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Turn Me On

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Turn Me On

Sickboy Media/ Entertainment One (eOne)

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Turn me on podcast is a no holds barred conversation about what it is to be a sexual being in the world. Hosted by Jeremie and Bryde, a married, poly, adventurous couple who love to talk to people about S-E-X, the conversation is geared toward getting real about pleasures of the flesh with intelligence, humour and maybe a little pillow talk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Fantastic Noise

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Fantastic Noise

University of Bedfordshire

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A podcast about making radio, from the University of Bedfordshire. Join Terry Lee as we hear from experts and professionals talking about a variety of radio topics, as well as jargon-busting, and discussion exploring how we define what good audio is.
 
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Chelsea Brennan of Smart Money Mamas talks about why to invest even when the market is peaking. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1773: [Part 2] Why You Should Invest, Even in Peak Markets by Chelsea of Smart Money Mamas on Investment Strategies Chelsea Brennan is a hedge fund investor turned online entrepreneur that helps moms make their money work for…
 
Chelsea Brennan of Smart Money Mamas talks about why to invest even when the market is peaking. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1772: [Part 1] Why You Should Invest, Even in Peak Markets by Chelsea of Smart Money Mamas on Investment Strategies Chelsea Brennan is a hedge fund investor turned online entrepreneur that helps moms make their money work for…
 
The Mad Fientist questions what it means to retire early. Episode 1771: Emotions of Financial Independence by The Mad Fientist of the Financial Independence Podcast on Early Retirement The Mad Fientist analyzes the tax code and looks at personal finance through the lens of early financial independence to develop strategies and tactics to help you r…
 
Kelly Blodgett of Money Gal Coaching provides 7 questions that you can ask yourself to be better with money Episode 1770: 7 Questions to Ask Yourself to Be Better With Money by Kelly Blodgett of Money Gal Coaching Before we can experience the freedom of building wealth, many of us have to remove the chains of debt. For Kelly Blodgett, she graduated…
 
The hosts catch up on their holidays and chat. Jeremie got an oculus headset and experienced VR porn for the first time. He feels weird about it. Bryde and Jeremie entertain the age-old question, "What if you found out we were cousins?" Check out our VIRTUAL LIVE show, Thursday, January 13th at 6pmET: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/turnmeon-2 Thank you…
 
Wanderer of Millennial Revolution talks about why we have to forgive ourselves Episode 1769: Why You Have To Forgive Yourself by Wanderer with Millennial-Revolution on Money Mistakes & Redemption Wanderer retired from his engineering job at a major Silicon Valley semiconductor company at the age of 33. He now travels the world seeking out knowledge…
 
Mr. 1500 of 1500 Days encourages you to be an inflection point to someone Episode 1768: Be An Inflection Point To Someone by Mr. 1500 of 1500 Days on Inspiring Others on A Journey to F.I.R.E. Mr. 1500 is a family guy living in Colorado with his wife and two young children. He studied biology and chemistry in college, but somehow turned into a softw…
 
Kyle Kowalski of Sloww talks about the 3 ways Americans spend most of their money and how to save more Episode 1767: The 80/20 Rule for Money: The 3 Ways Americans Spend Most of Their Money & How You Can Save More by Kyle Kowalski Kyle Kowalski, the human behind Sloww, is a corporate dropout turned solopreneur who found and created his life purpose…
 
David Cain shares how some purchases actually do bring him happiness, even when they are ridiculously expensive. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1766: [Part 2] How to Buy Happiness by David Cain of Raptitude on Intentional Spending David Cain is a writer and entrepreneur living in Winnipeg, Canada. On a particular boring day at his office job in 2009,…
 
David Cain shares how some purchases actually do bring him happiness, even when they are ridiculously expensive. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1765: [Part 1] How to Buy Happiness by David Cain of Raptitude on Intentional Spending David Cain is a writer and entrepreneur living in Winnipeg, Canada. On a particular boring day at his office job in 2009,…
 
Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully talks about whether or not it's too late to invest Episode 1764: Is It Too Late To Invest by Andrea Joy of Saving Joyfully on Money Management & Investing Philosophy Andrea Joy is the creator of Saving Joyfully, a personal finance and frugality blog emphasizing joyful living. On her website, savingjoyfully.com, she off…
 
Julien Saunders of Rich and Regular tells us why he paid off his mortgage Episode 1763: Why We Paid Off Our Mortgage by Julien Saunders of Rich And Regular on Debt Payoff & Debt-Free Lifestyle Julien and Kiersten started rich & REGULAR in 2017 after their stint in real estate investing led them to discover the F.I.R.E movement. At that point, they'…
 
Craig Stephens of Retire Before Dad talks about the triforce of wealth Episode 1762: The Triforce Of Wealth by Craig Stephens of Retire Before Dad on Saving & Investing Money for Wealth Building Craig Stephens of Retire Before Dad is a 43-year-old IT professional, investor, and blogger based in the Washington, DC metro area. His primary financial g…
 
