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20/40, hosted by Kirstie Fitzpatrick and Jen Seyderhelm, is a podcast celebrating friendship across generations, and features conversations around relationships, work and life.
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Fun

Fun

2020-10-0433:50

Fun. Jen savours the fun in her life. Kirstie's not sure what having fun means exactly. They discuss their changing attitudes towards both fun, joy and being funny, how different situations bring out different aspects of themselves and how they both LOVE grocery shopping!Then, the fun really begins with Jen and Kirstie doing an exercise where they have to describe themselves and each other in three words. Conscientious anyone??What three words would you use to describe yourself?What three words do you think others would use?20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards an upcoming "Ask Us Anything" episode. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Back in Our Day

Back in Our Day

2020-09-2038:03

Want to feel old? Macaulay Culkin is 40. Mullets (and god forbid SKULLETS) are in again and Kirstie doesn't know who Jen's teen idol Andrew McCarthy is. In this episode Kirstie and Jen discuss phones, cars, chain letters, pen pals, travel, fashion and how all this has changed over their lifetimes.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards an upcoming "Ask Us Anything" episode. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Canberra is a weird place to live and work as it both feels like a big country town and yet you can run into the Prime Minister or Ambassador to Canada having lunch at your local restaurant! Kirstie and Jen reflect on how very normal, and abnormal it is to work in the nation's capital.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards an upcoming "Ask Us Anything" episode. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Canberra Home

Canberra Home

2020-08-0328:17

WELCOME TO SEASON 3! Welcome also to some conversations that are local to the Australian Capital Territory.Kirstie and Jen call Canberra home. How long do you have to have live there to be a local? What are the characteristics of a typical Canberran and how many kangaroos do you see on your way to work each day?20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Commitment

Commitment

2020-06-0136:02

Big questions - does marriage still matter? It does to Kirstie and it's something she wants and thinks about a lot. Does commitment still matter? Does putting a ring on it really change anything or save a struggling relationship? Kirstie and Jen are not sure they know any of the answers.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
I Miss You

I Miss You

2020-05-1827:00

Part of Jen's COVID-19 experience is a need to reconnect with a couple of people with whom she has 'loose ends'. She's noticed that many of her friends are doing the same. Is this something that is generational as Jen has had more time to have friends and loved ones walk in and out of her life, or is Kirstie experiencing the same thing?20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Moving On

Moving On

2020-05-0430:18

Despite the rules and regulations around movements during the current COVID-19 situation, both Kirstie and Jen are moving in and out of places. Moving house is, for some people the most stressful experience next to divorce. Kirstie and Jen discuss their worst and best moments that have come out of moving and what it means to have to make big life changes in the middle of a pandemic.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Work

Work

2020-04-2026:09

Kirstie and Jen recorded this work-related podcast the last time they were able to hang out in a studio together. As the Covid-19 situation unfolded they held on to it because it felt strange talking about work when so many people were now in totally different employment situations than a month ago.The point of the podcast though remains. Women don’t tend to discuss their job roles with each other like men do. So much of Jen's identity is, rightly or wrongly, tied up in her job roles. Is it important to know what our friends and colleagues are doing at work every day?20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
How are you going? Kirstie and Jen discuss this new world we are living in and the ongoing implications, both certain and uncertain.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Uncomfortable Truths

Uncomfortable Truths

2020-03-2230:11

Kirstie brings up some uncomfortable truths she's experienced - some that need to be said to go forward. Jen has experienced some that don't. 20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Letters to Ourselves

Letters to Ourselves

2020-03-0829:04

Kirstie and Jen write letters to their 16 year old selves, and to themselves 20 years in the future. It is more emotional that one expected but also very funny as Kirstie gets worried about her 40 year old "decrepit" self (Jen's words - not hers!).20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Defining Moments

Defining Moments

2020-02-2324:04

Tragedy • It seems the only word to describe this week. Working in the media means there’s often no escape from reporting on tragedy, like the horrific and heartbreaking death of #HannahClarke and her children or the equally horrific and heartbreaking bullying suffered by #QuadenBayles. Kirstie and Jen have been deeply affected by these stories. This week's episode discusses life's defining moments - good and bad. 20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
In this episode Jen and Kirstie discuss some very normal thoughts, acts and feelings that somehow feel taboo or uncomfortable to discuss.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Boobs and Bonking 2.0

Boobs and Bonking 2.0

2020-01-2753:53

In this episode called Boobs and Bonking 2.0 (Bigger Boobs and Better Bonking) Jen and Kirstie have brought in a couple of friends, Mel and Judith, so that the podcast is 20/30/40/50! Boobs and Bonking in season 1 was the most listened to episode and this time several questions like does your "number" matter, have you seen your friends naked and do you talk about your sex life with your friends are discussed. But, the conversation takes some most unexpected turns, and chains, sex blankets and easter eggs are somehow also included. 20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Maintenance

Maintenance

2020-01-0530:45

In this episode Jen and Kirstie discuss maintenance of body, mind and relationships. 20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance.Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Christmas!

Christmas!

2019-12-2212:32

Santa brings Kirstie and Jen a stocking every Christmas, each with a special theme across many years. We wish you and your families a happy and safe Christmas and look forward to sharing more 20/40 with you in 2020.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance. Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Well, do you think they can? This was a feisty conversation that brought out very strong feelings, particularly in Kirstie.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance. Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Welcome to 20/40 Season 2, Episode 7 - Conversations In Our Head. Kirstie's conversations are mostly out loud, while Jen likes to talk to herself while taking her dog for a walk! Some of our friends talk to themselves at the gym, while others guess what their bosses might say to them. What are you conversations about?20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance. Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Dreams

Dreams

2019-11-1025:25

Welcome to 20/40 Season 2, episode 6 - Dream. Kirstie's dreams are a little scary, but she doesn't read anything into it. Jen's dreams are, well, CRAZY, plus she sleepwalks and talks and is quite promiscuous as well. Mr Bean anyone?20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance. Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
Opposites Attract

Opposites Attract

2019-10-2728:53

Welcome to 20/40 Season 2, episode 5 - Opposites Attract. Jen discusses how being completely different has made her kids better friends and less competitive with each other. She and Kirstie discuss if this is also true of relationships, friendships and work mates.20/40 is a podcast celebrating conversations and friendship across generations. Your podcast hosts are Kirstie Fitzpatrick (the 20 something) and Jen Seyderhelm (the 40 something). Kirstie and Jen met while working in the media. Initially their catch ups were defined by work roles which required sharing current affairs and news with each other. It didn't take long before they found they were seeking each other out on personal matters - relationships, family, social life, health, work and more. They discovered an abundance in common and the twenty year age gap a bonus rather than hindrance. Kirstie and Jen would love your feedback, thoughts and ideas towards future 20/40 podcasts. You can contact them via their Facebook page 20/40 or email twentydashforty@gmail.comMusic licensed from http://www.purple-planet.com
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