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This moved her to take a step toward that connection, and she started with a brightly colored turquoise picnic table that she put smack dab in the middle of her front yard.

Kristin shares how she was longing for connection and belonging in her community and was struck by the realization that she didn’t know many of her neighbors, their names or much less their stories.

() Later they call Julia () who wants her boyfriend to get to know her family better and needs advice on making that happen. This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron, Uber, and Quip.

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But his wife finds it dull, tedious, boring and stultifying. A woman had a great date with a hot dom who dommed her so, so right. How can she learn to shut these men down without looking like a Grumpy Gertie? And now mom is FREAKING OUT and the whole family is in disarray over the pubes she found in the sink!

Should he give up on the idea, or find a way to convince his wife that she could have some fun here. A straight couple gets recognized in a bar from an online profile they placed together a long time ago.

Happy New Year and Happy New Series; For the Love of New Beginnings!

It’s Episode #3 of our phenomenal “For the Love of New Beginnings” Series.Episode one’s guest is Emily Ley; author and creator of The Simplified Planner.A busy Mom (3 kids under 6, including toddler twins) and head of a flourishing company, Emily found that striving for “all the things” was leaving her with no time or energy to enjoy the good stuff in her own life. Are you a 2 (The Helper) or perhaps an 8 (The Challenger)? If you don’t know what the heck we’re talking about, we’re here to help. Our “For the Love of New Beginnings” series continues strong with Enneagram expert Chris Heuertz.

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