I played the trombone in my high school band. Each year was an audition process to make the Region, Area, and ultimately the Texas State concert band or Texas State orchestra. So each year in August I’d get the audition music and begin practicing. By the time auditions came around in November I was as
Starting off 2017 I had one singular goal. My singular focus for the month of January was to complete, with some friends, the Whole 30 challenge. And I quit it. If you’re unfamiliar with this, it is a meal plan with rigorous rules that say you can’t eat anything processed, or with added sugar, or
Getting a house ready to sell is really not a fun process. I walk my clients through what to do all the time and it’s never really impacted me to show them the places they need to paint or the closets that need decluttered. But we are now selling our current home and I took my
In this online universe, where we all are constantly consuming content that is educational, informational, entertaining, or this video of a pig dancing to Rihanna’s song Work, our appetite for content is never satiated. And in the demand for a constant stream of unlimited content, as a content creator it can be overwhelming to deliver consistently.
On this episode of The Casey Lewis Podcast, Casey answers questions about real estate, mortgages, and career transitions. He’s also answering questions live on Periscope this week at 1:00pm Central on the username @caseynlewis. Show Sponsor: Chris: “We’re thinking about selling our house. What do we need to do to get ready?” Janeene: We’re in
On this episode of The Casey Lewis Podcast, Casey answers 3 questions from the internet. One is about credit consolidation, another is about teaching kids about money, and the third is about auto finance. Also, if you have a question you’d like to have on the show, Casey will be on Periscope at 1:00pm Central
If Black Friday has taught us anything about the human race it’s that we’ll fight to the death over that last $9.99 toaster oven at Walmart. Okay, so you probably avoid the chaos that surrounds the Friday after a day of giving thanks for the blessings you already have. But the days between Thanksgiving and December
On this episode of The Casey Lewis Podcast we have guest co-host Clay Shaver ask the questions. There are some stories from the internet and a question about life insurance and another question about the grocery budget. Emily – “We’ve been married for about a year and we blow our grocery budget every month.