Laura Herberg is a Detroit-based radio producer who has a hard time doing stuff. In this documentary-style podcast, she checks things off one episode at a time.
Ep 3 - Shop For A House
Laura has wanted to buy a house since she moved to Detroit in 2010. But the process is unknown and overwhelming, so she's avoided it. Well, in this episode of Complete Me, she finally goes house hunting. PHOTO: BEN NESS
BONUS - Mom's Reaction to Episode 2
Laura records her mom's reaction to Ep 2 - Lift the Ban. Episode 3 will be out soon.
Ep 2 - Lift The Ban (UPDATED AUDIO)
Laura lifts the ban that has kept her mom from visiting her in Detroit. (This version of the episode fixes an earlier issue that occurred while listening without headphones.)
Ep 1 - Pick Up Drums
Laura tries to break her pattern of leaving instruments behind by attempting to pick up a drum set she left at a former residence three years ago.
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I want to be the host's pal! Her to-do list items seem like small adventures and I just like listening along.
It's a perfect show for anyone who cares about the main character, Laura...
Don't expect to find any stories in these podcasts, or dramatic climaxes. Expect to go inside the head of a person in their mid-thirties that you will relate to, it's so relatable it feels completely redundant hearing thoughts that we all think every day. But if you're into someone overcoming mild apathy and revealing what it's like, consider giving it a listen. This is a great chance for Laura to actually use this as a platform to be as blunt as we all know she's capable and talk about real life fears and imperfections. What's it like to be single at 31 and getting older each day, good men are so hard to find these days, does she want kids? these would be fascinating insights that would really educate the viewers of this show.
I grew up next door to Laura & her family when she was little. It's great hearing her & her mom's voices for the first time in decades! Love the format!