We made it, friends! Happy Episode 100!
In this episode we look back at four of our favorite episodes and share an update on whether we’ve changed our minds about certain thoughts and ideas we’ve previously discussed!
Points Discussed in this Episode
- Episode 1: Do I want to start a family?
- This seemed like a very appropriate episode to revisit because it’s as if we’ve come full circle: Kate is expecting!
- Kate recaps what the past couple of years have been like, how her and John found out they’re expecting, and how she feels about the journey ahead.
- Other episodes referenced: Ep 47: From Suitcase Entrepreneur to Mama w/ Natalie Sisson; Ep 80: Kara Lamerato on having kids - and starting a business
- Episode 49: When it comes to friendship, is it quality over quantity?
- We’re still fully on board with our original thoughts: quality over quantity!
- The intention and time, energy, and effort that goes into building and maintaining meaningful relationships
- Other episodes referenced: Ep 93: Are we experiencing a friendship crisis?
- Episode 60: Want to do, have to do, get to do: which is it?
- How you look at the daily to-do’s and bigger events in your life makes ALL the difference!
- Nicole talks about The Untethered Soul and the impact of being present
- Other episodes referenced: Ep 39: Why did I say yes to that?
- Episode 81: What’s one thing you’ve changed your mind about recently?
- We each share something we’ve changed our mind about recently!
Mentioned in this episode:
Episode 1: Do I want to start a family?
Episode 60: Want to do, have to do, get to do: which is it?
The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer
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