I Launched A Podcast!

Hello my sweet friends, I do hope that you are all having a lovely week – and as excited as I am about the fact that the weekend is only one day away.

I wanted to write a post about something SUPER exciting that I started. I HAVE STARTED A PODCAST! I could not be more excited about this as it’s been a dream that I’ve had on my heart for a long time and truly could not have made this a reality without the support of my co-host and bestie Sam. Her motivation, and constant push to make this a reality was the main reason this has come into fruition.

Our podcast is called, “A Kitchen Table Podcast” why? Well…simple – becasue the best conversations happen in the kitchen. It’s the one place in the house that everyone gravitated towards, it’s the place, for many, that hold the dearest memories, wether it’s Christmas baking, sharing a meal together some of the best conversations I’ve ever had happen in the kitchen. I am so sure that many of you can relate to that.

I will leave the links to where you can listen down below. I am SO excited to start this journey and I hope you all enjoy.

LISTEN TO US:

On YouTube

On Spotify

On Anchor

New episodes will be posted every Wednesday at 5:00pm EST on all platforms.


Follow me on Social Media:

Instagram @xandriadsilva

Twitter @xandriadsilva

Pinterest @imxandria

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10 thoughts on “I Launched A Podcast!

      1. I’ll subscribe to you once it’s up on iTunes. It’s easier for me to keep a collection of podcasts in one place. Hope you don’t mind if I give my 2 cents:

        My feedback for your podcast is to talk to the audience as if they are sitting next to you in your kitchen. Convo-style podcasts between hosts isn’t really my thing because it sounds like they’re talking amongst themselves during coffee break. However, I do find it engaging when they include the audience in the conversation and provide thought-provoking content 🙂 Kudos on the tech and professional feel of your podcast! Podcasts with poor sound is another thing that bothers me. I like how you have the right equipment from the start. You’d be amazed what podcasters use to record their podcasts… and some podcasters are anything but professional 🤦‍♀️

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