A little bit of a change-up this week, but don't worry, my supply of bad jokes for the podcast is untouched. It's okay to discuss grief on a podcast that has a tendency to get silly on occasion, and Lisa Joy was the right person for this discussion. You'd think that a podcast with the word "Widow" in the title wouldn't raise your spirits, but for this show, you'd be wrong. You can tell how her family has pulled together in a time of tragedy, and provides not only support for one another, but support for the listeners of her program. My advice to you? Learn to be a "joyster", even though it's not always the easiest thing in the world. You'll see how Lisa is in touch with her spiritual side sand how it brings her comfort in the time of her husband Doug's passing. Although I never knew him, I'm sure Doug was a lucky man to have lived the life he did, and others are lucky to have remembered his impact on them as well. I'm guessing when I get called to that big Podcastia in the sky, peoples' fondest memory of me will be "So glad he finally learned to eat using utensils." (It's a start.)
Lisa Joy's info: Podcast: Widow Walking Forward; website: www.widowwalkingforward.com ; Facebook-Widow Walking Forward; ; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa's faves: Joel Osteen, Rhett and Link
Jordan's faves:Rhett and Link, This American Life
That's it for The Sherpa Sheet this week. As I mentioned on the show, for those of you following me on social media, (and why aren't YOU?) the social media pages' names will be changing next year, after the release of "The Expert Factory" podcast, as will my website, eventually. Don't forget to check out the promo at www.anchor.fm/theexpertfactory. It's also available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, and PocketCasts. Nxt week, we talk with JP, host of "Junk Foodies". See you then, rebels! #VivaLaSherpalution!
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