Welcome to Season 2!
We're starting off with a series looking at each individual fruit of the Spirit. In the introduction we talk about why we're doing this series and establish where we are coming from as we enter this discussion.
And because Kristi and Lindsey can't seem to stay on track, we may also discuss hand sanitizer caddies, new books, and Hamilton.
Two different rivers. Two different trips. Two different experiences. Same life lesson.
Listen to Kristi and Lindsey discuss handling rapids in a kayak, taking on water, and how to deal with life when it doesn't meet your expectations.
Lindsey has done a lot of cooking, but she's never grilled a steak. Why hasn't she grilled a steak? Will the steak ever actually get cooked? Will her 8 year old son turn the episode into an application for his own Food Network show?
Take a listen and find out.
Show notes and more can be found at https://aroughdraftlife.com/blog-feed/
Ah, 80s movies. So iconic. So distinct. So... unseen? Since Kristi and Lindsey were both young kids in the 80s there are several movies from that era that they never saw, including the Molly Ringwald classic, Pretty In Pink.
How did we feel watching this movie for the first time as 40-year-old women more than 30 years after it was made? We'll discuss that along with why we think this movie and others like it were so important.
Get more show notes at https://aroughdraftlife.com/blog-feed/.
Bucket Lists don't have to be made up of huge things. Sometimes there are little experiences that we have managed to miss or, in some cases, avoid for years. This summer Lindsey and Kristi are tackling a few of those, starting with something Kristi has never eaten.
Find out why she's avoided it, how the experience goes, and what she learns from it in this episode.
Further show notes can be found at https://aroughdraftlife.com/blog-feed/.
We apologize for the slight droning sound you hear in the background occasionally. We recorded these together at Lindsey's house and her new air conditioner is noisier than we realized.
At least she's no longer sweating.
As things start opening up and we choose how and when to start moving about again or how to stay in a make summer fun and memorable, navigating that transition can be difficult.
When life changes, we have the opportunity to do a little reflection, a little self-discovery, a little self-improvement. That can make transition periods emotionally as well as logistically difficult.
See more at https://aroughdraftlife.com/blog-feed/
We are thrilled to talk with Neena Gaynor to wrap up our series with debut authors. Her book, The Bird and The Bees, is available now! Join us as we talk about beekeeping, simple living, and a ridiculous amount of moving. Does real-life bleed into her book? What appeals to her about writing? And what does a professional baseball player do after they retire?
Want to know Janine's favorite boy band song? Hear the most complicated way to play the old game MASH? Discuss road trips, quarantine life changes, and of course, the new book This Wandering Heart?
You are in the right place.