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Where's the Airport

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A podcast about nothing... and everythingWhat are we even talking about? Does this show have a purpose? What does the airport have to do with it? We're not sure either.

Latest Episodes

Where's the Airport - Answering "Why do we travel?"

Welcome back to our corner of the internet - if you're a previous listener you might be wondering what journey we're going on now! As we take flight on a new era of WTA, we are exploring travel, the ins and outs of stepping out our front door, and the adventures and pitfalls we've experienced as travelers- domestic, international, and beyond. (Beyond? really? let's not get ahead of ourselves.) We may all be stuck at home, but what a perfect time to dream, to plan, and to remember why we travel at all.

31 minJUL 4
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Where's the Airport - Answering "Why do we travel?"

Christmas Traditions and memories

Nothing like the holidays to make us reflect on the season, cherished memories, and building new traditions with our families. We also debate the two most quotable 80's Christmas movies and which is our favorite.

50 min2018 DEC 21
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Christmas Traditions and memories

Starting up, mindset, and mental health

How does being an entrepreneur affect your mental well being? Do all of the challenges associated with starting up take a toll? Are there some upsides? We delve into these topics and talk a bit about our own history, successes, and failures in that world. The article referenced in this episode can be found at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/dinahwisenberg/2018/11/10/entrepreneurship-boosts-well-being-by-meeting-key-psychological-needs-study/

48 min2018 NOV 30
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Starting up, mindset, and mental health

Kids and Screen time - What's our perspective?

As two people trying to break out on the internet, how do we feel about our kids and screens? Gaming? TV? We discuss our own childhoods and how we grew up in relation to screen access and what we see our own kiddos going through these days with technology and how that may affect their development. Article briefly referenced: https://psychcentral.com/news/2018/11/11/time-spent-on-social-media-linked-to-mental-health-issues/140217.html We would love to hear your feedback on this or any episode! Leave us a voicemail on Anchor with questions, comments, or suggestions for future show topics!

45 min2018 NOV 17
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Kids and Screen time - What's our perspective?

Online Comments - what's positive and what's negative?

When you put yourself online, you invite some commentary. But, what's it like when the audience has a different opinion? We chat about being YouTube creators, the vulnerability of putting ourselves out there, and how we view hate comments. What's constructive, and what's outright bullying? Is there a positive outlook on it, and can we use those situations to be better? Go on this journey with us, to find out where we'll land! Complimentary beverage service along the way.

42 min2018 NOV 10
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Online Comments - what's positive and what's negative?

We've got personality! EPS 12

On this episode you get a "deep dive" into our personalities, which are care of the DISC assessment and the Myers Briggs. https://www.123test.com/disc-personality-test/ https://mbti.bz/en Also, we have a new segment on the show that you'll also want to stay tuned in for. There's some movie trivia involved here.

60 min2018 NOV 1
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We've got personality! EPS 12

Do dating apps help us meet our "forever?"

Hey, how you doin? In this episode we not only discuss the prevalence of dating apps helping us find the convenient (or inconvenient) hook up, or even deeper match with our life partner, but we actually put one of these apps to the test. You'll have to tune in because it really didn't take that long for the matches to just start rolling in.

47 min2018 OCT 26
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Do dating apps help us meet our "forever?"

What the heck happened in Las Vegas?

We definitely didn't make it to the airport or anywhere near a plane on this episode. Hang out with us on the Las Vegas strip under the Eiffel Tower while we ramble on about nothing but everything. Seriously, this episode goes all over the place and we even have our first guest on the show, for a brief moment.

31 min2018 OCT 19
Comments
What the heck happened in Las Vegas?

Why are self-employed women paying themselves less? EPS 9

Stay tuned for the show's description.

43 min2018 OCT 12
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Why are self-employed women paying themselves less? EPS 9

Lawn Mower Parenting EPS 8

No, it's not time to mow the grass. In fact, how about we let it grow a little? How about a lot? In this episode we discuss a fairly new (not that new, but somewhat new) happening in the world of parenting. This of course is opinion only. We're both parents and we certainly know that this IS one of the toughest jobs every. Raising good humans is not for the faint of heart, especially when you throw in a few obstacles. Do we knock those obstacles down or do we leave them up in hopes that our kids will eventually learn to troubleshoot on their own? References: Scary Mommy: https://www.scarymommy.com/lawnmower-parenting-helicopter-parenting-teacher-post/ Grown and Flown: https://grownandflown.com/college-professor-warns-lawnmower-parent/

58 min2018 OCT 5
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Lawn Mower Parenting EPS 8

Latest Episodes

Where's the Airport - Answering "Why do we travel?"

