It’s A Drama Podcast.
Solving Everyday Issues Faced By Parents And Teenagers
A parenting podcast with a twist. Join It’s a Drama as we attempt to take an honest look at the worries that every modern-day parent of teenage kids suffers from.
Listen in as a teenage boy (17 years old) and his mother (who has a hard time learning to be quiet) have frank discussions on the challenges and problems that both parents and kids face.
This podcast will make you feel better. We promise!
If you have ever thought about leaving your home country and emigrating, I bet New Zealand was on the short list. Since 2010, New Zealand has seen, amongst other nationalities, 10,000 Americans and 42,000 British get off the plane in Auckland or Wellington and prepare to spend their future living in New Zealand.
We have decided to do a series of life in New Zealand and so this weeks podcast covered the basics of how expensive is New Zealand to live?We have been living in New Zealand for ten years. We emigrated from the UK where we lived in the very posh (and bloody expensive) city of Bath. If you are posh you have to say ‘Barrth’.
This week, the podcast focused on Couchsurfing. We recently backpacked around the world with our kids for a year. Our budget was approx $75 a day for the four of us – which wasn’t easy considering we have two gannets as teenagers.
Episode four (part 2) of the It’s a drama podcast was a tough one for both Sonny and me. This week we discussed the consequences of rejection from friends, how to deal with rejection and we also touched upon cyberbullying.
Episode three (part 1) of the It’s a drama podcast was a tough one for both Sonny and me. This week we discussed the consequences of rejection from friends, how to deal with rejection and we also touched upon cyberbullying.
Episode 2 of the podcast is all about how families cope with long term travel. To be honest, this isn’t just applicable to only long periods of travel such as ours.
Episode 1, Saying Hello and talking about mobile devices, the pros and cons of why a kid needs a cell phone and how parents react to this. A teenagers point of view and a parents concerns. Are phones bad for our children? Is there any need to worry so much.