11 episodes

The real world doesn’t have to be so scary when Houston How To is there for you. Host Gwendolyn Wu explores living smarter in the Bayou City for the Houston Chronicle, diving into the questions people have about how to get around, do things right and life-hack their ways through Houston. From navigating the workplace to dealing with critters, healthcare to personal finance, we’ve got a how-to for it all.

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The real world doesn’t have to be so scary when Houston How To is there for you. Host Gwendolyn Wu explores living smarter in the Bayou City for the Houston Chronicle, diving into the questions people have about how to get around, do things right and life-hack their ways through Houston. From navigating the workplace to dealing with critters, healthcare to personal finance, we’ve got a how-to for it all.

    Closing on a Home

    Closing on a Home

    There are quite a few things that could hold up the closing process when buying your first home, but don't panic. Host Gwendolyn Wu talks to Eric Fontanot of Patten Title Company to discuss how the closing process works when buying a house.

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    • 10 min
    The 5G and Internet Primer

    The 5G and Internet Primer

    5G, Fiber and U-Verse, oh my. The Houston Chronicle's technology editor Dwight Silverman joins Gwendolyn to talk about getting the right internet and cell providers in your home.

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    • 17 min
    One Foot in Front of the Other

    One Foot in Front of the Other

    Want to know the secret to running a marathon? To quote Netflix's Bojack Horseman, "Every day it gets a little easier. But you gotta do it every day — that’s the hard part. But it does get easier." Houston Chronicle features reporter Julie Garcia joins host Gwendolyn Wu to talk about how to prepare for a big race and some of Houston's marathon stars.

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    • 16 min
    Getting SAD in the South

    Getting SAD in the South

    It's not just a northern latitude problem: seasonal affective disorder affects roughly 10 million people in the United States, including people here in Texas. Dr. Joyce Marter of the American Counseling Association joins Gwendolyn to talk about what it means to have SAD.

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    • 6 min
    How to Give Back to Your Brain

    How to Give Back to Your Brain

    Houstonians love to volunteer. But do you know what it is about volunteering that makes us feel so good? Dr. Nevine Sultan of the University of St. Thomas - Houston joins Gwendolyn to talk about the benefits of volunteering on the community, and on the brain.

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    • 13 min
    Answering the Money Question

    Answering the Money Question

    Starting the salary conversation is super scary. But if you’re on the job market or looking for a raise, there are ways to prepare to ask for your worth.  Dr. David Schein of the University of St. Thomas – Houston joins Gwendolyn to discuss how to answer the salary question.

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    • 7 min

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