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It's no secret that Bachelor franchise alums often helm their own podcasts after searching for love on TV. On them, they dissect their relationships, the franchise's latest shenanigans, and what life is like for former reality show contestants. Running a podcast has become an almost inevitable milestone for many of these folks, but on Bachelor in Paradise, John Paul Jones made it clear he wasn't too pleased with Derek Peth's audio ventures. The Betchelor has kept him active in the Bachelor world before his return to the franchise. Derek first entered the Bachelor universe on JoJo Fletcher's Bachelorette season, but he wouldn't appear on TV again until a year later, when he joined Season 4 of Paradise in There, he met and fell in love with contestant Taylor Nolan, who he proposed to on the season's reunion show. The couple later broke up in June , eventually leading to Derek's appearance on Season 6 of Paradise. After falling for Demi Burnett and then later supporting her in her relationship with Kristian Haggerty, Derek began to pursue Tayshia Adams in Week 4, which upset her longtime admirer John Paul Jones. The tension between the two men culminated at the televised wedding of Paradise alums Chris Randone and Krystal Nielson.
A Laurel Road podcast. Side hustles, as we know, are a great way to add supplemental income, pay down your debt, indulge in a passion project or just make more money. I read an interesting article in Entrepreneur magazine recently on profit driven side hustles that could deliver at least a thousand dollars per month. Briarley, can you guess what the top three are? Briarley  Oh, I would have to say selling anything online. Drop shipping or…Poshmark. Alex  Pretty close. Number one is selling on eBay. Number two is recycling used smartphones.