A Self-Help Podcast for the Uninitiated/Lazy/Perpetually Nomadic.
If you're here, it's because, for one reason or another, you're now aware that maybe you've been procrastinating for a while, putting off actions that could be propelling you into a more positive realm -
but instead, you're glued to the latest TV show you've committed to binging on.
I'm the laziest one in the room, so if I can do it, you certainly can too.
So let's hold each other accountable. Accountabilibuddies.
running on fumes (and other car analogies)
so i'm not gonna lie, craig - i'm past the point of empty right now.
i'm exhausted mentally.
every day, 7 days a week from before sun up to past sunset, i am at my computer working.
there are so many gears going at once, and i have to constantly switch them up that i feel like i'm not being efficient with my time.
even right now, as i record this, and probably even while i'm listening to it back in editing, i'll be thinking, "there are other things that i need to be doing right now."
but the truth is, i'm realizing that this little project that you're listening to has always been more about putting my intentions out into the world and using that to hold myself accountable.
i laid myself off
happy february everybody. i did the thing i said i was gonna do. i fired myself.
i'll be honest, this is the only time i've ever left a job without having "another job" lined up.
but blue, have you lost your damn mind? is this some kind of mid life crisis where you desperately cling to delusions of no responsibilities no working make hippie amanda something something?
yes! and no! i don't know yet!
the five hour rule
if it sounds like i recorded this episode while buried underground, it's because i did. spooky.
digital nomad 2021?
so i think i quit my job. and i don't have another job lined up. follow along as i contemplate throwing myself into a den of lions in this episode of "what the fuck have you done, blue?"
van life faq
this is a van life episode. i'm gonna answer a few of the weird questions i get when people find out i live in my great white shark.
some of my favorites are:
"what do you like, do in here?"
"doesn't it get hot?"
"how do you poop?"
and my favorite assumption -
"sooo i guess you don't shower?"
defining your priorities
i think on a previous episode, i spoke about how i'm always pushing several balls forward, very slowly, but it's happening. some balls roll forward for days and weeks, months even, while some balls get left behind. i'll glance over my shoulder at those couple of sad balls, but instead of abandoning them like i probably should, i give them a couple of nudges forward, hoping that will be enough to give them a purposeful life.
but it's fruitless. sometimes it's for naught. did i use that correctly?