A 2018 Retrospective with Meghan and Lis

It’s been a long time, but we’re back! In this episode we catch you up on what each of us has been up to, then we discuss some of our main themes and takeaways from a year that felt like three years. From being brave to letting go, we lay it all out there and set our intentions for 2019. Happy New Year all, and enjoy!

Show notes

  • Meghan and Lis are back after a few months away!

  • Meghan catches us up on life and work in San Diego

  • Lis clues us in to living “the horse life” in New Mexico

  • “Just listen to the wind”

  • Finding the ways we want to live

  • If it feels good, do it. If it hurts, don’t.

  • Recognizing and accepting familial differences

  • Opening up to the generosity and love of others

  • Art, coffee, and chocolate in Madrid, New Mexico

  • The anxiety of isolation... or isolating anxiety

  • Codependency reemerges

  • Meeting people where they’re at (reprise)

  • What Lis has been doing for work

  • Takeaways from 2018 and themes for 2019

  • Don’t forget to please Rate and Review us on iTunes. We’ll be sure to shout you out on our next episode!

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What Sense of Self Remains - Catch Up with Meghan and Lis

We’re back and more well-traveled than ever! In today’s episode Meghan and Lis dive into Lis’s summer travels and current location-independent life. We also dig into all of the implications that come along with shedding old anxieties and routines and stepping into new versions of ourselves we discover along the way. It’s a reunion not to be missed. Enjoy!

Show notes

  • Meghan and Lis are back!
  • Lis has been traveling “all the heck over”
  • Balancing life and work while traveling
  • Letting go of anxieties, schedules, and routines
  • Finding ways to normalize experiences
  • Letting go of the former parts of yourself
  • Codependency, self-compassion, and survival mode
  • Trusting our intuition
  • “Are you trying to go out and meet new people?”
  • Emotionally divesting from those who leave AND being the ones who leave
  • Don’t forget to please Rate and Review us on iTunes. We’ll be sure to shout you out on our next episode!

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