One More Thing Before You Go

One More Thing Before You Go

An honest conversation about what makes us laugh, cry, and contemplate, fear, hate, love and to think about the possibilities of what’s out there: that “One More Thing.” The personal journeys, the words never said, the deep discussions about loss, life after death, the supernatural, paranormal, unique histories and more! We want to enlighten, entertain, educate and inform, to open your eyes, your ears and your heart to the universe around you. Come on in - Join the Conversation! ℗ © 2010-2021

Recent Episodes

Flashback Friday! : That Thing About The Road to Happiness isn't Always Paved

May 13, 2022

Welcome to flashback Friday! This episode originally ran in December of 2021! Jacqueline is one of my favorite conversations because of her profound journey as a photographer, author and survivor on the brink of suicide, inf…

That Thing About How to Navigate Motherhood When your Mom is Gone

May 11, 2022

In this episode:what do you do when you lose your mother and you’re about to become a mother yourself? Who do you ask about raising a child? Where do you turn when you are separated from your mother by physical distance, est…

Over The Teacup-That Thing About Mother's Day 2022

May 8, 2022

In this episode it’s finally here Mother's Day 2022 today's May 8th it's a Sunday and we're so happy that she joined us. Mother’s Day, is celebrated as a holiday in honor of mothers in countries throughout the world. In its…

SPECIAL NOTICE FRIDAY MAY 6, 2022 - That Thing About Technical Difficulties

May 6, 2022

Hello one more thing before you go family, if you notice an episode did not go up today Friday, May 6. Unfortunately, this was due to some technical difficulties beyond our control. Happy to be thankful that 178 episodes in …

That Thing About Guardian Angels, Heaven and Finding New Purpose

May 4, 2022

In this episode: life changing journey, death defying incident, spiritual awakening and lessons for a better world. We have a conversation with a man whose book was inspired by a Guardian Angel to help motivate others to fin…

Guest: Rick Ornelas

That Thing About My Sister, Lupus, and a Cure-FLASHBACK FRIDAY

April 29, 2022

Hey one more thing before you go: we have a new Flashback Friday episode! In this episode, we share an incredible life journey and showcase how family can step forward and save a life. This is also one of my favorite episode…

Recent Blog Posts

How To Optimize Your Health on a Budget

How To Optimize Your Health on a Budget There is nothing more valuable in life than your health. Not feeling well can impact the quality of your life an…

Helpful Goals During the Grieving Process

Setting goals is an important tool in life, providing you with a sense of purpose and giving you the drive needed to get out of bed every morning. Workin…

Climate Change Debate, A Critical Conversation About Steps…

Global warming, environmental impact, climate change, carbon footprint, climate change and world impact, local impact of climate change

About the Hosts

Michael R Herst Profile Photo

Michael R Herst

I’m your Host on this journey, and just like you I’ve experienced everything we’re going to talk about from a personal and a professional level, I’m a husband, a father, and a lover of all animals. I meditate, practice a vegan, gluten free, naturopathic way of life. I love nature, art, Creative Arts in healing, writing, movies, and TV. I also love warm nights and brisk mornings… and Tea. I am a retired Police Sgt., I hold a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, and a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, with a focus on Performance and Digital Media.

Diane Herst Profile Photo

Diane Herst


I’m Michael’s Co-Host on the Over The Tea Cup Podcast episodes, a wife, a mother to two wonderful daughters and Charlie our Shih Tsu. I love photography, art, meditation, energy work, movies and TV. I also love nature, the weather in Arizona when it’s not baking us, and iced tea. I hold an Associates in Applied Science in Public Administration, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication.

Camille Johnson

Gabriel Patel