Adulting is hard. No one taught us how to grow up in high school. This podcast will have Different segments that tell stories of my life and others.. including weird things that I have experienced, things I have seen, and the interesting people I have met along the way. I also will invite guests to talk about their lives and what they do in the first season!
So the strictest lockdown in Australia has just ended at midnight yesterday, much earlier than the predicted 6 days it would last. While, Adelaidians breathe a big sigh of relief, the Woodville pizza shop holds a bated breath as it deals with potential vandals to it’s premises...
Congratulations to the new President and Vice President of the United States of America!! Woohoo!! This episode I ramble on about the best Xiao Long Bao (soup dumplings) in Melbourne, Webtoons, the Election, and the joys of having two screen monitors to use. 🤣🤣
As I record this episode, Melbourne restrictions on movement and on retail have been mostly lifted! Hurray! But, it doesn’t mean that Covid-19 has died, it is still around and no one wants a third wave :(. I also talk about the anime that I started watching, which is sooo good! It’s called “Your lie in April”! Highly recommend if you haven’t already watched it..
In this exciting and super long episode... I have my first virtual guest on the show! I tried out the online collab option on Anchor and hopefully it turns out alright! Frank and I discuss whether being early or late for a date will determine the future of that potential relationship... tune in to the end to hear the secret code word!
Just another random update on the shenanigans of lockdown iso-life in Melbourne. Secretly spying on my neighbours, eating canned food, and thinking about how people look better with masks on.... and why do people keep wearing them wrong?! #rage
I spent a lot of money in my first few days in Melbourne buying things that I thought I might need... but actually never ended up using them! Just buy what you need instead of having stuff there “in case” you need it someday. Save your money and heartache when you have to throw it out coz its expired!
Felt like I should start a new series detailing my everyday life in Melbourne Victoria, which is currently in strictest lockdown Australia has seen so far during the pandemic. We are required to wear masks everywhere we go and many of the non-essential services have been closed. We can only for out for essential reasons like shopping, medical care, and to get tested. We are also allowed one hour a day to get exercise. We under a curfew at 8pm till 5am, where we can’t leave the house except for in an emergency or for essential work.
In this episode we interview Andrew, who is currently working as a radiographer. He gives us the low down on the typical daily life of a radiographer and the ups and downs of this profession. We also speak to him about his side hustles as an author, bloggers, and podcaster.
This kick starts my mini series of inviting guests to come talk about what they are currently studying or working in. In this particular episode I talk with a budding Pilot Dominic Tam about how he got into the aviation industry and what motivated him to study to become a pilot. Learn all about planes and the journey to become a pilot! Visit howtoadultwithjoy.com for more on careers!
Back in 2013, I happened to be in Japan at the same time my favourite Jrock band was doing a tour. This is my recount of my first time being at a Jrock concert and also how it felt to shake their hands!