Things Millennials Like

Episode 4: Millennials Like Drinking Water and Making Friends

July 27, 2019 Emilie [Finke] Stooksbury, Ashley Myers Season 1 Episode 4
Things Millennials Like
Episode 4: Millennials Like Drinking Water and Making Friends
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Things Millennials Like
Episode 4: Millennials Like Drinking Water and Making Friends
Jul 27, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
Emilie [Finke] Stooksbury, Ashley Myers

Millennials like health! Sorta. We love the idea of it; we know a lot about it; and then... we make our own choices about it.
Ashley Myers, however, really does like it and lives it!
She moved to Knoxville, TN about a year ago and we talk about how the ultimate frisbee community impacted her physical health, emotional health (friendship, hey!) and her water intake. Ashley has a bunch of good things to say about all kinds of health and what first steps YOU can take to join us millennials on our health journey.

Oh and heads up: we had some technical difficulties with microphones on this episode. (The difficulty being Emilie's lack of knowledge about how microphones work.) The sound is a little wonky but thank you for your patience as we continue to learn and improve!
(Because the good news is we learned from our mistakes and this particular issue shouldn't happen again.)

Hope you enjoy!

Support the show (https://meanderingsandramblings.org/podcast/)

Show Notes

Millennials like health! Sorta. We love the idea of it; we know a lot about it; and then... we make our own choices about it.
Ashley Myers, however, really does like it and lives it!
She moved to Knoxville, TN about a year ago and we talk about how the ultimate frisbee community impacted her physical health, emotional health (friendship, hey!) and her water intake. Ashley has a bunch of good things to say about all kinds of health and what first steps YOU can take to join us millennials on our health journey.

Oh and heads up: we had some technical difficulties with microphones on this episode. (The difficulty being Emilie's lack of knowledge about how microphones work.) The sound is a little wonky but thank you for your patience as we continue to learn and improve!
(Because the good news is we learned from our mistakes and this particular issue shouldn't happen again.)

Hope you enjoy!

Support the show (https://meanderingsandramblings.org/podcast/)