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Life. Are We There Yet?
19 minutes | Dec 20, 2018
Episode 17: Fleeting Festivities From A Sleighless Sucker
In this brief episode from one-half of the idiots, Jack takes a look at who we've talked to, what we've talked about, who we're yet to talk to, and other exciting things we've got coming up in the new year! As well as this, we've chucked in a few massive thank you's and shoutouts. Merry Christmas! Find us as always on Instagram for behind the scenes @lifearewethereyet and on our website www.lifearewethereyet.com Enjoy!
56 minutes | Dec 2, 2018
Episode 16: Anxiety Attacks, Acceptance, And A Cracking Moustache
This episode features Tom Watson from 'Project Get A Grip' - a fitness movement with a particular emphasis on mental health. We talked to Tom about the toxicity of gym culture, suffering from severe anxiety, the CrossFit craze, and the mentality of stoicism just to top it all off. Both Isaac and I had an absolute blast recording this one and could've gone on talking for much longer if we had the time. You can find Tom @projectgetagrip and we thoroughly recommend you check him out! And as always find us on Instagram @lifearewethereyet and on our website www.lifearewethereyet.com Tune in now!
38 minutes | Nov 20, 2018
Episode 15: Who Is FOMO And Why Is He Having A Party?
Who FO's the MOst? Tune in on Sunday to hear about the phenomenon that is FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), whether we've experienced it, because, well, of course we have, and if we think we can overcome it... ALSO I trial some more poetry (if you can call it that) in an ode to Tinder! Find us as always on Instagram to get some behind the scenes content @lifearewethereyet as well as our website www.lifearewethereyet.com We're back next time with Mental Health advocate Tom Watson from Project Get A Grip. Enjoy!
55 minutes | Nov 4, 2018
Episode 14: Sanctus, sobriety and a stellar little chat.
This episode features Rose Scanlon-Jones, a mental health advocate working for the organisation Sanctus. We had a big ol' chinwag and some top craic at that. Tune in to hear about the work Sanctus does, Rose's personal story (particularly pertinent for university students!) and an outlook on life that's, frankly, incredibly refreshing. Listen now! Although she doesn't use it anymore, you can find Rose on Instagram @roposj. And of course, find us on Instagram @lifearewethereyet and our website www.lifearewethereyet.com
44 minutes | Oct 21, 2018
Episode 13: Marathons? Easy. Fatherhood? Well...
We're back on the guest train babyyy! This Sunday's episode will feature Marcus Brown, a husband, dad, 18 times marathon runner and Asics Frontrunner. We met Marcus at his work in the centre of London in a fancy office (we got visitor passes and all...) and had a good old chinwag. We talked about, well loads of stuff really; how fatherhood's changed Marcus, the power your words can have, and how to better control your emotions in high pressure situations. If we can promise you one thing, it's that Marcus Brown is one hell of a wise man, so be sure to listen on Sunday to what was one of our favourite episodes so far to record. HYPE. Connect with Marcus on Instagram @themarathonmarcus And always find behind the scenes content on our Instagram @lifearewethereyet as well as our website www.lifearewethereyet.com and just in case that isn't enough please feel free to drop us an email at email@example.com. Enjoy!
30 minutes | Oct 7, 2018
Episode 12: "Be yourself!" says someone by himself.
Episode 12: "Be yourself!" says someone by himself Jack flew solo this week and took control of the creative reigns. Result? Absolutely no clue. This episode features a look at the importance of being yourself from someone who spent a fair old while not doing that, it may even get a little bit emotional... TLDR: Be yourself, you can't be anyone else (sorry to break it to you..) Find us at all the usual places including our website at www.lifearewethereyet.com, our Instagram page where we show a lot of the behind the scenes aspects and also on facebook both @lifearewethereyet. Enjoy!
43 minutes | Sep 23, 2018
Episode 11: Gimme some of that sweet sweet routine.
