In this episode I talk about putting myself into a spiritual quarantine and the difficulty and fears surrounding my newest venture: stand-up comedy!
In this episode Anna and I talk about carving out time for yourself (without feeling guilty), analysis paralysis, getting lost in the loopy loops, how 1939 was a hot year for movies (probably), the dorkiness of CBS, that one guy from the Walking Dead, that one guy from the Office, judging “fake” people, the awkwardness that is small talk, and the art of not giving a shit.
In this episode I talk about creating a 5 minute set for my first stand-up comedy open mic(!!), adding a little dash of Russel Brand into my life, and how my lack of control over external events often manifests into impatience and fear.
In this episode we talk about finding a sense of community, my (former) thoughts on Canada, skinny-dipping and male body image issues, finding what physical fitness means to you, how to know if you’re a little too vain, giving yourself a spiritual deep-cleaning, and finally - how to get off your a$$, stop making excuses, and start making some (positive/scary) changes in your life! Don is about to start a new podcast…and it will be amazing. No pressure.
In this episode I talk about my quest to find a local massage parlor that wouldn't get me arrested, heading to an underground comedy club (literally and figuratively), and I discuss whiffs of urine wafting through the humid summer wind.
In this episode I talk about the amazing gramophone, creeping ivy, the healing power of brioche, Marsha vs Martha, wearing a turtleneck, “scary” street people, a plethora of grits, and how I’m 100% not going to remember your name after we’re introduced.
In this episode I talk about my reluctant visit to Time Square, The Ed Sullivan Theater, Rupert Jee, Project Runway’s MOOD fabrics, a genuine back-alley midtown physic medium, local Jewish cuisine, my new glasses, some Rembrandt doodles, and NYC heroes.