Welcome to Spill the Soup, where host Marley Comito gives insight into the life of a teenager in these incredible times. I really want to make this podcast serve as a way for young adults, parents, and others to be able to connect to today’s teenagers and the voices of Jewish Gen-Z in a unique and personal way. Spill the Soup will help me share what it’s like to truly be a teenager in today’s ever-changing world with those who feel a disconnect from the teenagers they know to bridge that gap and help them gain a greater understanding than ever before.
3. Fear of FOMO: Balancing School & Social Life
How does a college student balance classes with a social life, work, Judaism, and taking a moment to breathe? This week Marley welcomes her "big sister" Rachel Hale, who has a monster schedule, but explains how she compartmentalizes things to get it all done, be productive, and occasionally get a decent night sleep.
2. Covid On Campus
Covid is everywhere, but how do you cope with the risks on a college campus when you're away from home? This week Marley brings on her friends Lily Solomon and Jessica Paul to discuss the timing of each of their positive tests, and how that's changed their approach to campus life.
1. Meeting The Roommate
Marley has made the transition to college life. But what's it like to live in a small dorm room WITH someone else? Marley and her roommate, Melanie Gubernik, discuss "roommate dating," making friends, and adjusting to life on their own away from home.
Season 2 Trailer: We're Back!
Marley's back! After a busy summer of work and getting ready for college, host Marley Comito sets up season 2, talking about the challenging adjustment of going from high school to college, learning to live with a roommate, finding a place to fit in on campus, balancing school and social, and so much more.
Anything you want to hear about this season? Let us know! E-mail the show at firstname.lastname@example.org
8. Celebrating Pride
Marley and her guests this week, Jaden Lehman and Zach Greenwald, kick off Pride month by talking about the coming out, the support they've found within the Twin Cities Jewish community, and offer tips to parents and allies alike.
7. Opening Up On Mental Health
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Marley and her guests open up their mental health ups and downs: When they recognized their struggles, how to talk (or not) with peers, and some important advice for parents.
Lots of shoutouts for the @realdepressionproject on Instagram.
1st shared Room - Good Stuff
College can be Like Camp - learning to Share -
Fun Conversation - best case - “not as best case”
the growth inherent, in the College Experience- discussed …
True give space - be “floor mates” before “room mates” even in the same room.
I love this pride episode. It was so open and i loved it. great job marley in season 1 and amazing job Jaden and Zach for being who you are!! fingers crossed for season 2!! 🤞🏳️🌈❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
So honest and refreshing!
Marley‘s podcast is truly honest and refreshing. It’s nice to hear her speak in a thoughtful way about issues and topics teens are dealing with each day.