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It’s the first show of the new year I picture like confetti and celebration and kissing with my husband. We never do that. Do you ever kiss on New?
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Year’s. I do Like I do.
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We don’t Right when the ball drops, we just kind of look at each other.
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Oh, you need a new tradition, sister. We’re not one of those families you need it. I don’t know.
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We’re always at home in our pajamas.
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We are two and we’re usually watching the ball drop and then there’s the yelling and the stuff and they’re like oh yeah, we’re supposed to kiss, like the people on the TV.
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It’s not a romantic moment, it’s just obligatory to celebrate that doesn’t sound good.
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I don’t know Either way, however, you celebrate.
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It’s the new year.
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It’s the new year and it’s almost our two-year radio anniversary, which is crazy Two years. I can’t believe that.
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I mean, I feel like just the other day I was doing sound check for the first time and I was like super scared.
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You were like chat, chat, what, what, yeah. And then the other day you came in here like sound check, let’s get it going, brother. I was like wow, we have turned a corner.
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Well, you know, you have the radio background of the both of us. I don’t.
0:01:43 – Speaker 1
Well, you’ve taught me you have sped ahead of me there, girlfriend, it’s okay.
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Well, in my defense, we needed to get to a meeting that day and we had people waiting on us. Whatever you want to tell yourself, it’s all good.
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Throw me under the bus, girl. Just throw me under the bus. That’s what I’m here for. But I got to tell you different types of New Year’s resolutions. I love hearing them from people and I love thinking it, because everybody’s got you know the same ones, and then you hear these like weird ones every once in a while, like I last year. I remember my neighbor is like I am going to spend more time petting my dog, what? And I was like right on you know, do your thing. Yeah, she said it relaxes her, oh, yeah.
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All right. So if you’re listening to the show, I want you to go on our Facebook page and I want you to tell us what are some weird.
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I want to hear some unique ones, absolutely.
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Because we all have the normal ones.
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Yeah, diets, exercise why?
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we’re talking about the normal ones. Let’s refresh our memory a little bit here. Miss Kim, from last year.
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From last year. I knew you were going to go there.
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It’s so embarrassing Because I remember you around the end of Christmas texting me and saying I got to make some changes. I’m reading this book and you got to make some changes with me. Like you got to be with this and I’m like, okay, I’m in. Look, my pants are getting tied. I need to make some changes. Too many funnel cakes and you know we’re always telling people you have to take care of yourself before you can take care of your family, and so I was like I got to practice. What a preach year I got to. So I was on it with you. So let’s talk about what happened last year.
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Well, we were doing some great things like the squat challenge. We would text each other. I’m on 59. 60.
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61. One day we had like 90 squats to do. I could not walk.
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the next day my husband was laying in bed cracking up because I was like oh, I forgot to do my squats, I’m in my Christmas. Pjs. It’s like a midnight and I’m like squatting on the side of the bed and he’s like this is a super weird care I got to text, mandy, that I did my squat.
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Like that accountability is so huge.
0:03:42 – Speaker 1
Yes, and then we were like eating super good. I remember we would we would take chocolate when you can have fresh raspberries. And I was like amen sister, it was blackberries, not raspberries.
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I’m not a raspberries, but remember when I was texting you and I was like I have never like blackberries before in my life and now I do. Like people can change, there’s so much value in this. I am a new person.
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I’m a new creation. I remember this can sound terrible, but I remember standing in line somewhere in this lady in front of me. Her pants were so tight and it reminded me of my pants before we started doing our squat challenges stuff and how uncomfortable they were and I was like Mandy, these pants are reminding me I’m never going back Like this. Is it for me? How can people eat unhealthy ones? They know how good it feels to be healthy.
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And I also remember texting you saying oh my gosh, matt had a Coke at lunch.
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Like how could he?
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I have never been a Diet Coke addict in my life. Okay, that’s totally false. But I had given it up for nine months and I felt like I was on top of the world. We were like we’re amazing.
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And look at this.
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We would never going back. But my kids would want to go through the drive through after school and I would text him and I’d be like I got them fries and a drink and I don’t even want it. Like I don’t even crave it anymore because it does so much to my body, Okay, so we were on this like kind of judgmental, awful wrong space but really good, but we were looking good. I even bought new pants in a different size, like I was.
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Like I am rocking this, although I wore my old pants just so I’d feel thin.
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And then and then, let’s fast forward to April. April, four months we last in four months and in April we started traveling, doing some traveling for nextTalk and we went to a conference In DC. Yeah, it was a hard conference. It was, it was intense all about sex trafficking and we saw some really bad things horrible and we were have, we were struggling to process it all, like there were lots of tears in the hotel room and one night.
