Deep Dive: An Extremely Goofy Movie

As Renata mentioned in her post, we’re expanding on the recent 90s Animated Movies episode of our podcast, Overrated/Underrated. My initial plan had been to expand upon A Goofy Movie, my personal selection for that episode. In hindsight, though, it seems that I managed to convey most of my thoughts on this wonderful film (so wonderful that it was actually given a theatrical release, unlike … Continue reading Deep Dive: An Extremely Goofy Movie

Deep Dive: 90s Disney Movies Edition

This week Josh and I are going to deep dive into a topic we’ve covered on our podcast, Overrated/Underrated. Our podcast is lovingly called “the show where two exes bicker pointlessly about nothing for a half hour” because, well, that’s what it is. Josh and I have individually documented what it’s like to work on this pod together on my blog, and while we’ve had … Continue reading Deep Dive: 90s Disney Movies Edition

Deep Dive: Mario Party Edition

This week is mine and Josh’s first deep dive into a topic we’ve covered on our podcast, Overrated/Underrated. Our podcast is lovingly called “the show where two exes bicker pointlessly about nothing for a half hour” because, well, that’s what it is. Josh and I have individually documented what it’s like to work on this pod together on my blog, and while we’ve had our … Continue reading Deep Dive: Mario Party Edition

Josh’s Take: Co-Hosting a Podcast

Greetings, all! My name is Josh (yes, that Josh), and I have the distinct pleasure of hosting the Overrated/Underrated podcast with my ex, Renata. And I also edit said podcast. And I also edit this blog. And I also- you know what?  Let’s just call me a “frequent collaborator” and move on. Not too long ago, Renata told me that she had written a post … Continue reading Josh’s Take: Co-Hosting a Podcast

Cohosting a Podcast

Josh is my ex-partner and one of my best friends. He has always been one of my biggest supporters, advocates, and favorite people to bicker with. We call ourselves the same person in two different bodies because we think very similarly. When we stopped being partners, there was no question that we would remain friends. As a polyamourous person who is now practicing monogamy, remaining … Continue reading Cohosting a Podcast