Feb 11, 2014

Living a B+ Life

Remember when I mentioned I was interviewed for a podcast?

Well it's live! Wahoo!

Sarah has started a series of podcasts about Living a B+ Life, what that means to her, and each week she interviews someone to get their take on it as well. I'm thrilled and humbled to be the featured interview this week!

Hop over to her blog and you can listen in the post or subscribe to her podcasts so you can access them anywhere - it's so easy! (I was a podcast newbie and if I can do it you can do it).

We talk about rolling with the punches, people being "sock leavers," and there might even be a shout out to all you fabulous readers! Can't wait to hear what you all think - now go go go!

Thanks for having me Sarah!

4 comments:

Kelly (She Wears a Red Sox Cap) said...

I just listened and I absolutely loved this podcast and it made me love you even more than I already do :) I've never read Sarah's blog before or listened to her podcast but I will definitely be subscribing now. There were SO many things you guys talked about that I can relate to... #1 I don't describe myself as a perfectionist (ever) but I am totally like you with the plan... and I have learned in adulthood that my plan will fail almost every time ha ha, especially when kindergarten children are involved! I also loved when you guys discussed writing on your blogs and knowing when it feels like you have been talking about something "too much." I think this about my own blog often but then I NEVER think it about other blogs, just as you said! And finally, the idea of finding humor in those hard moments is something I just love love about you and Ben (and this is why I love Ben without ever meeting him). This is probably the number 1 thing I love about my marriage and it makes me happy when I see it in other marriages. I am not sure if I ever told you during my brief time of thinking I had PCOS (although I still have no idea if I do or don't) we got all those crazy infertility questionnaires and all the things I'm sure you are more than familiar with. I think all of that could have been really overwhelming, but Eric always helped me find humor in it. Instead of calling it PCOS, he calls it p (the sound not the letter) cause (as in basically how it would sound if you read the word instead of the letters) and he says it like a crow is making a caw sound (I'll demonstrate next time we are actually talking haha). Anyway, it sounds ridiculous and makes me laugh every time so basically anytime we had to talk about the serious stuff "when am I going to have time to get this blood drawn?" "do you know if anyone in your family has ever had ____ disease?" Eric would just be like hmm... pCAWs pCAWs and I would just laugh. So necessary. A little awkward when a doctor asked me if I have PCOS the other day and I almost started giggling but necessary for every day life as you say. Sometimes you have to be sad about it, and sometimes you have to laugh about it.

Now you need to grant me the award for longest comment ever. I'm done, I swear.

Amber said...

I LOVE listening to podcasts! Will download this on my phone to listen to on my dog walk tonight since that is when I do all my podcast listening :) Also Kelly's novel comment was a blog post in itself and I really enjoyed reading it and it makes me want to listen to your podcast even more! LOL

Amber said...

OK nevermind I didn't wait till my dog walk and just listened to it now - I LOVED IT!!! You should start doing podcasts yourself, Becky :) My favourite part was when you guys talked about being comfortable with being uncomfortable. That's something that came out of a yoga class I went to one time and it transfers over to life so so much. Especially when it comes to little annoying day-to-day tasks!

PS: I miss your voice and face, let's video chat soon!

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

Ok, you are going to be the first podcast I will listen to. I am going to download it and listen to it on my drive to my business meeting on Friday! (well if the roads cooperate and I can do the drive). Otherwise I will make time to listen to it this weekend. You know this means you are famous now, right? :)

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