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We plan to record two episodes this Sunday (February 17), because a couple of us are traveling next weekend so we won’t be able record the show then. We want to give y’all a chance to send us your thoughts on the topic of the second show, which will be Detachment. If you have questions or experience, strength and hope to share about detachment, please email email@example.com or call our voice mail at 734-707-8795. Thanks!
In other news, we have written a short informational page about how to listen and subscribe to The Recovery Show. We noticed that we don’t seem to be getting a lot of downloads to Android phones, so we put together step-by-step instructions for subscribing on an Android phone. Specifically, we used a Samsung Galaxy S3 with the BeyondPod app, but the experience should be similar on other phones or tablets, and with other apps. If you’ve been listening on your phone by tapping the button on the web page, check out our instructions. After you subscribe, the app should download each episode to your phone, so you can listen anywhere without using up your data plan. We’ve also got very brief instructions for using iTunes and the Podcast app on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
As always, if you have suggestions for improving our content, we’d love to hear from you.
Hey, we need a logo, to be used for both the website and for the podcast. It might want to evoke, but not copy the Al-Anon logo. Or it could be something evoking serenity, like a butterfly? (Too trite? Probably!)
A background image might be nice.
What color palette do we like?
Welcome to The Recovery Show, where we explore 12-step recovery for those of us who have lived in the chaos and unmanageability of living with or loving an alcoholic or addict.