203. The Life-Changing $1500 Offer with Alexis Rhiannon
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Today on the show:Before we talk about the $1,500 life-changing offer, we’ll start the show with our “No Dumb Questions” segment. It’s the last Friday of the month so that means Economist, Professor Emeritus at University Wisconsin-Milwaukee Mark Shug (aka Grandpa Mark) joins the show.Viewing it through the lens of an economist, he’ll give us an unbiased break-down of the most important news stories that impact you and your wallet.A lot of people have strong opinions about who will win the election and what will happen to the economy if one party wins over the other. So, which Presidential candidate IS better for the economy? And what about the Stimulus package? Are we going to see more money coming our way or did the political bickering kill the plan?Pick up Mark’s book “Teacher’s Can Be Financially Fit”email Mark directly“In my early 20s, my dad offered me $1,500 with a catch. It annoyed me at the time, but it also taught me the most important savings lesson of my life”Freelance writer Alexis Rhiannon joins the show to talk about her dad’s life-changing offer and how all of us can learn a valuable lesson from it.click here to read the full articleAlexis writes for Business Insider, Allure, Apartment TherapyFollow her on twitterWe end the show like we always do, we’ll take “A Seat at the Kid’s Table.” Today we had parents ask their kids- “What is Debt?” We’ll see what the kids say and what advice our money expert Susan Beacham founder of Money Savvy Generation has for parents. The best way to teach your kids about debt.And our Money Victory shout out goes to Vera Plotkin!Thank you for listening to the show. I truly hope it is helping you.Feel free to reach out anytime. Love getting your emailsCheers to each one of you who is on your way to being proud to say you are a financially confident woman! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matt and Nicole are joined by Bustle Writer / Level 4 Witch Alexis Rhiannon as they discuss names that just fit together, why it's okay to be Gunther but Friends is problematic in other ways, and they're taking the Hobbits to Isengard, they're taking the Hobbits to Isengard. "InBox theme" by 4aStables. (https://www.4astables.com) Music "Southside" by Lee Rosevere. (leerosevere.bandcamp.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Alexis Rhiannon joins us as we discuss anxiety over our parents’ preparation for death, the vulnerability involved in asking people for help, and also the creepy way kids sometimes think and talk about death.Click to listen!