Today we’re introducing a new interview series, “One Year In,” where guests share with us the ways their lives have changed in light of the past year’s pandemic. Our first guest is John Mleziva, founder of State Line Distillery in Madison, WI. John shared stories of the challenges his distillery and cocktail lounge have faced since last March, as well as the many creative ways he’s worked to keep it all going (we’re definitely intrigued by those cocktail kits…).
We all found it hilarious when that guy went viral because he couldn’t turn off the cat filter in a video meeting, but when Zoom mishaps have happened to us — not so funny! This week we tell our own stories of cameras accidentally left on and mics unmuted … and the mortifying results. Luckily, we’re able to laugh about them now, so listen along and laugh with (OK, at) us!
Do you ever feel like the people around you are smarter or more deserving of their success than you are? If your answer is yes, then you might struggle with impostor syndrome. This week, we talk about what impostor syndrome is — in fact, we take a test to determine if we have it (can you guess which two of us most definitely do?). Tune in to find out where you fall on the scale.
Valentine’s Day for some means a cozy dinner for two, candles glowing, a shared bottle of wine, sentimental gifts. But for a lot more of us, conventional dates are a thing of the past. This week we talk about how dating has evolved from our teen years through our single twenties and into our current married-with-kids status. Throw a pandemic in the mix and romance seems pretty hard to find. But is it any less of a date when that fancy dinner out becomes lunch from the Arby’s drive-thru? Listen in to hear how we’re currently finding that special alone time with our significant others.
You’re gonna love our guest this week! Kaley, a listener, contacted us recently with a great idea for an episode. As a newly engaged professional on the verge of her 30s, she wanted to hear our advice for our younger selves when we were at that stage in our lives. We figured, why not have her on the pod so we can share our wisdom with her directly? Luckily, she agreed to join us … and charmed us all (even Adam).