Do you find that you and your significant other keep getting at each others throat over the same thing…your plans? Be it your weekend dinner date, guys night, rec leauge basketball, or whatever. The two of your plans just don’t seem to be on the same page and it causes tension in the relationship, because it keeps happening. If that’s you, this episode is for you. Let’s chat about keeping your spouse informed and involved. You’ll thank us when you are’t fighting as much anymore.
It seems like these days that anytime a business or company does or doesn’t do something that brings some opposition, it’s time to bring the outrage and of course, boycott. Not that all boycotts are for not, but is it always necessary and is it getting overdone? Listen in to hear Joey and Justin discuss some differing opinions on the subject.
Having a bad day? Unhappy at work? Feel like you’re in a rut? I’m sure we’ve all been there at times, but have you taken a moment to realize how truly blessed your really are? It will change your entire perspective. That’s our discussion topic for this episode.
Life is happening all around you, but it seems that everyone is looking for ways to escape reality. Sports obsessions, video games, TV/movies, you name it. Those aren’t all bad but there needs to be balance. That is the direction of today’s discussion, finding balance between whats real and what is purely fantasy.
Starting off season 2, Jim Muir joins us to discuss some of his life’s journey’s of the past, present, and future. All which have had part in leading him to his newest venture of writing his first book, “Offerings-A Daily Collection of Wit and Wisdom Wrapped in an Attitude of Gratitude. This is a great way to kick off season 2 because Jim brings some inspiring perspective that we can all use in our own lives.,
Join us for episode 50! We do a recap of getting things started with BTM and looking forward of what’s to come.
Toxic masculinity is one of the hottest topics and points of attack in today’s mixed up, crazy world. So, we are going to take a stab at discussing our views related to the topic. Spoiler alert…masculinity isn’t toxic. Some people are just buttholes!