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Oct 6, 2021

Hey, Heifers! I will be attending She Podcasts Live next week, an awesome, women-led podcast conference, so I wanted to make this episode part life update, part Angus Eye Tea intro in case I don't have time to do a real one before I head out. I talk about the rough patch I’m in and how October is sort of my make or break month for EVERYTHING. NO PRESSURE HA HA HA. 

I’m so excited to see my friends and hopefully find my spark again at this conference. It helped me so much last time. Can’t wait to tell you all about it!

Moo,

Elaine

TIMESTAMPS

00:00 This episode is a lead up to She Podcast Live! 2021, my hopes and dreams for the conference, and trying to figure out what my next step in life is.

3:00 A quick recap on who I am and what this podcast is about! Specifically 2021: quit my job, 

9:15 My tarot has been really spooky lately.

12:00 I’m stressed about not having my episode of Sloshbucklers ready in time. I’ve been sitting on it for about six months. Eek.

14:00 My writing senses are back on! NaNoWriMo is around the corner! 

17:30 The continued fatigue of the pandemic. Thanks, Delta and anti-vaxxers.

20:00ish I am having good days, though!

21:15 I don’t want you to get the impression that my life is all rainbows and candy just because I come on here and giggle.

24:00 Outro!

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