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We girls like to get it on too, as this playlist proves. She’s been the host of Money Girl, the top-rated weekly podcast, since 2008.Laura is frequently quoted in the national media and has been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, Al Jazeera, Bloomberg, NPR, MSN, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, US News and World Report, Consumer Reports, Forbes, Money Magazine, Kiplinger's Huffington Post, and many other radio, print, and online outlets.2017 Winner, Best Education Podcast, Podcast Awards 2016 Inductee, Podcasting Hall of Fame 2016 Winner, Academy of Podcaster, Best Education Podcast 2015 Nominee, Academy of Podcasters, Best Ideas & Education Podcast 2015 Nominee, Best Language Professionals Blog— Awards 2015 101 Best Websites for Writers — Writer's Digest 2015 Nominee, Best Education Podcast — Podcast Awards 2015 Top 50 Writing Blogs — Positive 2014 Best Arts, Books, and Entertainment Podcasts — The Telegraph 2014 Top 100 Language Lovers Blog — Awards 2014 Top 25 Language Professionals Blog — Awards 2014 101 Best Websites for Writers — Writer's Digest 2013 Best Classic Podcast — i Tunes 2013 Top 25 Language Professionals Blog — Awards 2012 Winner, Best Education Podcast — Podcast Awards 2012 Nominee, Best Education Podcast — Stitcher Awards 2012 Top 50 Blogs for Writers — Tribal Messenger Daily 2012 101 Best Websites for Writers — Writer's Digest ("Best of the Best") 2011 101 Best Websites for Writers — Writer's Digest 2010 101 Best Websites for Writers — Writer's Digest 2010 Best Classic Podcast — i Tunes 2010 Nominee, Best Education Podcast — Podcast Awards 2009 Best Classic Podcast — i Tunes 2009 Nominee, Best Education Podcast — Podcast Awards 2009 Nominee, Audie Awards 2008 Nominee, People's Choice — Podcast Awards 2007 Best of Non-Fiction Audiobooks of the Year — i Tunes 2008 Winner, Best Education Podcast — Podcast Awards 2007 Winner, Best Education Podcast — Podcast Awards 2007 Winner, Favorite Audio Program — Podcast Peer Awards 2006 Winner, Best Education Podcast — Podcast Peer Awards The Oprah Winfrey Show, Grammar Girl Fixes Common Mistakes, March 2007 "Mignon has come up with clever ideas to help even the most grammatically challenged person remember the rules." New York Times, Book Not Ready for Print? but an Arizona technical writer has turned the seemingly dry subject into a popular podcast." Reader's Digest, How a Grammar Girl Cleaned Up, February 2007 "Fogarty's experience is one more example of how the Web is making stars of regular folks with a special talent, a good idea, or both." Washington Post, Listen and Learn with Podcasts, February 2007 "Creator Mignon Fogarty has an engaging style that doesn't make you feel bad about misusing the word "badly."" Wall Street Journal, How to Be a Star in a You Tube World, May 2007 "So why does the show consistently rank in the top 40 podcasts on i Tunes? the Grammar Girl." Kansas City Star, "Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty Helps America Speak and Write Better" September, 2007 "Helpful. that debate once and for all." Chicago Tribune, Don't Get Carried Away on National Grammar Day, February 2008 "A more level-headed grammatical authority is Mignon Fogarty -- known to her Web visitors and podcast listeners as Grammar Girl." Stanford Magazine, Say It So, November/December 2007 "Fans say they're drawn by Fogarty's warm, accessible style. ' Mignon doesn't come across as judgmental . You Can Whip Up an Audiobook, May 2007 "By the end of that week, Ms. The root of all her success, of course, is a true love of language and grammar." Business Week, Don't Quit Your Day Job, Podcasters, April 2007 "Fogarty's success is more the exception than the rule among indie podcasters." Los Angeles Times “Delightfully droll.... sparked what you might call a worldwide, syntax-driven fiesta." CNN.com, Grammar Girl a Quick and Dirty Success, January 2007 "Grammar lessons often are associated with high school drudgery .
She lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and their yellow Lab.