*WARNING, this is a No Fiber Content Post, if you want Fiber Content, sorry. I’ll try to post Fiber Content Later this Week or Next Week*
Okay, to start with I will state that I do not agree with most Liberal Leaning statements. There are some things politically that I despair about, and some that I am cheering. What those are, is nobody’s business because I do not like to discuss politics and hate hearing about them. Mom really liked politics, but listening to her complaining about them all the time just killed my interest.
That being said, I started listening to this podcast from the oldest podcast I could access up to the newest. In the beginning the chatting about trips, and little informative bits about the gerbil, sparrow, and Savvy Girl Melanie’s Mom were interesting. Then there were bits about the wedding, Melanie’s sister knitted her own canopy for her Jewish Wedding, I was fascinated by that. Then comes the political rantings, about how Trump stinks…blah, blah, blah. She’s living most of the time in Canada when she isn’t traveling for her job. I made it to Episode 172 and Tidbit 37, so 12 Tidbits and 18 Full episodes into the podcast. Admittedly this takes me up tot February of 2017, so if you want to see if the political content dies down in more recent podcasts go for it. As for me, I can actually listen to podcasts about people, knitting, and crochet, spinning, weaving, attending conferences, etc. Not about travel troubles, political nonsense, birds, gerbils, etc.
If you like random information, travel, liberal politics, and general chatter podcasts then this is the podcast for you. If you want to hear about knitting, have a more conservative bent (or just hate politics) and don’t want to hear about the Sparrow then you might want to try another podcast.
If someone chooses to bring this post to the attention of the creators of the Savvy Girl’s podcast I am fine with that. I chose to not post a review because A. I don’t want to get roasted on their podcast & B. I know that there are plenty of people that find this podcast charming and I do not want to bring down the rating for reviewing this on iTunes.
Remember to Live Life A Little More Abstract.