Hi everyone! This week, we talk about the cholera vaccine, how it may impact Kevin’s code homework for one of his job interviews. We also talk about Ursula’s latest projects, her latest contact announcement, and how this is all impacting her productivity. We wrap it all up by talking to Sharon J. Gochenour!
This week we are both in flurry of things that need to be done with deadlines in the very, very near future. It is stressful, and we talk about some of the side effects of that. We also discuss our progress on those projects, and wrap it all up by talking to artist and fellow traveller Laura Garabedian.
This week, we have a discussion of the pressure of starting the new year with a new planner an the push to make goals and change our habits RIGHT NOW. We also take a look at the EVO Planner, talk about Ursula’s reading on ADHD, an wrap it all up with an amazing conversation with Sebastian Marshall from Ultraworking.
This week, our Wombat Co-Host has returned, and we discuss how changes in routine can throw us way, way off. This includes changes to schedule, changes in stress levels, and how this impacts the ability to focus. We will follow this with a fantastic interview with Debra Baker. Enjoy!
Hi everyone. This week we have, in no particular order, an absent Teenager, a recovering Wombat Co-Host, and convention prep to be done. So we are going right to the interview with Biologist, Cartographer, Carpenter, and Writer Chris Scheiner. Enjoy!
This week we talk about some goals we have moved forward recently. This included the unexpected need to migrate from one hosting provider to another. We then discuss what to do when something just isn’t working, the joy of throwing things out, and finish the episode by talking to production potter Frank Gosar.
This week our Wombat Co-host is back, and we’ll talk about some of the challenges when scheduling her two really big projects that are due at about the same time. We then have an interview with Damien Ryan, and wrap up the show with a discussion of the quality of ditches to die in.
Note: Due to scheduling issues, this interview references an interview that has not aired yet. We’ll get it running.