Tips and Life Advice from Zontee

Tips and Life Advice from ZonteeListeners, I know you probably miss your regular dose of me and Michelle in your lives. If that’s the case, don’t forget to stop by my blog for tips, advice, and musings on New York City, teaching, business, cooking and other random topics.

This month, I’m sharing some of my favorite places to eat, shop, and hang out with my laptop in NYC.

Check it out here.

Things You Might Have Missed from the Twitterverse

Hey fans–since Michelle’s currently working on another play and these last few weeks have been travel-filled for the both of us, we’ll be on hiatus until at least late October.

But in the meantime, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter. Wondering what you might find? Here is sampling of recent hilarity:

Plus, as usual, we want to hear from YOU. Leave us your comments, and we’ll be sure to incorporate your thoughts into future episodes!

Episode 21 :: Niche Dating Sites; Michelle’s Southern Road Trip; Songs That Could Have Been

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Episode 21 :: Niche Dating Sites; Michelle's Southern Road Trip; Songs That Could Have BeenWe’re back with a BONUS-LENGTH episode filled with all kinds of craziness! First, have you ever thought about dating someone who shared your interests? What about taking it to the extreme? Learn about dating for clowns, mensa members, and more.

Then we explore the amazing cuisine of Savannah, Georgia and the wonders that await visitors of the Harry Potter theme park at Universal Studios, as Michelle takes us on her recent road trip.

Finally, we explore 10 songs that were originally written for different artists than they were performed by.

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This week’s music is “Talk About It” by 20 Riverside, courtesy of Music Alley by Mevio. Join us each episode for new music!

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Episode 20 :: Strong Female Artists; Flipping the Script on Gender Norms; Urination Nation

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Episode 20 :: Strong Female Artists; Flipping the Script on Gender Norms; Urination NationAs you probably know if you listen to this show regularly, we like to mix high and low-brow topics, and this episode is no different. Today, we explore powerful contemporary works by female artists. Then we talk about a few different experiments that explore role reversals of men and women. Finally–although this is a show called “Girls Poop Rainbows”–we explore some hilarious stories about (and tools for) urination…including Clorox’s next big marketing campaign idea (courtesy of GPR).

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This week’s music is “Ready as I Am” by Jenn Franklin, courtesy of Music Alley by Mevio. Join us each episode for new music!

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