Best Caitlin Shaw podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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A fitness and nutrition podcast for normal people who want to be more awesome. The people who are caught between just one more burpee and just one more cupcake: you are our people! Hosted by Joanna Shaw Flamm and Daphnie Yang.
 
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How I Get By is a show about what happens when the pursuit of happiness meets the pursuit of a paycheck. It’s a show about how people stay afloat—whether it’s with a dream job or a bullshit one, a job from hell or… no job.
 
Every Thursday afternoon from 1:00 – 3:00 pm ET, NASCAR veteran Jeff Holtzclaw, Heather Meyer of the Stock Car Gazette, RCR Development driver Tim George Jr. and Camping World Truck Series competitor Caitlin Shaw discuss the latest happenings in the world of NASCAR and welcome some of the top names in the sport as special guests. Recent guests include Brian Vickers, David Reutimann, Bill Elliott, Bobby Labonte, AJ Allmendinger, David Ragan, Jamie McMurray, Reed Sorenson, Regan Smith, David S ...
 
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Brian Gurien, a comedian and improver living in Brooklyn, talks about the reality of having a day job, which is currently a full-time, but not long-term, gig helping to set up passover camps in a couple of locales. Brian's admission that being in entertainment is NOT a long-term career option is unusual, and he's sticking with both comedy and i ...…
 
“Amy had a great rack. Then she got cancer.” Actress and writer Amy Marcs’s live show Nice T!its documents how losing her breasts to cancer affects how she feels about her body, her sexuality, her relationships, and more. We find out how a self-described private person ended up on stage talking about her breasts with complete strangers, and we ...…
 
To wrap up our Pregnancy Series, we’re talking to Real Life Mom Caitlin Kean (The Paper Year podcast) about pregnancy, birth, and all the unexpected complicated things that can happen after. From trouble with nursing to allergies to postpartum anxiety, Caitlin has amazing perspective and great advice on handling anything that comes your way as ...…
 
Oliver Sykes lives off a trust fund. It's doled out to him in $5300 monthly increments that are controlled by his mother and the investment account she set up for him. This source of income has been complicated for Oliver throughout his adult life, both enabling him to overly depend on it and in turn limiting his independence, and also causing ...…
 
We’re continuing our Pregnancy Series with the Third Trimester! It’s the final countdown, but there’s still tons to do: baby is growing fast, with bones, brains, and more getting ready for the real world. Daphnie and Joanna talk about prepping for labor and delivery, from kegels to classes. Links in this episode: More on the Third Trimester fro ...…
 
We’re continuing our Pregnancy Series with the Second Trimester! The middle third of pregnancy gets called The Golden Trimester, but is it also kind of boring? Daphnie and Joanna cover what’s going on in terms of symptoms, what changes might be necessary at the gym, and what to do if a growing pregnant body brings up body image issues. Links in ...…
 
Special guest Paul Gilmartin is a full-time podcaster through his show the Mental Illness Happy Hour, on which he talks to guests about their traumas, addictions, negative thinking and really- just about everything related to mental illness. He talks about getting to the point where he could make a living from the show, as he does currently, as ...…
 
The beginning of pregnancy is the First Trimester. So that’s the first three months, right? Wait, first 13 weeks? But hold on, when do the weeks start? Daphnie and Joanna explain it all, including what’s going on in a pregnant body, what symptoms come along for the ride, and what to think about in terms of fitness and nutrition when the thought ...…
 
In part 2 of our conversation with Caitlin, she talks specifically about working at Google as a software engineer, including everything from what she actually does in her job, what her work days are like (including the special Google perks), how much she earns, what her colleagues are like and what it's like working there as a woman programmer. ...…
 
This episode is unlike anything we’ve ever done on Just One More. As part of our pregnancy series, we wanted to share a series of audio diaries from the last year in which we hear from someone who is trying to get pregnant (that would be...Joanna) with all the feelings and hopes and disappointments and weirdness that entails. We hope you like i ...…
 
