We answer a listener question about raising kids when one parent is vegan and the other is not. We also discuss living in NYC vs London. Plus, we debrief Joseph’s 32nd birthday! #AskJoanna: If YOU have any questions about being in a mixed-race, culture, or diet relationship, or about living abroad, please leave me a … More #159: How do you raise a kid when only one parent is vegan?
It got HEATED on today’s episode, talking about the Meghan & Harry interview. Is the royal family really racist, or are we not getting the full story? We also give a wedding update, share our thoughts on Behind Her Eyes, and discuss the new child care legislation! #AskJoanna: If YOU have any questions about being … More #158: Meghan Markle, Wedding Update, Child Care
In light of all the Bachelor drama going on right now, Joseph and I dive deep into the concept of cancel culture– what are the merits and demerits, and when does it go too far? What is going on with Taylor Nolan? Should Chris Harrison be forgiven? We also talk about our recent discussion about … More #157: Cancel Culture – When does it go too far?
Joseph’s life crisis continues… we start with some rumblings about finding happiness, then go into #AskJoanna: how to stay healthy in quarantine, finding balance, our relationships with food, and how being multi-cultural affects our identities. If YOU have any questions or problems that you’d like us to help you out with, please leave me a … More #156: Our Relationships with Food, Identity Crises, Finding Balance
We’re making some fun changes to the pod! This is our first episode featuring our new segment, “Ask Joanna,” where we answer your advice questions around cross-cultural/cross-diet dating, as well as living abroad. Our first listener-submitted question today is about preventing resentment from brewing with our differing diets. We then talk about the arguments that … More #155: Conflicts around Cultural Differences / Introducing “Ask Joanna”
We’re continuing on with our discussion of French vs. American childhoods– this time we talk about our first kisses, middle school “relationships”, French prom, and family vacations. We also talk about the sexist remarks that Yoshiro Mori made last week, and what it will take for Japanese society to change. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher MY … More #154: French vs. American Childhoods Pt. 2: First Kisses, Dating, Prom
Do you like the new intro?? Today we’re talking about our upbringings! Joseph grew up in Paris, I in Tokyo and Maryland. We discuss and compare the French and American school systems, parenting styles, and diets. Part 2 will be next week! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher MY SOCIAL LINKS:Follow me on Instagram: @annawildmanTweet at me: @wildmannaEmail me: email@example.comYouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/annawildman … More #153: French vs. American Childhoods (Pt 1)
It’s now been 2 months since moving to the UK, and it’s affected our relationship in a few ways. Today we’re sharing how the move has brought out some insecurities, a new dynamic between us, and changes to our lifestyle. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher MY SOCIAL LINKS:Follow me on Instagram: @annawildmanTweet at me: @wildmannaEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgYouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/annawildman Intro/outro music by … More #152: How Moving to London Has Changed Our Relationship
Ah, the dreaded job hunt. It brings out all our worst insecurities and anxiety. I pretty much began my job hunting process from the moment we knew that we’d be moving to the UK, and it hasn’t been easy. Today, we’re discussing how my job hunt is going, switching careers toward digital marketing, and what … More #151: Switching Careers & Working In The UK (An Update)
In the midst of everything that’s happening in the U.S., we decided to have a bit more of a lighthearted episode to bring a bit of levity to a very heavy week. We’re testing Joseph’s knowledge of Britishisms and slang words not commonly used in the States or elsewhere. We also touch on why I’ve … More #150: Testing Our Knowledge of British Slang