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Queer Money is a bi-weekly show dedicated to creating desperately needed generational wealth within the gay community because we deserve to sleep better at night and we must stand up to the anti-LGBTQ+ industrial complex.

Listen and watch regularly to eliminate financial insecurity and generate personal wealth, prepare for a secure and fun retirement, find the most affordable, LGBTQ+-friendly cities in the US to live in or travel to, grow your stock portfolio to $1,000,000+, build a real estate empire and start a small business.

Your hosts are husbands and money experts David & John Auten-Schneider who have been the leaders in LGBTQ+ finance since 2015. With nine seasons, nearly 500 episodes, over a million downloads and features by Oprah, Advocate, Variety, CNBC and more, the award-winning Queer Money is the longest running show made by and for the LGBTQ+ community and is the only show solely dedicated to our financial well-being as gay people.

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What are the most affordable LGBTQ+-friendly cities in the Sunbelt?When we talk about affordable LGBTQ+-friendly cities across the U.S., we often highlight many cities in the Midwest or East. This is often because these cities are not currently seeing as much population growth as many cities in the Sunbelt or on the coasts. Many of you have said that you'd like to see a list of cities in warmer climates.This is Queer Money episode 525, and today we're breaking down 7 cities that are both affordable and LGBTQ+ friendly in the Sunbelt.Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YoutubeWatch last week's episode on YoutubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2397: Texas411: Oklahoma421: New Mexico451: Kentucky487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on Tiktok
What’s behind the housing affordability crisis in America?Real estate prices are off the charts, and unless you happen to be a high-net-worth individual, it’s nearly impossible to buy a home right now.So, WTF is going on? Is there anything we can do about it?Angela Rozmyn is the cocreator of Women’s Personal Finance, a platform that provides empowering financial education for women and nonbinary people.She is also a passionate advocate for affordable, sustainable housing, working a day job for a company that builds LEED Platinum real estate projects.On this episode of Queer Money, Angela joins us to discuss the myriad reasons for the housing affordability crisis in America.Angela explains why the supply of homes has not kept up with demand, how interest rates impact housing costs, and what’s behind the NIMBY attitudes that drive real estate prices up.Listen in to understand how it impacts a community when its service workers can’t afford to live where they work and find out what you can do to advocate for affordable housing in your city.Topics Covered What makes Angela an expert in the realm of affordable housing issuesWhy it’s important to consider transportation costs as part of your housing expensesHow it impacts our communities when service workers can’t afford to live where they workWho benefits from increasing home prices and who does not6 reasons for the housing affordability crisis in AmericaWhy the supply of homes has not kept up with demand in the USHow interest rates, permitting issues, labor costs and zoning affect real estate pricesWhy developers aren’t building starter homes anymoreWhat’s behind NIMBY attitudes in the US and how they impact housing costsThe advantages of adaptive reuse, i.e.: turning vacant commercial buildings into affordable housingAngela’s take on investors who bought up SFHs during the Great RecessionWhy people are migrating to high-density cities in the Sunbelt (and what to consider before you join them)Providing affordable housing for the growing number of single occupantsWhat you can do to advocate for affordable housing in your communityFor the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial Independence
"Ewwww, I'd never live there""WTF, that's a horrible place to live""No way in hell!"These are just a few of the comments we've gotten when we've highlighted blue cities in red states that are both affordable and LGBTQ+ friendly. So, why would someone choose to stay in or move to a red state? This is Queer Money episode 523, and today we're breaking down seven reasons that many LGBTQ+ folks and our allies have decided to either stay in or move to red states. With this episode, we hope to respond to the "gayla gays," gay-listers," and elitist folks in our community who deem many of these places as "unworthy" without considering some very real and very valid reasons queer folks live in these states.Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YoutubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on Tiktok
