FRIYAY!!! Happy Friday friends! This week flew by for me and I’m so excited to be one step closer to Salt Lake City and my inpatient neuro rehab rotation *insert nerdy glasses smiley emoji*
Since I am forever and always on the road for 3-5 hours at a time (especially on Friday afternoons), I thought I would share some of my recent favorite podcasts and road tunes. I would LOVE any of your recommendations of podcasts, music or books-on-tape to check out! Will and I are going to be spending quite a lot of time in the car when we head for SLC.
Joe Rogan Podcast: It took awhile for Joe Rogan to grow on me and I still tend to “cherry pick” through his podcasts but I can officially say that I am now a BIG Rogan fan. He is a great interviewer and I love the variety of guests and topics he covers. A few of my recent faves are Dr. Rhonda Patrick and Alex Honnold <—Alex’s just came out yesterday and it is AWESOME. Alex has always been one of my favorite climbers (I’ve been following him for over 10 years) and he recently free soloed El Cap in Yosemite; he has a new movie out about it called Free Solo. I’m hoping to see it soon! Alex is a chill, down to earth guy and his passion for climbing is infectious :)
Forever 35: This has been a fave for awhile now; Kate & Doree describe themselves as “two friends who love to talk about serums,” but they are MUCH more than that. They are funny, relatable and incredibly endearing. You feel like you’re sitting with 2 of your favorite girlfriends sharing a bottle of wine and enjoying real conversation. I’ve also loved every one of their guests. My recent favorite is their episode with Jessica Hopper. This chick is BADASS you guys. She is a music critic and writer. Her interview is real and raw but also filled with light and power. All my lady friends - check this out. ALSO, please check out her new book: Night Moves … I’ve already ordered it :)
Dr. Death: O.M.G. you guys, this series was SO good and also terrifying. This is a 6-part series covering what happens when our healthcare system fails at “do no harm.” Dr. Death, aka Dr. Christopher Duntch, was a neurosurgeon in Texas who operated on and seriously maimed more than 30 patients. He left several severely paralyzed and two patients died as a direct result of him. This is true crime meets medical thriller and will grip you from episode one.
I could go on all day about podcasts but I’ll just start with those three :) Recently, I’ve been listening to my Sunny Summer Jams playlist on Spotify…I know, it’s not summer anymore but they are feel good tunes and I needed some of that this week. Give it a listen if you’re looking for some good driving music!
Please share any music, podcast or books-on-tape recommendations :)
What are your weekend plans?
We are going on a “surprise” date night, packing for SLC and hopefully fitting in some apple picking!
Do you prefer wine, beer or a cocktail for Friday happy hour?
I rarely have liquor but I will never turn down a glass of wine or craft beer. I’m thinking tonight will be a red wine night though <3
As always, thank you for reading. I’m hoping to get more consistent with my posting as I get used to this platform and develop more content. I’ve got a Fall Fashion Favorites post coming up early next week - featuring some of my favorite bloggers :)
Have a wonderful weekend loves <3