Caitlin is a dancer and choreographer, and she's also a software engineer at Google in New York. In the first part of two episodes, she talks about her various living situations over the years in New York, and a three-year stint in Denver, including her current one with a roommate in Brooklyn that she's much more happy with; learning to code, g ...…
 
To kick off our Pregnancy series, we’re revisiting this episode from May of 2016! Pregnancy is like a secret club where no one wants to tell you anything until you’re a member. Daphnie starts to break down the wall of secrecy by talking about how to treat your body if you’re trying to get pregnant, and how to stay fit and healthy throughout pre ...…
 
Antonio - known to his friends and clients as Chef Antonio - lives in San Francisco, where he does deliveries, participates in research studies and does personal chef work. He describes the tumultuous time he's had in the city, starting by moving into a nice townhouse in SoMA (South of Market) with his ex-, followed by their breakup and Antonio ...…
 
Lots of us are paying for gym memberships where we show up, walk past all of the weight machines we don’t know how to use, and hang out awkwardly in a corner using hand weights. That’s fine! But if you want to up your level of gym mastery, Daphnie explains how to correctly use some of the most common machines at your gym, which ones she loves, ...…
 
Deanna is a real estate agent in Portland, three and a half years into that profession. She defies virtually every stereotype and model of a real estate agent: she's an activist, she's (currently) a renter, and she's vegan. She talks about how much she makes as an agent currently, how much she'd like to make in the next year or two, and her amb ...…
 
There’s a new eating disorder in town (yay?) and just like a lot of diets, it’s masquerading as a “healthy lifestyle change”. Orthorexia, an obsession with “proper” or “healthful” eating, can be as dangerous as Anorexia or Bulimia, but it’s completely normalized in our culture. We work through how to recognize it in ourselves and others and off ...…
 
Angie lives with her boyfriend in a suburb of Detroit, studying nutritional psychology and working part-time as at a Mediterranean wrap/bowl joint. She also has multiple side gigs, everything from being a fetish model to trimming marijuana plants to selling hugs on the street. She talks about her wild journey that took her out of high school to ...…
 
Non-diet nutrition therapist Jenna Hollenstein’s book Eat to Love takes the ideas of intuitive eating and gives us a framework for putting them into practice: the six Buddhist paramitas. What does meditation have to do with fighting diet culture? Jenna explains how even those of us who aren’t religious can use mindfulness to transform our relat ...…
 
Jim is technically retired (he collects social security), but he earns a very substantial income from the rent he collects on about a dozen properties, both residential and commercial. He talks about how he got into real estate and real estate investing (it began when his wife gave him a 10-year warning that she was going to retire), various in ...…
 
You give valentines to your lover/partner/friends/kids. Now it’s time to give one to yourself! This week we name Five Ways to Love Your Body: indulgent treats that make you feel good AND are good for you. (Joanna told Daphnie she wasn’t allowed to include “working out”, so yeah, they are actually things you’ll want to do). Plus, we answer a sup ...…
 
Jordan is an aspiring musician who lives in Loveland, Colorado (about 20 minutes from Boulder) and does multiple gigs: she sells jewelry on Etsy, she bakes cakes for random friends’ events, she cleans houses, and, most importantly to her, she plays the harp and sings. She talks about the surprisingly high cost of housing in this part of central ...…
 
Push-ups! They are very hard, but people keep telling us to do them. Daphnie explains why they are so difficult (there’s an actual reason!) and why you should do them anyway, with lots of tips on correct form and approximately 100 variations so you don’t get bored. Plus we talk mushroom coffee in “This is Crazy, Right?” Links in this episode: J ...…
 
Did you ever wonder what it's like working in a fish cannery in Alaska? Matt talks about his experience working in an Alaska cannery for six weeks over the summer. He found out about the work through a friend, and saw it as an opportunity to do a "hard re-start" of his life after being disillusioned with work in the hospitality industry. He tal ...…
 
