New Podcast Episode Alert!
This morning, a new episode of Table Talk: A Place to Gather, Guide & Go is available! Table Talk: A Place to Gather, Guide, and Go explores the value and necessity of community. My friend, Jill Dobrowansky, and I became fast friends in an online writing group, and we started dreaming about offering a video podcast. We started this podcast adventure in January of 2021, and we are now in our second season. We release monthly videos on our YouTube channel–which you can check out here.
In this month’s episode, we discuss transitions, decision paralysis, decision fatigue, and how seasons affect our decisions. We have all been in seasons where our circumstances drive our decisions, but we have also made decisions that change our seasons. The mindset we choose impacts the way we navigate the changing seasons.
When our oldest son was in marching band [where are my band parents?], we developed a sweet community with other band parents. We grew to love Friday Night Lights and the fellowship with people we were surrounded by based on our son’s decision to be in band. His decision created a sweet season of unexpected community, so when he graduated, we felt a sense of loss. Our season was shifting, and we had to adjust to the loss of community born from opportunity.
Seasons drive our decisions, but our decisions also drive our seasons.
Take a few minutes to listen to the rest of our conversation. We always have room for one more at our table!
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