Regular listeners of Queer Money are familiar with the way Kingdom Advisors uses donor-advised funds to finance the anti-LGBTQ industrial complex.But right-wing extremists haven’t stopped there. Today, radical conservative influencers and organizations are working with the Heritage Foundation to design Project 2025, a blueprint that seeks to eliminate the rights of LGBTQ+ people, women and immigrants, effectively creating a church state in the US.David Roth is a Democrat running for the US House of Representatives and the first openly gay candidate for the state of Idaho. He also happens to be an expert on Project 2025.On this episode of Queer Money, David joins us to explain how Project 2025 will impact the country as a whole and the queer community specifically.David discusses why it’s crucial for the LGBTQ+ community to get involved in the political process, describing what Democrats are doing to fight Project 2025—and why it’s not enough.Listen in to understand the financial implications for our community should Project 2025 succeed and learn what we can do as individuals and collectively to maintain the rights we’ve won.Topics Covered How Project 2025 aims to reform our democracy into an authoritarian stateWhy Project 2025 will be difficult to stop with a far-right Republican presidentHow Project 2025 will impact the country as a whole and the queer community specificallyWhy we need to be financially prepared for challenging times should Project 2025 succeedWhy it’s crucial for the LGBTQ+ community to get involved in the political processThe danger in opting out of voting in this year’s presidential election What Democrats are doing to fight against Project 2025 (and why it’s not enough)How the queer community might take collective action to maintain the rights we’ve wonThe importance of normalizing LGBTQ+ individuals running for officeWhat we can do as individuals to pushback against the aims of Project 2025For the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial Independence
Are you an LGBTQ+ person with children? How about a parent with LGBTQ+ kids? Or maybe you want to start a family as a queer person.This is Queer Money episode #521. Today, we’re diving into the top 7 most affordable LGBTQ+ friendly cities for queer folks who want to or have children or parents who have LGBTQ+ children. Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off407: Pennsylvania419: New York443: Massachusetts445: Maryland 459: Illinois473: Colorado475: California433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on Tiktok
Are you postponing your personal goals and dreams until you turn 65? What if you don’t have to wait until retirement to travel, write your memoir, or pursue a hobby you love? What if you could take several mini-retirements throughout your career and achieve some of those ambitions along the way? Jillian Johnsrud is the creator of Retire Often, a platform that helps people take a series of successful sabbaticals throughout their careers.Jillian reached financial independence at age 32 and has since traveled to 27 countries with her family. She is also the author of Fire the Haters and host of the Retire Often podcast.On this episode of Queer Money®, Jillian joins us to explain why it’s challenging to achieve our personal goals on nights and weekends and explore what you might do on a sabbatical from work. Jillian discusses the pros and cons of taking mini-retirements and describes how to plan for the financial and emotional aspects of taking a break from work.Listen in for insight on negotiating a month off without leaving your current job and learn how to build a meaningful, fulfilling life by retiring often!Topics CoveredWhat it means to retire often and why Jillian is an advocate for itWhy it’s challenging to achieve our personal goals on nights and weekendsHow Jillian took a dozen mini-retirements in the last 20 yearsExamples of the things you might do on a sabbatical from workHow a mini-retirement can help you recover from or prevent burnoutWhen taking a sabbatical can be a difficult transition for peopleHow to plan for the financial and emotional aspects of taking a break from workHow to retire often without hiccups in contributing to your 401(k)How a mini-retirement can be more affordable than multiple vacationsTips for people who want to take a mini-retirement without leaving their jobHow to negotiate a month off in a way that gets your boss on boardWhat to do if you feel too important/not important enough to take time offFor the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial Independence
Do you love the outdoors? Are you into hiking, biking or spending time in your local parks? If so then this Queer Money is for you. This week we're taking a request from one of our YouTube viewers who asked for a list of LGBTQ friendly cities for outdoor life, so we're delivering.This is Queer Money episode #519. Today, we’re diving into the top 7 most affordable LGBTQ+ friendly cities for folks who love the outdoors.Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off385: Wisconsin389: Washington407: Pennsylvania413: Ohio409: Oregon443: Massachusetts 445: Maryland459: Illinois433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money...
