On this episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I talk with Catie Takimoto a.k.a. the Millenial Money Honey. On part 1, we discussed the trending F.I.R.E. (financial independence, retire early) movement, and how consumerism not only drains our wallets, but sometimes fuels injustice. On part 2, we unpack the reality of most "financial experts," who often grow up up in upper-class privilege but advise their working cla... Read more
On this episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I talk with Catie Takimoto a.k.a. the Millenial Money Honey. We discuss the trending F.I.R.E. (financial independence, retire early) movement, and how consumerism not only drains our wallets, but sometimes fuels injustice.
In this episode, Rae recaps the recent trial of killer cop, Amber Guyger and wonders why people love forgiving their oppressors so much?
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On this episode of the Stuff I Don’t Like Podcast with sound healer, Eric Mellgren. After spending the better part of adult life working in the music industry, Eric started the process of searching for “a way of living” instead of just a career. He is now leads sound guided meditation using crystal singing bowls to produce healing vibrations to alleviate stress...a.k.a. soundbaths. Don’t know what a soundbath is? Think this whole t... Read more
On this episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I chat with the founder of Decolonizing Therapy, Dr. Jennifer Mullan. We discuss how generational trauma affects marginalized communities and how ancient forms of healing can be integrated with western medicine. This interview was so informative, I decided to break it up into two parts so that you guys could partake in all of Dr. Jenny's wisdom. If you haven't listened ... Read more
On this episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I chat with the founder of Decolonizing Therapy, Dr. Jennifer Mullan. We discuss how generational trauma affects marginalized communities and how ancient forms of healing can be integrated with western medicine. This interview was so informative, I decided to break it up into two parts so that you guys could partake in all of Dr. Jenny's wisdom. Tune in next week for part 2... Read more
On this special bonus episode of the Stuff I Like Podcast I give my thoughts on the controversial partnership between hip hop icon JAY Z and the NFL. Many people argue that Hov is making the wrong move by allying with the same company that fired Colin Kaepernick and launched a national debate on police brutality. Is he a sellout or a just man with a plan?
On this episode of the Stuff I Don’t Like Podcast, I chat with the creator of the Panthyon webseries Dan Fletcher and one of the directors, Rebecca Louisell. This episode is a MUST-LISTEN for anyone interested in creating their own web series or any type of independent media. We discuss how to raise funds for your project, marketing, and promotions, and how to overcome obstacles to ensure your project is a success. For more informa... Read more
On this episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I chat with entrepreneur and founder of Tickleberry Place, Lauren McElroy. We chat about starting a business while working full-time, ways to fund your idea, and how to turn adversity into opportunity. Whether you have ambitions of starting your own business or not, this is a great informational episode with tips on how to improve your work life! You can learn more about Lauren... Read more
On this episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I sit down with social media marketing extraordinaire, Tiffany Nguyen. At only 24, Tiffany has achieved success in the marketing and financial sector and shares some of her tips with us. Key takeaways from this episode:
1. The emergency fund is lit
2. Level up
3. One stream of income is never enough.
Follow Tiffany on Instagram @tiffnguyenn. As al... Read more
On this episode of Stuff I Don’t Like, I chat with the founder of Abantu Audio, Luc Cadet. Abantu is an audiobook company whose mission is to bring stories of the oppressed and subjugated to the forefront of social discussion in hopes of building bridges of understanding and awareness amongst all people. During our interview, we talk about making education accessible, ownership and economic power, and more.
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Hiatus is done and we're back with new episodes! On this episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I talk with my friend and fellow podcaster, Catie about first dates. As always, please be sure to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast, follow us on IG @stuffidontlikepodcast and visit stuffidontlike.net for more info
On this week's episode of the Stuff I don't Like Podcast, I chat with Ashley W. Gillet, author of the highly rated book "Red Flags Run." We give you tips on avoiding the fuckboys in your life and discuss how individuals with high self-esteem can still fall into the trap of dating trash people.
Follow Ashley on Instagram @redflagsrun or @ashleywgillet
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On this special New Year's Eve edition of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast I discuss why resolutions are trash. Ditch those unattainable aspirations and reach your goals by taking action each day.
Guess who's back?! After a wee hiatus, the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast is back with brand new episodes coming to you every Sunday at 9:30pm. In this episode, I discuss the difference between aspiration and preparation and let you know: if you stay ready, you ain't got to get ready.
On this week’s episode of “Stuff I Don’t Like,” I chat with screenwriter and illustrator, Kendra Jordan. After years of putting her ambitions on hold, Kendra decided to leave her previous teaching career in order to pursue her dream of writing. If you need some motivation, if you think it’s too late to purse your passions, if you want to laugh and get a word at that same time, then this is the episode for you. Follow Kendra @ke... Read more
On this week’s episode of the Stuff I Don’t Like Podcast, I chat with Daniel G. Wilson, musician and frontman for the noise-rock band Joncro. Daniel recounts his experiences growing up in Jamaica and Canada and how immersing himself in punk culture allowed him to fully express his artistic vision.
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On this week's episode, I talk with actress, model, blogger and co-host of the YouTube hit, "African Millenials," Samantina Zenon. We get real about issues like self-hatred in our community and the struggles of growing up as a Haitian immigrant in Boston. Follow Sam @wildsamfierce and search for African Millennials on YouTube.
On this week’s episode I talk with the founder of Queens Uplifting Queens, J’nae Simmons. As a professional dancer, she was inspired to create a supportive platform for women to counteract the competitive atmosphere at auditions. In our chat we talk about helping other women, self-care, and where you can find the best ice cream in NYC. Follow @queensupliftingqueens for daily inspiration.
If you're looking to slide in the DMs to get a date, I can't help you. If you're looking to use IG to grow your business or to land your dream job/internship, I can help you out. On this episode I share helpful messaging strategies and guidelines that allowed me to successfully land an internship through a DM. It's time to shoot your shot!