Episode 58 – Joining the Cult, Letters

We spend a lot of time this week talking about talking – or rather, talking about speaking in public – since WorldCon is just around the corner and the Wombat Test Subject (author Ursula Vernon) has to prep not one, but two speeches she probably won’t have to give. We follow that up with Kevin’s initial foray into Bullet Journalling, and wrap it all up with your letters and comments!

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Episode 57 – Disconnecting (Again), Cori Large

This week we will discuss the pros and cons of “disconnecting” as we are about to head off to a short get-away that will have spotty to no internet access. We also talk about balancing out productive and non-productive days. Finally, we have an interview with friend of the show and long-time listener Cori Large, to find out how she stays organized.

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Episode 46 – May Letters

Hi everyone! It is the second week of the month, and that means it is time to read your letters and answer your questions! We had a great selection this month. We also have a giveaway! You can win a copy of Teresa Colon’s new book “Seeing Ourselves Through God’s Eyes” by following the instructions in the episode. I’d like to thank Teresa for the copy, and hope you enjoy this week’s episode.

*** The winner of the drawing  was announced in Episode 48 ***
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Episode 33 – Refills, Endings, and Letters

Kevin was in an office supply store alone and without a minder, and that means new things to review! In particular, the new line of TUL refills from Office Depot, and so we’ll take a look at all four packs, as well as the stickers that go with them. And then we talk about the recent events in and around the Wombat Test Subject’s “On Hold” status, meeting deadlines, and end-of-life care for relatives. Finally, we read some of your letters, and have the contest results!

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