Moving into a new house can be a hassle. But for actors and home renovators Corbin Bernsen (LA Law, Psych) and Amanda Pays (The Flash, Max Headroom), uprooting and changing locations is like therapy. They share how their spending habits have morphed from overabundance to frugality and simplicity, how the nomadic life has strengthened their relationship, and where they look for the best secondhand furniture. Of course, they also challenge Ed to travel with them across international borders, and reveal the houses that they regretted the most.
LESSONS FROM CORBIN & AMANDA:
- Sometimes we have to just live life...and then worry about the finances.
- Go where life takes you. It can help you get out of the grind.
- Wherever you are, honor what the environment tells you to do. Make the most of what’S there and adapt.
- Trying to expand through the cheap and fast route isn’t always the best solution in the long run.
TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE:
Amandaandcorbin.com - stay up to date on their latest work
Follow Amanda Pays on Instagram
Corbin Bernsen, actor / director / producer - check out his work in film & TV
Amanda Pays, actress - check out her work in film & TV
Richard Branson - will he ever invent a biofuel so Ed will finally get on a plane?
Santa Fe Southwestern style that was big in the 1980s
Judd Hirsch, actor who gave them 2 barns to use the wood
Steve Martin, actor / comedian who bought the first house they sold
The Cape, TV series - why Corbin had to move to Florida and left Amanda to raise 4 boys
Son Oliver Bernsen - artist, filmmaker
The Crucial Decade - and After: America, 1945-1960 by Eric Goldman
Robert Blake, actor
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