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Day in the Life of Amanda Amato, Interior Designer

Day in the Life of Interior Designer Amanda Amato: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for an Interior Designer? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast with Amanda Amato to find out! #interiordesign #decorating #home

Today’s interview is with Amanda Amato who is an Interior Designer. If you know me personally or have been to my home, you already know how much I NEEDED this interview.

Amanda serves both residential and commercial clients throughout the U.S., both in person and online. She is a certified Design Psychology Professional and specializes in “happy interiors” that support people starting a new chapter of life. She has a decade of experience and guys…get ready to decorate the heck out of your house with her tips.  

During our conversation, we talk about how cost-effective ways to spruce up your home, how to figure out your design style, mistakes people make when designing their home, advice for people who have NO clue where to start (aka me), how she got started in the industry and advice for any aspiring interior designers out there!

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Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of Amanda Amato, Interior Designer

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • Advice she would give to someone who has no clue where to start with decorating their home.
  • One mistake she sees people make when designing their home and how to avoid it.
  • Cost-effective ways you can spruce up your home.
  • What your wardrobe can tell you about your interior design style.
  • How to figure out your “design style” for your home.
  • One piece of advice she’d offer to any aspiring interior designers listening.

What people find most surprising about her career.

Amanda Amato is the Founder and Principal Designer behind AMA Designs & Interiors, a design firm serving residential and commercial clients throughout USA. As a certified Design Psychology Professional, Amanda specializes in “happy interiors” that support people starting a new chapter of life. Whether it is your starter home or forever home, your environment should be a reflection of you and meet your needs—even if it’s temporary. With a decade of industry experience, Amanda creates intentional homes that elevate your living space and your headspace.

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How We Are Maximizing Our Credit Card Points This Year & How You Can Too

How We Are Maximizing Our Credit Card Points This Year & How You Can Too: Want to learn how you can maximize your credit cards to free flights? Check out this minisode on the Day in the Life podcast! #travel #creditcards #points

Today’s minisode we’re talking about credit card points!

The interview with Brandon was super insightful and helpful for me as a newbie to maximizing credit card points.

We’ve never really put time or energy into figuring out the best credit cards to use for the life we want to lead but that’s all changing this year!

I’ve even dubbed 2019 my “year of credit card points” 😂

In this episode, I’m sharing exactly what my husband and I plan on doing this year to fully maximize credit card points, which cards we’re going after this year, our “why” behind why we want to maximize our points and next and more.

Enjoy!

How We Are Maximizing Our Credit Card Points This Year & How You Can Too

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Day in the Life of Brandon Neth, Audience Growth Manager for FinanceBuzz.com

Day in the Life of Brandon Neth, Audience Growth Manager for FinanceBuzz.com: Ever wonder what a day in the life is like for a digital nomad? Check out this episode of the Day in the Life podcast with Brandon Neth to find out! #digitalnomad #financialindependence #worldtraveler

Hey, hey welcome back to the Day in the Life podcast!

Today’s interview is with Brandon Neth who is the Audience Growth Manager for a website called FinanceBuzz.com. I had never actually heard of this website before, shockingly, but of course I became quickly obsessed because y’all know I love talking about personal finance!

Brandon is a super interesting guy: he’s been to 64 countries, all 7 wonders of the world, 6 continents and have flown over 550 times. He credits it all to points, miles, frugality, FIRE… and last but certainly not least, his wife.

During our conversation, we talk about how he got started living the nomadic life, advice for people who also want to live a digital nomadic life, tips on how listeners can maximize their travel points and miles, what the LEAN fire movement is and his tips on how you can follow those principles.

Guys, I was taking COPIOUS notes during this episode. Brandon and ended up talking for over an hour after our recording!

Super great episode with an awesome guy and I’m excited for you guys to tune in.

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Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

Day in the Life of Brandon Neth, Audience Growth Manager for FinanceBuzz.com

Show notes

In today’s episode, you’ll find out:

  • How Brandon and his wife started living the nomadic lifestyle.
  • Advice he would give to listeners who also want to live the digital nomadic lifestyle.
  • The common misconception about how many credit cards you can have open and it not hurt your credit
  • How listeners can maximize their travel points/miles.
  • What the FIRE movement is and how the lean FIRE movement is different.
  • The best credit card to get if you want to maximize your points.
  • 3 big mistakes you can make when trying to maximize your credit card points and how to avoid them.
  • Why my husband and I got turned down from doing our debt free scream on Dave Ramsey’s show.

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Why I Stopped Following the News & How My Life Has Significantly Improved

Why I Stopped Following the News & How My Life Has Significantly Improved: Find out why I stopped watching the news...and how it's affected my life for the better in this podcast minisode. #news #positivity #inspiration

Today’s minisode we’re talking about why I stopped following the news.

Meg and I talked about social media and how she stopped sharing as much of her personal life on social media which led me to share how I’ve stopped paying attention to the news and I wanted to dive in deeper into this topic as I’m sure people have a variety of thoughts and feelings on this topic.

First off, it’s very difficult for me to “completely” turn off from any and all news as much of my career is based off of being on my computer/internet and being active on social media.

However, I have significantly reduced the amount of time I spend consuming the news, talking about the news, etc.

Tune in to find out why I did this, how it’s significantly improved my life, and why you need to consider removing the negative from your life to.

Why I Stopped Following the News & How My Life Has Significantly Improved

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