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This podcast explores the trials and tribulations of growing up in today’s world. Filled with discussion, debate and a few facts here and there, Lucie tries to find a way to make peace with the inevitability of ageing and what it means to grow up. Striving to find the perfect blend between existential crisis and humour, that will satisfy every millennials' deep seated fear of ageing, and some how attempt to find lightness in the greatest of fears, even wrinkle related ones.
 
Challenging the Collective is a podcast from the founder of popular wellness and lifestyle blog, On Adulting. Katina Mountanos has created a space where we can question everything...so that together, we can all make conscious choices for the improvement of our lives and our world. She and her guests push your thinking on topics such as spirituality, self-care, minimalist fashion, green beauty, impact investing, healing methods, entrepreneurship, and so much more. So, slow down for a bit and ...
 
Houston, we have a podcast. Welcome to the show on how to moonwalk your life. Think interdimensional roller coaster, but for your mind. We take big adventures and even bigger ideas, from science, to explore the ordinary – from how to be a better thinker to (most important) how to be better human being. Whether scientists or provocateurs, discover the wrinkles in everyday life. Uncover more at moonwalkpodcast.com.
 
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PHILADELPHIA, PA – Get ready to be transported to the South Philly Italian neighborhood where Broadway actor Michael Iannucci spent his childhood. Michael is my friend, mentor, and a true star of the theatre scene (BROADWAY: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, NATIONAL TOURS: FIDDLER, ANNIE). We talk about his grandmother’s cooking, how his strict Catholic upbrin…
 
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – Today we’re heading down south with actor/writer Mike Menendez (BULL, FBI: MOST WANTED). We get into his complicated feelings about growing up in the south, his deep love for his childhood pets, and how he’s using his acting and writing chops as the face of the therapy app “Bloom” as well as creating his own fantasy trilogy “T…
 
FREDERICK, MD – Hold onto your popcorn, because today we’re heading to the hometown of the queen of horror theatre, Felicia Lobo (Artistic Director of Insomnium Theatre Company, Girly Gore Youtube Channel, Sinister Sisters Podcast). We talk about why theatre education is so important, why she misses her hometown so much, and why spooky, scary work …
 
ST. LOUIS, MO – We’re heading to the Midwest with comedian Eric Williams (THAT’S A GAY ASS PODCAST). We talk about the Muny theatre’s insanely grand musicals, Austin Powers being his bar mitzvah theme, and how his experience being gay in St. Louis led him to making comedy that helps people feel seen. Get ready to laugh, cry, think, and laugh again.…
 
HOUSTON, TX – While this is my first rodeo, it sure isn’t comedian Lizzie Stewart’s! We get into the highs and lows of AstroWorld, our wildly different experiences seeing the Jonas Brothers in concert, and why Tex Mex is just so damn good. She also shares why her Texan upbringing gives her a unique perspective on her podcast "Let’s Get Civical". Ch…
 
In this episode, I will share with you some of the common challenges that I see business owners, sole traders and self-employed clients dealing with. This includes understanding what money in their business is their own personal money to spend or take out as a salary, what money needs to be kept in the business to cover business expenses and how mu…
 
When Marci Warhaft says she understands challenges, she's not kidding. The author of The Good Stripper tears off the mask of shame that she felt for so long and reveals the lessons she learned when life came at her fast. To buy her book, click here: The Good Stripper Check out her site Fit vs. Fiction Follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook…
 
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA – We’re hitting the west coast with director/producer Tanner Jarman (HBO’S WE’RE HERE, award-winning films HIGH HOOPS, PARADISE). He explains why North Hollywood isn’t actually Hollywood, his experience making a film during lockdown, and how growing up in LA gave him his super chill vibe. Grab your shades and let’s go to the val…
 
In this episode, I share with you an interview with Britt Snow who, along with her husband Josh, founded and currently run the elopement collective, previously known as the pop-up wedding co. As you will hear in this episode, the elopement collective is a squad of wedding industry leaders and creatives that create epic and intimate elopements for c…
 
In today’s episode, I will share with you a real-life client scenario of Kim & Kanye (not their real names) clients that I have been working with for the past few years in my business More Time Financial. As a result of working together, we were about to increase their savings by $1,000 pm / $12,000 pa and we were able to go from being $20,000 in d…
 
MADISON, WI – We’re road-tripping to the Midwest this episode with screenwriter Charlotte T. Martin (Tribeca Film Institute’s “Through Her Lens” Program Finalist). They discuss the importance of cheese, beer, and bratwursts, what it’s like to move back to your hometown after living in NYC, and how exploring her identity as a queer Vietnamese-Americ…
 
In this episode, we speak to Brittnay and Jay who are full time, professional house and pet sitters. They both love travelling and taking care of animals to date they have looked after over 90 pets in 14 countries. This podcast was recorded in January 2020 while Jay is on a boat in Carriacou which is the largest island in the Grenada / Grenadines a…
 
Starting a Business, Breakups & Travel With Emily Gough In this episode, we speak to Emily Gough about: Going back to school Changing careers Starting a business Relationship breakdown Travel Pros and Cons of working remotely Your money story and money beliefs About Emily Some things you may not know about her: A handful of my favourite things incl…
 
Topics discussed in this episode: Podcast show name change Give you a life update of what has been happening in my life for the past 12 months Taking a 1-month working holiday in Bali (January 2020) Dealing with Covid Working from Home for the past 12 months Experience of dealing with the share market chasing Some of the important life and money le…
 
