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Best Julie Berninger podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Julie Berninger podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Join host Julie Berninger on FIRE Drill podcast where she interviews guests with epic side hustles, real estate investors, early retirees, online business owners, and other inspiring people rocking financial independence. All things Early Retirement are broken down into simple, actionable steps for the average person. Step up your money game and renew your money philosophy with Fire Drill podcast.
 
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4/1/20-- It’s been 11 days since Governor Charlie Baker issued a stay-at-home advisory to the people of Massachusetts, and today, he extended it from April 7th to May 4th. Since then he’s also asked that out-of-state visitors self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival to Massachusetts, or just don’t come here at all.Within the stay-at-home advisory is t…
 
My name is Rachel Teodoro and I am a mom of three kids living in the greater Seattle area with my husband Mike, who is a mechanical engineer. We met while attending Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. I am a lover of all things thrifty and can be found trolling for garage sales nearly every weekend. I like to craft, create and decorate my…
 
We are Ali and Alison Walker, and we used to call Seattle, Washington our home. We met in 2004, married in 2006, and retired in 2018. After reaching Financial Independence we wanted a complete and total change from our career-focused lives. We decided that meant leaving our Seattle life behind and making travel our new lifestyle. By November of 201…
 
Today's episode is sponsored by the EconoMe Conference which is a conference for the financial independence community on March 7th, 2020 in Cincinnati, Ohio.You can win a free ticket to the event by commenting on this thread in our Facebook group.Fire Drill listeners receive 10% off tickets for this event using the code FIREDRILL. Learn more here: …
 
12/11/19--It's a big day for polls here at The Horse Race, and we begin the discussion with one that surveyed New Hampshire voters on the Democratic primary contenders. It finds Pete Buttigieg in the lead among registered voters in the state with 18% support. Meanwhile, Joe Biden sits at a close second place with 17%. As Steve points out, it's impo…
 
Have you ever dreamt of pursuing a digital nomad lifestyle?Eric started his digital nomad journey by joining a work travel program called Remote Year after saving up enough of a cash buffer. His plan is to continue working remotely after Remote Year is over and living a full on digital nomad lifestyle.You'll love that story.We also chat about... Er…
 
Mystery shopping might be the new travel rewards hack.Johnny uses travel rewards and mystery shopping to go on holiday for free. Him and his wife are using rental properties to fast track their path to FI, with Johnny's goal is to be able to take summers off by the age of 35.You'll love that story.We also chat about... How to make the most of trave…
 
11/27/19--Happy Thanksgiving, #mapoli! In today's holiday bonus episode, Stephanie Murray calls in from Manchester, New Hampshire with a quick recap of Deval Patrick's appearance at Politics and Eggs. What questions did reporters have? Is he covering enough ground to make a name for himself in this race? Enjoy this small bite of political coverage …
 
One of the best ways to increase your income is to do a career transitionCaitlyn changed from sales in the beer industry to working as a software engineer. After an intense 6 months completing a coding bootcamp, she was able to find a higher paying job as a software engineer with a better work life balance and pretty much everything she was looking…
 
11/20/19-- If you've heard it once, you've heard it a thousand times. Traffic in Boston is bad. As we've mentioned on the show before, it's so bad, it makes commuters consider quitting their jobs or moving elsewhere. This week, the Boston Globe's Spotlight team published the first two installments of its three-part series on traffic in Massachusett…
 
Is property part of your portfolio in order to reach FI?Maria and her husband own 9 rental properties, and have a net worth of over a million. They're aiming for a net worth of $3 million in order to reach FI, and have some pretty nifty real estate hacks to share with us.You'll love that story.We also chat about... Maria's personal finance journey …
 
11/13/19-- Massachusetts elected officials -- both current and former -- just can't seem to resist the pull of the Presidency. Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is running for the Democratic nomination for president, sources tell CNN. He's scheduled to officially announce on Friday. That will bring the tally to 3 Bay Staters who've compet…
 
Do you include your house and car in your overall net worth?Rachel and her family are aiming for a FIRE number of $2 million. Her and her husband focus on a high savings rate, prioritising their budget and building a side income to speed up their journey.You'll love that story.We also chat about... Budgeting categories How they manage big expenses …
 
