I continue to listen to this podcast but I too often find myself fast forwarding and then eventually dropping off halfway through an episode. What I like about this podcast is the host's warm personality, the quality of her guests, and the discussions about what it's like to run a small creative business. Unfortunately, it's very hard for me to continue listening for a few reasons. First, while I admire Elise as a blogger/business owner, I don't find her to be an effective interviewer or podcast host. Often times, the conversations with guests seem to ramble, and I wish Elise would do more to advance the conversation or to ask compelling questions. Instead, I feel she tends to parrot back whatever the guest is saying, or ask very basic/simplistic questions, or talk about her own experience without really moving the needle forward. Like some other reviewers, I also find her use of conversation fillers (the uh huh's, totally's, etc.) distracting, but for me, it's secondary to my previous point. Occasionally, there will be some real gems--Elise will give specifics about running her business that I would not have been able to find elsewhere. Or a guest will have an interesting story about how she got to where she is currently in her business. Most of the time, though, despite the catchy episode titles, there just isn't enough substance for me to listen start to finish. I really think this podcast could be improved tenfold if some better interview techniques were implemented and if the conversation stayed focused (i.e., not ramble for too long--listeners' time is precious!). I hope it will.