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We’re…just alright. All of us. I’m working to hold a space open for ‘normal’ people to share their story (whatever normal means).

Latest Episodes

Leland

Thirteen year old Leland joins me for this last scheduled episode of We’re Just Alright. He speaks with me about his entrepreneurial spirit and a few of the business he’s made a go of. Youth often have a different perspective on the world so we do a ‘lightning round’ where I ask Leland a bunch of questions and get his perspectives. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, or give it a star rating on iTunes. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

41 MINJAN 23
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Leland

James

Everything changed for James on April 1st, 1984. He beautifully and willingly shares about his life’s mountain tops and deep valleys. He describes his journey with grief and healing, career, family, spirituality, and other major pieces of what makes most of us human. His vulnerability is refreshing and it was a joy to speak with him. Look him up on twitter @JamesPrescott77. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, or give it a star rating on iTunes. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

83 MINJAN 16
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James

Connor

Connor takes time to tell us about his adventures and mis-adventures with living and working abroad as a digital nomad, learning about podcast editing, and having some fun with ‘fake ads’. There’s an odd detour where you can catch me improvising a song during a bathroom break. Connor goes on to talk about his ‘obsession’ with getting digital jobs finished regardless of how long it takes and whatever else is going on around him. Creativity comes to the forefront as Connor talks about doing what he loves. He drops some wisdom about human potential and takes an optimistic view of how work can actually be fulfilling. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

49 MINJAN 11
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Connor

Agust Rambles – 03

In this episode I address the state of the podcast. Where it came from, where it went and where it may or may not be going. As always feel free to contact me. the information is below. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

5 MINJAN 1
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Agust Rambles – 03

Pete

Pete shares about making big life decisions and how he thinks more people are having to do it more frequently. He talks about feeling ‘funnelled’ through life, never quite knowing what he wanted to do but getting directed by those around him and the culture at large. He also describes a strange sense of unfulfillment at having achieved the ‘American Dream’. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

43 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Pete

Rowan

Rowan joins We’re…Just Alright for this episode. We hear a bit about work life, some personal projects and what being a creative type in the southern US feels like. Rowan talks about the large homeless population in the area and how we might react to that with more understanding. After a brief bit on the natural beauty of Arkansas we get in to the large topic for this episode: gender dysphoria. We hear about its affect on Rowan, what it actually means to live with it and some coping mechanisms Rowan has found useful. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

64 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Rowan

Chevee

I’ve known Chevee through the internet for 10ish years now. It was a delight to finally speak with him for real and hear about his life in a stream of consciousness kind of way. We talk about adulting, being a big kid, perfectionism, and various other topics. Because it’s a part of his life we talk about his youtube channel where he does short videos every weekday for the past three years. If you’re interested in seeing some of those they’re available here: The Daily Shed If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

63 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Chevee

Kayla

If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

63 MIN2019 NOV 29
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Kayla

Amy

Amy tells us her story this week. She talks about things like how her family ended up in Amish country, how she never used to feel like she fit in, and how she’s glad she finally feels comfortable in her own skin. Amy has a really thoughtful take on decision making. Is a failure really a failure? We also speak candidly about parenting and some of the challenges that come along with that. The following may be the quote Amy has on her wall…or maybe not, it’s probably close though Happiness is a state of mind, a choice, a way of living; it is not something to be achieved, it is something to be experienced.Steve Maraboli If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

54 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Amy

Joe

Joe, a middle school science teacher, shares his story in this episode. Even though music was his life Joe realized pretty quick that making it in a band is a pretty tall order. He speaks candidly about his family life growing up; how several deaths in the family affected him and put a strain on several relationships. Joe shares about his relationship with his mom and how her consistent relationship hopping took a toll on family dynamics. Joe tells us how he got made fun of a lot when he was younger and that he eventually figured out he had the power to choose who he was around. We talk about how musical tastes are so varied from person to person and that it’s easy to judge and be judged based on your playlists. Heading in to college, Joe talks about his educational journey intermingled with stories about various jobs (and a problem with a box cutter) peppered throughout this time. He also speaks about a very influential person in his life. Lastly we discuss what it’s like to be a middle school teacher and we see what we take aways we can use from his story. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

85 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Joe

Latest Episodes

Leland

Thirteen year old Leland joins me for this last scheduled episode of We’re Just Alright. He speaks with me about his entrepreneurial spirit and a few of the business he’s made a go of. Youth often have a different perspective on the world so we do a ‘lightning round’ where I ask Leland a bunch of questions and get his perspectives. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, or give it a star rating on iTunes. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

