I recently celebrated a birthday and according to Daryl, I took it well; citing no major meltdowns or bouts of depression, as apparently has been known to happen since passing the 40 mark.
In this episode, Dana is energized by her new fitness routine, but can’t seem to get Daryl excited about taking a class with her; they also chat about mattress stores, Starbucks coffee, the merits of becoming a foster family, and whether the theory of “opposites attract” is really true. Enjoy the show, and let us know what you think!
Contrary to some beliefs, persuasion isn’t synonymous with trickery, deceit or bad intentions. If your motives are pure, persuasion is simply a tool for creating change.
From cats and dogs to missed “summer break” opportunities to mindfulness expert Michael Singer, Daryl and Dana touch on a number of topics in this week’s episode of the Never Said We Were Perfect podcast.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t make a habit of becoming enamored with spiritual thought leaders that I learn about on Oprah.
Daryl and Dana sit down to record episode three and talk about the value of having regular date nights when they are interrupted to discuss Pokémon, Minecraft and other fascinating stories from their eight-year old.
“That looks like you, Mommy,” says my eight-year-old with a wide grin on her face, while doing a little window shopping on a family outing in St. Augustine, Florida. “Really now…I knew we should have left you at home,” I say back with an equally large grin. And just like that it hit me: my…
Little did I know that the very same year I was struggling to face the reality that I was far more transparent than I wanted to be, my future husband would take one step closer to securing our “it was meant to be status” (Continue)
Dana and Daryl talk about old cars, musical crushes and tv shows in this episode of the Never Said We Were Perfect podcast.
In episode 1, get to know us a bit, and hear how 10 years of marriage makes for a few good laughs.
What do couples who don’t fight, reminiscing about how we met and other miscellaneous observations about daily life have to do with one another? They are discussed in the first episode of our new podcast, Never Said We Were Perfect™. (continue)