to seek medical support, or open up to friends, family or even their employers. In the UK, men are three times as likely to die by suicide than women, and the rate is rising amongst the under 25s.

    In todays episode we sit down with Freddie Cocker to discuss male mental health issues, his own experiences and how he’s using his platform to help others share their experiences and find support.

    Freddie Cocker is the founder and Editor in Chief of Vent.org.uk, a platform where everyone, but men and boys especially, can share their experiences about their mental health, find support in a safe environment and, in doing so, help them to lead a full and enjoyable life.

    Freddie also hosts the Just Checking In Podcast, where each week a new guest, be it a comedian, a footballer or a frontline worker, share their personal experiences relating to mental health. It’s a lovely listen, often full of relatable stories and lets you know that you’re not alone in what you may be feeling.

    This episode discusses bullying, suicidal thoughts, toxic masculinity and the stigmas associated with men's mental health issues. Freddie shares honest and open insight into these issues and advice on how to reach out and find help if you, or someone you know, is struggling.

    Where To Find Out More
    Vent: http://vent.org.uk/
    Just Checking In Podcast: available on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4yHFc6owexeYCO6r8X0aj4, Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud and all good listening apps.
    Freddie's Twitter: www.twitter.com\freddiec1994

    Where You Can Find Support - Mental Health Resources
    Mind: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/
    Andy's Man Club: https://www.facebook.com/andysmanclub/
    Samaritans: https://www.samaritans.org/

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    • 51 min
    Starting a business that aligns to your core values ft.The Hippie Haven - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep3

    Starting a business that aligns to your core values ft.The Hippie Haven - Millennial Matters: S6 Ep3

    In todays episode we’re excited to be heading across the pond (virtually of course!) to talk to Callee, the host of The Hippie Haven Podcast, as well as business owner of Bestowed Essentials, a vegan and eco friendly line of beauty and home products.

    We find out what it takes to grow a self employed business from scratch whilst staying true to your core values, and how Callee has adapted her business model in light of recent events.

    Callee speaks openly about her experiences as a young, female entrepreneur, from the struggles of imposter syndrome and male dominated networking events, to the joy of turning a passion project into a successful business that spreads a positive message and empowers women.

    We also have a chat about what it's like to live in America right now in the current political climate.

    This episode is full of Callee's great advice as well as a healthy dose of reality, so if you're thinking of starting your own business this is a must listen!

    WHERE TO FIND OUT MORE

    The Hippie Haven Podcast: https://hippiehavenpodcast.com/
    Bestowed Essentials (recommended for American listeners): https://hippiehavenshop.com/
    Callee's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ahippieinavan/

    Where to shop zero waste in the UK (recommended by Callee): www.plasticfreedom.co.uk

    CONTACT US

    Want to share your opinions after listening or let us know your suggestions for future topics? Here's how:
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    Email: themmpod@gmail.com
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    Website: www.themmpod.com

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Rightist he ,

Great kitchen radio

Enjoyable podcast

Freddie Cocker ,

Two fantastic hosts who tackle mental health with compassion

I was a guest on Laura and Pippa’s podcast and I had a great experience. They are both empathetic hosts and brilliant listeners who ask the right questions and don’t shy away from the more difficult ones. I was privileged to be one of their first male guests and I’m sure they are helping loads of women and men through this podcast!

CRBladen ,

So relevant and encouraging

I love Laura and Pippa, they are so down to earth and cover some really great topics which are so relevant to daily life, careers and relationships!

Highly recommended!

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