What would it be like to have a ‘househusband’ – a male partner whose primary responsibility was running the household? Would it be amazing? Slightly awkward? Caryn and Todd are doing the househusband thing and they love it!
How was your week, guys? I saw some of my favorite self-employed ladies, celebrated our 2-year wedding anniversary, and as you read this we’re up north visiting my parents. Then we’re heading to this amazing Airbnb for my birthday. I can’t wait!
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Have you ever tried to find resources for making your relationship Really Great? As in not just “fine” or “good” but THRIVING? There are piles of books about how to deal with cheating or divorce. But not nearly enough on how to strengthen and find bliss in your marriage.
If you have a partner and you’re done with it being “ok” and you’re ready to go from so-so to so good, then my friend Maggie is your girl. She shares such good, actionable advice on long-term relationships. She teaches her people how to argue in a way that actually results in closeness and connection. She reminds us to make deposits in our emotional bank account every single day.
No matter if you’re married, living together, or living apart and super committed – Maggie can help. I think you’ll love what she has to say!
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When I discovered that my friend Nicole was funding her amazing podcast Real Talk Radio via Patreon I was verrrrry intrigued. No sponsors? No ad breaks? But she wasn’t doing it for free? WHAT IS THIS SORCERY.
So I obviously asked her to tell us all about it! If you’ve ever wondered what the deal is with Patreon or wanted to try it yourself – read on! *
Are you looking to travel cheap in Dallas? Welp, you are in the right place, my friend. Today Dallas local Valorie clues us in to $7 dumplings, $37 lodging, and free art!
When I picture a composer, I picture an old white dude in a powdery wig or that Sesame Street muppet. But Dale Trumbore is a smile-y, 30-year old woman, living in L.A. and writing classical compositions. Like, for her whole job. This is her story.