The Real Life Survival Guide is evolving!
It started as a series of public radio shows that aired in 2007 and 2008, and again from 2011-2013. In that time, with the help of some amazing collaborators, we’ve created close to 100 hours of programming.
In 2014 we took a break from producing the show, to air a series of “Best of” episodes on WNPR, and the last episode of that “run” ended last night.
I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about where I’d like to take the Guide next, and I’ve decided to adopt a more personal and narrative approach to my search for information and advice for surviving the complexities of modern life.
I’ve asked my web guru Gary Choronzy to create a new logo that reflects this change, as well as a simplified site design that will act as my “workshop” as the Guide evolves from radio show to blog/catalog/podcast.