Episode 9 1/2: Encyclopedias of Ordinary Lives Remembering Amy Krouse Rosenthal

A mini episode -- a monologue actually. Remembering Amy Krouse Rosenthal, author, creator, filmmaker, connector, mother, wife, daughter and friend. She wrote things, she read things, she made things and she did things, so many wonderful things.


She even made Mallory a portable radio out of a milk carton once. She was herself a MILK and should have been on this podcast.

Episode 9: Early Dotcom, Martha Stewart, and WTH is Life Coaching Anyway with Allison Task

Allison Task joins me in the MILK Studio to talk about her career path from the early, heady dot com days, to cooking, writing cookbooks and TV hosting, and now to career and life coaching.

Longtime friends Mal and Al remember their first year sharing a one bedroom apartment in NYC, and Allison tells stories about working for (and working out with) Martha Stewart.

We find out the benefits of parents defining exactly what they are looking to accomplish, especially when we feel like we can barely keep it all together. And we go meta when Mallory gets coached by Allison -- goals are stated and no doubt Allison will make Mallory accountable.