After a couple of busy weekends in a row, Alex and Sienna have hardly had enough brain power left to record the latest episode of the podcast! Discussing hormones and procrastination, Alex and Sienna recap the last few weeks, touching on their love of ballet and Alex’s new appreciation for horror films.
After a month-long break from the podcast, Sienna and Alex have returned to gush about their Italian holiday and the wonders a bit of sunshine and an all-you-can-eat buffet can do for stress. Despite the relaxing break, Sienna shares some of her anxieties as the pair discuss “post-holiday blues”.
Beginning with a brief discussion of the term “millennial”, Sienna and Alex play little game of catch up! Sienna has fallen back in love with ballet (finally), while Alex shares some of his progress on his latest website project.
Sienna and Alex talk about how seeing the film Call Me By Your Name has made them desperate for a holiday in Italy, dealing with a rough mental health week, and ask the question: how do people decide what they want to do with their lives??
After a week away from podcasting, Sienna and Alex are back to discuss the good, the bad, and the frustrating. From substitute ballet teachers to twenty-four hours of socializing, the pair still manage to reflect on the positives (mainly Altered Carbon on Netflix).
Our heroes return this week with a frank discussion on mental health, specifically concerning wallowing in bad moods and the snowball effect it can have on everything else. Sienna talks about holding herself accountable for failure, and touches on the importance of managing her own expectations when it comes to completing personal goals.
Alex, on the other hand, shares a bit about his success at work and catches us up on his coding project.
Sienna experiences the consequences of too many social interactions over the course of one week, meanwhile Alex finally climbs over a hurdle in his Ruby on Rails project! Despite the differences in both of their weeks, the duo joins together to share the events that made their weeks memorable.