Hi folks! After a relatively quiet week here at the Wombat Haus, we’ll give an update on the baby chickens, how many books Ursula finished so far, and what Kevin’s productivity looks like. You’ll also find out why two of the older chicks are now named Brunnhilde and Siegrune before we read your letters!
This week while Ursula continues to sign bookplates (for a different book this time) Kevin talks about starting the Build a Second Brain course, finishing projects and looking at the next one. After that, we read and respond to your letters.
This week we talk about both Kevin and Ursula’s last week, including the impact of getting vaccinated while getting over a cold, MAGFest, and why not to make New Year’s Resolutions. After that, we read your letters!
Another month, another batch of letters! But before that, we’ll check in with how Kevin is doing in his new role at work, Ursula’s reaction when she saw Kevin’s Calendar earlier in the day, and Ursula’s new art tool. Enjoy!
This week we talk about the completion and release of the big project Kevin has been working on for the last several weeks. We also talk about how a single appointment takes up an entire day in Ursula’s mind, compared to how it appears to Kevin. We also talk about the loneliest whale, the Bloop, and then we read your letters!
Ursula is out of town, and it is letters show time! And as part of that, we have a Shepherd Guest Co-Host for the week! We’ll briefly discuss how Shep does what needs doing, and then we’ll read and discuss your letters. PLUS BONUS CHICKEN MEMES IN THE SHOW NOTES!!
Hi Folks! This week we check in with our hosts Kevin and Ursula, and find out how they are being productive. We also discuss Ursula’s feelings about having to replace her laptop – before it is an emergency. After that, we’ll read your letters!
This week, we’ll talk about how we were and were not productive this week, as applicable. We also talk about the value (or lack of) feedback, gifts that are actually shackles, and what kind of horror Ursula does not like. And then we’ll read your letters, which is always fun!