Club Sandwich is a personal finance podcast created specifically for the Sandwich Generation. Is college tuition looming? Is it time to take away Dad’s keys? Are you getting ready to co-parent? Us too. Let's talk. Hosted weekly by Jennifer Owens. Subscribe today!
On the Move Again — with Laura Rowley
Eight years ago, author and content executive Laura Rowley opted to move her family from the big city to the much more peaceful and diverse (and less expensive and stressful) Midwest to raise her family. Now with her three daughters semi-launched into their own lives, she is writing her next chapter with two new homes — in Houston and New York City — even as she continues to build on the retirement savings she started at age 21.
Finding and Paying for Childcare — with Kristy Cunningham
How has childcare — and childcare costs — changed from pre-pandemic days? Kristy Cunningham, chief marketing officer for Bright Horizons, the leading global education and care company offering child care, family support solutions and workforce education, has some answers. In this episode, Kristy shares the latest trends in what parents want — and need — from their childcare providers and what parents should look for as they return to in-office work.
Finding the Joy of Budgeting — with Jesse Mecham
As a father of seven, founder of YouNeedaBudget.com, author and recovering CPA, Jesse Mecham may be the only person who can authentically claim to find joy in budgeting. Jesse joins the Club to share his four rules for gaining control of your money — and how to prioritize where it goes in the first place.
Empty Nesting as an Adult Child — with Leighann Lord
For more than five years, comic, author and actress Leighann Lord served as her parents’ caregiver, dealing with medical appointments, paperwork, bills as well as their two-family home. In this episode, Leighann shares the ups and downs of going from “we” to “me” with her parents’ passing as well as the impact the experience has had on her life and her comedy.
Growing Our Financial Awareness — with Amanda Clayman
As a clinician who focuses on helping clients with money issues, Amanda Clayman has a message we all need to hear: There’s no such thing as being “bad with money.” For National Financial Awareness Week, Amanda shares the steps we need to take to better understand our financial behaviors, remove obstacles and reach our goals.
Sorting Through 240 Years of Family — with Victoria Rowan
Communications consultant Victoria Rowan never meant to own five houses, but when her father died and her mother developed dementia, she and her brothers had to work together to sort through their parents finances, belongings and property together, not to mention her own place and that of her partner.
Love the personal, unique stories that are shared here.
Love, love, love
Great podcast. Love the stories and the fascinating guests.