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Spiritual-ish

By Meadow DeVor and Laura McKowen

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Description

A podcast with Meadow DeVor and Laura McKowen. Sometimes spiritual, sometimes not.

Customer Reviews

Disappointed only scratches the surface

I thought I was the only one irritated by the giggling. I gave episode 5 a listen because I really want to like this podcast. I love HOME and while I understand that this is a new project, I had high hopes to find meaningful material in it. I’ve followed LM for a while and from what I know of MD, I really like her.

LM finally addressed the elephant in the room and while I understand her desire for privacy in whatever happened between her and Holly, they invited all of us into that truly sacred space and to stop the podcast without any statement leaves people to draw their own conclusions and feeling disappointed in them. You are correct, Laura. This disappointment is in you, not your work, and this subject matter is just as sacred to us as it is you, so please don’t be surprised that it’s gone to a personal level.

To chalk up bad ratings to “internet trolls” shows a lack of responsibility for this train wreck of a podcast and is offensive to our sensibilities. Sure, a tiny fraction of people will be jerks, but most of us who express disappointment are pretty much dismissed as haters. I think most of us can have a dissenting opinion without being labeled as haters.

I’m baffled because HOME podcast listeners are an established goldmine of potential followers and they pretty much gave us the middle finger for disliking the aimless, unprepared nonsense they discuss between laughing fits. Maybe evaluate the consistent messages in these negative reviews and use them to improve your material?

Stop the giggling

The lack of professional rigor and the incessant giggling is really hard to listen to. Each of you have so much to bring to the table, but this podcast seems like an indulgance rather than respecting the audience and providing your value.

Confused

Agree that the giggling is excessive and distracting. I am confused about the purpose/message/audience of this podcast. Friendly banter and anecdotes are great, but I’m not sure why I should listen. It feels like listening to bffs who have a bunch of inside jokes and aren’t really interested in including others in their conversation.

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