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It was the first night, I think.
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Second, no, this was towards the end. This was towards the end. We ended. Let me just tell you what we ended. We ended laying on the bed in our pajamas With 40 dollars worth of pizza between watching house hunters watching house hunters and literally You’re like I need a coke.
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Do they have coke in the building? It was so bad and it just went downhill from there. It was awful, like we could never get it back never, and that was almost a year ago.
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We have lived on chocolate, and then we were like we’re never going to get judgmental again, like we cannot get that way, because I feel like god saw us getting judgmental and he’s like I’m gonna teach you.
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Like no, wait, yeah, so now we’re here in this boat where I have one pair of pants at it. Um, this morning I had um halloween candy for breakfast and coffee.
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but we enjoyed Christmas cookies and fudge like that fudge was good, it was good, it was worth it.
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But here we are again. New year, new you.
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We’re gonna try and fix this we got to get it back and we know you’re feeling the same way and we, we got to do it with a balance.
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We got to do it with something that’s like sustainable. I mean last year we were like no carbs and no sugar for like two months For life.
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We’re like we’re doing this for life. We swung the pendulum way over here, just like we say with parenting. You like freak out, you go way over here and then you can’t maintain it. Yeah, and you’re driving everybody, your helicopter, moming and you’re all crazy stuff you got to come back to center, and that’s what we want to focus on today. How do you find that center in the new year, in these different areas of your life?
0:07:13 – Speaker 3
So my thing is, you know, like maybe I cannot buy diet coke at my house and treat myself once a week when I go out to eat. Now my problem is this is what happens to me. I find reasons. I’m doing the air quotes right now.
Reasons why I need to go out more aka excuses, yeah, why I need to go out to eat more often, because then I can get a diet coke. Yeah, like, this is my mental challenge. Like what is wrong with me? I got it and so, but we got to get back on track because I will tell you, when I was eating, better it’s. I know it sounds cliche, but when I was eating better and exercising, I slept so much better, absolutely, and I would literally wake up at 4 30 in the morning without an alarm clock and be ready to work. Yeah, and I would work and I would have the most productive day. And now I’m like pulling out a bed at 6 30 with my big O gut and I’m like what do I have to do today? Like I’m not. I gotta get it together.
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The other day my husband was looking for a pen and he opened the side drawer on my nightstand and he’s like this has gone too far, woman. And I was like what? And there was candy wrappers, I know.
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Gross, I’m glad he found you out.
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I know and I was like I’m sharing it, so that the reason I’m sharing it is for accountability, because for me it really helps one of the members on our team. She’s like we are going to exercise together and I am going to call you and we are going to meet at the gym and since we started doing that, like two weeks ago, like I, I don’t want to let her down and that helps me stay accountable and I’ve been exercising a little bit more. And then the whole candy thing, like Halloween, cannot be my complete downfall, because I love you Snickers, I love you and Reese’s.
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So I have a fear of the gym. Let me just say it, I know you do Like the whole smell of sweat like makes me so nauseous.
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Can I tell them what you said about the?
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bicycles. Okay, whatever you wanna say.
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And she went to a cycling club because we were all about, you know, exercise, support each other. And she’s like it’s so gross to sit on the cycles for the spin class because there’s butt juice on there. I was like goodness gracious. She’s like it’s sweats from people’s butt. I can’t do it.
0:09:21 – Speaker 3
It’s true she doesn’t even like to walk into the gym, the smell of it, it just I can’t do it Like I can’t do it, so what’s your thing? Then I recharge by being alone, like that is my thing. And running, so running is my thing. And when I say running, I’m like earbuds in my favorite worship song. I mean that is my prayer time, that is my worship time. I try and tune out the world. I don’t wanna hear anybody’s problems. I don’t wanna hear. And I will tell you, when I am running I’m a better mom and wife, like I’m more patient because I’m filled up, like God has filled me up, because that’s what helps me, and so that’s the thing. I know what it takes. But then the doing it part, like the carrying it forward, you know, because life gets busy and you’re like, oh, I can cut out my run today because I just gotta be in all these places.
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One I think that’s the two steps where we wanna point out here is one identify what it is. Yeah, what is it? That is your thing. For me, don’t judge me it’s dancing. You are a booty shaker. Our team is like have you danced? Like when I’m super stressed, not like at a place, like at home, like put my music in and dance around the house and we need video proof.
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We’re like Kim we need a video proof. And it’s so funny because her kids are always dancing in the background too. They are, and so we get this video of Kim in her kitchen with her kids behind her and the booties are all moving and it’s like they’re shaking out the stress.