41 MINJAN 23
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Leland

James

Everything changed for James on April 1st, 1984. He beautifully and willingly shares about his life’s mountain tops and deep valleys. He describes his journey with grief and healing, career, family, spirituality, and other major pieces of what makes most of us human. His vulnerability is refreshing and it was a joy to speak with him. Look him up on twitter @JamesPrescott77. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, or give it a star rating on iTunes. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

83 MINJAN 16
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James

Connor

Connor takes time to tell us about his adventures and mis-adventures with living and working abroad as a digital nomad, learning about podcast editing, and having some fun with ‘fake ads’. There’s an odd detour where you can catch me improvising a song during a bathroom break. Connor goes on to talk about his ‘obsession’ with getting digital jobs finished regardless of how long it takes and whatever else is going on around him. Creativity comes to the forefront as Connor talks about doing what he loves. He drops some wisdom about human potential and takes an optimistic view of how work can actually be fulfilling. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

49 MINJAN 11
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Connor

Agust Rambles – 03

In this episode I address the state of the podcast. Where it came from, where it went and where it may or may not be going. As always feel free to contact me. the information is below. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

5 MINJAN 1
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Agust Rambles – 03

Pete

Pete shares about making big life decisions and how he thinks more people are having to do it more frequently. He talks about feeling ‘funnelled’ through life, never quite knowing what he wanted to do but getting directed by those around him and the culture at large. He also describes a strange sense of unfulfillment at having achieved the ‘American Dream’. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

43 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Pete

Rowan

Rowan joins We’re…Just Alright for this episode. We hear a bit about work life, some personal projects and what being a creative type in the southern US feels like. Rowan talks about the large homeless population in the area and how we might react to that with more understanding. After a brief bit on the natural beauty of Arkansas we get in to the large topic for this episode: gender dysphoria. We hear about its affect on Rowan, what it actually means to live with it and some coping mechanisms Rowan has found useful. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

64 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Rowan

Chevee

I’ve known Chevee through the internet for 10ish years now. It was a delight to finally speak with him for real and hear about his life in a stream of consciousness kind of way. We talk about adulting, being a big kid, perfectionism, and various other topics. Because it’s a part of his life we talk about his youtube channel where he does short videos every weekday for the past three years. If you’re interested in seeing some of those they’re available here: The Daily Shed If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

63 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Chevee

Kayla

If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

63 MIN2019 NOV 29
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Kayla

Amy

Amy tells us her story this week. She talks about things like how her family ended up in Amish country, how she never used to feel like she fit in, and how she’s glad she finally feels comfortable in her own skin. Amy has a really thoughtful take on decision making. Is a failure really a failure? We also speak candidly about parenting and some of the challenges that come along with that. The following may be the quote Amy has on her wall…or maybe not, it’s probably close though Happiness is a state of mind, a choice, a way of living; it is not something to be achieved, it is something to be experienced.Steve Maraboli If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

54 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Amy

Joe

Joe, a middle school science teacher, shares his story in this episode. Even though music was his life Joe realized pretty quick that making it in a band is a pretty tall order. He speaks candidly about his family life growing up; how several deaths in the family affected him and put a strain on several relationships. Joe shares about his relationship with his mom and how her consistent relationship hopping took a toll on family dynamics. Joe tells us how he got made fun of a lot when he was younger and that he eventually figured out he had the power to choose who he was around. We talk about how musical tastes are so varied from person to person and that it’s easy to judge and be judged based on your playlists. Heading in to college, Joe talks about his educational journey intermingled with stories about various jobs (and a problem with a box cutter) peppered throughout this time. He also speaks about a very influential person in his life. Lastly we discuss what it’s like to be a middle school teacher and we see what we take aways we can use from his story. If you’d like to be on the show and share your story please email me at werejustalright@gmail.com , you’re also welcome to contact me there to chat or give feedback. I’m also on twitter with the handle @werejustalright and there’s now a subreddit to facilitate discussion on how episodes may have affected you at reddit.com/r/werejustalright . Be sure to check out the rules before posting. If you’d like to support the show you can tell your friends about it, share it wherever you do that kind of thing, give it a rating or head over to patreon.com/werejustalright to support the show financially. Donations are greatly appreciated and go towards costs associated with producing the show. Lastly, the music for the show is provided by Punch Deck under a Creative Commons licence. Go check out Punch Deck’s work at punchdeck.bandcamp.com or iTunes or pretty much wherever you get your music.

85 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Joe
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