Rank #1: Adulthood Made Easy: Smart Money Moves You Should Make
Should you invest? How should you pay off your loans? What do you really need in your savings account? Shannah Compton Game, financial expert and host of Your Millennial Money podcast, has the answers.
Sep 12 2016
Rank #2: Adulthood Made Easy: Getting Your Sh*t Together with Sarah Knight
Sarah Knight author ofThe Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck: How to Stop Spending Time You Don’t Have with People You Don’t Like Doing Things You Don’t Want to Do speaks with Sam about her latest book.
Dec 19 2016
Rank #3: Things Cooks Know: Thanksgiving Desserts
All about Thanksgiving desserts.
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Nov 10 2015
Rank #4: Adulthood Made Easy: Moving to a New City After College, Then Moving Again and Again
Kim Struglinski has lived in 3 cities in the past 4 years, plus she travels all the time for work. And she's only 26 years old. Kim shares her story and her tips for feeling at home anywhere.
Aug 22 2016
Rank #5: Adulthood Made Easy: Breaking Through Your Quarter Life Crisis
Sam talks with Adam Smiley Poswolsky, a career expert focused on helping 20- and 30-somethings break out of their career rut and pursue a path that is meaningful to them. His new book is called The Quarter Life Breakthrough.
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Oct 10 2016
Rank #6: Things Cooks Know: Save v. Splurge
When does it make sense to be a bargain shopper, and when does it pay off to spend the big bucks? From olive oil to eggs, the Sarahs explain it all.
Apr 05 2016
Rank #7: Adulthood Made Easy: Getting Engaged, Then Changing Your Mind
Some of us date in our twenties. Some of us get engaged. And then there are those of us, like Jessica Pasko who get engaged and break it off before the wedding. Pasko is a former journalist who now works in the greater Silicon Valley area doing public relations for tech companies. She also continues to write on a freelance basis, including a number of short essays about her terrible dating debacles.
Aug 08 2016
Rank #8: The Labor of Love: 36 Questions
Lori talks with Mandy Len Catron, author of one of the most read pieces ever on the New York Times website: "To Fall In Love With Anyone, Do This." The "this" she refers to is a list of 36 questions to ask and answer with a stranger. The questions were first assembled by the psychologist Arthur Aron. Catron studied the questions, and tried them with an acquaintance a year ago. She explains to Lori what's happened to her and her acquaintance since then.
Mar 09 2016
Rank #9: Adulthood Made Easy: How Am I Supposed to Make Friends?
Sam and Rachel W. Miller, Senior Lifestyle Editor at BuzzFeed, discuss finding BFFs as an adult, and the need for a service like Tinder—but for making new friends.
Oct 26 2015
Rank #10: I Want to Like You: Passive Aggressive People
Passive aggression is expressing anger in an indirect, subversive, and seemingly non-hostile way. How to handle passive aggression with goodwill and grace.
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Aug 06 2015
Rank #11: Adulthood Made Easy: Your Non-Scary Guide to Open Enrollment
If you’ve recently received an email about open enrollment season—don’t panic. Sam talks to Jennifer Fitzgerald, CEO of PolicyGenius, to demystify the process.
Nov 02 2015
Rank #12: Things Cooks Know: Family Dinners
Not what to make for family dinner - but more family dinner as a concept. More specifically, is it really so important? And, will we ruin our children if we don't have it? Sarah H. and Sarah K. get to the bottom of all these questions with Jenny Rosenstrach, the creator of "Dinner a Love Story" and the author of two cookbooks.
Oct 20 2015
Rank #13: Things Cooks Know: Chili
The kitchen's best weapon against the onset of cold weather, and the many ways to make it.
Oct 27 2015
Rank #14: I Want to Like You: Complainers
For some people, complaining is a way of life. Executive coach Linda Swindling talks about the fine line between getting something off your chest and going overboard.
Mar 17 2016
Rank #15: Things Cooks Know: Cooking for Crowds
Sarah K eases Sarah C's anxieties about cooking for large groups. Tips include making just one big batch item to build the meal around (meatballs, pulled chicken, chicken shawarma) and letting the guests do the assembly themselves (taco night, dinner picnic, bagel-themed dinner party).
Mar 08 2016
Rank #16: Things Cooks Know: Brunch
Sarah and Sarah hash(brown) it out over brunch. What should you cook ahead? What should you let the guests prepare themselves? And is booze a yes or a no?
Mar 22 2016
Rank #17: The Labor of Love: What Romance Really Means After 10 Years of Marriage
Lori talks with Heather Havrilesky about how her marriage has become more romantic and deep as it's grown less shiny and new. Heather writes New York magazine’s Ask Polly advice column and Bookforum’s Best-Seller List column, and she is the author of the upcoming book How to Be a Person in the World.
Feb 24 2016
Rank #18: Adulthood Made Easy: Confronting the Kitchen
Sam sits down with Real Simple Food Director Dawn Perry for some kitchen fundamentals. They'll talk about cooking essentials from the knives you need to the pantry items. Plus, some quick tips for making cooking part of your after-work routine.
Jan 02 2017
Rank #19: A Real Simple Thanksgiving: Easy As Pie
Real Simple Food Director Dawn Perry talks with cookbook author Dorie Greenspan and baker Emily Elsen about Thankgiving-appropriate desserts; they might not be what you think (psst, there will be cookies).
Nov 01 2016
Rank #20: The Labor of Love: How to Deal with Your Partner's Annoying Habits
Anyone with a partner can can name at least a few annoying habits displayed by their other half. But what to do about them? Lori shares complaints from New York listeners, and two experts weigh in with their advice. Bea Arthur is a therapist and founder and CEO of the online counseling and coaching platform In Your Corner. And Catherine Newman is Real Simple’s Modern Manners columnist and etiquette expert. She is the author of the parenting memoir Waiting for Birdy.
Feb 17 2016