Ronald is the voice of our podcast episode ending every week.
At year 2, he is now officially my youngest podcast guest.
In his pyjama on his bed, he talks about tooth fairy, chess club, building lego houses and even does math for me on the spot.
Introducing my 7 year old nephew Ronald Marcus Wang. Cute factor 10/10
Emma recorded this podcast right after the term 1 school holiday. She talked happily about the fun she had in Japan, especially at the universal studio.
The conversation between Emma and Susie is hilarious and relax, topics ranging from school, family, hobbies, and just anything random.
It's very Emma.
Ante came with his dad and the team to do some roof work at the studio.
While waiting for the rain to stop, he chatted with Susie about HSC, work, football, growing up as a second generation Croatian and his chilled philosophy in life.
He reckons his parents have done everything right bringing him up.
"Just don't stress", he said, "If you stress, everything is harder".....
Here is Ante’s story.
Alex (Part 2) Life after high school
In this episode, Alex delves deeper into how she taught herself to code. How did she get started? What did a typical day of self-study involve? How did she land her first role in the tech industry? She also reveals the key insights that she would share with high school students today.
Additionally, Alex discusses her life outside of work, particularly her love of volunteering at Lentil As Anything, a not-for-profit social enterprise and pay-as-you-feel restaurant.
Ep 23 Alex (part 1-Life after high school)
After completing the HSC, Alex took a gap year, during which she engaged in various bouts of work experience and travelled to Turkey to explore the country that her mother migrated from.
Alex was offered a place to study a Bachelor of Law, but she transferred to Psychology, and later, to Economics. She discusses this journey and how she grew to be dissatisfied with the quality of university education (which prompted her to seek alternative forms of education).
A well-spoken girl who is determined to learn what she wants, despite societal expectations.
Behind the scene of "Darling, what did you say" podcast with Susie
9-year-old Isabelle and 7-year-old Ronald ask Susie questions about the podcast.
The making of darling what did you say podcast.
Who are these kids?
The best and worst part so far?
Isabella is a matured and frustrated 11 years old who seems to have opinions with everyone and everything.
She talks about the strict rules of her private girls' school and what she has to do to wake herself up at Chapel service.
She eagerly advises all parents to congratulate kids on the things they have achieved because they are trying their best.
Here is Isabella’s story.
Hope you all had a happy school holiday! The podcast is back. At age 9, Macayla is my youngest podcast guest.
While most of the 9-year-old kids will scream at the sight of a spider or cockroach, Macayla adores them and keeps them as "pets".
She speaks calmly and fluently about her experience as a junior ranger cadet and her love for insects and nature.
15-year-old Julia talks about her parents’ decision choosing between public and private system and how much she enjoys her all-girls school.
“Social media is not that bad,” she said. “Snapchat is my main source of communication and I make so many friends outside of the school. It’s really not as bad as people think”.
An extrovert only child, Julia gives a lot of insights and tips to her fabulous social life.
(PS: We are away on two weeks of school holidays and the podcast will be back when school starts. Happy holidays to all!)