Under My Skin Podcast v3.0: Episode 3

This week: Pyra whines about new tattoos and volunteers herself to do a solo bellydance.

Plus: Frankenskirt teaches Pyra it’s OK to just give up, Pyra’s dad chimps out on some crazy neighbor digging up dandelions in the backyard, and Jian Ghomeshi had the CBC’s best punchlines.

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Under My Skin Podcast v3.0: Episode 2

This week, Pyra complains about her even-more-screwed-up-than-usual sleep schedule, blathers on about DIY bellydance costuming and trying to use up her fabric stash, gets a one-week reprieve on tattooing, and the Wikipedia robots have finally decided/noticed Pyra existed as maQLu in 2010.

Plus: Frankenskirt!

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Under My Skin Podcast v3.0: Episode 1

Yet another reboot: After getting lazy and skipping the show last week, this double-wide episode has a dose of the old version of the show as Pyra raves about the wonders of an obnoxious old cartoon called Kevin Spencer, swaps tickets with a scalper and learns what it’s like to be a Brenda, and despite prior proclamations, finds herself writing new maQLu songs.

Also: Unknown Hinson needs to get a Visa machine for his merch table, and back to belly dance means time to buy new costuming stuff, plus Pyra rambles a bit about DIY halter top costume plans.

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Under My Skin Podcast v2.0: Episode 1

This week, Pyra gets her shoulder hurt, sorta; plans to reformat one of her other podcasts; and discovers she might be accidentally micro-cheating on pranayama but it doesn’t matter since she changed pranayama techniques.

She also reads a blog about her continual mental chatter whilst going to a clear mind meditation class (take a wild guess at the imaginary guest star), talks about a mishmash of her readings and video watchings on Tao and meditation and amusingly honest lamas, and shares some disjointed thoughts on which kinds of desire lead to suffering and self-righteous converts.

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