What can I tell you about last night’s run? I’m sure I could find some words to describe it, but instead I think I’ll let this picture do the talking for me:
89% humidity! That’s just too much. On the flip side, you may have heard we have some hurricane-y weather coming our way in South Florida, and the clouds provided some relief from the usually relentless sun.
I just recently started listening to the Psychobabble podcast during my runs and I am IN LOVE with it. The podcast is hosted by Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl, two gay best friends who are also popular YouTube personalities. Tyler is an outspoken advocate for LGBT rights, has about 8 million subscribers on YouTube and can brag that Hillary Clinton follows him on Twitter. If you know anything about Hillary than you obviously know she follows less than 150 people on Twitter so that makes Tyler kind of a big deal.
I love Psychobabble because Tyler and Korey are HILARIOUS. In each episode they dissect the latest in pop culture news (usually celebrity gossip … like Katy Perry vs Taylor Swift drama). Normally I wouldn’t care about Katy vs Taylor type news but these two guys make everything so funny. The podcast is labeled by iTunes as Explicit because they frequently curse and make jokes that are sexual in nature. If that sort of thing turns you off then the podcast isn’t for you… but it’s totally for me!
Listening to this podcast makes my runs feel way too short because I want to keep listening! I frequently laugh out loud really hard making other people give me strange looks. Oh well!
I just wanted to tell you about Psychobabble in case you’re looking for something lighthearted to listen to during your easy runs.
I also recently started listening to the Learn French Words album on Spotify during some runs. I took French in college but have forgotten almost everything so this is kind of fun. I mostly just think it’s so cool that Spotify now offers language “courses” and I want to take advantage of that!
I’ve only listened to one episode of French so far but I am proud to say I can count to 12 again (LOL). I can also tell you how to say simple things like, “Hello Brother,” in case you need to know that.
(It’s “Bonjour frère!”)
Okay, I’m heading out for now. It’s time to tackle Thursday head-on!
Are you fluent (or semi-fluent) in multiple languages?
What are you currently listening to during your runs? New album? Good podcast?