Samantha and Jeremy continue the conversation with Brett in the Full Flush. Jeremy does some fact-checking of some of the material covered in the Pit Stop.
Samantha sits down with long-time friend Brett Hinkey to discuss his love of freedom, however the discussion turns to a talk about the inherent value and worth of all human beings.
The conversation continues with Carylee Carrington. In the "Full Flush," Jeremy joins us to further discuss the topic of "don't touch hair."
Samantha sits down with Carylee Carrington, children's author and host of the Read with Carylee show on YouTube, talking about her mission to help kids celebrate their differences.
Samantha and Jeremy continue the conversation with Darren and Lawanda to explore what can strengthen a marriage.
Samantha and Jeremy sit down with Darren and Lawanda Council to talk about their Facebook show, Unscripted Marriage. They discuss the origins of their marriage and how they came to have a heart for being "missionaries for marriage."
Samantha and Jeremy sit down with their two kids (ages 7 and 9) for an interview that includes some insightful questions from Conner and some fart jokes. This episode comes from the recovered archives of the lost hard drive.
Samantha and Jeremy were able to turn the crashing of their hard drive into an opportunity to reflect on the first 6 months of their podcasting journey...for now.
Samantha and Amy continue their conversation that couldn't be contained in the Pit Stop. Amy tells her "Umbro Shorts" story and continues on to tell the unsuspecting "Treadmill" story.
Samantha and Amy reflect on some of the stories from her past and how telling stories that aren't otherwise told "breaks the shame" for other people who have experienced the similar things.
Samantha continues the conversation with Kerry Thomas, an organizational and productivity expert. In the "after show," Kerry shares her experience with the TED Talk she did, then Samantha discusses what "the worst thing that could possibly happen" is to her.
Samantha sits down with Kerry Thomas, an organization and productivity expert, to talk about how to organize our crazy lives. They talk about the 5 step process and Kerry provides practical tips.
Samantha and Natasha continue their conversation about health and wellness and dive into other topics from tattoos to The Grateful Dead.
Natasha Frisk visits the studio for the second time to continue the discussion on health and wellness.
Samantha continues her conversation with Debbie Jewell. The full flush delves into everybody's college experience at Virginia Tech, and Samantha opens up her birthday present.
Samantha sits down with an old friend, Debbie Jewell, to talk about changes; how we are resistant and how we should embrace change.
Samantha and Gretchen continue their conversation and get into other topics that include "leveling up" literally in a video game with her husband and choosing the right college.
Samantha and Allison continue their conversation about her son's dwarfism as well as other topics from parenting to Mad Men.
Samantha sits down with Allison Griffin to talk about her son's diagnosis of Diastrophic Dysplasia, a rare genetic condition that causes dwarfism.
Samantha and Kristy continue their conversation on different personality styles and the role of faith in their lives.
Samantha and Kristy sit down to talk about the crucial difference between the Golden Rule and the Platinum Rule. They also discuss how different personality styles affect how we can build relationships, both personal and professional.
Samantha sits down with Matt Jennings, one half of M&M Exteriors, to talk about his transition from being a lawyer to a roofing contractor. They also chat about how he came to be the podcast sponsor.
Samantha and Matt continue their conversation about his previous life as a lawyer and now as a business owner.
Samantha sits down with Jenn Perrius to talk about sex, specifically her perspective as it relates to her marriage and what she has learned over the last 25 years.
Samantha and Jenn continue the conversation from Episode 11 and hear some of Jeremy's perspective.
Samantha initially sat down with her friend Meghan Stubbs to practice for the podcast but it was too fun not to share! They share their tips on parenting and a few fun stories.
Samantha sits down with Rebecca Burtram again to talk about ways to help students succeed, according to a teacher. Advice anyone can benefit from in all areas of life.
Samantha sits down with Christina Ammerman, master mindset healer to discuss how powerful our mind is and how much it affects how and what we do every day.
Samantha talks with Gretchen Kelsey about what it's like to raise kids away from family and also some lessons learned along the way that we could all benefit from hearing.
Samantha and her BFF, Kathleen, talk about friendship and how building relationships change as we get older.
Samantha and Jacquelyn talk about the power of positivity, meditation and more. Jacquelyn's mission to help people find their true passions and live their life with intention and positivity.
Samantha and Natasha sit down to talk all things health and wellness. Well, not ALL things. Natasha keeps things simple and shares ways we can get and stay healthy (keyword stay)!
Samantha and Kate Sprague, from Flourish with Kate, sit down to talk about how gardening saved her life and the lessons learned from finding your passion. They also talk about how Samantha saved a woman's life...sort of.
Samantha talks with Dawn Gardner of DG Photography about empowering women by changing the story we tell ourselves.
Samantha sits down to talk with Rebecca Burtram about the origins of the podcast, why potty humor can be an invitation to genuine connection and vulnerability and how we can cope with feelings of being enough.