E382 – Lillian’s Finances & Felines



Lillian Karabaic is a good friend of the show, and has been on many times in the past, but today she brings something new: “purr-sonal” finance!  Her new project, Get Your Money Together, aims to knock down the difficulties standing between the average person’s goals of savings and affording the things they need in their lives.  She also fills us in on a recent train journey across Europe & Asia, ending in Siberia.  Follow Lily’s regularly release personal finance podcast at Oh My Dollar.

As always, Thank you to our drink sponsor The Beer Mongers for providing libations and to all of our Patreon donors who keep us going.

Calendar
IT”S BIKETOBER!
Wheel Options during October for commuters in WA
Oct 12-22: Ciclopalooza! In San Antonio TX (more in news)
Oct 13-Nov 19: 7th Annual Coffeeneuring Challenge
Oct 15: Endurance Bikepacking Stories from Around the World (with Nathan Jones)
Oct 20-22: Freak Bike Fall
Oct 26-28: St. Johns River-to_Sea Loop Summit and Trail Celebration Deland, FL
Oct 27: The Beer Mongers Halloween Party Costumes,Music, Prizes
Oct 28: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS WITH GRANT PETERSEN. At Rivelo bike shop
Nov 18: Cranksgiving! With special guest Emcees!
Dec 1: Pedal Shift turns 100!
Dec. 15-17 BikeCraft 2017

Headlines
From bikeportland.org
11 questions for Keyonda McQuarters of Portland’s Black Girls Do Bike chapter

From semi-rad.com via Wayne Norman “Saw this post and film by Brendan Leonard and thought it might be something you would be interested in.”
CHOCOLATE SPOKES: A FILM ABOUT BICYCLES

From BikeloveJones, Beth Hamon’s Blog
refugee bikes: update

Mail
From E379, Robert R from FL helps us pronounce his city: “de-LAND. Sheesh…. :)”

A Tweet from Pedalshift’s Tour: A little callback from a past visit to @SprocketPodcast – this morning’s drink before ascending Leggett Hill? The kona coffee!

From E380, Harry Hugel: “Man, that intro music in the last episode ran FOREVER”

Brian Logan in NZ asks us Is “Hot Pizza!” a common replacement for a bicycle bell?

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One thought on “E382 – Lillian’s Finances & Felines

  1. Bells

    I like my Knog bell. It’s like jewlery,or art, or a fine musical instrument. It also doubles as a guide for my left brake and gear cables. It proudly adorns my fredliest bike.

    But do we really need to spring for a bell? Can’t we just say “ding” when necessary? Or perhaps “DUNG” if we need a really big bell sound?

    My points are mute if I am trying to get the attention of the ear-budded.

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