Episode 8: Bruce Craig, Renewable Forestry and Ethical Construction

Welcome to SEASON TWO of A Passion Project Podcast! To kick things off with a CRASH (the sound of a tree falling down in the forest), we’re chatting with Bruce Craig (Katrina’s amazing dad) about renewable forestry and ethical construction on Prince Edward Island. Listen to episode 8 here. Whether you’re interested in sustainable wood … More Episode 8: Bruce Craig, Renewable Forestry and Ethical Construction

Episode 5: Lizane Tan. Lettering, Yoga and Finding your Path

Happy 5 episode-iversary, APP (this counts as an anniversary, right?)! We’re *so* excited to release this episode for a couple of reasons, including: We’re just a couple o’ ladies who “don’t know how to make a podcast, but we’re trying anyway” Lizane is an INCREDIBLE and BEAUTIFUL HUMAN BEING, and we can’t wait for you to … More Episode 5: Lizane Tan. Lettering, Yoga and Finding your Path

Episode 4: Alyson Shane, Things we Love on the Internet

Hey, folks, and happy New Year (a wee late, but happy none the less)! It’s 2018, and we’ve taken some well-deserved time to experience horrible flu’s, make some cool stuff, and celebrate the past year of friendship/life. Listen to episode 4 here. Episode 4 starts off with a bang (elephant noises), as we dive further … More Episode 4: Alyson Shane, Things we Love on the Internet

Episode 2: Robin Shaban. Economist, Political Analyst and Aspiring Clown

On this episode of A Passion Project, we chat with Robin Shaban: economist, policy analyst, and aspiring clown. Robin – whose work has appeared in HuffPost – shares how economics helps us make sense of the world around us, how analyzing policies helps us make it better, and the importance of embracing absurdity through it all. … More Episode 2: Robin Shaban. Economist, Political Analyst and Aspiring Clown

Episode 1: Thinking About Passion

For the premiere episode of A Passion Project, Katrina and Carlene sit down and discuss “passion”; and the differing views of what passion can mean for an individual. For reference, Yarn is the documentary on Netflix that Katrina can’t get enough of (and neither will you after watching it). Listen to episode one here.