Hi folks! This week Ursula and I will talk about how she went from nearly nothing due to having to plan her next several months of writing based on upcoming deadlines. We’ll also talk a little about the holiday here in the US, and wrap up with an amazing conversation with Nathanael Zurbruegg and how Nathanael stays productive!
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Hi folks! This week, we will talk about a realization many people are having now : that their workplace is toxic, and we will discuss our experiences with them. There is only one real solution if you find yourself in one – that is, finding a new job – and that isn’t easy in the pandemic. After that, we speak with community builder and advisor Juno Bacon, to find out how he stays productive.
Continue reading “Episode 167 – Not Toxic, Jono Bacon”
Hi folks! This week we talk about Kevin’s lack of self-care and his new hobby. We also talk about Ursula’s week off that isn’t, and a brief story about something amazing that happened as part of the fires in the western U.S. After that, Kevin has a long chat with author Annie Bellet, to find out how she stays productive.
Correction: I mis-attributed Gathering of Dragons to Annie. The author of that series is Milla Vane.
Continue reading “Episode 165 – Lego Zen, Annie Bellet”
this week, we will talk about the productivity impact the new kittens have had, and then take a bit of a trip down memory lane as Kevin talks about why this is one of his favorite times of the year. After that, we will catch up with Patricia Pinto, and find out how her productivity has changed since the last time we talked.
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We’ve had to deal with water issues this week, so there is a distinct lack of banter this week. But! We have an amazing catch-up interview with Dana Fraedrick, which should tide you over until we return to normal next week. We hope.
Continue reading “Episode 155 – Water Heater, Dana Fraedrich Redux”
After catching up on how we’ve been productive this week, we have a discussion about how changing the terms used has an impact on how people perceive things. After that, we have a chance to talk to Andrea Phillips about how she stays productive!
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This week we present the penultimate episode of year 3! That sounds WAY more exciting than it is, but there you go. We talk about raising Shepherds yurt, why Ursula (the Wombat CO-Host) was unable to attend, and what we got done this past week. We’ll follow that with an amazing conversation with Rick Heinz, author, game master, and project manager. Enjoy!
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Warning: This week’s topics include the sad fate of Topsy the Elephant, ADHD, Anxiety, and a whole lot of talk about chickens.
Hi folks! This week we talk about the things we are doing in our “not work” times to keep ourselves from losing it while Social Distancing/Quarantining here at home. We talk about the people who are discovering new hobbies, like ours, and the ones who are finding out that gardening or keeping chickens is not for them. We wrap up this week by talking to Brooke “Bo” Bolander, about how she stays productive!
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This week we will start to talk about the impact Ursula’s new medicine for ADHD is having on her, how it feels in her head and the initial impact on her work and productivity. We will then follow up with letters sent in by listeners!
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We’re taking a departure this week and will talk to Ursula about her writing process. This is enhanced by her joy with having a diagnosis for ADHD, and we’ll spend the first half this week talking about how that came about. We hope you enjoy it!
Continue reading “Episode 137 – Diagnosis and Process”