As of this year, 44 million borrowers collectively owe $1.5 trillion in student loan debt in the U.S. alone. Raise your hand if you’re one of those 44 million souls (I’m one of ’em!). In this episode, David Carlson, author of Student Loan Solution and founder of Young Adult Money, shares his comprehensive and customizable 5-step repayment action plan.
Learn how to maintain a positive headspace on social media by following my 3 actionable tips, and hear from “Positivity Enthusiast” Melanie Aman, who runs a positive-focused Instagram account that has amassed over 70K followers.
As a self-proclaimed nerd and professional escapist, Leo shares the path of forging a career & building a community within his favorite fandoms. From working with Disney and traveling to the parks, to Cosplay & Disneybounding – he’s living the Disney-lovers dream!
Have you ever felt a lack of life purpose, or that you’re simply going through the motions in your career & relationships? Keidi Janz shares how you can take charge and live a more fulfilling life through self-acceptance.
Have you ever considered fostering or adopting a child, but didn’t know where to get started? In this episode, you’ll hear from Danielle Hofstetter, the Clinical Director of Community and Family Services Foundation. She has 10+ years’ experience working in the child welfare system, and as a foster-to-adopt parent herself, she truly knows every aspect of welcoming a new child into your family.
Earlier this month, we celebrated International Women’s Day, but did you know the entire month of March is designated as Women’s History Month? This episode is a collaborative effort with women around the world in celebration of the women who inspire us!
Your time is valuable – donate it! In this episode, I’m talking with Basil from Volunteer Match to learn about finding the right volunteering opportunity for you. You’ll learn how Volunteer Match can connect you with nonprofit organizations in your area, the benefits of volunteering, and even how to volunteer from the comfort of your couch!
In this episode, we’re talking about the biggest financial mistakes people make in their 20’s and 30’s, how to AVOID those mistakes, when and how to get started with investing, and how you can improve your financial literacy!
In this episode, Caralyn shares the details of how her eating disorder developed, the social, physical, and mental destruction it caused, her reluctant road to recovery, and how she now pays it forward by helping others.