What to expect at Climate Solutions Exhibit at The Wild Center

Episode 110: How The Wild Center’s Climate Solution Exhibit Inspires Taking Action & Making A Difference

Climate change is happening all around us. Droughts, flooding, shrinking glaciers, rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and wildfires are all consequences of climate change. At The Wild Center, the Climate Solutions Exhibit poses an important…
The Wild Center Review -

Episode 109: Explore the Adirondacks and Get Closer To Nature at The Wild Center

Over the years, I’ve had a chance to explore many regions throughout New York, including The Catskills, Rochester, and The Finger Lakes, but this was my first time visiting the Adirondacks, known for its wild mountains, scenic vistas, miles…
Financial checklist for traveler - pre-trip financial checklist

Episode 108: Pre-Trip Financial Checklist: Financial Tasks To Complete Before Vacations

Before a trip, there is a lot to do. You’re researching things to do, checking the weather, packing your bags and double checking boarding passes. Hopefully you're also getting your finances in order. In this episode, we’re focusing on…
How to find grants as a small business owners

Episode 107: Introducing Grants For Creators: How To Find Grants and Fund Your Business

Have you ever considered grants to support your dreams and ideas? Think grants are only for researchers and nonprofits? Think again, my friends. In early 2022, I launched a newsletter curating grants and other hard-to-find funding opportunities…
How to save money on summer travel
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Episode 106: 12 Ways To Save Money On Summer Travel

Has anyone else noticed how expensive summer travel is this year? With gas prices hitting digits we haven’t seen before, along with fuel prices driving up the cost of airfare and the overall surge in domestic and international travel,…
Tripadvisor Hotel Review

Episode 105: How To Find and Research Hotels Using Tripadvisor Hotel Reviews 

How do you find and research hotels? I want to know, after this episode, reply to this tweet and let’s chat about it. Do you get recommendations from TikTok or Instagram? Do you start with a Google search? Or maybe you use online…
Bank Accounts For Homeowners - Three Bank Accounts Every Homeowner Needs

Episode 104: Homeowners, Better Manage Your Money With These Bank Accounts

Are you ready to buy a house? I’ve teamed up with Citizens Bank for a two-part homeownership series. In Episode 103, we discussed the pros and cons of the most common types of mortgages and how your mortgage can have long-term effects on…
The most common types of mortgages - What new homeowners need to know

Episode 103: Buying a House? Here’s 5 Types of Mortgages To Know About

Are you ready to buy a house? June is National Homeownership Month, and to celebrate, I’ve teamed up with Citizens Bank for a two-part homeownership series where I’ll share parts of my homeownership story, and we’ll dive deeper into the…
How to define your travel style?

Episode 102: How To Define Your Travel Style

What is your travel style? Travel isn’t one-size-fits-all, and there isn’t one way to see the world, only what works best for you. When I started traveling after landing my first job after graduate school, my funds were limited. I was making…
What To Pack For Road Trips

Episode 101: What To Pack For Road Trips: 28+ Items You Shouldn’t Leave Home Without

Before the pandemic, travel meant hopping on a plane and filling my passport with stamps. However, that all changed in 2020. Our borders were closed, and Kyle and I did not feel comfortable traveling by plane, train, or bus anymore. So, as…
Why You Should Reduce Income Streams to Avoid Burnout

Episode 100: Reduce Income Streams Before Burnout

In Episode 83, I announced I was quitting my full-time job to pursue entrepreneurship. Since then, I have learned some important lessons about running a business. While creating multiple income streams may be necessary for today's economy,…
Best Stock Research Tools - How To Research Stocks

Episode 99: Best Stock Research Tools and Websites

While some of you may have never purchased a stock before, I’ll admit that I have purchased a stock without doing any research. I made assumptions, heard “promising news”, followed the hype, and lost my shirt. I now know the importance…