Wake Up/Wind Down Podcast

I have been listening to this podcast episode the last few nights while I soak in a bath. Since getting my first round of the Moderna vaccine, I found my energy level to take quite a dip around 7 PM. I haven’t experienced any adverse effects from my first round just a bit of lethargy. A new habit of mine is listening to the Wake Up/ Wind Down podcast while I walk to work in the morning and a few hours before heading to bed. Each day you can expect a new episode in the morning to wake up and one at night to wind down. What a concept! Love it!

This particular episode resonates because this year has been frustrating and I haven’t always managed the way I express and experience frustration very well. And learning to express frustration is an important tool. Take a moment and treat yourself to this gem of an episode. And remember, A really great way to create a pause is mindfulness.

We did it, Joe!

We made it to Spotify 🙂

It took some time, but I finally got the pod on Spotify. Boy is it fun to see something you’ve created on various platforms especially the ones I use day-to-day.

Episode 2: Alexis Crimes

Here it is, hot off the press. This episode was recorded earlier today on December 28. It features my best friend and former professional athlete Alexis Crimes. In it, we discuss the power of athleticism, being freshman starters for our High School basketball team, and Lex finding her style. This is another pandemic phone call check-in, enjoy!

Winter Break Shenanigans: I made a Podcast

Alright, well I finally did that thing I have saying I was going to do. I made a Podcast. It’s called A Little Bit of J. The first episode features my childhood friends, Emily & Haley. If you looking for something new, or merely need some audio to kill time on your walk, give it a listen! This is my first time playing with audio levels and using a plug-in microphone. Here’s to being a beginner and trying new things. A special thank you to everyone who has hyped me up this week! I might have just sat on the audio and never followed through if it wasn’t for the support from everyone. A big thank you.

-J