Host Sarah Li-Cain wants to make money more approachable by having frank and honest conversations. Each episode, her and her guests candidly discuss a topic at the intersection of money and life. It becomes a space where wins, failures, happiness, shame and everything in between gets its turn. Come learn about how topics like financial independence, frugality, budgeting and other major life transitions and events affect your money.To learn more, go to http://www.beyondthedollar.co
Going Back to a Full-Time Job With Candice, Chonce, and Joshua
In this season finale, we’re going to dig deeper into the idea of what it means to go back to a job after taking a stab at entrepreneurship. How can someone accept the fact that they’ve “failed”, how does one deal with a bruised ego, and well, is it really the end of the world?
You see, these questions about your vocation, it’s more than about how you make money. It’s actually a larger question about your worth. About how ‘badass’ you are. You bucked the conventional trajectory, congrats! How cool are you that you get to dictate your own schedule, work from the beach and be your own boss!
And well, if you go back to a job, is it a message to the world that you suck? That you can’t make it or there’s something wrong with you. What will people say?
For references mentioned, head to http://beyondthedollar.co/110
Checking into a Mental Health Facility with Julianna Estall
Julianna Estall, a DCR, or designated crisis responder, comes on to talk about the time she checked herself into a mental facility, and how much it really cost her. We also discuss how she’s more empathetic towards others' financial situations when it comes to mental health, and why she does not regret the thousands of dollars she’s spent (and continues to speed to take care of her needs).
For resources mentioned, head to http://beyondthedollar.co/109
Communicating Your Financial Needs and Beyond
This week episode recaps last week's conversation with Maggie Germano on motherhood versus ambition. It'll to dive into the “conflict” that is parenthood and your career, why it’s more important than ever to communicate our needs, and why understanding that balance is a total myth will help you with your finances.
For resources mentioned, head to http://beyondthedollar.co/108
Ambition Versus Motherhood With Maggie Germano
Maggie Germano comes on the show to talk about the perceived conflict that is motherhood and ambition. She shares how she’s embrace the uncertainty as to comes to her income and business goals, emotions she’s facing, and what’s she’s not willing to give up as a mother.
For resources mentioned, head to http://beyondthedollar.co/107
Consequences of Financial Stress on Our Bodies
This week's episode recaps Sarah's conversation with Jen Smith (episode 105) where she shares the story of being laid off at 37 weeks pregnant, and her body going into a seizure as a result of the stress. This episode dives into how your body can react when you’re dealing with high stakes financial situations like Jen did. You'll also learn some simple and practical ways you can manage stress and what to do when an unexpected financial situation happens.
For resources mentioned, head to http://beyondthedollar.co/106
Losing a Job at 37 Weeks Pregnant With Jen Smith
Jen Smith comes on the show to talk about the time her and her colleagues experienced a massive layoff at her former job, a few weeks before she was to give birth. She shares her experience navigating healthcare insurance, how she grew her income with the help of her network, why her body reacted by going into a seizure, and what this experience taught her about her ambition and relationship to work
For resources mentioned, head to http://beyondthedollar.co/105
Great episode with Michelle Waymire
I'm not sure how I stumbled on this episode but I really enjoyed it. Clear advice, helpful tips... I have to listen back and take some notes on certain parts (particularly when she recommends apps etc). Highly recommend for anyone looking for initial investing advice
I’m a grateful listener. Keep the episodes coming!
Cash is king.
Love it. As someone who struggles to be independent and also be able to learn budgeting correctly from my own mistakes I wish I listen to this podcast before. Love it!!!!!