2015: A Look Back
In our final episode of 2015, we reflect on the year by answering a series of thought-provoking (and sometimes silly) questions.
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What you’ll hear:
- How we are spending our holidays
- Our reflections on reflecting in general
- The best and worst things we ate this year
- What we've learned, lost, and loved over the past 12 months
- A year end benediction
Can I quote you on that?
- “I feel like I’m really on top of my texting.” Jacey
- “Something I’ve learned is the value of and the high calling it is to look at the people in your day-to day and love them and serve them well.” Maggie
- “Am I loving my friends well or are they getting sacrificed for the sake of this big ‘calling.’” Maggie
- “You’re not as good or as bad as you think.” Jacey
- “The antidote for self doubt isn’t self-confidence, but rather a deep and abiding acceptance of weakness.” Jacey
- “Internet…you can do better.” Maggie
- "The spinning plate thing doesn't work for me. I'm ok with not being able to do as much as other people." Maggie
- “The biggest thing I learned this year is the value of being and becoming versus doing and achieving.” Jacey
- “You’re not special, but you’re here.” Jacey
- New Year's reflections question list from the Art of Simple
- Relevant Podcast interview with David Oyelowo
- All the Light We Cannot See
- Rising Strong
- Provence, 1970
- The Skimm
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