Reliving the good ole' days, plus Read Watch Listen Follow
In this episode, we chat about the good ole days and our tendency to look at the past through rose colored glasses. We also share what we are reading, watching, listening to, and following this month.
What you'll hear:
- A recounting of Jacey's time in London
- A love story. Starring black licorice
- Product ideas for our eventual Around the Table Podcast store
- What we're reading, watching, listening to, and following
- Fading Affect Bias: What it is and how it affects our perspectives on the past
- The pros and cons of the 'good ole' days' mindset
- Which era we would chose to go back and live in
Can I quote you on that?
- "Get a little radicchio with your Verdicchio." - Jacey
- "We can be more hopeful about the future if we are able to look at the past as a place of promise and possibility and hope." - Jacey
- "Being able to have distance and perspective gives us room to craft a narrative rather than just react to the events in our lives." - Jacey
- "We like our own narrative to be one of success, to be one of victory." - Maggie
- "Only seeing the positive from our past can rob our ability to have perspective in the present." - Maggie
- 5 Gears: How to be Present and Productive When There is Never Enough Time
- The Royal We, by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Joe Biden Interview
- The Lively Show: Zero Waste Home with Bea Johnson
- The Mystery Show
- The Elliot Homestead
- Two Bossy Dames newsletter, and on Twitter
- The Popcast newsletter
- Ah, the Good Ol' Days: 5 Reasons Why We Glamorize the Past
- I love the Victorian era. So I decided to live in it.
Thoughts, questions, comments?