Fortyish 62 – Supporting Your Spouse In the Busy Season

If you listen to the show, you know that life has been a little….nuts for Dan. Stephanie agreed to bring in Megan Bayles Bartley, licensed family therapist, to talk about how to stay connected with your spouse when it seems like there’s 10 pounds of sugar and a 5 pound bag. This is a must listen if you feel like you’re living with a roommate, not a husband or wife.

Fortyish 61 – 20 Great Things About Being 40

If being 40 provides nothing else, it provides an appreciation for other peoples’ perspectives. Stephanie and Dan reconvene to discuss a blog post somebody put up on 40 Great Things About Being 40 – but only do 20 of them. Some make sense, others get a little…..uncomfortable. Take a listen and see where you fall. Plus they find a couple of things that make life better in “Whatcha Like This Week”.

Fortyish 60 – Mansplaining

Stephanie had quite a week and wants to share! First off, there was the experience that she could only categorize as “mansplaining” and Dan gets a little bit of education there. Then, there was the great soccer referee incident of 2017 – don’t get her started (Dan does). Plus, it’s the time of year for GUY’S WEEKEND! Dan gives a very brief rundown of the Bourbon and Beyond Festival coming to Louisville on September 23 and 24th.

Fortyish 59 – The manic days of summer

Dan’s been so slammed the past few weeks with dog stuff, work stuff, and trying to work in research for his fantasy football draft that he admits to taking a MHW (mental health week) last week and starts the show WITHOUT Stephanie. This week is a stream of consciousness flow that underscores what life is like in your ’40s – and there is a LOT of wisdom peppered throughout for the masses to absorb.

Fortyish 58 – Five Things That Help Keep Us Sane

Stephanie is back! After vacations (and other vacations), the duo are together again in the studio to talk about Dan’s dog trauma (seriously, it’s a frickin’ heartbreaker) and Stephanie’s toilet woes (only in Kentucky). Then the two each discuss five things they use or do that help keep them sane in a world of overstimulation and nuttiness – and they’re VERY different lists!

Fortyish 57 – RDS took a trip to Africa and it changed her life

Dan is back from his vacation, Stephanie is out with a sick kid (it happens), and Robyn Davis Sekula pops in to talk about her life altering trip to Africa with the Send A Cow organization. Plus, Dan shares the thoughts of a 45 year old dude who sat on a beach and drank beer with his brother….and they’re big thoughts.

Fortyish 56 – Adult Confrontations

A few weeks ago, Dan mused at how surprised he was at the amount of conflict among adults whom he thought probably should have it all “figured out” by now. Well, Stephanie puts forth a shining example of how this was tested for her recently. This among several other “adulting” situations that the two go over this week.

Fortyish 55 – Emily Price Does It All

Middle age naturally requires that we juggle a lot of stuff all the time. This week, that story comes to life as Stephanie and Dan welcome Emily Price into the studio to talk about her life, managing her entrepreneurial ventures, moving from town to town (and towing kids around while doing it), and going through the adoption process.

Fortyish 54 – 5 Things About Being An Adult That Are Surprising

Admittedly, it’s been a few years since Stephanie and Dan have been considered “adults”, but all these years into it, they had never considered things that were just not quite what they expected. They found that there was more there in common and suspect that these are very common things among the 40ish crowd.

Fortyish 53 – Summer Vacation Fever!

Summertime is in full swing so Stephanie and Dan talk about their favorite things from childhood vacations, including a harrowing story of survival from Dan. Then they go to the street to talk to a few people about what vacations were like when they were kids and what trip they need to take before they leave the Earth. Words of wisdom is back with several from their new philosopher, Carl Jung.