Latest Episodes

12 – I Believe I Can Die

I Believe I Can Die

In episode 12, Anna finds it hard to process good news about her retirement and an invitational FKJ rant from a seasoned listener rocks her mismatched socks off. Laura’s Dad makes his podcast debut and provides meaningful and practical insight into why it’s important to write a will. With helpful reminders to get yourself a sea gull, make yourself a quill, write a rich fancy person will and DON’T SET THE TURTLES ON FIRE, you too will be excited to plan your Viking glitter sled into space burial. Whether you want to be whole or ashes, just let someone know, mmkay!

11 – A Dollar Is All I Need

A Dollar Is All I Need

In episode 11, Laura and Anna doth not take heed of their own advice and both their cards decline during the week. Anna is rich on Wednesday, poor on Thursday and hopes that she shall never run out of toilet paper again. She reminds us not to go hard and fast if you can’t sustain it, wisdom on many levels, and Laura demands that you make your money date and create new dreams out of old dreams that are better dreams. The biggest rant on pockets of all time reminds us of the saddest indictment of modern fashion and Anna says OWN YOUR SHOWER ROUTINE.

10 – If I Was A Rich Girl

If I Was A Rich Girl

Anna walks the walk cat walking and likens her current situation to a beautiful, melancholic analogy involving ropes and lifeboats and drowning. Laura and Anna face retirement with fixed feelings of excitement and dread, because although retirement is gobbledygook and saving is other peoples business, they still want you to build your life raft and be your future you!

9 – Got 99 Problems But Rich Aint One

Got 99 Problems But Rich Ain’t One

TRIGGER WARNING FOR SENSITIVE CONTENT. Laura and Anna reminisce on poor sad people things aka toblerone dinners and rich happy people things aka chest freezers. Getting hit with the hard truth about credit cards and having personal revelations in real-time, this one’s a humdinger! Anna demands that you take your shoulder pads and go be successful at life, reminding us that IT’S NOT LINEAR, LAURA. GOSH.