There is still be a lot of misinformation about the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. As necessities become sparse, entire cities and states shut down, and panic continues to rise, it’s difficult to know what to believe about the world’s current situation. Besides seeking out reputable sources of information, such as the CDC or WHO, one thing that has helped me better understand this situation is hearing Casey Garland’s firsthand experience with contracting COVID-19.
From battling Lyme Disease, to losing a sibling to overdose, and dealing with the aftermath of a public break-up…Katie turned her greatest challenges into her greatest opportunities and says her business is what saved her life.
What do you know about investing your money? I fall into the category of thinking investing is great in theory, but I don’t fully understand it, so it’s not for me. If you’re anything like me, then you’re going to get a lot out of this episode!
If you’re looking for some guidance on how to handle or split your financial obligations as a couple, grab your significant other and listen to this episode with Dan Hinz, Financial Coach and Founder of Adulting with Money!
I’m excited to give you a behind the scenes look at Lisa Schwartz’ new book Thirty Life Crisis! You may know Lisa from her 10+ years on Youtube, where she has amassed 2+ million subscribers and over 395 million views. Now she’s putting her comedic storytelling to paper, and sharing her personal stories in this relatable coming-of-age book.
The big question that we’re going to answer is: Can you take control of your finances, change your circumstances, and reset your financial life? And if so how…
There are things in life that come easy when you’re a kid, but when you grow up, change into anxiety-ridden chores… you know, the things that you don’t think twice about when you’re just living your best kid life.
I launched the Adult Struggles Podcast in October 2018, so we’re just a couple of month short of a full year of podcasting! I released an intro episode on Launch Day called “What is the Adult Struggles Podcast?” Now I am readdressing this question to give a fresh take on what the show is all about. I definitely had more to talk about 44 episodes into the show than when I first started recording!
When people get older, it’s often said that they don’t regret what they did in life, they regret what they didn’t do. Sometimes it takes a lot of courage to chase after our dreams, and the biggest and best ones don’t come easy.