Fast kickin’, low scoring, and ties? You bet!

Looking forward to the free time I’ll have while other people are busy watching soccer on TV. 

The latest and greatest NLTD Podcast is up. Start your week off right. 

wearenotlivingthedream:

British Producers in a Tiny White Car.

Sloths.

SoCal Rocket Dynamics.

Toast for Dinner. A Craigslist Scam. A Big Coffee Date. Therapeutic Exercises. A Job For People With Capetown Tram Experience.
And a MAJOR Announcement. 

TIME TO LISTEN TO NOT LIVING THE DREAM EPISODE 14. 

wearenotlivingthedream:

Job Posting I just read (bold added by me):

Travel Assistant / Personal Assistant (Full-time), Thousand Oaks, CA
Influential company in search of an on-call personal assistant for a successful business executive. This job requires an educated and well mannered on call assistant to take care of…

Stealing Stefanie's words on this one:
"We are so happy to present the final episode of Not Living the Dream for 2013! And what a year it’s been. We really covered the critical shiz: Scientology, a woman named Christopher, GPS tales of woe, Cher’s lack of California highway knowledge, Craigslist party ads, walking 500 miles (literally), almost halting production on a multi-million dollar TV series days before filming started, ghost underpants, SAUDI ARABIA, the jobs that could have been, the bosses who reduced us to feeling like helpless children and of course, all those UTA job postings which just make ya feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Alison is my podcast partner 4 life and we thank everyone for the support!! LISTEN.SHARE.REPEAT.”

Now, doesn’t that make you want to cozy up to your iPhone and listen? 
I think our last two were particularly good - catch up on them while you get into the 2014 groove.

So many places to listen!:
Homepage: www.NotLivingTheDream.com
LibSyn Podcast page: notlivingthedream.libsyn.com
Subscribe on iTunes:http://goo.gl/s5fTn
Follow us on Twitter!: @2GirlsFromNJ

braidsbraided:

Listen! Reblog! Merry Christmas!

wearenotlivingthedream:

Not Living the Dream - Final Podcast of 2013. As my mother would say, “MERRY FRIGGIN CHRISTMAS.”

Ep #12: Top 5 Reasons This Podcast Will Make You Unbearably Happy

Find out by listening now. Stefanie calls for an A&E Intervention on her Facebook usage, while Alison gets waaaay too involved in the Indian diplomat controversy over in the Al Jazeera comment section. We make resolutions, and, in the spirit of Alison’s BuzzFeed job prospect, present our own Top 5 Lists of 2013. Which somehow culminates in us skyping this podcast from the English countryside drinking in the riches of our sitcom pilot. 

And if you love us, you’ll reblog. :)

LISTEN. SHARE. SHARE MORE. 

Click above and/or subscribe on iTunes here: http://goo.gl/s5fTn

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Listen! Reblog! Merry Christmas!

wearenotlivingthedream:

Not Living the Dream - Final Podcast of 2013. As my mother would say, “MERRY FRIGGIN CHRISTMAS.”

Ep #12: Top 5 Reasons This Podcast Will Make You Unbearably Happy

Find out by listening now. Stefanie calls for an A&E Intervention on her Facebook usage, while Alison gets waaaay too involved in the Indian diplomat controversy over in the Al Jazeera comment section. We make resolutions, and, in the spirit of Alison’s BuzzFeed job prospect, present our own Top 5 Lists of 2013. Which somehow culminates in us skyping this podcast from the English countryside drinking in the riches of our sitcom pilot. 

And if you love us, you’ll reblog. :)

LISTEN. SHARE. SHARE MORE. 

Click above and/or subscribe on iTunes here: http://goo.gl/s5fTn

Tonight’s as good a night as any to watch the greatest Christmas movie.

AD/BC: A Rock Opera

Listen Listen Listen Listen Listen Listen Listen:

wearenotlivingthedream:

Is one of us moving to Portland? Why did Alison get paid to go to Saudi Arabia? And what does Queen Latifah have to do with any of it??

Find out the answers to these quesitons and more on the 11th episode of Not Living the Dream!

