Remember that saying, smooth seas don't make a good sailor? Well, plug your nose and grab a lifejacket, because because this week's episode is a deep dive into the turbulent waters of heartbreak. Have no fear - Harto and special guest Thomas Sanders will guide you through a candid convo and onward to the sunny shores of healing and self-discovery!
We Are (not) Witches (Answering Earbud Questions)
Who's Gelb's fave Sailor Moon villain? Who is Harto's ultimate dream podcast guest? Just what the HECK are you supposed to do with your swathes of free time this summer? Find out the answers to these hard-hitting Earbud questions, (not to mention some real talk about bodies and boundaries), on this week's episode!
Perfectionism Finale (Lightly Inspirational)
Have you ever felt the peaceful exhaustion, the bone-deep satisfaction of overcoming a great obstacle that you knew was yours and yours alone to tackle? Ascended a great mountain, knowing with perfect certainty that the person who reaches the top will not be the same person who began the climb below? Cool. Well, this perfectionism series didn't feel anything like that. However, that's never stopped a Hannah from dispensing with a few choice Hannahlyses.
Scary - It’s What We Like! (ft. Julia Schifini)
Maybe Iris DeMent can let the mystery be, but we here at The Midnight Society HannahlyzeThis are full of questions about life, the universe, and everything. Luckily, we're joined this week by expert of all things folklore and mythology: the delightful Julia Schifini, 1/2 of the Spirits Podcast! Talking points include: Medusa, how to appease pesky household sprites (booze, obvi), and obsidian genitals. A must-listen, even by Hannah standards.
The Story in My Head About the Story in Your Head (ft. Jack Conte)
This week Harto is joined by very special guest Jack Conte! Who is Jack Conte you ask? Well, he's a musician, entrepreneur, and film maker. Oh - he's also the CEO of Patreon. And he has a beard. As such, he is very qualified to discuss creative business with Hannah! Pull up a chair and pull back the curtain on the nitty gritty of making money from your creative endeavors. Turns out it's not all rainbow lattes and ukulele solos. Luckily, Jack sheds some light on the communication techniques he uses to be the best leader he can be.