This week Jenn is in Austin where she talks about her SXSW experience, her existential hair crisis, and how Vanderpump Rules influenced her final life changing hair decision. Jenn then goes into how she wishes the women in her life would read better self-help books, and how self-made isn't what those gurus want you to think it is. Finally, Jenn talks about some pop culture headlines of the day. Enjoy the show!
This week Jenn is back with stories about everything from her commemoration of her best friend's birthday, thoughts on culture in Atlanta, Mariah Carey's concert at the Fox Theater, and some musings on Catholic Lent vs. Protestant Lent. A fun episode for sure. Enjoy the show!
This week Jenn invites us to revel in the legend of Broseph O'Houlihan. BOH is Jenn's inner viking warrior who comes out when she has deep feelings about certain things and pours alcohol on them. Broseph O'Houlihan cares about things like justice and personal space, and maybe it ends up with her walking home in the rain while screaming at the sky. A fun episode, Jenn holds nothing back and you can learn a thing or two because you're not a Ginger Technicolor Shitshow.
After two weeks away, there's a lot to catch up on! In this super-sized episode, Jenn talks about the challenges of having three senior dogs and how it impacts everyday life and the sacrifices and adjustments that need to be made. Even if it means walking past the creepy dude who delivered Valentine's chocolates to your door last week. Hello, Dateline episode.
The Jenn talks about how negative experiences can have good outcomes and how it's always important to live by your value system alone, and not let anyone project their values and insecurities onto you. Some battles cannot be won, and sometimes you need to let go and pivot to something else.
Finally, Jenn wraps up the show with experiences from the Superbowl and the SCAD ATVFestival.
Enjoy the show!
Coming to you live from a Snow Day where no actual snow even happened, Jenn is here to talk about what's been going on these last couple of weeks. From a new found appreciation for her merry band of misfits, to an aggressive pivot into getting lost in the woods, the birth of her middle child, and finally her quest for the perfect desk chair complete, Jenn brings everyone on a journey that starts with asking your husband for tacos, and ends with your side piece bringing you carnitas. Enjoy the show!
If it sounds like Jenn is cracked out on espresso and the high energy of a good day... it's because she is. This week's episode has some fun anecdotes about age gaps, cheap seafood, and embracing who you are instead of using other people's standards as a barometer of your own worth and success. At the end of the day, it's your life, and you're going to have to deal with it, so you might as well do things that give you joy regardless of what people think.
And if you're a terrible person? Own it and surround yourself with other like minded terrible people. Birds of a feather and all of that.
Enjoy the show!
This week, Jenn talks about her newly released novel 'Some Die Just To Live' and the personal connection it has to her and her life. Then, she reveals how her life of unmerciless snark has come full circle in her rebuilding relationships within the figure skating community and how it leaves no amount of cringeworthy moments behind. Buckle up, Jenn's had wine while decorating Christmas trees tonight, and this is a deeply revealing episode.
** THIS IS NOT A POLITICAL PODCAST**
This podcast is about women, men, and survivors of trauma changing the culture in America towards women, minorities, and the culture of abuse. All sides of the issue can agree that how people are viewed who have suffered abuse are viewed. Jenn uses her own experiences alongside viewing the Kavanaugh hearings this week, and how certain things were magnified, some realizations were made, and what we as a nation can do to begin to change the narrative.
This week Jenn gets real about the disastrous week she had as a result of last week's podcast, and talks about the emotions it brought up, how she is dealing with it, and the decisions that had to be made because of it. Jenn then wraps up the episode with a hilarious recap of how the current 'Urban Husky Project' is going.
This week Jenn talks about a difficult weekend over her youngest's birthday and how that intertwined with putting together a memory board of her Dad in her homeoffice and the feelings that manifested with her current situation as a whole. She then goes into the roots of this experience dating back to 2008, which is something she rarely talks about.
There's a lot to unpack in this episode, and Jenn puts it all out there, because a sad weekend didn't just happen on its surface, it has been years in the making, and now that life has solid footing for some time now, she can have the courage to talk about it.
Definitely a must listen.