I know, you're busy.

It's typical for people to tell me that they were only able to hear part of the show each day because of work, school, and all the other things life keeps us busy with.

But you can listen to the show any time you want. FREE!

No commercials, or news, no sports. Just show content. The host (that's me) callers and guests. That's all.

You can even pause it when you get busy.

Watch the video above for instructions or just follow the steps below.

Download the Wake Up Wyoming App.

Again, it's FREE.

Surprised woman watching media in a smart phone

You'll see the toolbar just below the featured story of the day.

Use the arrow to scroll to the right. Just keep scrolling until you see PODCAST. 

There it is. Tap on that.

You'll see the Wake Up Wyoming show logo.

Tap on that.

What will come up next is a list of all of the daily shows.

Each daily life show is loaded to the app moments after the life show is over.

You can listen right off the app or you can save your minutes by downloading the show and listing off your phone.

Just delete the show when you are done to save space.


The good news is, these shows don't take up much space.

If you heard a program you want to share you can do that too by sending a link or sending what you have downloaded.

There are a few listeners that tell me they are too busy to listen during the week, so they catch up on the weekend when they are working around the house or on a road trip.

Wake Up Wyoming App Secrets

The Wake Up Wyoming App is FREE!

It also has loads of options that you can take advantage of to keep up with the show as well as news, weather, and road conditions.

Here is what is available and how these options work.

Wyoming Radio Host Trapped On Air Due To Broken Toilets

The studios and office of Townsquare Media are in a big two story building.

Two toilets upstairs, two downstairs.

Monday morning I arrive at work to find that all four toilets have OUT OF ORDER signs on them.

I was able to make a quick trip to a convince store before my radio show. But once the show gets going there is nowhere that I can -- um -- go.

I am live on the air for 4 hours. If nature calls the toilet needs to be close and I need to make it quick, during a commercial break.

Looks like I'm just going to have to hold it for a while.

But then my faithful listeners began calling in with some very creative suggestions.

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