European escapades and the meaning of home
This week, Maggie interviews Jacey about her European travels and they talk about the concept of "home."
What you'll hear:
- Stories from Jacey's trip and an update on Maggie's life
- What it's like to go on an overnight train
- What "home" means to us
- How to handle homesickness
Can I quote you on that?
- "I feel like if the Skimm were to do a Louvre tour, that's what we did." Maggie
- "Heaven is like this, all together around the table." Jacey
- "How can you pay a euro thirty for the best cappuccino you've ever had, and if you want anything close to that here, it's $6 and served with a side of pretension?" Jacey, on how America is getting coffee wrong
- "What lasts is not often the thing we spend most of our time trying to attain or give attention to. Money doesn't last. Fame doesn't last." Jacey
- "Be all in on the things that matter." Jacey
- "Three things make up home: people, place and purpose." Maggie
- "There is a distinction between homesickness and a longing to feel at home where you are." Maggie
- "The sooner you have authentic, vulnerable relationships where you are, the easier it will be in the moments when you're really missing the ones that are far away." Maggie
- "Home is where my microphone and my dog are." Jacey
Thoughts, questions, comments?