Many of us in the LGBTQ community were bullied as kids for being different. But few of us leverage those experiences as inspiration to launch a cookie company!Nicholas Naclerio turned to food for comfort when he was bullied for being gay. But when he turned 18, Nick got healthy and decided to use food as a form of self-expression and healing; to transform his pain into something good.Today, Nick is Founder and CEO at Mmmly, the good-for-you cookie brand that leverages nutrient-dense ingredients to make delicious, indulgent cookies with health benefits.On this episode of Queer Money, Nick joins us to describe how building Mmmly helped him heal from childhood trauma and share the creative aspects of building a business he loves most.Nick discusses how he used a combination of bootstrapping and investor money to fund Mmmly, explaining what it means that the ‘entrepreneur eats last’ and how that can become a problem.Listen in for Nick’s advice to other queer entrepreneurs and learn how to build a successful consumer brand—without losing yourself in the process!Topics Covered How Nick turned to food for comfort when he was bullied for being gayHow Nick’s love of comfort food inspired his mission to create a healthy indulgenceWhat makes Mmmly the good-for-you cookie brand (and why other brands don’t use healthier ingredients)How building Mmmly helped Nick heal from his childhood traumaWhat Nick loves most about the creative aspects of building a business What the recipe development process is like and how Nick knew when a cookie was ready for productionHow Nick used a combination of bootstrapping and investor money to fund MmmlyWhat it means that the ‘entrepreneur eats last’ and how that can be a problemWhy Nick is merging Mmmly with another company and what that means for his investorsHow it works when a small consumer brand is on the shelves at a major retailerWhat Nick might have done differently to deal with narrow margins early onNick’s advice for LGBTQ entrepreneurs on creating a network of support and not losing yourself in the process of building a companyFor the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial IndependenceMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
The transgender community has taken the brunt of most of the anti-LGBTQ legislation that is being proposed and passed in the Christian Industrial Complex's attacks on the LGBTQ community recently. So where are safe places that are also affordable for the trans community in the US? This is Queer Money episode #517. Today, we’re diving into the top 10 most affordable transgender-friendly cities.Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off385: Wisconsin419: New York439: Minnesota445: Maryland459: Illinois433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on TiktokMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
Curious how the uber-rich protect their wealth?If you knew the secrets of ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWIs), could you leverage their approach to money management to grow your own wealth?Tim Volk, CFP, is Founder and Principal at T. Volk & Company Consulting, a boutique financial advisory firm that serves ultra-high-net-worth families. He also hosts TheRainbow Bull Podcast.On this episode of Queer Money, Tim joins us to share the secrets of the uber-rich, describing what UHNWIs do to transfer and mitigate risk.Tim explains how the uber-rich think about money in the long-term and challenges the LGBTQ+ community to adopt a future-self approach to spending.Listen in for insight on raising kids who don’t feel entitled and learn what you can do to join the ranks of the emerging affluent or uber-rich. Topics Covered How wealth managers define ultra-high-net-worth individualsWhat we can learn about the complexities of wealth from Crazy Rich Asians The differences between families of UHNWI and the LGBTQ+ communityWhy the queer community isn’t saving enough for retirement How Tim helps the emerging affluent manage capital through a family officeHow ultra-high-net-worth families transfer and mitigate risk Why Tim suggests choosing a life insurance policy with long-term care benefitsHow celebrities and the uber-rich aren’t immune to lifestyle creepWhat we can do to avoid raising entitled kids at any socio-economic statusTim’s future self approach to thinking about money in the long-termThe lasting impact of a financially empowered gay communityTim’s advice on what you and I can do to become ultra-high-net-worthTim’s challenge to focus on spending to bring joy to yourself and othersHow to deal with the dating dynamics of financial inequality Why it’s crucial for the LGBTQ+ community to stick togetherFor the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial IndependenceMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
“Why is it so expensive to be gay?” A common sentiment that we hear from many in the LGBTQ+ community. Much of that has to do with where we choose or end up living since housing costs for many make up anywhere between thirty to fifty percent of their take home pay.If you’re one of the few LGBTQ folks with lots of cash, these are the top 5 most expensive cities for you to check out. If you don't have the cash, these could be cities to either aspire to live in or to avoid for your financial and mental health. This is Queer Money episode #515. Today, we’re diving into the top 5 most expensive cities for LGBTQ+ folks. Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off423: New Jersey419: New York467: Florida475: California433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on TiktokMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