SKANEATELES, NY – On this episode, Moira talks to actor/musician Rachel Mulcahy (Geva Theatre, Northern Stage, Florida Studio Theatre, National Tour of “A Charlie Brown Christmas”). They delve into competitive Irish step dancing, how playing an instrument can change your career, and what makes Wegmans the best grocery store, in the Syracuse area an…
 
With COVID-19 on the minds of us all, it can't be easy being a family doctor dealing with both physical and emotional stresses. Dr. Deborah Gilboa - also known as "Dr G." has provided medical and mental health supports to families who are challenged living through a pandemic. Dr. G's insightful and practical perspective on resilience and it's funct…
 
RICHMOND, VA – In this episode, Moira chats with actor/podcaster Ryan Perez (host of AN ACTOR DESPAIRS podcast) about growing up in Richmond, Virginia. They get into how the city is reconciling its past, how it shaped him and why he left to hit the road with bands like Jack’s Mannequin before settling into the NYC actor lifestyle. Ryan proves you c…
 
CAIMITO ALTO, PUERTO RICO – In this episode, Moira is transported to the lush mountains of Puerto Rico with actor/writer Sol Crespo (SUCCESSION, NEW AMSTERDAM, MONSTERLAND, Steven Soderbergh’s UNSANE). They talk about running around barefoot as a child, becoming a rebel in high school, and how for Sol, every day is a Puerto Rican Day Parade, no mat…
 
MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA, MA – In this episode, Moira spends some time in the quaint beachside town of Manchester-By-The-Sea, hometown of filmmaker Julia Kennelly (HBO’S THE VOW, Oscar-winning short film THE NEIGHBOR’S WINDOW, MARCY LEARNS SOMETHING NEW with Rachel Dratch). They reminisce about their New England upbringings, wonder what ever happened …
 
LAFAYETTE, LA – In this episode, Moira takes a trip down south to Lafayette, Louisiana, the hometown of actor/comedian Savannah DesOrmeaux (AMERICAN HORROR STORY, THE PURGE, THE X CHANGE RATE WITH MONET XCHANGE). They get into life on the bayou, teenage bonfire culture and how Louisiana’s sense of party has influenced her stand-up comedy. Get ready…
 
Growing up in an Italian-Canadian household, Maria Manna learned early how to be responsible and to persevere. Yet nothing could have prepared her for the painful parenting challenges that she experienced later on. From the darkness to the light, Maria lived, loved and learned and now teaches others how to find the light in their own lives. For mor…
 
This week Lucie is joined by Kelly McGrath (@kellymcGrath.co) to talk about living by values. Uncovering her journey into veganism, how she deals with people disagreeing with her beliefs and what to do to become more conscious about your choices. This is another episode of radical responsibility and a chance for us all to ask how can I become more …
 
First off—it's been a thousand years. But I have a quick update—and if you liked Moonwalk, I think you'll (most likely) be into it. If you already know what it is (or just listened): here's the free system. And the update is: I talked to a guy named Andrew, because Andrew read a book. But when he read that book, it addressed a long-standing concern…
 
This week Lucie chats to Natasa Leoni a photographer and activist based in Brighton in the UK. Delving further into rebellious responsibility, they talk about making conscious choices, the power of having conversation and what cracks you open to make changes and live by your values. Exploring the idea of how your values and your life choices work h…
 
This week is Part Two of Lucie's conversation with Yoga Teach, Author, Speaker and Change Consultant Betsy Reed on the topic of discomfort. This week they delve into finding your edge, and serving when you sail over it. With tips on how to start your own discomfort practice and lean into uncomfortable conversations if you ever needed a quick start …
 
There was a time when the day ended. Those times themselves ended with the advent of digital technology and 24/7 communication. This essay recalls life before constant notifications and information overload were regular occurrences. To read this essay online, go to I Wish it Were 1978 Just For One Day To follow Sam on Medium, visit this link.…
 
This week is a masterclass in handling discomfort. Growning up can be hard and uncomfortable and just coming out of lockdown after COVID-19 we are painfully aware of how uncomfortable life can get sometimes. This week Lucie interviews Betsy Reed a speaker, author and leader on social and environmental issues. Betsy is also a Yoga and Mindfulness te…
 
This week Lucie shares a kick start to a new movement - Rebelliously responsibility. How do we stand up for the things we believe in? How do we get started with making change in the areas of our life and the larger world that we want to change. Join the Almost Grown...Up summer reading challenge to start to get to grips with the things that you car…
 
Jann Arden had experienced much in her life, but nothing prepared her for the experience of becoming the primary caregiver for her elderly mother. As Alzheimer’s disease took hold, Arden did her best to deal with the changes to the mother-daughter relationship that she had cherished for so long. While her mom’s health declined, Jann realized that s…
 
This week Lucie goes rogue and shares a pep talk on how to make things happen. This about getting that project off the ground, doing the creative thing, and making it happen. Going in search of the grown 'uping' that is hidden in creative work. Tired of not doing the thing, or starting the thing and then going for a nap or eating a cookie, this is …
 
What do you do when you live in existential crisis? Well, quite simply you take strangers out for coffee and ask them what they think the meaning of life is. This week Lucie is back with another coffee on the meaning of life. Chatting to Nia, a London based Musician, they delve into the power of creativity to provide purpose, how it builds connecti…
 
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