Al and I decided to try something new with The Living Barefoot Show recently. I had such a great time talking with Caity McCardell at Run Barefoot Girl (check out the link for her interview of me here), that I wanted to include Caity more in The Living Barefoot Show. Therefore, the idea for Barefoot Banter was born. It’s a new format of show where Al, Caity, and me talk about interesting topics in the barefoot world. It’s not investigative reporting by any stretch, it’s more three friends chatting about topics that interest us. If you’ve ever wanted to hear me try not to sound like an idiot, check out the first of our Barefoot Banter episodes. There are plenty more to come.
The latest episode of the Living Barefoot Show was just posted. Al and I interviewed Terra Plana employees Sabra Ellingson (US Operations Director), Amy Schrader (Director of US Wholesale), and Michelle Hinsvark (US Marketing Executive). I’ve corresponded with each of them for a while now and it was so great to speak to them and ask them questions about the future directions of VIVOBAREFOOT.
The latest episode of the Living Barefoot Show was released last night. Al and I interviewed Jimmy Tomczak, inventor of Paper-feet, paper-thin sandals made from reused billboard vinyl.
You can check out the show at: http://www.livingbarefoot.info/2010/07/the-living-barefoot-show-episode-18-we-interview-jimmy-from-paper-feet-com/
The latest episode of the Living Barefoot Show (Episode 17) was released last night. Al and I had an absolute fabulous time interviewing author of Born to Run, Christopher McDougall. I read the book last March very shortly after the book was released. It was an honour and a pleasure to interview Chris.
You can check out the show at: http://www.livingbarefoot.info/2010/07/we-interview-christopher-mcdougall-author-of-born-to-run/
And the show has a new MP3 format right on the site (in addition to being available on iTunes).
The latest episode of the Living Barefoot Show was released this morning. Al and I interviewed Dr. Daniel Howell, the ‘barefoot professor’ from Liberty University. Daniel’s recently published Barefoot Book explains why he enjoys living barefoot and why shoes fall short.