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We’re shaking it out, and even at the gym. I love any kind of a dance class at the gym and I’m telling you, I feel like a new person. It’s like my stress flows out through my booty. Oh, get that. That’s so bad. That sounds like you have diarrhea.
0:11:00 – Speaker 3
That sounds like you have diarrhea. That totally sounded like you have like ear to bowel syndrome or something. Stop writing off. We get what you’re saying. We get what you’re saying.
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You’ve got to identify what fills you at Find your thing and then get an accountability partner. Yeah, Like whoever that is a friend. Maybe it’s a class where people get to know you and you expect you to be there Get some accountability.
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Well, and if I’m irritable, like if I’m like being mean or whatever, kim will like text me and be like have you ran? Like like you got to go on a run.
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And my husband, his, is weightlifting like heavy weights and he has them in the garage.
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And that I mean I literally would just have to point to the garage like no, like it’s to the garage, no, no, it’s almost like the dog going to the dog. I was like I didn’t want to say it, but it’s true.
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I’m like, yeah, garage for you.
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He probably appreciates it, because it’s almost like I get to step away from the madness of the three kids and all the stuff that’s going on in here and I get to go work out and that’s gonna give me more patience and help me.
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It’s gonna fill my cup. He puts in he loves gospel, church music like like the.
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Oh my goodness, like Charles, there is a huge worship choir out in our garage and like he pumps it loud and that’s what he lifts to. That is so funny. Like TD, like any kind of like. He’s not the guy that Franklin it anything like that. I mean, he will have it pumping and he’s like Jesus, and then he’s like lifting Jesus, yeah, and I was thinking he was like a rap guy.
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I’m the rap you’re the rap he loves rock and roll and gospel gospel that is really. I learned something every day on this show, every day.
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Crazy. So find your thing, get some accountability your part, your spouse, your friend, class, whatever.
0:12:42 – Speaker 3
I mean that physical Health is so important and you got, we got to do it and and, like I said, don’t go so crazy with it. That is not maintainable. Like we did, like we just didn’t maintain it, we were judgmental Don’t be, don’t be us, don’t be us, don’t be us. That is a lesson of the day. I stepped.
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0:13:17 – Speaker 3
So we kind of talked about this physical health. Yeah, you know, let’s talk about, like, your spiritual health, your emotional, you know all of that mental. I mean you got to be Together a lot, you got to be together, and especially when your parents and you’re running a household, you’re working your juggling a career and kids and their activities like it’s exhausting, just saying it all, yeah, it’s, and so we really have to take care of ourselves. You know, and and like we said, that physical health is important. But the over scheduling I know we say this a lot, but going into the new year, you’re getting a fresh calendar. Okay, you are gonna be asked to do more things, because it’s that time of year where I need you to volunteer for this. I need you to, and volunteering is amazing. And we add, the world needs volunteers.
We need volunteers but you cannot volunteer at the sake of your family, absolutely, and we hold each other accountable to this. Last night I was supposed to do something for next time, yep, and we had a deadline. It was an internal deadline and I texted Kim and I said I have to turn it off and spend time with my family. I will get to it tomorrow. I’m so sorry and you were like. I’m so proud of you, like it wasn’t like I’m mad.
No, it was like I’m so proud of you, like this is what we need to do. And so you know, watch your calendar as you’re going into this new year. You’re signing kids up for sports right now. You’re getting ready to start all that. Don’t over schedule yourself.
0:14:35 – Speaker 1
I have a tip here, that kind of I don’t know just. I had this moment a couple of months ago. We all like those pretty pens for our calendars. You know the different colors that you use to say this or that a lot of people use those.
Yeah, I only write in my calendar and pencil Because you have got to be flexible to some degree and be able to erase things if it’s not working for you or your family, if it is overstretching you, it is okay to erase things in your planner. Yeah, don’t do it in pen.
0:15:08 – Speaker 3
Well, another thing that I do on my calendar, I have what I call breathe days. Yes, breathe days now. Breathe days Do not mean that I am sitting around in the bathtub hallmark and eating bonbons.
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I wish, I wish, I had time for that.
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Breathe days for me are days that I’m at home, yeah, that I’m working from home. I’m working probably five or six hours from home that day, but I’m also doing laundry, I’m also meal planning. I’m like taking care of that household stuff. Breathe days fill me up because I literally, in my mind, will be like I took care of my family today.
0:15:42 – Speaker 1
Yes check like it makes me feel good, and you got to know what your breathe day looks like.
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Your breathe. They may be reading a book for three hours.
