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Visor Library - D - Deftones 'Around The Fur'

This week we are entering into the letter D. There was only one possible album to discuss here and that's 'Around The Fur' by The Deftones. This one spent years in my car and was in constant rotation. Even now I still find myself jamming out to these songs.

In this episode I discuss the album as well as some of my favorite concert experiences featuring artists like Snapcase, Taylor Swift, Something Corporate, Mest and more!

If you have any thoughts on 'Around The Fur' I'd love to hear from you. Please feel free to share them in the comments on instagram @adulteducationpodcast

Joanne McNeil on The Story Of MySpace

My guest today is podcast host Joanne McNeil. I recently came across her show, 'Main Accounts: The Story Of MySpace.' I've been absolutely hooked and I anxiously await every new episode of the show.

I reached out because I wanted to learn more about Joanne's background studying social media, and to take a deeper dive into some of the topics brought up in her show.

I hope you enjoy our conversation. Please check out her podcast. I know you'll love it. Especially if you have a history with MySpace!

Erin Kinsey On Her Journey In Country Music

This week I'm joined by rising country star Erin Kinsey. For my money she's one of the best young voices coming out of Nashville. I had a chance to meet her about a year ago and since then I've wanted to share her story with everyone.

In this conversation we discuss her love of music and decision to pursue it full time, her move to Nashville at just 17 years old and what it's like as an artist to try to keep up with the digital world.

Visor Library - C - Cave In 'Until Your Heart Stops'

As we get into the letter C, I dive into Cave In's legendary album 'Until Your Heart Stops'. This album has had such a major impact on me and my love of music. It changed the trajectory for the genre and may have even created a new genre. To this day Cave In are still one of the most revered artists in heavy music, and 'Until Your Heart Stops' is a big reason why.

The Plant Love Kitchen with Marisa Moore

I'm a dad now. I can't tell you how many times I've told my 2-year-old that she needs to eat her vegetables. I think it's a phrase that automatically enters your vocabulary once you become a parent.

But it's true. You need to eat your vegetables. There are so many important vitamins and nutrients that come from vegetables. They benefit our health in so many different ways. Yet we always seem to forget them.

Nutritionist and food blogger Marisa Moore is here to help. She's recently published a book called "The Plant Love Kitchen: An Easy Guide To Plant-Forward Eating With 75+ Recipes". The keyword here is 'Plant-Forward.' Moore points out the importance of vegetables while also mixing in options for those that still want to add some meat to their meals.

Marisa Moore knows her stuff and I loved chatting with her. I've tried a few of these recipes since the conversation. They're fantastic and delicious.

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Visor Library - B - Beach Boys

Episode two of my Visor Library project takes us back to the 60's with the classic Beach Boys album 'Pet Sounds.'

When you're a teenager, old stuff isn't cool. You always want to have the newest and shiniest of things. Loving The Beach Boys didn't do me any favors when it came to popularity. But I've always loved 'Pet Sounds.' It's an album that spent a significant amount of time in my visor organizer. That's the album I'm talking about this week.

I'd love to hear your thoughts on 'Pet Sounds' or the Beach Boys in general. Feel free to comment on instagram @adulteducationpodcast.

Grow The Fuck Up With Sarah Knight

I've been lucky enough to develop a relationship with author Sarah Knight. She's behind the mega-popular No Fucks Given Guides, which include books like 'The Life Changing Magic Of Not Giving A Fuck' and 'Get Your Shit Together'. She's now on to her 6th full length book in the series titled 'Grow The Fuck Up: How To Be An Adult And Get Treated Like One.'

This book takes the reader on a slightly different ride than her previous works. Where the first few books in the series help people take back control of their lives, Grow The Fuck Up acts as more of a blueprint for adulting. I think you'll love it and I hope you enjoy our conversation.

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Microjoys with Cyndie Spiegel

You know the old phrase, 'You need to stop and smell the roses.' That's the basis for today's conversation. We get so wrapped up in our lives that we forget about those beautiful little things that surround us.

Cyndie Spiegel is the author of the book 'Microjoys: Finding Hope (Especially) When Life Is Not Ok.' She's gone through a lot since the start of the pandemic from deaths to cancer diagnoses. There was a year long span that would've crushed anyone, and no one would've blamed Spiegel if she had curled into a ball and spent her days crying. But that's not what she did. Instead she turned her focus to 'microjoys.' Spiegel started to open her eyes to the world around her and it was those little things that often go unnoticed that helped keep her sane during the hardest time in her life.

This is a very inspirational book and I think it can be helpful to anyone. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Cyndie Spiegel.

Alexandra Robbins on The Teachers

Investigative journalist and author Alexandra Robbins joins me this week to discuss her new book, 'The Teachers: A Year Inside America's Most Vulnerable, Important Profession.' This conversation hits close to home for me because my mother was a teacher and my wife is a teacher. I've been surrounded by them my whole life, and some of the people who shaped my career were teachers. I hate to see what politicians and impressionable parents are doing to our teachers right now.

Alexandra's book is a fascinating look at a year in the life of three teachers from different grade levels and areas of the country. We get to see how their lives differ and how they are the same. I hope the right people read this and see it's time we give more love and support to our teachers.