Emily Freeman and Tsh have a fun guest today—their friend Holley Gerth!
Holley’s written a number of books. Her latest comes out Friday! You can order You’re Made For a God-Sized Dream on Amazon. You won’t regret it.
Holley also wrote a super-fun and helpful e-book earlier this year called The Do What You Can Plan:
Holley also loves the books Daring Greatly by Brene Brown and The Icarus Deception by Seth Godin.
Her partner in crime is Stephanie Bryant!
Jennifer Lawrence was brilliant at the Oscars, both during and after:
Don’t forget to take time to notice the pink trees, dear friends and listeners…
And Matthew. Oh, Matthew. Just… yeah. We can’t say anything more.
At what age do you think kids should get their own phones? What did you think of the Oscars? And how have you coped with Downton Abbey’s finale?
Awww, I can’t listen yet because I haven’t seen the end of Downton yet! I’m downloading on itunes and I’ll listen when I’ve finished watching.
No spoilers, I promise!
I need that support group for D.A.!
Your podcasts are my favorite companion for house work! Thank you for making my mundane moments so much more fun.
Regarding the cell phone, a friend of mine shared an idea years ago and we now do it and is works very well. We (mom and dad) have an “extra” cell phone that either of my older two children may use if they are going to be somewhere away from us and need to reach us. I think this idea could work even with just one child. They main idea is that they don’t own it, but may borrow it when necessary. It works well for middle school, but my oldest just started high school and she may need her own soon. They also each have and ios devise that they can use for texting when they are connected to wifi.
Oh I just realized that I have Emily’s first book on my bookshelf! Yay! I am so glad to have met these two ladies through you, Tsh. Thanks so much! I was in a total rut this morning thinking about my dreams and my goals, and I went out on a walk and listened to this podcast, and came back feeling so encouraged. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I’m always a little behind listening to the podcasts, so I just listened to this one tonight. Favorite podcast EVER. Hearing Emily talk about how we ask ourselves “who do you think you are?” was exactly what I needed to hear, because I’ve totally been doing that and avoiding a few things that I don’t feel qualified to do. I was so blessed by her words.