Personal journal podcast of an American gay guy who now resides in the great country of Australia. I talk about my life, the places I go to, the food I eat, or anything I think about.
#62: Senseless / Spectrum
Today I am talking about my thoughts about arguing with my partner (and past partners) and how I've had a few people ask me lately if I am on the autism spectrum. I also talk about the strange thing I do in the mornings. I think I might have talked about that in the past, but want to hear it again? ;) Remember to do nice things for yourself! I hope everyone is doing well!
#61: Radio Silence
I talk about the misbalance between my personal and professional life. Basically, I talk about getting a new car and the little things happening to me.
Not even sure whether that title's a real word, but if not, that's okay. I talk about how I have almost gotten myself in trouble with my oversharing, how I never intended to become famous, and how I like my quiet life (for the most part). I talk about why I do this kind of thing too and why I am still chugging along. Complicated Noise is a work in progress as always… more like a never-ending testing ground. Visit it if you want to.
#59: Slowing the Pace
I'm slowing the pace of posting new episodes, officially this time. I'm too busy and work is consuming my life lately. I am stepping back from podcasting plans and simply planning for new episodes in the distant future. I also explain why it's not a 'good' or 'fun' thing to do anymore. I'm still hanging on though and still going to produce podcast episodes this year. See you all sooner or later.
#58: Hope for 2021
What are my plans for 2021 and what have I accomplished in 2020 despite all the craziness? I hope you have a really great year ahead!
#57: Australian Christmas
Happy holidays everyone, though I'm having a huge problem accepting that it's Christmas. It won't feel like Christmas unless it's cold and with family. Maybe I can go back to the USA next year? I talk about changes at work and what my plans are. Intro music: "Midwinter" by Dee Yan-Key