During this season of giving, Kathy and Michelle think about how empowering it is to be of service to others, as well as allowing other people to be of service to us.
Sometimes you just have to rant. Or vent. Or let all the steam out. It’s good for you! In this episode Michelle and Kathy open up about unrealistic expectations, demands on time, and even failure on their own parts to get all the stuff done. And Michelle even cusses a little. But doesn’t it feel better once you let it all out?
Sometimes life gets a little busy and you have to make extra efforts for self care, for downtime and rejuvenation, and maybe just a little bit of nothing. This show is a lot about nothing, with a meandering conversation about all of the busy happenings in Kathy’s and Michelle’s lives over the last few weeks. Join us as we talk about all of the little nothings that somehow add up to something.
Michelle and Kathy talk about Michelle’s long birthday weekend with friend in Georgia, and how they made their home accessible for her needs. Kathy talks about motivation to work out at Cabo Press. And together they decide that neither of them will probably ever scale Mount Shasta.
As we continue to think about legacy and impact, we consider our own impact and legacy and the desire to be change agents for the betterment of our own worlds.
In this episode, Michelle and Kathy talk about how the open source WordPress community is motivated more by collaboration than competition.
With summer winding down, Kathy and Michelle are getting in their last few trips before fall hits. It’s always good to take some time away from everything to rest, connect with your own self, your own needs, and your own care.
At WordCamp US, Matt Mullenweg announced that WordPress.com would be offering 100-Year domain and hosting plans for $38,000. Kathy and Michelle take a look at whether or not this is a marketing strategy or something that inspires us to consider what 100 years actually looks like. Kathy mentions the work done by mystery schools 100 years ago and…
After WordCamp US in National Harbor, Maryland, Kathy and Michelle chat about what we both got out of the event attracting 2,000 of our closest friends to learn, connect, and celebrate together.
Listen in for how you can connect with us at WCUS, where to find us and how to make the most of attending.