Netflix (and other charges), the Runway Chef and a Tribute to RBG

October 05, 2020 NaN
Netflix (and other charges), the Runway Chef and a Tribute to RBG
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Show Notes

In this episode Dan and Drew are joined by friend of the podcast Jessica Steele, and lifestyle blogger Alyssa Ponticello.

In the first half of the program Dan, Drew, and Jess talk about the subscription economy. It seems like you can buy a subscription (or a subscription box) for absolutely anything these days. They also play a fun “Guess this streaming service” quiz. For the second half of the show, Dan and Drew are joined by Alyssa Ponticello from the blog, Runway Chef. Her expertise focuses on life’s luxuries on a budget. From luxuries to bargains, Alyssa talks about bargain hunting. Dan, Drew, and Jessica end the episode by talking about the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and her contributions to financial equity.

If you would like to give us your input, have any comments, or questions, email us at [email protected].

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Resources/Links:

The Steele Maiden Blog

The Runway Chef Blog

Twitter: @runwaychef

Instagram: @runwaychef

YouTube: Alyssa Ponticello

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