Recap of a completely above reproach weekend of nerding out about homeschooling. Featuring unplugged solos by me.
13 Mondays til Christmas y’all. Just FYI.
This is the style of keychain I do a poor job of explaining in this episode:
keychain via Amazon
I never succeeded with journaling until I started reading the ones my gramma left behind.
This is the size book I am using. There are several different sizes available from the printing company but this is the particular one I’m accustomed to!
journal via Amazon
Although I aspired to be Nancy Drew as a child, I turned out to just be your average, run of the mill, odd adult who uses Instagram in my spare time.
*with special guests
For some odd reason we thought it would be a good idea to take our family on a ~5000 mile road trip in our ancient Suburban.
Had a successful home school day, so I decided to talk about it. Also mentioned a few current favorites on social media and latest iTunes downloads.
A key ingredient to developing #anoddadulthood is to work your way into some weird jobs.
Episode 1 told you who I am. Episode 2 tells you why/how I started this podcast, and what to expect from future shows. Spoiler alert – you can expect it to be a lot of me! Talking into the void! ha
Hi. I’m Lindz. Welcome to oddlyadulting.com and the podcast! This is not only the first post but also the first podcast – EVER. I’m learning as I go, so bear with me, but what I intend to offer with this podcast is about a half hour of uncomplicated, unsophisticated, and unedited stream-of-consciousness style entertainment covering a WIDE range of topics. I decided to, rather than pigeonholing myself into one topic of conversation, take the wider approach that I’ve got some odd ideas and an odd lifestyle, so why not discuss it all? I’ll do some opinions, some stories, some “day in the life” stuff, maybe even offer unsolicited advice (actually, that’s not a maybe, that’s guaranteed). I’ll search for words and probably get off topic a time or three. I’ll get interrupted by children or the neighborhood train. I’ll bring some friends (odd or otherwise) along for the ride too because that’s just more fun for you. I already have a notebook going with 20-something potential topics of conversation so… I think there’s a lot of potential here. Drop a comment about what you might want to hear about! Or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. And if, after you listen to the show, you thought it was worth your time? Tell a friend. If you hated it? Tell a frenemy. Ha, kidding!
Thanks for being here. Let’s do this!