We all have a money story. And for many of us in the LGBTQ community, it’s a negative narrative.Maybe you were taught that money is the root of all evil. That there’s never enough to go around. Or that you have to work hard to make money.Worse yet, you may believe that you don’t deserve financial stability, let alone financial freedom.So, what can we do to recover from the childhood traumas that are affecting our money today?Scott Clover is an intuitive guide who helps people release old patterns and heal themselves using skilled intuition, body energy and somatic technologies.On this episode of Queer Money, Scott joins us to discuss the most common patterns and behaviors exhibited by individuals with financial trauma.Scott explains how being queer might influence your relationship with money and describes how releasing internalized shame leads to better financial decisions.Listen in for Scott’s insight on using money in a way that strengthens your self-worth and learn how to rewrite your money story and start building an affirming relationship with your finances today!Topics Covered How Scott defines intuitive healing and how it helps you change your behaviorThe reciprocity mindset you need to achieve financial stabilityWhy accepting your existing financial reality is the first step to building an affirming relationship with moneyThe most common patterns and behaviors exhibited by individuals with financial traumaHow being part of the LGBTQ community might influence your relationship with moneyHow to tell if past trauma is affecting your finances as an adultThe power of releasing internalized shame and family expectations How comparing ourselves with others on social media keeps us stuck in judgement (and what to do about it)Breaking the stereotypes of what queer people are supposed to do, e.g.: stereotypical careersHow to use money in a way that builds your self-worthHow incorporating esteemable acts into our daily lives improves our wellbeingWhy you might consider energy healing if traditional therapy doesn’t work for youFor the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial IndependenceMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
Where can I retire that is both affordable and LGBTQ friendly?We get this question a lot, especially as comments on our Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities series content. This is Queer Money episode #513. Today, we’re diving into the top 10 most affordable retirement locations for LGBTQ+ folks. Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off385: Wisconsin387: West Virginia407: Pennsylvania413: Ohio419: New York451: Kentucky433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on TiktokMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
40 years ago, the US changed its approach to retirement. But those changes shifted the risk from the government and corporations to individuals. And now, nearly half of middle-class retirees will be downwardly mobile into poverty or near-poverty in their golden years. So, what can we do to solve the retirement crisis in America?Teresa Ghilarducci is the nationally recognized labor economist behind the new book, Work, Retire, Repeat. After an illustrious 25-year tenure at Notre Dame, Teresa joined the New School for Social Research in 2008. She has spent her career advocating pension reform.On this episode of Queer Money, Teresa joins us to discuss what’s behind the retirement crisis in the US and explore what we can do to secure a dignified retirement for all.Teresa explains why raising the retirement age isn’t the answer, exploring how the current system creates more inequality and harms low-wage older workers.Listen in for insight on how life cycle disparities affect LGBTQ individuals and learn how Teresa’s Gray New Deal will help solve the retirement crisis in America.Topics Covered What’s behind the retirement crisis in America and its political implicationsThe risks associated with a pension-only retirement program 4 levers we can pull as voters, consumers, investors and workers to secure a dignified retirementWhy raising the retirement age shouldn’t be the sole solution to the retirement crisisWhy academics and politicians are arbiters of the ‘work-longer consensus’How changes to the retirement system create more inequality and harm low-wage older workersHow life cycle disparities impact LGBTQ individuals and other marginalized communities2 key tenets of Teresa’s Gray New Deal and how it would help Americans in retirementHow economic security is even more important than equalityWhat listeners can do to support the adoption of Teresa’s Gray New DealFor the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial IndependenceMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
Tens of thousands of small towns are scattered across the United States. Yet many of us have been lead to believe that none of these are great places for LGBTQ folks. Is this true?Today we're looking at affordable LGBTQ+ friendly small towns, or places with a population of less than 50,000.This is Queer Money episode #511. Today, we’re diving into 5 affordable small towns that are great spots for LGBTQ folks.Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off383: Wyoming401: South Dakota451: Kentucky453: Kansas433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on TiktokMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
