Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Episode 15 - Canadian National Day of Podcasting

Welcome back! It's December 1st, Canadian National Day of Podcasting, because we've always got to have our own day.

On this day Canadian podcasters, even those who have podfaded, release a new episode just for kicks. And some just because today is their regular release day, or something like that.

If you want to hear more Canadian podcasts who have celebrated today, there is a growing list of episodes here at DayofPodcasting.ca. And follow #CDNOP around places which use hashtags.

And if you want to hear more of me around the interwebs, check out Canned Con Cast and The Village Podcast from The Bookshelf. Also, I didn't mention it in the episode, but be sure to also listen to my guest hosting job on The Illuminati Social Club from a couple of weeks ago.

Interested in listening to a podcast that does not have my voice on it? Then you should check out A Guy, A Girl and a Book, by Charlie and Maggie De Long.

Once that business is done, I get on to the crying. I've learned some incredible lessons about grief thanks to Tim Boulton, a grief counsellor with Walking With You. I believe you could learn from him too.

Thanks to Aaron Soch for writing my theme song. You can check out his podcast Wikazaru and send him some love.

Follow me on the Twitters for more intriguing stuff, like me live tweeting baking bread.