Paula Pant of Afford Anything shares two short articles covering the advantages of a fixed-rate mortgage and why doing more means doing less Episode 1761: Why a Fixed-Rate Mortgage is the Best Choice AND To Do More - Do Less by Paula Pant of Afford Anything Paula Pant is the founder of the award-winning website AffordAnything.com and a writer and s…
 
Emily Guy Birken of PT Money tells you how to overcome your money mindset issues Episode 1760: How to Overcome Your Money Mindset Issues If You Grew Up Poor by Emily Guy Birken with PT Money PTMoney.com is about helping you make extra money, save more money, and spend your money wisely--all in an effort to help you fix your finances so you can buil…
 
Christina Browning of Our Rich Journey informs you of 9 things you should do to reach financial independence and retire early Episode 1759: 9 Things To Do To Reach Financial Independence and Retire Early by Christina Browning of Our Rich Journey Amon and Christina are former federal government employees that focused on saving, making, and investing…
 
Chris of Keep Thrifty tells you when to prepay your mortgage instead of investing Episode 1758: When to Prepay Your Mortgage Instead of Investing by Chris of Keep Thrifty on Debt Repayment vs Investing Chris and Jaime live in the suburbs of Madison, WI with their three daughters. While living the typical suburban life, they are challenging the norm…
 
Courtney Carver of Be More With Less shares tips for how you can have enough money and things. Episode 1757: 10 Ways You Can Have Enough Money and Stuff by Courtney Carver of Be More With Less on How to Spend Less Money After decades of debt, discontent, and trying to do it all and have it all, a scary MS diagnosis stopped Courtney Carver in her tr…
 
Alacias Enger talks about the law of attraction and how it applies to money Episode 1756: There's Always Going To Be Something by Alacias Enger of My Sense With Cents on The Law of Attraction & Money Sense with Cents chronicles Alacias' journey using Law of Attraction while pursuing Financial Independence, and the belief that everyone can win with …
 
Jeremy Jacobson of Go Curry Cracker discusses the cost of working one more year Episode 1755: The Cost of Working One More Year by Jeremy Jacobson of Go Curry Cracker on Early Retirement Decisions Winnie Tseng is from Taiwan and is the Go Curry Cracker resident photographer. After working in high tech, she found her real love making magic happen be…
 
Tynan encourages you to create a stable life rather than a stable job Episode 1754: Create a Stable Life, Not a Stable Job by Tynan on Minimalism & Financially Healthy Living Tynan was named as one of the top 25 best bloggers in 2013 by Time Magazine. He believes in making deliberate decisions and breaking away from the herd mentality. He likes lea…
 
Alyssa Wolff of Your Unbusy Life talks about going all in vs. making perpetual progress in finance Episode 1753: Going All In vs. Perpetual Progress: The Financial Edition by Alyssa Wolff of Your Unbusy Life on Money Mindset Alyssa Wolff is the founder of Your Unbusy Life. She is a minimalism junkie, God follower, introvert, perpetual bookworm, and…
 
Liz of Frugalwoods shares how to create sustainable money habits. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1752: [Part 2] How to Create Sustainable Money Habits by Liz of FrugalWoods on Personal Finance Routines The Frugalwoods are ex-urban, rookie homesteaders finding contentment (and a lot of chores) on 66 acres in rural central Vermont along with their two …
 
Liz of Frugalwoods shares how to create sustainable money habits. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1751: [Part 1] How to Create Sustainable Money Habits by Liz of FrugalWoods on Personal Finance Routines The Frugalwoods are ex-urban, rookie homesteaders finding contentment (and a lot of chores) on 66 acres in rural central Vermont along with their two …
 
Mr. Money Mustache shares his opinions and strategies for investing short-term cash. Episode 1750: Where Should I Invest My Short-Term 'Stash by Mr. Money Mustache on Investing in Bonds & Money Market Accounts Mr. Money Mustache is a thirty-something retiree who now writes about how we can all live a frugal, yet awesome, life of leisure. He and his…
 
Steven Keys of Trip of a Lifestyle talks about financially independent thinking Episode 1749: Everyone Else Could Be Wrong by Steven Keys of Trip Of A Lifestyle on Financially Independent Thinking Since graduating from college in 2012, Steven has developed a healthy obsession with personal finance. Although he has no formal training in the field, h…
 
Victoria Sexton of Women Who Money talks about investing for women Episode 1748: Make Your Money Work Hard, So You Don’t Have To by Victoria Sexton with Women Who Money on Investing Plans The co-founders of Women Who Money are Amy Blacklock from Life Zemplified and Vicki Cook, from Make Smarter Decisions. Vicki and Amy connected initially online an…
 