0:15:49 – Speaker 1
I have a dear friend who what fills her up is when she has her kids, you know, at school or whatever, having lunch with friends. You know she’s a social girl and that just fills her cup. She feels like she can do anything if she gets time to be with her girlfriends.
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Like I am the opposite and you are that makes me want to create that me too, I need to like be alone.
0:16:09 – Speaker 1
Yeah, I’m Alone, but you need to figure out what a breathe they looks like for you. Maybe it’s, you know, doing something active, like going for a run or going out to whatever it is and this is trial and error.
0:16:19 – Speaker 3
So if you start trying things like if you, if you think, oh, my thing is the girlfriend thing and I go out to lunch and I shop while my kids are at school and that’s my breathe day and I’m gonna schedule it on my calendar once every two weeks or whatever, and you do that and you pick your kids up from school and you’re a screaming maniac and you’re not being patient and you’re you know, you’re more stressed than you were before you, before you had your time, yeah, that’s not your breathe thing. Right, that may be an activity that you still want to play in because your friends are important to you, but it’s not the thing that makes you saying correct, like, it’s not the thing that makes you saying and you know also, you know we talk a lot about being over scheduled because we struggle with it.
I mean we, so we bring that up a lot and we have a show on it, over scheduled and over it. You can check that out. But also I think when we’re talking about our mental health and stuff, we also have to talk about like there are just chemical imbalances, absolutely where we need help, where we need medical attention, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong. It’s like high blood pressure you know you need medicine and your hormones need medicine for your mental health.
So see a doctor if, if you are feeling in your like nothing is helping me breathe, nothing is helping me feel like I can get my head above water, you know, in this crazy world, in this busy time. So we also have a couple shows on anxiety and depression and Perfectionism and we brought in a professional counselors for all of those. So listen to those shows as well, but see your doctor, see a counselor. I mean, what do you want to add here? I mean I have seen a counselor Try three times in my life at different seasons and I look back at it it’s one of the best things that I ever did to see a counselor and they help give me perspective and to see things that I Wasn’t able to see because my mind was so cloudy at the time about what everything was going on.
0:18:02 – Speaker 1
It’s so true it is. It’s just a gift to be able to be in a space of someone who’s not going to judge you, who doesn’t know your past. They’re there to give you a fresh perspective and hear you out, and so it is fantastic and so helpful for you, your spouse, kids. Even if that’s the case and the other side of that is, please don’t ignore the people who love you, that are recognizing something’s not right.
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That’s so good.
0:18:26 – Speaker 1
They know you, they’ve seen your patterns, like my husband knows. Like okay if the house is crazy. I’ll give her a few days, yeah he’s like I know that Kim’s brain doesn’t work when things are in chaos, yeah, and I’ll give her a few days and then, if it doesn’t get, then we’ve kind of crossed into like, hmm, is she okay? Your spouse, your friends, your people, they know your rhythm, they know when it’s just a moment versus a pattern and a trend. Well like for you, you’re a, you’re a goer.
0:18:55 – Speaker 3
Yeah, I mean you’re like Go go. Yes, you are hustling, like working, like that’s that’s me, that’s you. So, literally, if you were like to me, I’m sleeping today. Yes, I would be like what is wrong with you can like this. This is not okay.
0:19:10 – Speaker 1
So we talk about the beach. Yes, like you Can stay in your PJs all day and that’s like great and you feel rested and it’s cozy.
0:19:20 – Speaker 3
Yeah, in the carpool line in my PJs on my brief days, like I just do it.
0:19:23 – Speaker 1
So if I call you at 6 pm and I’m still in my PJs, it’s time to call the counselor, because I that’s not my thing. Yeah, like I can’t do it, it stresses me out.
I’m like, but I gotta put on some clothes and make my bed and when I tell you you’re like, yeah, that’s just her, she’s just that’s just her PJ girl, yeah, so no, I’m allow your people to speak into you, and I think that’s the other side of is allow them to do that without losing your mind, and they’re saying something because they love you and they want to help you and you know we we can’t miss talking about the most important thing here, with our emotional well-being and spiritual well-being is your relationship with Jesus.
0:19:57 – Speaker 3
Absolutely like that is so important. The other day I was so stressed out and I was spiraling. I could feel myself that overwhelming feeling and and I just set for an hour and did Bible study and I had no time for it. I had no time for it, but you know what that time in the word, I was so much more productive with the other five hours of my day that I had carved out to work. I had six hours carved out to work. Yep, I needed 12 hours always. I had six hours. I took an hour away for Bible study and in that five hours I got way more done than I would have done had I not, because I would have been sitting out on my computer crying and overwhelmed, but it filled me up.
