Grabby Monkey

Episode 67 – Topics from a Toilet

This episode is somewhat of a unique experiment for the Savvy Girls: an entire podcast done in one sitting. Topics were chosen at random from a hat (plus a couple from Twitter) and the girls had to talk about the chosen topic until the timer ran out. Hope you like …

Galapagos

Episode 66 – Belated Holiday Special

The holidays have come and gone, but the Savvy Girls are still feeling festive! After a quick life and news update, Deborah gets a chance to talk about her knitting. Savvy Dad answers some more listener questions, and Savvy Mom and Deborah review and critique the September 2011 issue of …

Volcano Cotopaxi

Episode 64 – Wrath of the Sea

Melanie and Deborah are still traveling! Listen as they weave their way through the craziness of the Mama Negra festival in Latacunga, perform at the Canadian ambassador’s house, and attempt to find their sea legs on the way to the Galapagos Islands. This is the first part of their Galapagos …

The SavvyMobile

Episode 61 – The Second Day of The Third Rhinebeck

In this episode, we pick up where the last one left off, as The Savvy Girls cover the second day of this year’s Rhinebeck festival. Listener Cynthia asks Savvy Dad a question, then Deborah tries to interview Designer Stephen West… but gets interrupted by a very enthusiastic fan. The Girls …

Melanie remembered a knitting term!

Episode 60 – The Third Rhinebeck

In this episode, join Melanie and Deborah for their adventures on the first day of Rhinebeck, 2011. The Girls met lots of great people, and had the pleasure of talking to several of them in this show, including: Sarah Natalie Fran Amy Becky Genevieve Laura from the delicious Bennett’s Maple …

Highway Hat

Episode 59 – A Passel of Sheep and Wool

This weekend (October 14-16), the Savvy Girls are going to Rhinebeck! (AKA The New York Sheep & Wool Festival) They’re super-excited, and they’ve got lots of related fun planned. If you’re in the area, come by one of the meetups (details below) and say hi. Shockingly enough, though, there is …