Emotional health and tips for writing and cooking well
In this week’s episode, we discuss emotional health and share our thoughts on practical ways to cultivate mental and emotional well-being. We also offer some practical tips for improving both writing and cooking skills.
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What you’ll hear:
- Maggie's Diet Mountain Dew confession
- The role of relationships in emotional well being
- Thoughts on authenticity, self-awareness, and living outwardly
- The benefits of practicing thankfulness
- A few tips on how to become a better writer and chef
Can I quote you on that?
- “I’m making an educated decision, it’s just the wrong one.” – Maggie
- “Close relationships depend on a lot of things, but one thing that they do not depend on is making sure people have a positive opinion of you all the time." – Jacey
- “It's not doing yourself or anyone else any favors to pretend to be ok when you’re not.” – Jacey
- “Treat yourself like a toddler.” – Jacey
- “One of the ways we can help foster emotional health for ourselves and our communities is to fight against the stigma- make the conversation one that’s easy to have, and create an environment and a space where those types of conversations can happen.” – Maggie
- “Pay attention to the things that move you.” – Jacey
- “If you want to become a better cook…you have to cook.” – Maggie
- Emotionally Healthy Spiritualityby Peter Scazzero
- Ira Glass on the "taste gap"
- Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
- Steal Like an Artistby Austin Kleon
- How to hold and use a knife properly
Thoughts, questions, comments?
- Find Around the Table on Instagram or Twitter, or leave a comment below.
- Maggie on Instagram, Twitter, and her blog
- Jacey on Instagram, Twitter and her blog
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