Welcome back to our corner of the internet - if you're a previous listener you might be wondering what journey we're going on now! As we take flight on a new era of WTA, we are exploring travel, the ins and outs of stepping out our front door, and the adventures and pitfalls we've experienced as travelers- domestic, international, and beyond. (Beyond? really? let's not get ahead of ourselves.) We may all be stuck at home, but what a perfect time to dream, to plan, and to remember why we travel at all.

31 minJUL 4
Comments
Where's the Airport - Answering "Why do we travel?"

Christmas Traditions and memories

Nothing like the holidays to make us reflect on the season, cherished memories, and building new traditions with our families. We also debate the two most quotable 80's Christmas movies and which is our favorite.

50 min2018 DEC 21
Comments
Christmas Traditions and memories

Starting up, mindset, and mental health

How does being an entrepreneur affect your mental well being? Do all of the challenges associated with starting up take a toll? Are there some upsides? We delve into these topics and talk a bit about our own history, successes, and failures in that world. The article referenced in this episode can be found at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/dinahwisenberg/2018/11/10/entrepreneurship-boosts-well-being-by-meeting-key-psychological-needs-study/

48 min2018 NOV 30
Comments
Starting up, mindset, and mental health

Kids and Screen time - What's our perspective?

As two people trying to break out on the internet, how do we feel about our kids and screens? Gaming? TV? We discuss our own childhoods and how we grew up in relation to screen access and what we see our own kiddos going through these days with technology and how that may affect their development. Article briefly referenced: https://psychcentral.com/news/2018/11/11/time-spent-on-social-media-linked-to-mental-health-issues/140217.html We would love to hear your feedback on this or any episode! Leave us a voicemail on Anchor with questions, comments, or suggestions for future show topics!

45 min2018 NOV 17
Comments
Kids and Screen time - What's our perspective?

Online Comments - what's positive and what's negative?

When you put yourself online, you invite some commentary. But, what's it like when the audience has a different opinion? We chat about being YouTube creators, the vulnerability of putting ourselves out there, and how we view hate comments. What's constructive, and what's outright bullying? Is there a positive outlook on it, and can we use those situations to be better? Go on this journey with us, to find out where we'll land! Complimentary beverage service along the way.

42 min2018 NOV 10
Comments
Online Comments - what's positive and what's negative?

We've got personality! EPS 12

On this episode you get a "deep dive" into our personalities, which are care of the DISC assessment and the Myers Briggs. https://www.123test.com/disc-personality-test/ https://mbti.bz/en Also, we have a new segment on the show that you'll also want to stay tuned in for. There's some movie trivia involved here.

60 min2018 NOV 1
Comments
We've got personality! EPS 12

Do dating apps help us meet our "forever?"

Hey, how you doin? In this episode we not only discuss the prevalence of dating apps helping us find the convenient (or inconvenient) hook up, or even deeper match with our life partner, but we actually put one of these apps to the test. You'll have to tune in because it really didn't take that long for the matches to just start rolling in.

47 min2018 OCT 26
Comments
Do dating apps help us meet our "forever?"

What the heck happened in Las Vegas?

We definitely didn't make it to the airport or anywhere near a plane on this episode. Hang out with us on the Las Vegas strip under the Eiffel Tower while we ramble on about nothing but everything. Seriously, this episode goes all over the place and we even have our first guest on the show, for a brief moment.

31 min2018 OCT 19
Comments
What the heck happened in Las Vegas?

Why are self-employed women paying themselves less? EPS 9

Stay tuned for the show's description.

43 min2018 OCT 12
Comments
Why are self-employed women paying themselves less? EPS 9

Lawn Mower Parenting EPS 8

No, it's not time to mow the grass. In fact, how about we let it grow a little? How about a lot? In this episode we discuss a fairly new (not that new, but somewhat new) happening in the world of parenting. This of course is opinion only. We're both parents and we certainly know that this IS one of the toughest jobs every. Raising good humans is not for the faint of heart, especially when you throw in a few obstacles. Do we knock those obstacles down or do we leave them up in hopes that our kids will eventually learn to troubleshoot on their own? References: Scary Mommy: https://www.scarymommy.com/lawnmower-parenting-helicopter-parenting-teacher-post/ Grown and Flown: https://grownandflown.com/college-professor-warns-lawnmower-parent/

58 min2018 OCT 5
Comments
Lawn Mower Parenting EPS 8
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