#23 – Live from Cents Positive: Women, Financial Independence and Changing the Conversation

This week we’re doing something we’ve never done before on the podcast: recording live! This episode was recorded live at the first Cents Positive retreat for women interested in financial independence (so you’ll notice that we talk about financial independence and early retirement a little more than usual), and included wide-ranging conversations on the origins of the podcast, why women need safe spaces, how money … Continue reading #23 – Live from Cents Positive: Women, Financial Independence and Changing the Conversation

#22- Women & Financial Advocacy, with Gaby Dunn and Mary Beth Cahill

The economic and social system we live in affects so much about our financial lives as women. So how do we change that? A big part of it is advocating for other women (and ourselves), and so today we’re talking to two incredible women from different generations who do exactly that, but in very different ways: Mary Beth Cahill, former executive director of Emily’s List, … Continue reading #22- Women & Financial Advocacy, with Gaby Dunn and Mary Beth Cahill

#21 – What It Means to Be a Strong Woman, with Suze Orman

It’s 2019, and women are still being judged for jobs on whether we’re likable enough, whether we’re strong enough (but not too strong), and all the same old patriarchal bullshit. That’s why we’re kicking off the new year and the new podcast season with one of the strongest women we know of: personal finance author, TV personality and all-around unapologetic woman Suze Orman. She’s got … Continue reading #21 – What It Means to Be a Strong Woman, with Suze Orman

#20 – All the Single Ladies

Society puts a lot of pressure on all of us to couple up, but what about those women going it alone, either temporarily or long-term? Or going it alone with a child? That’s right. Today we’re discussing all the single ladies and their financial landscape. (And no discussion of single ladies is complete without some Beyonce references, though she’s done some more progressive, feminist work … Continue reading #20 – All the Single Ladies

#19 – Invisible Disability & Our Money

Some people face more challenges than others when it comes to earning money and navigating the work world, many for reasons that are apparent to all of us. And then there are those of us who look completely “normal” in the eyes of the world, but face struggles that others can’t see that limit our ability to do even the most basic tasks. We’re talking … Continue reading #19 – Invisible Disability & Our Money

#18 – Breaking Into the Boys’ Club, Part 2

We’re picking up where we left off last week in our two-part series, talking about women breaking into fields that have historically been male-dominated. T oday we’re talking to two women scientists from across the pond – Dr. Jess Wade, a physicist in the U.K. who’s on a mission to tell the stories of women scientists in history by authoring Wikipedia pages about them, and … Continue reading #18 – Breaking Into the Boys’ Club, Part 2

#17 – Breaking Into the Boys’ Club, Part 1

Women have achieved gender parity in a large number of professions. (Whether they have parity in leadership is a whole other question, but let’s not even get into that today.) But there are still plenty of them, from tech, to science to the outdoors industry, where the boys are still in charge for the most part. Today’s show is part 1 of a two-part series … Continue reading #17 – Breaking Into the Boys’ Club, Part 1

#15 – Toxic Masculinity

Warning: the language in this week’s episode is extra salty. But it’s worth it! This is one of our favorite episodes ever. How traditional and binary gender roles harm women – and men! Especially when it comes to our money. Featuring Sam Donovan, a two-time “reality show loser” (Project Runway!), and Kitty and Piggy from one of our favorite blogs, Bitches Get Riches, we’re not … Continue reading #15 – Toxic Masculinity

#14 – The Economics of Motherhood

Today we’re taking on the first topic in which neither of us has a direct stake: motherhood! But recognizing that most women are not child-free by choice, as we both are, we wanted to take on this critically important issue that affects women and our money. We’re talking to Jamila Souffrant, creator of the Journey to Launch financial independence podcast and website, and Corina Frankie, … Continue reading #14 – The Economics of Motherhood