Listen this week as we talk about routines, the positives, the negatives and everything in between. We discuss the heavily featured routine of A-lister Mark Wahlberg and just how crazy it is. Coming from two different standpoints, Jack with a strong sense for routine and Isaac who perhaps doesn't always have a solid routine in place, we talk about control and when that can be taken too far and then becomes impactful in daily life and mental health. As always find us on Instagram @lifearewethereyet or on our website at www.lifearewethereyet.com We are interested to find out "what is your daily routine", write to us to let us know via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or just drop us a DM. Enjoy!
56 minutes | Aug 28, 2018
Episode 10: Recap
After speaking to multiple people now, it is fair to say we have been inspired. To be able to sit down and chat with such a wide range of people has broadened our view on the world, whether that be mental health or otherwise. We discuss how we're doing personally and the plans for the future on the podcast and other such ventures, even the very real prospect of Jack and Isaac moving in together! All that and more on this week's episode. Enjoy! Find us on Instagram @lifearewethereyet and at our website www.lifearewethereyet.com
66 minutes | Aug 19, 2018
Episode 9: Now That's What I Call Mental Health
Hearing one person share their struggles with mental health can conjure up all kinds of emotions. How about hearing multiple? These speakers had all of us fixated and we're very excited to be able to share it with you. This episode features a wide ranging group individuals including Brad Sanderson formerly of Headspace and now an avid meditation enthusiast. We also feature Dan Furlong of Male Anxiety Depression (MAD) talking to us about his struggles with OCD and suicide, and finally we hear from Ruth Fox, a 19 year old who has battled with mental health issues since the age of 14, been let down by professionals on numerous of occasions and how she continues to deal with her health and how she is spreading a message of hope and positivity to the masses. Find Brad on instagram @themindfulscientist, Dan @maleanxietydepression and ruth @ruth_foxy. We'd love it too if you could follow us on instagram @lifearewethereyet for behind the scenes images from this event and much much more. Tune in now and enjoy!
44 minutes | Aug 12, 2018
Episode 8: Lose a leg, "Gane" much more...
This episode features Jamie Gane, an adaptive athlete, sporting ambassador, and all-round badass taking Basingstoke and the rest of the world by storm. He is a Tough Mudder ambassador and competes in as many events as he possibly can, overcoming all the obstacles with a blade on one leg. He also competes against able-bodied individuals at Judo where he has to hop on one leg and beat his opponents. We chat with Jamie about the obstacles he's had to overcome sporting and otherwise, how he had to prove his sanity to doctors for them to amputate his leg and much much more. We really enjoyed this wide-ranging conversation with Jamie and we hope you do too. You can find Jamie at www.jamiegane.com or on Instagram @jamieganeadaptiveathlete You can also find us on Instagram @lifearewethereyet or on our website www.lifearewethereyet.com
45 minutes | Aug 5, 2018
Episode 7: Beers, Bulimia, and Running Revelations.
This episode features Jess Robson, a runner and mental health advocate that's had her own personal struggle with the eating disorder bulimia. Determined to do something positive combining her passion of running, and support for mental health, Jess set up "Run Talk Run", a support and awareness group centred around 2 casual runs every week. Jess was an absolute delight to talk to and gave some telling insights into insecurities and issues that are more prevalent than you might think... You can find jess at @runtalkrun on instagram or her website www.runtalkrun.com Also if you'd like to follow us on instagram that would be greatly appreciated, find us @lifearewethereyet, and find out even more info at our new website www.lifearewethereyet.com Enjoy!
47 minutes | Jul 29, 2018
Episode 6: NHS. Business owner. Oh, and GB triathlete.
