Dear listeners! I wanted to let you know that there a few changes coming up for the Flirting With Enlightenment podcast. 

It’s been a great experience to co-create this podcast with Jamie. We were both new to podcasting and interested in seeing how it all worked behind the scenes, so we gave it a go. It unfolded as a fantastic learning experience for us both and we have become good friends. You can’t ask for more!

However, Jamie will no longer be my on-air partner. He is currently focusing on an intense coaching program that requires a lot of time and energy, and is moving in a new direction with his coaching practice. It’s exciting for him!

He’s still wrapping up a few things behind the scenes with me as we move through the transition details over the next month, so please reach out of you wish to share any positive thoughts or comments.

In the meantime, I’m doing a bit of regrouping around the show format. My plan is to continue to bring on someone to chat with me on a specific topic, but it will most likely be a variety of voices rather than a new specific partner. In addition, I will also be recording some podcasts on my own, and those will have a shorter run time. I will combine each style of podcast moving forward depending on the week and guest schedule.

And of course, I will still create blog posts for each episode to offer a little written inspiration, and continue to share lots of great stuff on the Flirting With Enlightenment Twitter page.

In the short-term, the publishing schedule is changing as well. During the next month or so, episodes will be published every other week instead of every week. The 70+ podcasts Jamie and I have recorded will live on in the archives, so don’t worry. If you have just found Flirting With Enlightenment, you can still access older episodes for all those good wisdom gems!

If you have any questions or topic suggestions, please give me a shout! I would love to hear from you! Also reach out and share your best wishes with Jamie on his new adventure. He was a great partner and I will miss his insights.

Thanks again for listening! Cheers!