5 episodes

What Living Means is a podcast that shares inspiring personal stories and helpful advice to the wonderful members of Yes Communities. We’ll take a journey across America for an up-close look at manufactured housing communities and why they are so important to the more than 17 million Americans who live in them.

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    • Self-Improvement
    • 5.0 • 18 Ratings

What Living Means is a podcast that shares inspiring personal stories and helpful advice to the wonderful members of Yes Communities. We’ll take a journey across America for an up-close look at manufactured housing communities and why they are so important to the more than 17 million Americans who live in them.

    Living Affordably

    Living Affordably

    We speak to two industry professionals about how manufactured housing may relieve the financial stresses of high rents and long-term mortgages.

    • 22 min
    How to Create Harmony at Home

    How to Create Harmony at Home

    Do you have trouble staying organized at home? With more days of remote work and virtual school ahead, our guests Kari and Katie of The Home Sanctuary share some helpful organization tips that will boost productivity and curb cabin fever.

    • 28 min
    Let's Rock

    Let's Rock

    Our guest Andy Lane is a gifted songwriter and licensed professional counselor. He gives us some helpful tips on how to stay engaged with our creative side and avoid writer's block.

    • 21 min
    Get Out and Play!

    Get Out and Play!

    Maintaining an active lifestyle is important for one’s health and well-being. Jon Solomon, Editorial Director of the Aspen Institute’s Project Play, Juan Vega, Youth Program Manager for the Houston Dynamo, and Houston Dynamo legend Ricardo Clark join us to help navigate the long journey from little league to the big time stage of professional sports.

    • 26 min
    Path Project: After School Special

    Path Project: After School Special

    What Living Means takes a trip to the Atlanta area to visit Path Project, an after-school program housed in the Valley Brook manufactured home community that helps younger residents achieve high school graduation. Founder Jim Hollandsworth shares with us how he started the program and why programs like Path Project are crucially important for the development of children.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Rachel Trujillo ,

Hidden Gem!!

I have loved listening to this podcast! It is a great source of information for all of the awesome things going on in so many communities! They share the amazing stories that wouldn’t normally be herd! It’s inspiring to hear from so many interesting people! Would definitely recommend taking a listen!

N. Reed ,

Amazing ! Inspirational ! I LOVED it !!

Thank you for sharing this important information. We often underestimate what team sports, communication and physical activity can do for children .......that LATER grow into adults. The biggest take away for me was the average cost of individual and group sports for children. I now want to donate to one of these amazing foundations. ~ N. Reed

Emilym0923 ,

Great Podcast!

This is such a great way to reach out to prospects and residents! Can’t wait to listen to upcoming episodes!

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