This episode features Jo Plimmer, a neurological physio within the NHS, a business owner, and a GB triathlete when she has the time! She puts the "positivity" in... well, in positivity! Also, she does all this without ever having chocolate , apparently... madness which we can't get our heads around! Jo's can-do attitude left, even us, both feeling a little bit more positive about the world! Enjoy! Check out our website! www.lifearewethereyet.com Our email is email@example.com Find us on instagram: @lifearewethereyet
70 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
Episode 5: Dressed to Express
On this episode we talk to Paul McGregor! Paul has featured in Vogue, GQ, and Esquire, not only that, he's also written for the Huffington Post, is a fashionista, youtuber, and avid mental health campaigner who's gone through more than most in his life so far. Paul's Dad took his own life when he was only 18 years old; despite this however, Paul's invested his time and energy in an entirely positive way. He's an inspiration in every sense of the word and was a delight to interview. With business at the forefront at a young age despite his adversity, Paul has launched many different ventures in the world of men's fashion, from his men's fashion magazine to a new book being released in October, this man is the definition of multifaceted. In our in depth conversation, we talk of his worst moments and how he overcome them to become the man he is today. Paul advocates the notion that it's ok to talk about mental health, in fact he positively encourages it. We are really happy of how this conversation has turned out so we hope you enjoy. You can find Paul on various platforms including his website: www.pmcgregor.com on instagram @pmcgregorcom and elsewhere using his name. As always we'd love it if you could join us for some added value on our instagram @lifearewethereyet or on our website www.lifearewethereyet.com Enjoy!
37 minutes | Jul 15, 2018
Episode 4: Hygge, Half-marathons, and Hard work
This episode features Charlie Rogers, a student at Loughborough University with a keen entrepreneurial mind, a love for long-distance running, and recent experience in the fabled land of Denmark! Charlie had loads of interesting things to say as we asked him about his business plans, what we could learn from the Danes, and his love-hate relationship with running. You can find Charlie on social media, his business-centred Facebook page is @charlierogers, and his Instagram page is @charlierogers_98 You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us on our website: www.lifearewethereyet.com! Please get in touch, we'd love to hear from you! Also, if you're feeling kind please leave us a review on iTunes as that really really helps us out! Enjoy!
56 minutes | Jul 8, 2018
Episode 3: The Road Less Travelled
Episode 3: The Road Less Travelled Our third episode is available now! Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Youtube, Stitcher, and Simplecast! This episode features our second guest, and as I like to call, "friend", Jared River Guest! We take a look at following your own path, explore the slightly unusual business route of vintage and antiques, and why university isn't for everyone! We asked Jared about his decision to set down a less conventional path, how to make the world of vintage and antiques more accessible for a younger generation, and the importance of doing what's right for you - not what others may think is right for you. Also, as a by the by, Jared's voice has been like that since he was about, I'd say, six. PS. Jack here, I realise I'm too far from the mic on this episode, this will be sorted for next week! Please forgive me in advance! You can follow Jared and all his rare antique finds at @sixthlink And please, by all means, get in touch with us, we'd love to hear from you. You can email us at email@example.com and we also put a lot of effort into our Instagram page so give us a follow at @lifearewethereyet and lastly you can find all our episodes and further information about us on our website! www.lifearewethereyet.com
45 minutes | Jul 1, 2018
Episode 2: It's OK not to be OK
On this week’s episode we talk to Dr. Roger Henderson (Jack’s Dad and lookalike) about the topic of mental health in a bit more depth. Join us as Dr. Henderson talks about modern attitudes towards mental health, the use of medication for mental illness and associated issues with that (if, indeed, there are any) and how to help friends or family that may be going through a tough time. Isaac also likens an experience to being punched in the face, a phenomenon which has, surprisingly, happened relatively few times, this is open to change though if people would like to see it. You can follow Dr. Henderson on twitter @rogerthedoctor You can get in touch by email: firstname.lastname@example.org You can find us on Instagram: @lifearewethereyet We also now have a website so go and stare at that for a while! www.lifearewethereyet.com
56 minutes | Jun 24, 2018
Episode 1: WHAT ARE WE DOING?!
On this, our very first episode, we talk who we are, why we’re doing this, and in what direction we want the show to go. Jack also commits a national crime in attempting a very poor David Attenborough impression… email@example.com Instagram: @lifearewethereyet You can hear more of Ellen’s band ELKIN and their debut EP ‘Bad Habits’ on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, YouTube, and www.facebook.com/elkinband You can see more of Heather’s amazing art on Instagram! @heathernunnartist
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