8 episodes

Welcome to Hey Uncle Tuck, Your Uncle’s Favorite Uncle podcast! I’m your host, Uncle Tuck, a talented photographer, passionate podcaster, and creative content creator based in the beautiful city of Wilmington, Delaware.

Join me on this exciting podcast journey as we dive into a myriad of fascinating topics. Get ready to explore my thoughts and insights on current events, pop culture, and captivating moments from the past and present.

One of the best parts of doing this podcast is getting to chat with and interview some of my dearest loved ones. As we have fun and make memories together, you’ll get to know them better.

In a world where it can be easy to become bogged down in negativity, I assure you that I will provide plenty of humor and sarcasm to keep you giggling throughout the episodes.

Join me on this fantastic audio journey and let Hey Uncle Tuck lighten your spirits and improve your day.

Let’s sit back, relax, and take in the show, shall we?

For video versions of the podcast and merchandise visit https://www.heyuncletuck.com

Hey Uncle Tuck, Your Uncle’s Favorite Uncle‪!‬ Lindsey Epps Tucker

    • Comedy

Welcome to Hey Uncle Tuck, Your Uncle’s Favorite Uncle podcast! I’m your host, Uncle Tuck, a talented photographer, passionate podcaster, and creative content creator based in the beautiful city of Wilmington, Delaware.

Join me on this exciting podcast journey as we dive into a myriad of fascinating topics. Get ready to explore my thoughts and insights on current events, pop culture, and captivating moments from the past and present.

One of the best parts of doing this podcast is getting to chat with and interview some of my dearest loved ones. As we have fun and make memories together, you’ll get to know them better.

In a world where it can be easy to become bogged down in negativity, I assure you that I will provide plenty of humor and sarcasm to keep you giggling throughout the episodes.

Join me on this fantastic audio journey and let Hey Uncle Tuck lighten your spirits and improve your day.

Let’s sit back, relax, and take in the show, shall we?

For video versions of the podcast and merchandise visit https://www.heyuncletuck.com

    Is a 50-50 Relationship Realistic The Untold Truth You Need to Know

    Is a 50-50 Relationship Realistic The Untold Truth You Need to Know

    Explore the untold truth about 50-50 relationships. From financial implications to emotional investment, this post breaks down the pros, cons, and cultural perspectives. Is a balanced partnership realistic? Find out now

    • 14 min
    Crossroads

    Crossroads

    In this podcast episode, Hey Uncle Tuck discusses the challenges of self-employment, including the insecurity of freelance work and personal self-doubt. Drawing inspiration from a friend, the host encourages listeners to confidently utilize their talents and resources to achieve their goals, emphasizing that success is not about waiting for the perfect time or resources, but about making the best of what one currently has.

    • 2 min
    Holding Back.

    Holding Back.

    Hey everyone, it’s your uncle’s favorite uncle, HeyUncleTuck!
    And I bet you’re wondering about the title “To be honest, I’ve been holding back”. So let me explain that for you. For those who know me and really know me, see that I’ve been kind of refraining from totally opening up on this podcast. And part of the reason I have been is because I was experiencing some self doubt. My personality isn’t the easiest, and I can be rough around the edges. But one thing is I’m always genuine.
    And once my friends started checking out the podcast, many asked, Why am I holding back? Not Mr. Straight no Chaser, LOL. So yeah, it definitely made me think, Why not? Share my thoughts, views, and sense of humor, along with my knack for storytelling, with the masses. Another thing I believed was holding me back was my need for perfection.
    I needed everything to be perfect
    Like I needed everything to be perfect, and yes, I’m guilty of not practicing what I preach, as I always stated it’s best to get started instead of waiting for the right moment. Because waiting for the right moment will have you doing just that—waiting.
    So here we are recording a new episode with my new train of thought of just getting it done. And as my buddy Jurel has told me many times, “bro, you’re starting off with gear that many didn’t have access to till they made it, and many are doing more with less.”
    That’s when it hit me
    That right there hit me, and it hit me hard. See, I’ve always had some really good equipment, as I’ve been a streamer, blogger, and dabble in some music making and video editing for quite some time now. But I always felt like I needed this, as it lacked the polished look I wanted. Or at least the look I thought I wanted or needed.
    Jurel was right. I was way ahead of the game with not just the gear but also the skillset, talent, and moxie (not the word he used, but it was the one that came to mind). So welcome to HEYUNCLETUCK 2.0.
    What you can expect to hear
    What you can expect to hear on this podcast are my views on a variety of subjects, including pop culture, music, love, and relationships. One could say I’m very well versed in a variety of subjects, but this is what you’re going to hear me talking about.

