Two Girls Talking
This weekly memoir-style comedy podcast explores the wonders of still, not quite, having it all figured out. Hosted by best friends and 30somethings, Abigail M. Schilling and Amanda Mae Meyncke, it brings a unique voice to a sometimes-crowded discussion. In addition to owning a handmade business together, both women work in tech, pretend to care about health & fitness, find themselves at odds with the political climate in the US, seek to widen their worldview but get stuck on laziness and privilege, and spend way too much time talking. And they're not afraid to lift the curtain and dish the self-deprecation. Each episode closes out with each host's "joke life moment" that week, and those submitted by users. What's a #jokelifemoment? It's when something so ridiculous happens to you (often as a result of your own stupidity) that you think "is a joke being played on me?" As shopping addicts who obsess over all things marketing and "the ideal user experience" the hosts are looking to partner with brands that fit their market and make products they're excited about. Published weekly on Thursdays via Podbean, iTunes, and Google Play Music. Ranked on iTunes in top 30 in New & Noteworthy--Personal Journals subcategory. It also regularly ranks in the top 100 for all of Personal Journals in global countries. Most recently Gabon, South Korea, and the Netherlands. About the Hosts: Abigail M. Schilling is a full-time adventurer living life on the road in a 1966 vintage travel trailer. After over a decade of management roles, this business-school dropout finally said "fuck it" and quit it all to spend more time in nature instead of arguing about who was right. (It was her. Always.) She co-owns Lo and Behold, a rapidly-growing handmade wedding business, and does consulting work with various clients on branding, marketing, and how-to-not-destroy-your-business. But mostly she studiously dedicates herself to extreme cat lady status. Amanda Mae Meyncke is a screenwriter and creative cynic in Los Angeles. She has written, directed, and produced two award-winning short films with a feature-film in production. She works with tech start-ups on fresh, compelling marketing strategy, and co-owns Lo and Behold, a rapidly-growing handmade wedding business. She spends evenings in LA going to shows and deciding which bars are now "so played out."