Episode 11 is here! Charlie, aka Kranitoko, who for years has run a successful YouTube channel, kranitokogames – https://www.youtube.com/user/KranitokoGames – discusses starting and running a YouTube channel, including the costs and benefits, and also discusses the difficulties that arose when his mother, whom he helped care for, became terminally ill.
Episode 10 is here, bringing the second part of the talk with Marie about online dating. Enjoy!
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Episode 9 is out! I talk with Marie about online dating, something we are both participating in, and in fact was how we met. Part 2 will be next Sunday.
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In this episode we speak with Martin, aka FibroJedi, who has created an online group for support and explaining fibromyalgia, a chronic pain disease he has, and to allow him creative outlets as well. We also talk about being a parent and how he finds the best ways to deal with his condition.
He’s online at fibrojedi.me.uk
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Episode 7 is here! Spencer talks about what he’s doing in his life, why he enjoys it and why it suits him. We also find out how his upbringing fed into his finding out what would work for him as an adult.
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Episode 6 is here! Andy didn’t do theater until he was an adult, and is shy to boot. So how did he start doing it? And what benefits has it had for him?
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Part two of Kimi’s interview is here! If anything it is more remarkable than the first part, which is saying something when you’re talking about Kimi.
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Episode 4 is here, and it is remarkable.
Kimi is Japanese, yet has lived all around the world. And she has also lived with a lot of difficulties and issues. She talks about all of that here.
“(I was) drowning myself in girls and video games and work…”
“I’ve got more issues than Time Magazine.”
“I didn’t speak until I was twelve…”
Kimi is the most remarkable person I know, and it was a treat to have her chat with me about her life–which mostly has to be quiet and closed off, for reasons she discusses in both episodes.
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Episode 3 is out! We talk with Brianna, a New Zealander who is dealing with depression and anxiety. She lets us know why she was diagnosed so late, what she’s doing about it now, and how she’s working to get better.
Episode 2, where I catch up with an old college friend, Mike. As it turns out, Mike has lived most of his adult life in Japan. We talk about how that happened; what he’s been up to; and what it’s like living in a foreign country–working, and even marrying and raising kids there.