The myth of quality time and our lives in motion pictures

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In this episode, we discuss the importance of quantity time (not just quality time) in relationships, and the movies that punctuate the events of our lives.

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What you’ll hear:

  • Our feelings about hot yoga (#hotyogahater)
  • The limits of "quality time" in relationships
  • Movies that punctuate the events of our lives (and some of our favorites)

Can I quote you on that?

  • "Quantity time creates more opportunity for quality time." Maggie
  • "If you try to engineer quality time...it also puts a lot of pressure on it." Jacey
  • "[The belief in quality time] suits our super busy way of doing things and makes us believe that we're not missing anything...but I think we are missing something, and there are always trade offs." Jacey
  • "The mundane is where the treasure is...that's where the good and meaty conversations are." Maggie
  • "This quality time myth has tricked us into thinking we can have endless friendships." Jacey
  • "An investment of quantity time allows for seasons when you don't have access to it." Maggie
  • "What did I tell you? There's a whole world at your feet, and who gets to see it but the birds, and the stars, and the chimney sweeps." Mary Poppins
  • "Where must we go, we who wander this wasteland in search of our better selves?" Mad Max: Fury Road
help me I'm poor
help me I'm poor

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Thoughts, questions, comments?

Show notesJacey Verdicchio