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Join host Brittney Lynn for The Day in the Life podcast for a glimpse into the daily lives of people from across the world who work in a variety of industries. Each interview explores the good, the bad and the funny moments that play out over a typical day as well as their successes, struggles and driving purposes.

Stepping into the lives of guests will encourage, inspire and challenge listeners as they share in each guest's trials and triumphs, learning that we are all connected and are more alike than we realize. The roles, titles and places may differ but we all take life one day at a time.

Day in the Life Brittney Lynn

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Join host Brittney Lynn for The Day in the Life podcast for a glimpse into the daily lives of people from across the world who work in a variety of industries. Each interview explores the good, the bad and the funny moments that play out over a typical day as well as their successes, struggles and driving purposes.

Stepping into the lives of guests will encourage, inspire and challenge listeners as they share in each guest's trials and triumphs, learning that we are all connected and are more alike than we realize. The roles, titles and places may differ but we all take life one day at a time.

    A Day in the Life Update

    A Day in the Life Update

    Sharing a quick update on the Day in the Life podcast. What’s been going on behind the scenes, the future, and more!
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    • 15 min
    MINISODE | How to Conserve Energy and Consume Less

    MINISODE | How to Conserve Energy and Consume Less

    This week I chatted with Sean Sublette who is a meteorologist and I loved his simple advice on how we can all make a big impact on our environment by making small changes in our daily lives.

    When it comes to making a difference with the effects on our environment, it can seem like a huge daunting task and that there's no way minor changes can't help but that's so not the case! Every little bit adds up and it can add up to massive change.

    While I do feel like I'm already doing a lot to help conserve energy (we have a smart thermostat, energy efficient appliances, use LED lights) there's always more I can do so I want this week's challenge to be all about conserving more energy and reducing my consumption!
     
    Full show notes at: http://dayinthelifepodcast.com/minisode30


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    • 7 min
    066 | Sean Sublette | Meteorologist

    066 | Sean Sublette | Meteorologist

     
    Today's interview is with Meteorologist Sean Sublette! With all of the hurricanes, wildfires, polar vortexes happening across the US, I thought it'd be interesting to bring on a Meteorologist to talk about what a day in their life is like!

    Sean shares: what it was like to work as a local network meteorologist and how those days different than the work he does now at Climate Central, his thoughts on climate change and how we can do small, incremental things to have a positive impact on our environment, what exactly is a polar vortex and how it actually plays into climate change, the margin of error in his job and how he handles criticism and so much more!

    Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!
     
    In today’s episode, you'll find out:
     
    What it's like to work as a local network meteorologist. Sean's thoughts on climate change and how it's related to polar vortexes. What a polar vortex actually is and what causes it. Incremental changes you can make in your life to have a positive impact on our environment. What he struggles with the most in his career. Misconceptions people have about meteorologists.

    Full show notes at: http://dayinthelifepodcast.com/066

    Links mentioned:
     
    Weather Bug app Dark Sky app Radar Scope app Climate Central Twitter  
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    • 1 tim. 5 min
    MINISODE | Let's Boost Our Moods by Drawing!

    MINISODE | Let's Boost Our Moods by Drawing!

    This week I chatted with Emily Mills who is obviously a creative and artistic genius. I made it clear how much I lack the skills to draw or be artistic in any sort of way, but after last week's minisode about stopping myself from saying that I "can't" do something, I'm trying to change my language and how I speak about my drawing skills.

    I then started looking into how drawing can positively impact your days -- and boy, I found a lot of research on this!

    Tune in to find out how drawing can boost your mood and positively impact your day to day life!
     
    Full show notes at: http://dayinthelifepodcast.com/minisode29

    Links mentioned:


    Day in the Life Minisode - What's Something You Feel Like You Can't Do Psychology Today - Drawing is a Simple Way to Improve Your Mood Very Well Mind - What is Art Therapy Very Well Mind - How To Relieve Stress with Art Therapy

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    • 7 min
    065 | Emily Mills | Illustrator

    065 | Emily Mills | Illustrator

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    Today's interview is with Illustrator Emily Mills! Emily & I met a conference last year and I got to see first hand what her illustration work looks like (I admit me creeping on her during the conference, ha!).

    We dive into what it's really like to be a full-time illustrator: She shares how she got started in the industry, how she uses illustrations to tell a story, what kind of clients she works with, how she gets inspired when she's not feeling creative, what she struggles with, misconceptions people have and so much more!

    As always, you can check out the full show notes for this episode at http://dayinthelifepodcast.com/065 and join in the conversation with other Day in the Life listeners in the Day in the Life Facebook group!

    Also...if you'd like to submit a guest for an upcoming episode, head on over to our website to submit!
     
    In today’s episode, you'll find out:
     
    If Emily always wanted to be an illustrator and how she got started. How Emily uses illustrations to tell a story. What she does to get inspired when she's not feeling creative. Her favorite type of illustrations to do. What she struggles with most in her career as an illustrator. Common misconceptions people have about the illustration community. One piece of advice she'd offer to someone who wants to become an illustrator. How to start drawing when you don't feel like you know anything about drawing.

    Full show notes at: http://dayinthelifepodcast.com/065

    Links mentioned:


    Adobe Procreate KanBan Deep Work Vic Lee About Emily:
    Emily Mills is a freelance illustrator, a sketchnoting fanatic, and author of “The Art of Visual Notetaking.” When she’s not serving her own clients, you can find her teaching online classes at SketchnoteAcademy.com. Emily lives just outside Nashville, TN with her husband.
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    Emily's Instagram Sketch Note Academy Instagram Portfolio Emily's book, The Art of Visual Notetaking Emily's online classes  
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    • 49 min
    MINISODE | What's Something That You Feel Like You "Can't" Do?

    MINISODE | What's Something That You Feel Like You "Can't" Do?

    This week I chatted with Sandy and Jeni from Namastream and our conversation got me thinking about how people approach things they feel like they "can't" do. It was eye-opening to me that neither Sandy nor Jeni had a software engineering background, yet here they are, creating an incredible software company.

    Like, have you told yourself your entire life that you "can't" do something for one reason or another? I know I have.

    I've told myself "I'm not athletic" "I can't draw" "I'm not smart enough/experienced enough to do XYZ"

    While I'm certainly not going to be the next Michael Jordan or Picasso, I can, in fact do some of these things, I just don't try because I won't be the best or the expert at it.

    Of course, this is perfectionism peeping it's ugly head into my subconscious again and I'm sure many of you may feel the same. It's uncomfortable to do new things but to quote marketing expert Seth Godin, "fear is a compass, not a barrier. It becomes a way to know what to do next, not an evil demon to be extinguished."

    Tune into this episode to find what you can do to start doing that one thing you feel like you "can't" do, but have always wanted to.
     
    Full show notes at: http://dayinthelifepodcast.com/minisode28  
     
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    • 7 min

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