On the Lifelong Learning Podcast, host Kate Nesi, wife, mother, runner, frugal mom$ter, and librarian, shares her experiences in the continuous pursuit of lifelong learning. Topics include frugal personal finance, family, marriage, making and creating, health and fitness, running, and continuing the growth mindset throughout life.
After podcasting for over 33 episodes straight, I learned quite a bit about podcasting that I had never imagined learning within that time and took a little time to reflect on my experience. Here's a little more about what I've learned and what you can expect coming soon!
We’re testing out the possibility of podcasting via the iPhone and FTP releases. I haven’t learned much about this yet, but this is a quick experiment to see how it goes! Send us feedback on your experience as the listener: firstname.lastname@example.org or @mrnesi on Twitter :)
Mr. Groovy is a recovering financial moron who got sick of the high cost of living on Long Island and relocated to Charlotte in 2006. There, he got his financial act together and discovered the FIRE community. In 2016, he retired and began leading a very groovy life. Mr. Groovy currently blogs with his wife, Mrs. Groovy, over at freedomisgroovy.com.
Chris and I took a trip to the Gluten Free & Allergy Friendly Expo in Secaucus, NJ a weekend ago and for a whopping $12 per person (we signed up early) we had 4 hours of sampling delicious gluten-free goodies that mostly did not contain egg otherwise. Listen to our on the spot podcast from the event, and take a look below at all the images we snapped along the way.
Way back when the dinosaurs roamed at the end of 2008, Sandy Smith started paying a little bit more attention to her debt. As the year faded into 2009, the idea to build a website to keep herself accountable for eliminating debt burst into her mind.
Ever since Sandy has been helping others get out of debt and is an amazing resource for finding your next side hustle. She inspired me to shift back in April from my second job to a side hustle that has been more lucrative and enjoyable the past few months. Enjoy the episode!
Download Episode! Carl, of Mr. 1500 Days, has always had savings as a top priority since his very first job and luckily he found a wife who shared those same beliefs. In addition, as they saved they flipped houses and are now comfortably financially independent or what some may consider early retirement. Learn more about how and why Carl started Mr. 1500 Days and where he’s headed now a bit into his retirement!
On this episode, I'm learning from Mabel Nunez, the CEO, and Founder of Girls on the Money. Girls on the Money is a stock market investing education company for women! We talk about how Mabel started out knowing nothing about stock investing and went on to complete an MBA and her path forward into helping other women get involved in the stock market. Links from the show:
Download Episode! On this episode, we can learn a lot about money, marriage, and raising financially responsible children from Mrs. Diane Harris! Diane is an award-winning personal finance journalist and financial wellness expert. She believes managing your money wisely is critical to your health and well-being and to living the life you aspire to.
Download Episode! On this episode of the Lifelong Learning Podcast I chat with Paulette Perhach of the viral F*** Off Fund essay, and author of The Writer's Life. We discuss who should consider having an F*** Off Fund, why one should consider building up such a fund, and how you can get started building your own. We also talk about her writing, as well as her upcoming book and new podcast.