Our Google search histories are littered with diet plans we were pretty sure would change our lives. So, what would we learn if we could see what diets are getting searched the most around the world? This week, we’re breaking down two diets that are popping on Google Trends: Optavia and Veeramachaneni Ramakrishna. Plus we go to Pizza Hut in “Be ...…
 
Mark works as a cook at a brewery in Eugene; he also makes paintings which he occasionally sells, and does seasonal work as a maintenance man. He talks about his prior life, in which he made plenty of money but found that he just became overworked and a mindless consumer. Now he makes just enough money to get by on, with no real margin, but bel ...…
 
Lots of people feel anxious about going to the gym. What if I’m not wearing the right clothes? What if I don’t know how to do an exercise right and people notice? WHAT IF SOMEONE TALKS TO ME? Daphnie walks us through some common anxieties to help us find a gym life that feels comfortable and safe. Exercise is meant to lower your stress, not inc ...…
 
Steve lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he works with draft horses (similar to the Clydesdales from the Budweiser commercials). He runs carriage tours around town; he provides them to music festivals including Bonnaroo and Coachella, where they're mounted and used for security; and he uses them to teach team building to corporate groups. He's a ...…
 
If you’re looking for a way to make your eating life more awesome, we want to encourage you to add things IN instead of taking things OUT. So to get you started, we put together our list of our Top 5 Foods to Add In for great nutrients, powerful protein, and some gosh darn excitement when you’re bored of all your normal food. Plus: we row and f ...…
 
Sophia is a traveler who juggles a few different gigs, from a face painting business to more recently an Airbnb management company. She also earns passive income from the housecleaning business she started while living in Seattle.She talks about her various gigs, including the perils of being a house cleaner, as well as her tendency to work les ...…
 
There are two essential exercises you can’t escape when you strength train: squats and lunges. Daphnie explains why they matter and how to do them properly, and Joanna makes her come up with approximately one billion variations because no one likes a boring workout. Plus, does Daphnie really eat cookies for breakfast? We find out in “What Your ...…
 
Andrew owns and operates a drone as part of his living- he rents it out and his services operating it for photo and video shoots around the Los Angeles area; because it only makes up about 40% of his income, he also drives food and alcohol delivery (thru DoorDash and Saucey), and works another 20-30 hours a week as a valet at events; he talks a ...…
 
It’s the first week of January. Did you make a resolution? We’re here to trash it! Just kidding, we’re actually here to help you make a better resolution so you can sustain it and feel like a rockstar instead of feeling like a garbage failure by the end of January (trust us, we’ve been there). Here’s to kickstarting sustainable change! Plus, Da ...…
 
Melody is a stay-at-home mom of five kids in Peoria, a suburb of Phoenix, Arizona. She talks about managing the family's finances; how she and her husband re-structured their lives around his becoming an electrician and the path they've taken to get to the point where he makes six figures; how she networks online for free clothing and sporting ...…
 
Cookbook author and food advocate Leanne Brown tells us how her book Good and Cheap went from NYU thesis to Kickstarter phenomenon with a little help from Reddit. She explains why cooking can be extra stressful for people living at the poverty line and shares some of her favorite tips for eating well on $4 a day. Plus, what do “good” and “cheap ...…
 
Donte is a porn actor living in North Dakota. He talks about growing up poor with a single mom, his various gigs before he got into porn, including a stint in the Marines, and how and why he got into being a pornography performer, starting briefly when he was 19; he also discusses the logistical challenges of having bad credit, which is for the ...…
 
Travel and parties and family get-togethers sound fun and we really look forward to them, but when we feel overwhelmed or uncomfortable, it can make those experiences stressful and we miss out on what makes them special. This week Daphnie and Joanna suggest five tricks to help you stay in the moment, whether you’re visiting someone for the holi ...…
 
Lois is a retired middle and high school teacher living in Manassas, Virginia. She talks about her surprisingly lucrative retirement income (from state and county pensions, and then social security), how she's navigated discord in her family in relation to her family inheritance, and her unusual retirement activity: dumpster diving. She salvage ...…
 