We’re drawn to drag queens and love being entertained by them.But have you ever thought about what it takes to build a business as a drag performer? How much do they invest in costumes, makeup and marketing?How do you make drag a full-time job?Jessica L’Whor is an up-and-coming national queen who got her big break winning the Colorado State University Drag Show in 2013.Since then, Jessica has been named Best New Queen on the Scene and Colorado’s Drag Entertainer of the Year.On this episode of Queer Money, Miss Jessica joins us to discuss the economics of being a drag performer and describe how she does financial forecasting for her business.Jessica explains what life was like before she got her big break and what she would do to avoid credit card debt if she could go back to the early days of her career.Listen in to understand how Jessica lives her core values—work hard, play hard and slay humble—and learn how to turn the hobby of being a drag queen into your main source of income.For the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial IndependenceMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
There are only 94 cities in the US with a population over 250,000. This means that there are thousands of small cities and towns across the country. So, today we're looking at affordable LGBTQ+ friendly places in small-sized cities, which are cities with a population between 50,000 and 250,000. This is Queer Money episode #509. Today, we’re diving into 5 affordable cities within small cities that are great spots for LGBTQ folks.Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off387: West Virginia385: Wisconsin435: Missouri455: Iowa459: Illinois433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on TiktokMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
What does the budget of a queer indie film look like? What if you could invest in an LGBTQ movie as part of your diverse portfolio?Gabe Dunn is a New York Times bestselling author, screenwriter and filmmaker whowrites for the Netflix series BIG MOUTH and hosts the Bad With Money podcast.Gabe’s short film Grindr Baby was named one of five Frameline Voices for emerging LGBTQ directors in 2023, and his latest project, You & I, You & Me, starts production next month.This is Queer Money episode 508 and today Gabe joins us to discuss the economics of making a transgender movie, sharing the budget for You & I, You & Me and some of the surprising expenses associated with producing an indie film.Topics Covered:The themes of Gabe’s trans romance You & I, You & MeWhy it’s important for Gabe to tell a story like thisHow the queer community came together to support Gabe’s filmProving that there’s an audience for a film like You & I, You & MeThe influx of LGBTQ movies at top-tier film festivalsThe benefits of investing in an independent filmWhat inspired Gabe to tell the story of You & I, You & MeThe differences between indie films and big-budget studio movies How much it will cost Gabe to make You & I, You & MeThe surprising expenses associated with making an indie filmWhat your money would be used for if you invest in Gabe’s filmHow to get involved in funding/promoting Gabe’s movieFor the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial IndependenceMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
Unpopular opinion alert! Not everyone wants to live in a big city.For that reason, we're looking at affordable LGBTQ+ friendly places in medium-sized cities, which are cities with a population between 250,000 and 1,000,000. This is Queer Money episode #507. Today, we’re diving into 5 affordable cities within medium cities that are great spots for LGBTQ folks.Get the dynamic list of Affordable LGBTQ+ Friendly Cities in the U.S. here. Watch this week's episode on YouTubeWatch last week's episode on YouTubeDon't miss the other states we've covered in this Gay Cities seriesPast episodes mentioned in this episode:381: The Series Kick Off413: Ohio419: New York455: Iowa433: Top 10 Cities Part 1485: Top 10 Cities Part 2487: Top Surprises497: Blue States499: Purple States501: Red StatesFollow us:Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money InstagramQueer Money on TiktokMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
In a society that endorses hustle culture, burnout is common. But conventional advice on how to overcome burnout is inadequate. A meditation app, yoga class or scented candle won’t undo the chronic exposure to stress that’s behind our exhaustion.So, how do we identify what’s triggering our stress? And what can we do to reverse our symptoms of burnout?Piggy and Kitty (otherwise known as Jess Fickett and Lauren Torres) are the award-winning bloggers and podcasting team behind Bitches Get Riches, a platform that helps young people become competent adults in their finances, careers and personal lives.They are also the creators of The Burnout Workshop, a self-guided course designed to empower students to recognize what’s triggering their burnout and design a concrete plan for change.On this episode of Queer Money, Jess and Lauren join us to explain what happens to us physiologically when we experience consistent, ongoing exposure to high levels of stress.Jess and Lauren explain why institutional or systemic factors make you more prone to burnout than personal factors, challenging us to use our privilege to get rid of burnout culture in the workplace.Listen in for insight on maintaining a high quality of life while pursuing your goals and learn how Jess and Lauren’s Burnout Workshop can help you overcome burnout for a healthier, happier life!For the resources and to connect with our guests, get the show notes at: https://queermoneypodcast.com/subscribe Follow us:Queer Money Instagram Queer Money YouTubeQueer Money on TiktokDownload your FREE Queer Money Kickstarter a 9-step Guide to Kickstart Your Journey to Financial IndependenceMentioned in this episode:Click here to find out how to get financial help adopting children
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