Sam of Financial Samurai tells you why remodeling probably doesn't pay off Episode 1747: Does Remodeling Pay Off - Probably Not by Sam of Financial Samurai on Home Renovation Return on Investment Sam Dogen's net worth took a beating in 2009 as the world was falling apart. He thought it would be a good idea to start a personal finance site to help h…
 
Mr. 1500 of 1500 Days talks about why he sold his fancy car Episode 1746: Why We Sold Our Fancy Car (the Acura NSX) by Mr. 1500 of 1500 Days on Simple Living & Financial Decisions Mr. 1500 is a family guy living in Colorado with his wife and two young children. He studied biology and chemistry in college, but somehow turned into a software develope…
 
Kelly Blodgett with Fiology encourages you to live your dream, not the American dream Episode 1745: Live Your Dream, Not the American Dream by Kelly Blodgett with Fiology on Pursuing Your Own Financial Path Fiology is an educational resource designed to teach you about Financial Independence (FI). They have scoured the internet to find content from…
 
Kevin of Financial Panther tells you what to do if you're young and have a high income Episode 1744: If You Are Young And Have A High Income: Treat It As A Windfall by Kevin of Financial Panther on Savings Rate Kevin is an attorney, writer, gig economy expert, side hustler, and the blogger behind Financial Panther. He paid off $87,000 worth of stud…
 
Marc Chernoff of Marc and Angel shares 11 practical ways to spend your money Episode 1743: 11 Practical Ways to Spend Your Money by Marc Chernoff of Marc And Angel on Spending Wisely & Debt Repayment Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as havi…
 
ESI of ESI Money provides lessons from millionaires Episode 1742: Lessons from Millionaires by ESI of ESI Money on The Millionaire Next Door & Saving & Investing ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. The site is basically a list of what's allowed him to become financially independent and how you can implement those successes in you…
 
Dr. Ali Mushtaq is a sociologist and title-holding Leather Daddy. Ali is passionate about a socially inclusive form of BDSM education that is conscious about race and gendered equality and is the co-author of a soon-to-be-published book about Black women AIDS activists. The hosts chat with Ali about the "pageantry" of competing for Mr. Leather and …
 
FIRECracker of Millennial Revolution tells you how to live life with no regrets Episode 1741: How to Live Life with No Regrets by FIRECracker of Millennial-Revolution on Common Regrets of the Dying FIRECracker is a world-travelling early retiree. She used to live in one of the most expensive cities in Canada, but instead of drowning in debt, she re…
 
Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents warns you of 7 expenses to never put on your credit card Episode 1740: 7 Expenses To Never Put On A Credit Card by Michelle Schroeder-Gardner of Making Sense of Cents Michelle Schroeder-Gardner created Making Sense of Cents in order to help improve her own finances. With diligence, she was able to…
 
Andy Hill talks about why increasing your income won't solve your financial problems Episode 1739: Why Increasing Your Income Won't Solve Your Financial Problems by Andy Hill of Marriage, Kids and Money Andy Hill is a husband and father to two awesome (and crazy) kids and they hail from the great state of Michigan. His goal is to give his family th…
 
Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy talks about 2021 year-end tax planning. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1738: [Part 2] 2021 Year-End Tax Planning by Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy on Roth IRA vs. Traditional IRA Sean Mullaney is a financial planner and the President of Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. offers fiduciary, fee-only, …
 
Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy talks about 2021 year-end tax planning. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1737: [Part 1] 2021 Year-End Tax Planning by Sean Mullaney of FI Tax Guy on Roth IRA vs. Traditional IRA Sean Mullaney is a financial planner and the President of Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. Mullaney Financial & Tax, Inc. offers fiduciary, fee-only, …
 
Darrow Kirkpatrick of Can I Retire Yet shares the difference between luxury and essential. Episode 1736: Luxury or Essential by Darrow Kirkpatrick of Can I Retire Yet on Being Financially Independent & FIRE Darrow Kirkpatrick is the founder of CanIRetireYet.com. He began serious investing in his mid-30s and retired at age 50. He's not a dot com mil…
 
Lisa Harrison of Mad Money Monster talks about why your relationships are more important than money Episode 1735: Why Your Relationships Are More Important Than Money by Lisa Harrison of Mad Money Monster Lisa is a mother, scientist, and financial enthusiast. She founded Mad Money Monster, a personal finance blog chronicling her and her family’s jo…
 
Craig Stephens is an award-winning writer and producer passionate about projects that explore social issues, human potential, and innovation. Bryde and Jeremie with Craig about his experience parenting in the age of readily accessible pornography the hosts chat about the series' "Shrill" and "Sex Lives of College Girls", as well as something to do …
 
Jeff Rose shares 8 need-to-know secrets that your broker won't tell you Episode 1734: 8 Secrets Your Broker Won't Tell You (and Why You Need to Know Them) by Jeff Rose of Good Financial Cents Jeff Rose, CFP® is a Certified Financial Planner™, founder of Good Financial Cents, and author of the personal finance book Soldier of Finance. Jeff is an Ira…
 
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