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#30 - Steve Lee - Disability on a Budget

Nov. 12, 2020

"I can finally have a voice of my own" Steve Lee is a Chinese American comedian, writer, and director. His impactful short film "Dad I Love You" was submitted for the 2020 Easter Seals Disability Film Challenge. Produced an…

#29 - Justin Kayser - DJ On A Budget

Nov. 5, 2020

Comic turned Writer, turned DJ. Justin Kayser is a DJ on a Budget. New single is out! "It's Not The Last Time" on iTunes and Spotify. Music Intro Justin Kayser - Kayser (Mark Di Meo Remix) Instagram @justin_kayser Club Kays…

#28 - Anita Rexinger - Cancer & Creativity

Oct. 29, 2020

"Expectations lead to Emotional bankruptcy" How can recovery & creativity help while going through cancer? My friend and sister in recovery, Anita Rexinger, has some insights on the topic. Follow Anita on her healing journ…

#27 - Kenny Yun - Grief On A Budget

Oct. 22, 2020

"The intellectual approach to grief does not work" Kenny Yun (Lettuce Town Lies & The Kim Jung-Il Experience) is a solo performer artist from the San Francisco Bay Area. The passing of his mom in 2017 created a path to exp…

#26 - Dan Wilson - Pandemic Patio

Oct. 11, 2020

"I'm not afraid to show the cracks in my armor" Comedian, musician, and Troll destroyer. Dan and I talk about getting to the root of personal trauma. Get tissues if you need to cry and/or a punching bag if you need to work o…

#25 - James Quedado - Representation & Inclusion On A Budget

Sept. 17, 2020

"There's no returning to the great BEFORE" The person who controls the narrative controls the world. Co-Director James Quedado of Chinx is a short film that explores racism in the app hook up culture within the LGBT+ commun…

#24 - Jessica Irwin - Life Hacks From A Military Wife

Sept. 10, 2020

"Don't think about the next bridge until you cross the bridge you are on FIRST!" Self Care, Activism, Home Life. Fellow Kappa Delta sister, Jessica Irwin shares how military home life is applicable to living during a pandemi…

#23 - Nathan Williams - Saving the Clinton Street Theater

Sept. 6, 2020

"It instantly became home to me" Nathan Williams is an Actor and Activist on a mission to save the Clinton Street Theater, the last of the Art House Theaters on the West Coast. Don't let a pandemic stop a community's access…

#22 - Mo Collins - Save Your Nuts

Sept. 3, 2020

"I'm a squirrel with my nuts" Mo Collins from Fear the Walking Dead and MadTV. Mo knows a thing or two about Mental and Financial budgets. We take a closer look on the financial realities of being an actor and how to live su…

Bonus Stuff - Ep02 - Sovereign As F@&k

Aug. 31, 2020

Welcome to Season 3! This bonus episode is on Recovery on a Budget and Shout to Dean and Nora for supporting the Podcast! Are you a young adult bothered by someone's drinking? Here are 12 step Recovery Resources for the Fri…

#21 - Sam Wilcke - All The Feels on a Budget

Aug. 27, 2020

It's OK to create a relationship with your feelings. Sam Wilcke from You Tube Channel Wellbeing Thunderstorm visits the podcast to talk about his own emotional health, healing from trauma and living abundantly on an emotiona…

#20 - Activism On A Budget - Gina Rivera

Aug. 20, 2020

How does one be an Activist in both your personal and professional life while on a budget? Let's Find Out. My guest Gina Rivera is a Bi-Lingual Care Navigator for the Shanti Project in San Francisco, CA. You can follow Gina …

Bonus Stuff - Ep01 - Accepting Money During Hard Times

Aug. 16, 2020

Little side episodes of me sharing into the Podcast Universe. When things bug me, I have a tendency to keep it inside. So I'm trying a new thing and actually record my thoughts and start publishing them on what I learned, ho…

#19 - Cody Woods - Comedy During A Pandemic

Aug. 13, 2020

"Nothing sadder than a grown man with Dreams" My guest Cody Woods has appeared on Hulu, Season 3 of Comedy Central’s Hart of the City, The Comedy Shaq Network, as well as the Emmy nominated show, Mind Field. Cody helps to a…

#18 - Frank King - Suicide Super Powers

Aug. 6, 2020

Content Warning! - Frank and I deep dive into the subject matter of suicide. If you feel triggered, take a break, call a friend, decompress. These aren't easy subjects to talk about, but it helps and these are important conv…

#17 - Carlos Babcock - Scam Jose, CA

July 31, 2020

San Jose, CA isn't exactly known as a public transportation friendly city. Meet Carlos Babcock. He has lived without a car since 2003. We talk about how pandemics can start to shift the paradigm in accepting better transport…

#16 - Pandemic on a Budget Part 2

July 12, 2020

Part 2 of Pandemic on a Budget Isaac and I continue our discussion of Pandemic on a Budget. The Worker & the CEO relationship, Pandemic & Politics, The Perfect Virus, Coming to Work Sick & your Companies Sick Leave Policy, T…

Guest: Isaac Porras

#15 - Pandemic on a Budget Part 1

July 6, 2020

CEO and Founder of Solarcycle Power Isaac Porras and I talk about how Supply Chains, Office Life, Awakening Innovation and other sustainable topics that are affecting us during this Pandemic. Pandemic on a Budget let's talk …

Guest: Isaac Porras

#14 - Monique H. - Race & Recovery on a Budget

May 2, 2020

Race & Recovery on a budget. Monique and I have a candid convo on the recovery process while being a person of color in our recovery community. How we can be of service to other POCs (Persons of Color) as a resource that rec…

#13 - Mary Ladd - Cancer on A Budget

April 27, 2020

Recorded in December 2019. Cancer, Recovery, Maintaining the Creativity Spirit when facing possible death in the face. Mary Ladd tells it like it is when it comes to Cancer on a Budget and you'll get to hear an amazing Anth…

#12 - Jennifer Hollywood - Horror Films on a Budget

April 20, 2020

Recorded in December 2019 I sit with Jennifer Hollywood the Horror QUEEN! We talk about Horror films on a budget and their impact on us. Intro music Fans of Jimmy Century www.veecomedy.com @porasspodcast - Instagram & Twit…

#10 - Kaydee Kersten - Creativity On a Budget

Dec. 31, 2019

Creativity On a Budget. Kaydee Kersten and I first met at the San Francisco Comedy College about ten years ago. We recap on the last ten years on her creative path and where it has taken her in both personally and profession…

#11 - Inappropriate Things - Mental Health On a Budget

Dec. 31, 2019

I sit with Nick Mecir and Rob Maile founding members of Inappropriate Things. Things get real as we deep dive on how Nick healed from a psychotic break in 2016. The band also debuts a new song, Casandra. Intro/Entro Song Tra…

#09 - Sammy Harvell - Gender Reassignment on a Budget

Nov. 17, 2019

Meet Sammy. He went through gender reassignment on a budget in 2010. We talk about recovery and his transition experience while in recovery. From that experience to then create safe places and recovery resources for the tran…

Guest: Sammy Harvell