    • 3 min
    The Villain

    The Villain

    We are all villains in someone’s story
    Hey Uncle Tuck, here, your uncle’s favorite uncle.
    And welcome to Life According to Uncle Tuck.
    Every day is a new story. And with that, we tend to believe that the universe revolves around us throughout our lives. We would continue to live as if everything is connected to us in some manner, attempting to make the most of our life in the process of obtaining something.
    We live in the shape of stories that we want to tell the people we care about. All our travels and tribulations typically add up to an incredible story to tell future generations. Adventures in which we are the heroes, overcoming all odds to make our stories matter.
    I’d always had this wild notion about myself. In my kind of journey, I believe I am a good guy. I couldn’t possibly be a horrible character in my own story since I’m me, right?
    I’m the protagonist/actor in my story. Everyone else comes and goes, some engage with me, and some even play a part in my life journey.
    The majority of people are unwitting spectators.
    They’re just there for a few blinks of an eye. I do not think I’ll ever see them again.
    Others will be around to converse with me and to assist me in some way. They provide filler roles and assist with plot development, allowing tensions to rise or fall. They are the supporting characters who do everything they can to make my adventure a success. This group includes the bartender at my local watering hole, neighbors, and even a homeless person I gave change to on the street.
    Then there are the primary characters, who play minor or larger parts in various sub-stories of my life. Sometimes these storylines are linked, requiring the same person to play many roles, and in other circumstances, the person is immersed in a separate, smaller story. I’d list here all of the people who are close to me and with whom I have a relationship, such as coworkers, friends, relatives, and significant others.
    Finally, in my personal story, I have a small but sufficient number of villains. Devious characters attempting to tarnish my gleaming skin. I would only put a few people in this class, and I could even list them by name. They are my arch-nemesis and symbolize the polar opposite of me.
    As individuals live on, everyone is immersed in their own story, and the world appears to revolve around them. We are all living on the same planet, and while we may be physically close, our perceptions of the world are vastly different.
    The remainder of my journey plays out like a conventional tale.
    I must address or prevent the evildoers from damaging my inner circle. And each sub-story ends or begins with the ascension or fall of the villain.
    Understandably, I imagine myself to be existing in a personal adventure and tale. Most people, I assume, do. To make sense of the daily pandemonium, we must all create the correct story in our thoughts.
    However, viewing myself as the solitary brave warrior can lead to misconceptions about who the bad guy is in my stories.
    Because I believe everyone considers themselves to be a nice person.
    In addition, everyone admires the brave warrior.
    Let alone the fact that everyone believes their interests and values are correct.
    And knowing that means that even my villains are the good guys in their own stories. And perhaps I’m the villain in theirs.
    Worse, I could unintentionally become the bad guy in someone else’s adventure.
    Because there are no good guys and bad ones at the end of the day.
    It was just us versus. them.
    And confrontations that are either deliberate or unnecessarily created.
    So perhaps I should try to dismount my high horse.
    It’s not as though the entire world revolves around me. I don’t have to justify my behavior as divine or heroic all of the time.
    We should never pass judgment on another person’s story based on our own experiences. We don’t see the big picture most of the time because we’re blind to it. People may be going through things that are consu

