I’d just rather blog it here. I’m listening right now (and editing) episode 92 (holy crow — 92!?!) of MediaBlather, a podcast that Paul records every week with his buddy and colleague David Strom. I love editing this podcast. I love working with Paul (and David!).

Benefits of my job these days:

1. I get to sleep in. If you know me personally, you know that my “natural” hours don’t get me out of bed until at least noon. I’m grumpy and grouchy and don’t like, well, anything, if you get me out of bed at, say 6:00 a.m. If there’s something really cool to do, I’ll get up at 7. But I won’t like it (or be awake) until about 9 or 10. I’m not a coffee drinker, so I take a lot longer than the average joe to wake up.

2. I get to do the work I want to do. (And, conversely, don’t do the work I don’t want to do.)

3. I get to own a product — PodcastNow! This is especially cool. I thought this product up and have a few steady clients that are really interesting. The concept is this: You don’t know about podcasting. You don’t care what an ID3 tag is. You just have good content or access to a speaker with good content and want to get their word out in a podcast. I make this happen. All you need to do is get someone on the phone and I’ll do the rest — pick out music, edit the recording, finalize the podcast, even put it up on iTunes if you have a series in mind.

So I love my job. I love my days. I love that I can watch Bewitched at 2:00 every day if I want to. And I love my boss. I mean that literally, if you count Paul as my boss. :-)