Autumn has come early in Sara's mind. She considers a name for the fandom, leads us on a guided meditation, and Bethy Squires returns for another installment of HobbyWatch to talk about the ethical minefield of upcycling, vintage, and fast fashion.
Sara has been in a rut, but compost tea and fungi are bringing her back to life. She tells you how to get a TV show on the air in 3 easy steps, recaps her miniature comedy show at the HaHa Hole, analyzes Bo Burnham's latest special, and considers retirement.
Sara reflects on releasing her first book during a pandemic and digs into the dirt of everything. In the first "Word On The Street" recurring segment, Sara and her sister Ross discuss the issue of homelessness, introduce a segment-within-a-segment called "They Mean Well," discuss soap-making and mission creep.
Sara discusses her current miniature projects, turning down work and toxic gratitude. Is she cheugy? Or is she grannycore? In the inaugural HobbyWatch segment, resident hobby & crafting expert Bethy Squires joins Sara to discuss rug tufting and butter churning.