Oooof. You all know how to humble a lil’ blogger like me. Since our last episode of ITSH (which you can check out here), I have received countless notes and emails from you thanking us, applauding us, connecting with us about what we’re doing.
*Bows and nods and says a heartfelt thank you* Your support honestly means so very much to me and Jen. It leaves me speechless.
It’s probably abundantly clear that we didn’t have a plan when we launched ITSH ten weeks ago. It goes against every fibre of my being to launch into a project without a plan – but we so badly wanted to just ‘do this’ that we jumped in head first and waited to see where things went. Sometimes your intuition outweighs your rational mind – and sometimes, that’s when magic happens.
Safe to say, each week – your reactions and support for this unplanned slice of life is my highlight. If you heard last week’s episode, you might understand why it made me so bashful when Jen suggested that ITSH is “my Paris”.
On the agenda to help ITSH grow is to get us off Soundcloud and migrate to something a little more podcast friendly. I hope to have this done in the next month or so – if you have any advice, please message me! I’m looking hard at Libsyn at the moment, but this all seems foreign to me. But enough of you have said you have problems with Soundcloud that I know it’s time to make switch – so I’m on it!
The second thing is – Sign up as an ITSH Insider!! Jen and I are looking to centralize all the communications we do about the podcast, guests, co-hosts and special episodes. The best way to stay in the loop is to get on the list! You can do that through this link here.
Once you’re on the list, we will also give you access to our FB Group where we’ll likely be doing show extras and ask questions and all that fun stuff too 🙂
On to today’s episode – my oh my. This one is a direct result of last week’s show about Money and Jealousy. Today, Jen and I dig into the notion of “Mean Girls” in blogging, how relationships form, dissolve and how we manage those emotions that come from being friends with people we technically compete with each day.
This is some heavy-ass emo lifting, if you ask me… We make good use and reference of this article.
I can’t wait to hear everyone’s stories!! Listen below, find us on Soundcloud (for now) and don’t forget to review us on iTunes.
Peace and love,