What are you willing to be in pain for?
This week, we are asking ourselves what we are willing to be in pain for, rather than what would make us happy. We’re also sharing some practical tips for incorporating eco-friendly habits into daily life.
But first, we wanted to say thank you again for all the lovely reviews you all have left for us on iTunes. If you haven't had a chance to leave one yet, scroll to the bottom of the page for instructions!
What you’ll hear:
- Maggie share some things she learned while living with Jacey
- A discussion of small daily risks versus large dramatic ones
- Our thoughts on the value of struggle
- Whether just wanting something is enough
- Some practical tips for living a more eco-friendly life
Can I quote you on that?
- “That’s the paradox of happiness. In order to attain any sort of happiness you have to go through seasons of unhappiness.” Maggie
- “Longevity and consistency mean a lot more than we realize.” Jacey
- “It’s what you accumulate in the small moments of the day to day that equips you for the big picture stuff.” Maggie
- “Whatever is it you are aiming for, has to outweigh the pain of the struggle to get there.” Jacey
- “There’s an imbalance with how much we emphasize the reward or the endgame. The reality is that most of the good stuff is what happens in the struggle, in the process, on the way there.” Maggie
- “I’m willing to struggle just to keep doing it.” Jacey (on writing)
- Better question article
- 'The Hidden Cost of Happiness'
- Zero Waste Home
- Bea Johnson on The Lively Show
- Seafood Watch
- Bees wrap
- ILIA Cosmetics
- W3ll People
Thoughts, questions, comments?
- Find Around the Table on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, or leave a comment below.
- Maggie on Instagram, Twitter, and her blog
- Jacey on Instagram, Twitter and her blog
How to leave an iTunes review from an iOS device
- Launch Apple’s Podcast app
- Tap the Search tab
- Enter the name of the Podcast you want to rate or review
- Tap the blue Search key at the bottom right
- Tap the album art for the podcast
- Tap the Reviews Tab
- Tap Write a Review at the bottom
- Enter your iTunes password to login
- Tap the Stars to leave a rating
- Enter title text and content to leave a review.
- Tap Send.
(We get it – it takes a few steps. But we appreciate it more than you know!)