You know those money podcasts where financial experts teach you practical steps for maximizing your income? "Bad With Money" is the opposite of that. Gaby Dunn is anything but a financial expert. A self-described "bridge-burning livewire," she's always viewed money as an endless existential crisis - and she has a sneaking suspicion you do, too. So much of our identity and self-worth is caught up in how much money we have (or don't have), how hard it is to get it, and even harder to keep it. Money makes us freak out, cry, and do wildly inappropriate things. So how come nobody ever talks about it?
Join Gaby for conversations with comedians, artists, musicians, actors, her parents, a financial psychologist, her boyfriend, and many others about the ways that money makes us feel confused, hopeless, and terrified. This is a safe space to admit that you have no idea what you're doing either.
Gaby explores a variety of financial situations where practical advice is practically useless.
Gaby attempts to balance practical financial advice with her growing sense that the entire financial system is irreparably busted.
Gaby's in a panic after reading Jane Mayer's "Dark Money." You should be, too.
Why does the idea of a businessman as president make so much sense to people? Especially when the actual president is a terrible businessman?
Gaby tries to figure out why on earth people a) spend a fortune on weddings, and b) want to get married in the first place.
Gaby tries to understand the social philosophies behind her tax return.