Ukulele Playing + 1st Episode of A Travelin’ Man!

Two weeks ago in I bought a ukulele in Hawaii…

Yeah, just one of those “why not?” kinda moments, ya know?

It’s like buying vodka in Russia: just feels right! (or so I’ve heard… ;)


Well—I’ve been playing this tiny contraption ever since! Whaddya think bruddah??


Seriously, this has been an AWESOME addition to my life: super lightweight, positive, and tons of songs to play!

PLUS, I just didn’t know when/if I’d ever play something again (played piano when I was younger – horrible at practicing). Never really thought about it, and I kinda assumed I just wasn’t talented that way.

Thank you RICH (a friend on the Big Island) for giving me this gift! :)


Alight – next up…

The First Episode of A Travelin’ Man!

Yes, I went and created a podcast.

Now before you get any ideas, I’m *not* committing to any regular kind of schedule (way too many other things going on)—this episode only came to be because of an extremely earning morning…

I woke up at 1:40 am and never went back to sleep.


A Travelin' Man - The Podcast with Nathan Agin




(right-click to download)




With that lead-in, you’re probably thinking:


What happened?

And what the hell did he talk about??

I know—these are important questions.

Well I can hardly answer the last one myself, but here’s what I do remember from that fog…

  • The opening lines of Romeo and Juliet
  • Banishing Fear Permanently ( and transcript)
  •  cookie recipe
  • , Robert Culp, and the song from Disney’s 1973 film of Robin Hood


Despite the time of day, I did enjoy doing this and I’m sure it’ll happen again at a normal hour (or maybe not). No plan about what this will be: could be more stream of consciousness, interviews, who knows!? :)


So what did you think of my first forays into public Ukulele playing and podcasting?? :)

From the road,





Former life: actor/office worker/virtual assistant; lived in Los Angeles for 11 years. Since then: sold nearly everything, took a $5 flight to Hawaii, lived there for 3 months, wrote an eGuide about all of it, and still traveling. Currently: digital nomad - looking to improve myself, have fun and serve others.