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Am I Doing It Wrong? explores the all-too-human anxieties we have about trying to get our lives right. Every week hosts Raj Punjabi and Noah Michelson choose a different topic – from saying sorry to casual hookups to fighting climate change – and enlist experts and guests with big opinions to debate and strategize the best ways to tackle everything that’s constantly thrown at us. By the end of each episode, you’ll be wiser, less worried and more equipped to do every day a little better.

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We all experience wear and tear on our bodies, it's the cost of being alive! But how do we make sense of the problem of pain? This week, Raj and Noah welcome anesthesiologist Dr. Darryl Brown to help us make sense of our physical hurt and how to treat it well. Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Maybe you're an aspiring wino, maybe you wanna be able to identify the notes and fruits and details of a glass of red at parties. Either way, this week, Raj and Noah welcome expert sommelier Doug Frost to help elevate your drink game and demystify wine from something intimidating to something enjoyable.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Look, nobody LOVES flying. So how do we make the best of not-ideal travel situation? Seat choice, food options, aisle etiquette, there's a way to do these things better and make traveling the friendly skies even friendlier. Luckily this week, Raj and Noah welcome back HuffPost senior reporter and travel expert Caroline Bologna to tell us all how we're doing flights wrong and how to do them right.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We all have to clean our spaces, and it's annoying, but is it possible to make it something you love to do? Our guest seems to think so! This week Raj and Noah welcome back Patric Richardson, author of the book House Love, to teach us best practices for keeping our places tidy, the best cadence for how often to dust and vacuum, and how to transform our mundane tasks into our little joys.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you know what your kitty wants, and are you giving them everything they deserve? This week, Raj and Noah welcome Dr. Mikel Delgado scientist and cat behaviorist to help unlock the minds of our closest feline friends and discuss ways to keep them purr-fectly happy.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're heading back into the bathroom this week to tackle a topic we all (hopefully) do frequently. Noah and Raj welcome medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatologist and the founder of Ocean Skin & Vein Institute Dr. Divya Shokeen to discuss the surprising ways in which we may be showering wrong, and what we can do to optimize our time bathing.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Everyone's trying to keep good hygiene, but how realistic is it to do so in the room of your home where germs can thrive? This week, Noah and Raj welcome author Jason Tetro, AKA The Germ Guy, to talk all the bacteria lurking in our bathrooms, the difference between cleaning and disinfecting, and how to eradicate the bad bathroom germs we encounter in the every day.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We know we need to get our daily steps in, but who came up with 10,000 as the goal? Is it possibly to target exercise one area of your body? How do we warm up without exhausting ourselves? This week, Noah and Raj welcome Heather Milton, exercise physiologist and certified strength and conditioning specialist, to talk all about proper methods for warming up, running techniques and all things to help us work it all out.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We know doing the dishes is a chore, but are we sure we're effectively cleaning our plates and pans? This week, Noah and Raj welcome Carolyn Forté, executive director of the Good Housekeeping Institute's Home Care and Cleaning Lab, to talk about pre-rinsing, hand-washing versus machine washing, and how best we can keep our kitchenware clean.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Whether it was an epic rager or a soul-nourishing dinner with friends, we've all been to a party that we'll remember for the rest of our lives. But how do they happen? This week, Noah and Raj welcome Deesha Dyer, an author of the new book Undiplomatic: How My Attitude Created the Best Kind of Trouble and former White House Social Secretary to talk about throwing parties for Obama's administration, the gift of hospitality, and help us figure out how to design the social gatherings of our dreams. Let's party!Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How do we pee all we can pee? How can we possibly know if we're relieving ourselves wrong?? This week, Noah and Raj welcome Dr. Yaniv Larish, a urologist from 5th Avenue Urology, to discuss how often we should be urinating, proper hydration, and how to live a healthy life for a healthy bladder. Speaking words of wisdom, let it pee.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We've all experienced transcendent moments in our lives, but is there a science to explain why? This week Noah and Raj welcome Dacher Keltner, a professor from U.C. Berkley, consultant on the Pixar film Inside Out, and a full-time wonder researcher, to talk about how to see our lives through the lens of awe and wonder.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
So much of modern lives are lived online, but how do we bring order and boundary to our messy internet presences? This week Noah and Raj welcome Alysa Hutnik, a privacy attorney from Washington D.C., to talk about how to use the internet with intention, which cookies we shouldn't be accepting, and how to maintain our privacy online.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're in the middle of cold and flu season, and everyone has their own way of dealing with it. But do any of the various medicines or home remedies actually work? This week Noah and Raj welcome Dr. Natasha Bhuyan a family physician and medical director of One Medical in Arizona to talk about the different things that are getting us sick and how we can get better, better.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How well do you know your way around your kitchen? We're all need to eat, but lots of people tend to feel inadequate and anxious when it comes to actually preparing food. This week Raj and Noah welcome celebrity chef, author and restaurateur Jet Tila who provides ways we can all simplify the chaos that is cooking and be more effective in the kitchen.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Can you consider yourself a dog person if you don't know if you're doing the things that make doggies happy? This week, Raj and Noah welcome Dr. Emily Levine, an animal behaviorist with a background in veterinary medicine to answer all of our doggo questions.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
When we think about aging, we often think about elderly people, but the truth is we're all aging all the time. But don't worry, it doesn't have to be scary -- this week Noah and Raj welcome Dr. Parul Goyal a geriatric medicine specialist at Vanderbilt Health for a conversation about how to keep our bodies and minds healthy as we all get older.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Do you have a fiery temper? Or when you get mad, do you just seethe and keep it all inside? Is there a "right" way to get angry? This week, Noah and Raj welcome "The Anger Professor" Ryan Martin, a psychologist and professor at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to help us understand why we get mad and what we can do to channel our anger into more positive territory.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Leftovers aren't the most exciting part of a meal and it certainly doesn't seem like they would be a potential minefield, but it turns out that in order to keep yourself safe and keep your food delicious, you should probably be paying a lot more attention to how you deal with them. This week, Noah and Raj welcome back Kristen Aiken, editorial director of HuffPost Life, to tell us all how to avoid getting sick from last night's dinner and how you can actually elevate your leftover game to delicious new heights!Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Believe it or not, out of all the topics covered on this podcast so far, this is the one you're probably doing most wrong. Yup, when it comes to laundry, it turns out most people make a lot of assumptions that just aren't true. Luckily, this week Noah and Raj are consulting with Patric Richardson, The Laundry Evangelist, to find out how to do your laundry better.Want to add to the conversation, or think you might be doing something wrong? Email us at amidoingitwrong@huffpost.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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