About This Show
The podcast on how to moonwalk through your 20's. Imagine everything you ever wanted to know when you were 17 or 26, one joke and science reference at a time.
From social dynamics to careers, status-signaling to Tinder, or childhood to "adulting", we break down the why and the practical how-to (using everything from behavioral economics to even animal biology) and tell our stories while we're at it.
We take every 20-something problem and help solve it in style. If you're 16 and mistakenly decided to text Sarah that she "smells nice" or you're 25 and just bought a family-sized pack of Argyle sweaters from Costco last month and suddenly realized your life has no purpose, you're at the right place).
More research and bonus material at moonwalkpodcast.com.
Most Recent Episode
The Church of Mise en Place / Organize Your Life Like a Chef
"I don't know how to describe it...it was a traumatic experience" - Airis Johnson There's a church, right in the culinary underbelly, that no one knows about. It makes you work faster, work easier, and work better. It has no God, and it's followers wear chef whites, dice onions, and produce culinary experiences that would you make your grandfather's face explode right off. We wanted to know more - so, we got a few chefs who've worked at Michelin star restaurants to talk: - What is Mise en Place? - What are the basics of organization? - How do you prep your day-to-day? - When you have no time, everything's on fire, and you have no idea what to do - what do you do? And more all on this episode. The Facts Moonwalk is produced and hosted by Mohnish Soundararajan. It's co-hosted by Kevin Sanji, and this episode was edited by Jarrod Sport and Justine Brumm. Music is by Podington Bear. Feedback is by Justine Brumm. Special thanks to Kevin MacLeod for "In the Hall of the Mountain King" and Kenzie Vaness, for the clip "Cooking in the Kitchen" Special thanks to Airis and Sandy. Check out Airis' site here, and Sandy's The Kosher Tomato here. Lucas Sin runs Junzi Kitchen. Special thanks to Dan Charnas for his book Work Clean, which inspired this piece. You can find more research and fun stuff at moonwalkpodcast.com