Serina Bird, author of The Joyful Frugalista, chats with friends, family, and the famous about frugality, saving, investing, wellbeing and living sustainability.
64: Latestarterfire talks about why it‘s never too late to start investing
On this podcast, Serina welcomes back @latestarterfire to talk about why late starters to financial independence often have more of an advantage than they think.
63: money savvy mamma talks about being frugal with kids
The media often likes to run scare campaigns about the cost of children. Can you be a frugalista and be a parent? Yes, you can. I had a great chat with Mel from money savvy mamma about frugal living, family and investing.
62: Dr Jodie Lowinger talks about anxiety - and how to overcome it
Are you feeling a bit anxious in this pandemic? I know I am - and I've got the perfect guest to discuss how to get to feeling better In this podcast, I chat with Dr Jodie Lowinger, who is a world-leading expert in anxiety, mindset and resilience. She is an award-winning clinical psychologist, high-performance and mindset coach to CEOs, and has worked and trained at Harvard Medical School. She is the bestselling author of The Mind Strength Method: Four Steps to Curb Anxiety, Conquer Worry and Build Resilience.
Note: this podcast was recorded before my household went into lockdown.
61: KonMari consultant Sally Flowers talks about the need for sustainable fashion
Founder of Home Sanctuary, Sally Flower, is Australia's first KonMarie Method trained organiser. She previously worked in corporate finance - including in New York - before making a change to embrace sustainable fashion, sustainability and minimalism. On this podcast, Sally chats with Serina about investing, the sharing economy and the link between FIRE and minimalism.
60: Danielle Ecuyer talks about how and why to invest in the US market
Ever thought about investing in the US, especially in those big tech giants, but wondered how? In this podcast, Serina chats with share trading guru Danielle Ecuyer about her new book Shareplicity 2: a guide to investing in US stock markets.
59. Amy Bett shares how she survived and thrived after financial setback
Amy Bett and her family experienced a financial setback after her husband sustained a head injury at work. She pivoted to starting a business, but then that didn't work out as expected either. In this podcast, Amy talks candidly about the resilience she showed when times got tough, and how she got her finances back on track.