We invited Caitlin Horton back to talk about side projects aka passion projects. We chat about exploring and adventuring (this girl gets around!), her newest endeavor, co-hosting Memphis Type History the podcast, and the book that started it all.

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Marta Spendowska chats with us about artistic influences, self-awareness, passion, and how art has brought healing and restoration to her life and relationships.

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We’re still redeeming weird and laying it down as gospel, weird is wonderful. This is part two. We couldn’t stop exploring the wonder of weirdness and what it means to own your otherness!

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We’re redeeming weird and laying it down as gospel, weird is wonderful. We discuss how we all should embrace our weird but first we have to find our freak unique. Unfortunately, we may have hidden it so long, we aren’t sure where to find it. Time to go digging through the clues.

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We peek into the science of laughter & explore a swarm of ideas on how to have more laughes as we are adding the pursuit of laughter to our vacation plans.

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There’s a lot to fit into the rest of our summer to feel like we squeezed every last drop of goodness from it. Wishing you lots of hot fun in the summer time!

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If you’re struggling to reach your goals, you need to know how to tap into your momentum mojo. Motivation waxes and wanes, it pops up here and there, and can often seem to be found nowhere. But momentum is a sustainable force that propels you forward.

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We’re pretty lucky to have found each other; but we’re the first to tell you that love and marriage aren’t always a walk in the park. However, they have brought us a whole lot of wonderful. We’re answering our listeners’ questions and sharing our earned wisdom and insights from 19 years of marriage.

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Jessica Murnane is the author of the cookbook One Part Plant, podcast host with some of the most fascinating minds in wellness, music, food, fashion, and design, & the queen of helping people better their lives one part at a time.

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Sometimes I open my mouth and my mom comes out! It’s true, we’re a product of our raising. We’re interviewing our favorite moms about parenting - what it was like to raise us and how raising kids has changed over the generations.

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