Have you ever gone for a run after a long break and felt pain in your knees after? That’s your IT band talking to you! Daphnie explains what the IT band is, why it seems to cause pain at the drop of a hat, and the cheap and easy solution to getting back on your feet in no time. Plus, we talk reality TV diets in “This is Crazy, Right?” Links in ...…
 
AnnMarie lives in the Hudson Valley (NY) and has several vocations - herbalist, caregiver, outdoor education teacher, musician - and she's passionate about each one of them. She talks about her various jobs, why she chooses to maintain various gigs as opposed to focusing only on being an herbalist, for example, her shared living situation (incl ...…
 
It’s the time of year for buying gifts for all sorts of people in your life, and the time of year for making a wish list for yourself! Our second annual “Just One More” gift guide is full of Joanna and Daphnie’s favorite fitness and nutrition related gifts that normal people won’t think are a bummer (or a fat-shaming “hint” that makes you want ...…
 
Have you ever felt like you can’t stop thinking about your food choices? Like no matter what you do, you can’t make the “right” decision? If you’ve ever started a new diet convinced it was going to change your life, or cycled through dieting and binging, or just feel like food and diets take up too much space in your brain, you’ve got to hear f ...…
 
Anthony is a YouTube vlogger and Uber driver living in Huntsville, Alabama. He just returned to the U.S. after spending a long stint in Manila, the Philippines, where he was able to vlog professionally.He talks about the realities of being a vlogger, living in the Philippines, and his newest gig as an Uber driver in Huntsville, as well as what ...…
 
To celebrate our 150th episode, we’re taking time to laugh at our fitness foibles. Guest comedians Claire Yale, Emily Johnson, and Jenn Welch share hilarious stories of athletic hubris, and Daphnie and Joanna look back at the last three years of “Just One More”. Links in this episode: More from Claire, Emily, and Jenn, Patch workout equipment i ...…
 
Josie is a budding entrepreneur living in Montana- which turns out to be a great state for individuals starting their own businesses. And Josie's business? Chocolate! She's a maker of fine chocolates, and talks about what goes into making them, what it's like starting her business - including living in 'situational poverty' - and her former lif ...…
 
We all want to eat better and spend less money, but let’s be honest: it takes a lot of preparation to eat at home in a way that really is cheap, nutritious, and doesn’t take one million hours. This week, Daphnie and Joanna share how they handle meal planning and grocery shopping, including their best tips and their many failures. Plus, Daphnie ...…
 
Courtney, aka the Traveling Cocktalian, goes around the country bartending and bar consulting. She talks about her love of the craft, interacting with her 'guests' (in her world they don't call them 'customers'), her home base in Kansas City, where she owns a house with her partner/not-quite-husband, and what kind of life she's building toward ...…
 
This week we’re breaking down two diet services that are being marketed to millenials: Noom and Weight Watchers (oh, I’m so sorry, “WW”). What do they claim to be? What are they, actually? Why don’t we need them, and if we find their offers compelling, what can we do instead? Be warned, sneaky diets that are trying to pretend they aren’t diets: ...…
 
John is an adventurer who lives a little more than half the year in the Portland, Oregon area, with his partner, and the rest of the year up in Alaska, on the Kenai Peninsula south of Anchorage. His income is very minimal - in the $3000-6000/year range - and so he lives very simply, camping in a tent and often cooking outdoors. And he makes mon ...…
 
We carry a lot on our shoulders these days: giant purses, laptops, and the consequences of bad computer posture and hours of cell phone use. It’s no wonder that a lot of us have shoulder pain! Daphnie helps explain what our shoulders are made of, what causes all that pain, and what exercises we can do to strengthen our body’s biggest and most c ...…
 
Somiko is an apparel and accessories designer and has a body painting business, and for several years has been getting by as a lab rat in medical trials. She talks about what it's been like being a study Guinea pig, and how it's helped her support both herself as well as her partner and son.She's participated in studies not only in various part ...…
 
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