Fraternity Foodie

Check out our latest podcast interviews (and food suggestions) from all over North America!

Ruth B. Carter, Esq: Can employers use your social media posts to make hiring decisions about you?

Our next guest is Ruth B. Carter, Esq! Here’s what they are really good at: • Persuasive Writing – like nasty-grams and court filings • Contracts, including terms of service and privacy policies – They use my past work as guidance • USPTO Trademark Applications – including keeping you informed throughout the process, even when the update is that there is no update • Explaining how the law works in plain English In episode 284 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why they chose Oregon State, why they decided to get into the legal field, what things college students should not be posting online, if employers can use your social media posts in making hiring/termination decisions, what are the dangers of revenge p*rn, what can be done about anonymous accusations on YikYak to prevent innocent people/organizations from getting hurt, what students should be aware of (legally) if they decide to participate in a flash mob, what liability would your organization have by using an existing logo or brand in your rush t-shirt, and if graduates or college students doing an internship should be using social media while they are at work using company phones or computers. Enjoy! Link:....

Dana Miranda: What are good money management apps that you recommend for college students?

Our next guest is Dana Miranda! Dana is a certified educator in personal finance (CEPF®). She’s an expert in a broad range of personal finance topics, as well as entrepreneurship and productivity. She founded Healthy Rich, a platform for inclusive, budget-free financial education, and she’s passionate about supporting freelancers, entrepreneurs and other folks exploring self-employment, especially those who face barriers in traditional employment. Dana grew up in a working-class family in a small town in Wisconsin. When she joined the ranks of personal finance media in 2015, she found the niche led mostly by advice (and admonitions) from middle class white men, ignoring the broad diversity of our relationships with work and money. After leaving a leadership position with a popular personal finance company and spending two years as a freelance writer, she expanded Dana Media to bring more voices into personal finance media through freelancing and the company’s flagship site Healthy Rich. Dana has shared her financial expertise as a contributor with Forbes, The New York Times, CNBC, The Motley Fool, NextAdvisor, The Penny Hoarder and a column for Inc. Magazine. In episode 283 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Dana chose University of Wisconsin-Madison for....

Kathi Sohn: What is Body Memory Process?

Our next guest is Kathi Sohn, a distinguished Naval War College graduate who retired from a 36-year federal career to continue the powerful healing work created by her late husband, David William Sohn, called the Body Memory Process (BMP). This approach teaches childhood vow formation and facilitates vow discovery and release. For over 30 years, hundreds of clients have experienced profound life changes because of BMP, including release from health issues like diabetes and migraines, improved relationships and financial gain. Kathi now promotes her multi-media DIY BMP course and continues to promote the work to affect social-level healing. In episode number 282, we find out why Kathi chose University of Maryland, what was her motivation to get a Masters Degree at US Naval War College, what is Body Memory Process, what are some interesting case studies with Body Memory Process, what vows can get you into trouble in college, how childhood vow awareness prevent suicide and drug addiction, what is the surprising body memory reason you can’t seem to make a relationship work, the body memory reason why we have migraines, and how we can increase our income by discovering our vows about money. Enjoy! Link:

Alix Barth: How did anorexia start for you, and what did you learn through that process?

Alix Barth is the Owner/Founder of Alix Barth Nutrition, where she helps adults and teens make peace with food and their body image and teach them how to eat for the rest of their lives. Alix battled with anorexia through most of her teenage and young adult years. Through this she gained a significant amount of experience in nutrition and discovered how important our relationship with food and our body is to our overall health. Alix was a competitive triathlete for 6 years and also works with athletes in various sports – helping them with their nutrition, specifically for their sport and athletic goals. Alix’s passion is to educate and pour her heart into each and every client. Her goal as a Nutritionist is to teach adults and teens how to eat for the rest of their lives and do so in a mind and body they are kind to and enjoy being in! In episode 281 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Alix chose Texas Tech, how anorexia started for her and what she learned in that process, how nutrition is different for athletes versus normal folks, why diets don’t work, ways to get energy in....