This One Time | Comedy, Travel, and Relationship Advice | Living Abroad w/ ShEvo
About This Show
After 30 years together, spanning dozens of countries across four different continents, Sheila Dee and Evo Terra have collected their fair share of funny stories. On season four of This One Time, they're using those stories to answer relationship questions from their global network of fans. Licensed therapists? Nope. Clearly not. But funny, to be sure!
Most Recent Episode
The Kind of Love in an RV Your Kids Shouldn’t See
2 days ago
What could be less romantic that shoving a family of six into an RV and traveling the world? Hrm… nothing comes to mind. But we’ll tackle that question on this week’s episode, and reinforce why we never joined the RV traveling set. Funny things you’ll hear in this episode of our comedy-travel-relationship advice podcast: Impractical tips on getting your kids out of the camper when it’s boom-boom time Why everyone assumes we have sex all the time Why sex on campus is a bad idea almost all the time What role the words like “swallow” and “teeth” have to do with any of this How to bear-proof your mobile pleasure palace and become kid-free Extended notes: This week’s question was sent to us by Bryan of the Wandering Gourmand travel blog. We met Bryan at TBEX in Huntsville Alabama recently, where a fair number of RV’ing families were in attendance. And that got Bryan thinking: How do you squeeze in a little hanky panky when the kids are watching from across the RV? While both of us did a fair amount of RV’ing when we were kids, it’s not part of our current travel repertoire. But when did that ever stop us from offering up our opinion, right? One thing we are (or at least were) pretty good at is (was) finding time to keep the fires of the relationship going, if you know what we mean. Listen to the episode as we offer up some practical -- and rather impractical -- tips on how others might sustain their marital bliss even under the watchful eyes of the wee ones. If you think you want to shove your family in a motorhome and take off for part as of yet unknown, you really should