Yes, go to the word. And it may not. You may not be able to have an hour. You’re looking at me like I have no hour because there I have three little kids. But I love what you say. If it’s just meditating on a scripture, you know, while you’re doing laundry, whatever works for you, or if you have a commute, listen to a pastor, listen to a podcast, somebody you love. Let that fill you up and get your attitude right, absolutely, even in the bathroom.
0:21:00 – Speaker 1
Yeah, I’m just gonna lay it out there. That is a great time, because you’re sitting there anyway. Yeah, it’s quiet. Yeah, private time, yeah why not pray?
0:21:08 – Speaker 3
Why not? Well, and we know what you said earlier, you know, you, you. We leave the stress out of your.
0:21:17 – Speaker 1
Live that. That was a moment, that was a special one.
0:21:21 – Speaker 3
I almost feel like we need a shirt made about that or like a mean. No one will buy it. I don’t know, it’s funny.
0:21:28 – Speaker 1
You know, I had a moment the other day with this woman and I think this illustrates kind of what you’re saying. Also, we do hybrid schools, so we’re homeschooling most of the days and that is a lot.
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0:21:40 – Speaker 1
Um it’s a commitment.
It’s a big commitment and if you are not right and in the right space, it will stretch you thin and spit you out, and so we have to hold each other accountable. The other moms that we are in this together, and this mom was having a rough time and she’s like I’m gonna go win it all, it’s over, I’m leaving it all. I mean, she was just at the end and so I was praying with her and it was a weekend, so she was just gonna like step away and her husband was gonna help with the kids and she just needed a minute. And we were talking again the next week and she seemed like a new person and I was like what happened? And she’s like you know, it’s so funny.
I went home and I felt God just saying just spend time with me, just spend time with me. And so she just delved into the word as much as she could From Thursday to Monday and she just bathed herself in scripture. Bathed herself in scripture and she’s like you know what? It reminded me of who I am in Christ. I am not the haggard wife, I am not the taken it granted for mom. I am not a loser and a failure, like I was telling myself and she’s like, as soon as I allowed Jesus to speak into me again, I was ready to walk back into my life and I was like thank you for saying that. I think we all know that in our head, but we forget, we do it’s such an important reminder.
0:22:58 – Speaker 3
It’s just back to the basics, people. I mean God knows us and he can fill us up, and I don’t know why we always go to other things everything first. Yeah, so okay. So we’re taking care of our physical health, getting our mental, spiritual, emotional health checked out. You know that kind of stuff. So we have a challenge for you in this new year, mmm we want you to take one step toward creating open communication in your family.
0:23:24 – Speaker 1
This is like a new year challenge.
0:23:25 – Speaker 3
Yes, this will change your family legacy. Yes, it will. It will change your family.
0:23:30 – Speaker 1
This is a short-term and long-term effect that we cannot put a value on.
0:23:34 – Speaker 3
I mean it will affect your kids marriages in the future because they are how you’re modeling in your home and talking about things. It’s gonna affect them at work in the future how they’re able to resolve conflict with people, Absolutely like it is all.
Everything we do at nextTalk is about this, and we want you, in this new year, to commit yourself. You know, at the end of this year I may have fallen off the wagon with my diet, I may be in my big jeans again, like I am, but I can say a hundred percent our family is better. Yeah, at the end of this year, because we’re talking yes, we’re being intentional about creating a culture of conversation in our home where we can talk about anything, and we’re building up our marriage, that foundation, and and this is really what keeps our kids safe online Because when they see things, then they tell us and we talk it through, and so Wherever they go at the neighbor’s house, where they’re at the playground and they don’t even have phones, but they’re hearing about what somebody saw online, like this is the answer, and so we want you to take a step.
0:24:34 – Speaker 1
Do Dorotomy 6, 6 and 7 Want you to read that? Let that be a start for you. You can delve into our video series. You can listen to our podcasts. Whatever it may be, attend one of our events. Start somewhere with talking to your family, talking to your kids on the go, in the car, at bedtime, around the kitchen island. They need to know that you are their safe place and our video series.
0:24:57 – Speaker 3
It’s called when do I start? For a reason Exactly. It walks you through nine weeks. Each video is 30 minutes. There’s discussion questions for your group resources. I can do like two neighbors at your house and it be a good when your spouse just you and your spouse but we are like. This is our challenge to you take one step or listen to our podcast. Continue listening there.
0:25:20 – Speaker 1
So remember, physical health is important diet, exercise and sleep. Mental, spiritual and emotional health is extremely important. You cannot love your family well if you are depleted, and take a step toward building open communication in your family this year.
0:25:34 – Speaker 2
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