Episode 245: RUN CALLIE RUN

(original release date: April 28 2020)

Jeff is grateful for: essential employees

Callie is grateful for: whiteboards

On this episode:

  • Jeff wants to leave a tip for our trash collector but he doesn’t know the best way to go about it

  • Why it’s so important to have an open conversation about mental health

  • My friend Nick Valencia reveals he has diagnosed anxiety, depression and PTSD on live TV

  • Your calls: What’s a good substitute for “does this spark Joy”?

  • Call-in topic: what small thing from your childhood are you still impacted by as an adult?

  • Women look forward to alone time more than men

  • The path to bliss lies in sleep

  • Jeff is showing his protective side and I think it’s super cute

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