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Legend says a spunky goofball with unbound love for animals was born to love all dogs, live among them, and give them the perfect pet every time. Her name, Wendy.
A sincere and empathetic listener in tune with her emotions, Wendy always knows how to bring the best out of people, while entertaining them with her quirks and extraordinary talent in art and photography. Her attentiveness, resourcefulness, and upbeat personality, born out of her unique background and experiences, make her the friend we all want to have in our lives.
From early on in his life, Juan knew he was destined for greatness —and yet, he wasted his time watching YouTube cat videos.
As a talented tech/random fact expert and unshakable optimistic who refuses to let fear get in the way of his self-development, you can count on Juan to show up as a natural-born leader, self-proclaimed funny man, and loving friend.
The Don’t Tell my Grandma podcast, hosted by Wendy and Juan, brings you novel and thoughtful conversations full of quirks and humor from an empathetic and creative goofball and an optimistic tech/random fact expert living in Tokyo.
From managing self-doubt to succeeding at relationships, tips on perfecting avocado toast, and even some dad jokes in between, no topic is off the table.
Join us in our journey of self-discovery, poorly timed jokes, and daring conversations you wouldn’t want your grandma to know about.
Continuing our trend of conversations about relationships and dating, this week we bring back to the table our friends Faron and Ju, representing South Africa and South Korea, to have a deeper conversation about online dating in different cultures.
I suck at writing. I can only see myself as a dull, reluctant writer. Nevertheless, I write. And I do so because honestly, I can’t (not) write. Let me explain.