11/6/19-- Communities scattered throughout Massachusetts held elections on Tuesday. One of those communities was Boston, whose newly elected City Council makes history as its most diverse yet, with 7 people of color and 8 women making up the majority of the 13-person council. The fourth-highest vote-getter among the at-large candidates, Julia Mejia…
 
Do you dream of retiring before your 40s?Amon and Christina retired at age 39 and moved to Portugal with their two daughters. Thanks to their government jobs, they were able to achieve a very high savings rate of 70% and build a nest egg of 25 times their annual expenses in just 8 years. They've now been retired for 3 months and enjoy their time re…
 
10/30/19-- Happy Halloween, #mapoli, and welcome to the Headless Horse Race. Steve and Stephanie are donning their witch hats and digging into the latest news in the Commonwealth. We begin with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley's endorsement of the former head of the Massachusetts Alliance for Business Leadership Jesse Mermell in the District 4 House r…
 
In what way would a medical disability change the way you approach financial independence?Zero has had to deal with brain surgery and has had rheumatoid arthritis for a few years. It affects her work situation, her financial situation and her physical health, so she's had to adapt her path to FI with side hustles, passive income and insurance.You'l…
 
10/23/19-- On today's episode of The Horse Race, Jenn and Steve tackle news on the local, state, and national stage. Beginning with local, Jenn provides updates on the Boston City Council forum that took place last night, noting that one of the biggest points of daylight among the candidates were their responses to Operation Clean Sweep that took p…
 
Have you ever thought of turning your own community into a 6 figure side hustle?Melissa started a local community Facebook group to help locals find out what's going on in town, recommend businesses to each other and work on initiatives together. This community group now provides her with a full time income and the flexibility to work when and wher…
 
What are 10 things you would want your child to know about money?Chelsea quit her job as a hedge fund manager 2 years ago and decided to pursue entrepreneurship to stay at home with the kids and take care of herself. She's working on building a blogging income and is the organizer behind the Mama Talk Money Summit next week.You'll love that story.W…
 
10/11/2019 -- We're doing it live! Thanks to our lovely hosts, WeWork on 31 St. James Ave. in Back Bay, Steve, Jenn, and Stephanie got to run through the state (and national) headlines in person with the fine company of Horse Race listeners. But it wouldn't be a Horse Race without a lineup of special guests. First up was state Attorney General Maur…
 
Everyone's dream is to earn a healthy passive income every month.Jennifer and her husband earn 6 figures every year in passive income from their real estate business. The interesting part? They follow a slightly different business model and strategy. They also spend most of their time travelling around the world with their 4 year old child.You'll l…
 
10/2/19-- With so much happening on the state and national level, Stephanie and Jenn tackle a little bit of everything on this week's show. An impeachment inquiry into President Trump has officially begun, and as Stephanie points out, there's a local angle there. Rep. Richard Neal from Massachusetts' 1st District came out in favor of impeachment , …
 
Imagine travelling the world and only paying for the flights.Diana Chen is a full time travel blogger. Thanks to her blog she gets to try out hotels, resorts and adventure packages for free in exchange for a review or social media posts. She also makes money blogging and recently released a course to learn how to pitch to companies.You'll love that…
 
Have you ever considered travel blogging as a full time hustle?Emily and Berty are full time travel bloggers and photographers. They make money blogging, working for clients, selling prints and many other projects that earn them several different income streams, all while travelling and working from home.You'll love their story.We also chat about..…
 
9/18/19-- Fresh off the Massachusetts Democratic Convention, Steve and Stephanie have much to discuss. Stephanie covered the convention in Springfield for Politico, and there were a few things in particular that stood out to her. Namely, as pundits in Massachusetts and nationwide speculate on the implications of the potential Markey-Kennedy Senate …
 
Have you ever considered quitting your job to start a business?Emily was working as a journalist, but an 'aha' moment made her realise that she wanted to do more meaningful work, and so she set up a flower company that caters to weddings and private events. She now has 5 employees and her business is growing steadily.You'll love that story.We also …
 
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