In this episode we talk about the pillars of self-care and specifically talk about physical self-care. We delve into how we exercise, what we eat, and even what deodorant we wear. We encourage you to listen to this episode while you take a walk, eat an apple, or read the back of a shampoo bottle (it’ll make sense once you listen).
In this episode we start a new three part series about self-care. We talk about our perceptions of self-care, how good we are at practicing it and some of the history of this buzz word. Let us know how you practice self-care in your life!
This is the final episode in our creativity series. We talk about how to get past creative blocks/fears and how to incorporate creativity into your life. Let us know what projects you’re working on and tag us on instagram so we can see!
We are back after a 2 year hiatus! I hope you missed us. 2020 has been a wild ride, but it hasn’t stopped us from dreaming up all sorts of things. We are sharing those dreams mainly on our new instagram @kusscollective, but also here on the My Sister Says podcast.
We are starting a three part journey discussing creativity. What it is, what hinders it, and how we can cultivate more of it in our lives. Give us a listen and follow and share with all your creative/crafty/curious friends.
In this podcast we discuss the 100 day project that we all attempted and but only some completed! We discuss what we like about the project, what the challenges were, and how we might use it to further our other creative pursuits. We also hear a bit about Erin’s world travels and how she incorporated the 100 day project into her trip. We had some technical difficulties towards the end, so our quiz was not recorded 🙁 However, you can see what quiz we took and our results below in the show notes. We’re still learning!
Bonjour Pierre. Ça va?
Je suis désolé!
So so désolé.
How do I say…?
Before the fall I thought
“What a lovely bowl!”
Avec une fleur de couleur pêche
And the question “Where does it come from?”
barely skimmed my consciousness.
But then le bol slipped from the shelf
Dans la cuisine.
The bowl is dead,
At my hand.
So I beg you, s’il vous plaît,
tell me it was purchased
In everyone’s favorite French store
Pour douze euros.
And that it was not a prized possession of
“Three minutes past”
magic words, spoken to the wind
A man appears across the tracks
From around the bend
“Madame?” He says something about a train.
“Oui, I wait for the train…”
He gestures NO, with head and hands
“No train today?”
He replies with words
I don’t understand “Pardon, Je ne comprends pas”
again he takes great pains
To gesture NO
We both wait to see
if more information
Will be sought or given
He turns to leave
Followed by my weak “merci”
And so, I search “Hotels near me”
And prices are good
This far from the sea
With bags on back and in tow
I roll down the same road
I left behind
an hour ago
The woman is unprepared for me
At this hour
Resting between petit dejeuner
And the first check-ins of the day
“Bonjour, Do you have any vacancy?”
I smile at her enthusiastic “Oui!”
“Do you know, why there are no trains?”
“Oh, is it the strike?”
“I don’t know.”
“How many nights would you like?”
“I don’t know. Will they strike tomorrow?”
“I don’t know. But I will check for you.”
“Merci, Merci beaucoup!”
“No problem.” And a pause “no trains.”
“Tomorrow, no trains. Maybe a bus!”
“Is there a bus station?” “They leave from the train station. Sometimes.” “Sometimes?”
“Sometimes.” Her grimace is kind
“I’ll stay two nights.”
On this episode we discuss the idea of different internets. Do we see the same things online? Do we get the same news? Are we all just living in our own internet bubbles? Join us as we explore this topic and challenge ourselves to find a way to unplug.
This is our first and last podcast of 2017. We’ll catch you up on what’s changed in our lives and what we’ve been into during 2017. Also, we’ll share our quiz results for what our resolutions should be for 2018.
In this episode we discuss our habits, good and bad. Also, we explore how to instill new habits into our lives. Take a listen and maybe even notes, as we delve into how personality affects habit making and what habits legendary creatives, such as Maya Angelou, had in their everyday lives.
If you felt like you didn’t get to know enough about us in our first episode, then take the deep dive into our personalities. Find out how we’re different, how we’re similar and how feel about all of that. Also, we get sorted into our Hogwarts houses! This is a long one, so strap in. We do get more tired and less coherent as the show goes on, so bear with us. All the tests we took are linked below in our show notes.