If you’re turned off by all the shouting out there these days and you’re looking for the kind of conversations you have at a really good cocktail party, then give a listen to Everyday Wonder, a weekly New Orleans-based podcast. Our premise is simple: you don’t need to be a New Age guru or have a lot of money or time to experience moments that matter. You just need to pay a little closer attention to the wonder that comes from living on this 4.5 billion-year-old planet we call home.
Less shouting, more talking, about COVID-19 rules
Subscribe: Rules. Love 'em or hate 'em, these pandemic times sure are requiring lots of them. In this episode, we step out of the "Whose side of rules are you on?" shouting match that's gripping America right now. Instead, talk as two friends who may not [...]
Life in the uncertain woods of COVID-19
"Sometimes people leave you. Halfway through the wood." Stephen Sondheim wrote those words for the song "No One Is Alone", part of the musical "Into the Woods."* But he very much could have written them for these times. Because so many of us feel [...]
Five different decades, one pandemic
A thirty-, forty-,fifty-,sixty- and seventy-something walk into a virtual Zoom bar....and compare five decades of notes on what it is to live through these COVID-19 times. That's what happens on this episode of Everyday Wonder. It's an episode that began with a desire to [...]
NOLA professor finds hope in virtual classroom
Have you ever had a conversation go somewhere you didn't expect it to go? That's what happens on this episode as our guest, educator and young adult book author Kelley Crawford, steers us away from talking about the pitfalls of virtual learning in these [...]
Life in COVID-19 exile isn’t one size fits all
COVID-19 may be a global pandemic, but each of us are experiencing it in our own way. And that's ok. While social media and popular opinion may lead us to believe there is a right way and a wrong way to get through these [...]
Thinking differently about organizations in COVID-19 times
COVID-19 has given us a chance to rethink the role of organizations like governments (and toilet paper suppliers!) in our lives. But what if we go beyond our bureaucratic image of organizations and think about them as any type of gathering that fosters human [...]
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Love this angle for a podcast. Lively conversation, easy to listen, wish I could join in. The world is too angry these days. Maybe if we just listen instead of shout we could change that.