Podcast Page: http://notlivingthedream.libsyn.com/
Subscribe on iTunes: http://goo.gl/s5fTn
Follow us on Twitter!: @2GirlsFromNJ
Ask Us Questions!: http://wearenotlivingthedream.tumblr.com/ask

The napkin flower given to me by the pun-spewing goth guy we willingly followed through the streets of the French Quarter. The grease-stained iPad cover from my leftover beignets. The stuffed wolf given t—forced upon—me by a guy who regularly sits at the Chart Room bar with painted whiskers on his face loudly meowing. 
And this was just Sunday afternoon.
Still recovering from an epic wedding weekend, filled with laughs, tears (so many tears), to-go drinks and cheesy grits. #gkbrennan  4eva.

The napkin flower given to me by the pun-spewing goth guy we willingly followed through the streets of the French Quarter. The grease-stained iPad cover from my leftover beignets. The stuffed wolf given t—forced upon—me by a guy who regularly sits at the Chart Room bar with painted whiskers on his face loudly meowing.
And this was just Sunday afternoon.
Still recovering from an epic wedding weekend, filled with laughs, tears (so many tears), to-go drinks and cheesy grits. #gkbrennan 4eva.

Every November I travel to Yucaipa for pie-baking apples, fresh cinnamon doughnuts, and this apple cider.  (at Yucaipa, CA)

Every November I travel to Yucaipa for pie-baking apples, fresh cinnamon doughnuts, and this apple cider. (at Yucaipa, CA)

Guys, Spencer put a lock on this Saudi Arabian luggage store. #callback #HadTo

Guys, Spencer put a lock on this Saudi Arabian luggage store. #callback #HadTo

Duty Free. 4:30am.

Duty Free. 4:30am.

theatlantic:

Could This 2013 Nobel Laureate Afford College Today?

When Randy Schekman attended the University of California-Los Angeles in the late 1960s, getting a good college education was unimaginably cheap. Student fees were just a few hundred dollars; room and board was a few hundred more. “I could work a summer job and pay myself for the whole school year,” says Schekman, now a cell biologist at the University of California-Berkeley.
Last week, Schekman was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for his pioneering research on how cells transport proteins to other cells—a process fundamental to cellular communication.
Schekman’s college experience at UCLA, from which he graduated with a degree in molecular sciences in 1971, shifted him from wanting to pursue a career as a medical doctor to a fascination with scientific research. It was pivotal to his success—in science, the ultimate success. That’s why it’s so striking to hear Schekman say that as a Nobelist, he now wants to use his newfound influence to stand up for publicly funded higher education, which he considers to be “really in peril all over the country.”
Read more. [Image: Eric Risberg/AP Photo]

theatlantic:

Could This 2013 Nobel Laureate Afford College Today?

When Randy Schekman attended the University of California-Los Angeles in the late 1960s, getting a good college education was unimaginably cheap. Student fees were just a few hundred dollars; room and board was a few hundred more. “I could work a summer job and pay myself for the whole school year,” says Schekman, now a cell biologist at the University of California-Berkeley.

Last week, Schekman was awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for his pioneering research on how cells transport proteins to other cells—a process fundamental to cellular communication.

Schekman’s college experience at UCLA, from which he graduated with a degree in molecular sciences in 1971, shifted him from wanting to pursue a career as a medical doctor to a fascination with scientific research. It was pivotal to his success—in science, the ultimate success. That’s why it’s so striking to hear Schekman say that as a Nobelist, he now wants to use his newfound influence to stand up for publicly funded higher education, which he considers to be “really in peril all over the country.”

Read more. [Image: Eric Risberg/AP Photo]

Love this song. 

nprfreshair:

Graham Nash tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross about how much the harmonies of The Everly Brothers influenced him. Be sure to tune in tomorrow to hear his long saga with the Bros.

We’re signing off Monday with “Gone, Gone, Gone.”

As my hair grows out, I’ve officially morphed from Robin Wright in House of Cards to Cousin Oliver on The Brady Bunch.

As my hair grows out, I’ve officially morphed from Robin Wright in House of Cards to Cousin Oliver on The Brady Bunch.

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