    • 11 min
    Renaissance Man

    Renaissance Man

    I’m good!
    Where to begin? I’ll start by saying this isn’t my normal blog post. I would go as far as saying this is a return to my blogging roots. Honestly, I thought I wouldn’t see 50, but here I am. And it has been one heck of an adventure. Let’s see I’ve done so many things, on both sides of the morality scale.
    For example, I’ve done/ or been:
    DJ (1984-1994)
    Beat Maker/Producer (1986-2004; 2019-Present)
    Escort transportation/bodyguard & Brothel manager (1995-2006)
    Photographer (1983-Present)
    Web Designer (1997-Present)
    Graphic Designer/Photo editor/manipulator (2005-Present)
    Blogger (1999-Present) Vlogger (2012-Present)
    Audio & Video Editor (1992-Present)
    Podcaster (2017-Present)
    SEO / Analytics (2009-Present)
    As you see I kind of went in on a few things. But for the longest, I always felt that I never saw my full potential as I moved on to the next. But not totally abandoning any skills I acquired I just simply got vested into other things and moved on. Now here we are in 2021 and all these skills and talents I acquired I’m relying on them all for my current work, both professional and personal. Yet there was one thing I was lacking that I didn’t even realize. The belief that I was as good as people said I was. Often my friends brag on me about the things I know, have done, and are doing. But I just took it as friends just pumping me up. Then the BOREDinDE Podcast took off and is still growing. Getting feedback about that has really helped me see that I’m just that good. And now with Uncle Tuck, and the DJ Big Rush live stream. I’m really seeing that it wasn’t all for nothing. All the while having a great time.
    When I left my corporate job back in June 2021, I really wasn’t sure of my next move. But I found not one but two companies that saw my strengths and potential and brought me abroad. Who knew learning Google Analytics for my own would allow me to find employment utilizing those very same skills? I really owe this to my dad, who always instilled a thirst for learning. So doing a deep dive in books, taking classes, attending seminars trying to learn all about SEO management and Analytics really paid off. I’m able to utilize those talents and make money and keep growing and learning.
    Just the other day one of my homies, I can’t recall if it was G’Jurel, Mush, or Snook… called me a renaissance man. At first thought I was like Nah I don’t see it, but when I really sit down and think about it. I will be I guess I am, although I will still say I’m constantly learning and evolving. But I’ll take it.
    Sharing this with you all on this blog entry has got me in the zone. And I can’t wait to share this journey with you all on the Uncle Tuck Podcast. So be sure to subscribe and check out not just that podcast but BOREDinDE as well.
    Come take a ride with me on this fulfilling journey.

    • 3 min
    Legwork

    Legwork

    Hey Uncle Tuck here, and this episode of Life according to Uncle Tuck is about doing the legwork, especially when it comes to web designers. Far too often I see posts where people ask for help but they’re not clear with their needs.
    Those looking to have a website created.
    Please do yourself a major favor. Take a moment and write down (yes write down) what it is you want in a website… ecommerce, subscriptions, calendar bookings, email lists etc.
    When you start your search.
    With your web designer bring all of this up and be sure that they (the designer) takes the time to address each and every need and how they will address those needs in the creation of your website.
    I see all too often
    People searching for web designers but not being clear in what they need, and only being concerned about who’s cheapest. And cheap and affordable ARE NOT the same thing. Please know not all web designers are equal. Find a designer that can explain the plus and minuses of the variety of web hosting services out here as well as define how your needs for your site will be met.
    I have a client who is paying WAAAAY too much money for hosting services compared to her true needs.
    But her ‘web designer’ came recommended from a circle of friends and that is the platform they ‘create’ on. Which is why I say you need to be absolutely clear in what it is you want your website to be and have the designer take the time to go over how they will address your needs while discussing the cost. Somethings may need to be trimmed in order to meet YOUR BUDGET.
    You got to have a realistic view of what you can afford and what you want.
    Being thorough will save you in the long run and will clear the lane of those who can build a site through raw coding, and those who only know WYSIWYG builders. Bottom line have plenty of questions and expect plenty of answers from qualified designers.
    So check out the episode and until next time Peace and Love folks.

    • 10 min

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