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The Next Right Thing

with Emily P. Freeman

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For the second-guessers, the chronically hesitant, or anyone who suffers from decision fatigue, best-selling author and host Emily P. Freeman helps create a little space for your soul to breathe so you can discern your next right thing in love. Because out of the thousands of decisions you make everyday, chances are a few of them threaten to keep you up at night. If you're in a season of transition, waiting, general fogginess or if you've ever searched "how to make a decision" on the interne ...
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Lisa Lillien, a.k.a. Hungry Girl, is obsessed with food––how wonderful it is, and how much of it she can eat and still fit into her pants! Through bestselling cookbooks, a daily email with 1 million+ subscribers, a magazine, and more, her Hungry Girl empire delivers healthy recipes that are easy & delicious, tips & tricks, smart food finds, and real-world survival strategies. And now she’s reaching fellow food lovers like never before! Each food-themed episode is packed with personal stories ...
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Do The Right Thing

Fuzz Productions

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Award-winning comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Michael Legge and amazing special guests. In it, two teams work out the right thing to do in strange scenarios and scary situations which range from the everyday to the weird and extreme. Don't feel you have to start at the beginning - we'd suggest you start with the most recent series then work backwards! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Making Things Right

Brian Nietzel

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An Invitation to Restoring LGBTQ+ Faith. In this podcast mini series, you’ll hear collaborative conversations where friends and thought-leaders representing varied perspectives gather with a common purpose: to share and listen, to find new empathy, and to build new bridges between Christians and the LGBTQ+ community. These conversations will provide insights and ideas to help you find your place at the table and your unique role in making things right.
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This week we'll finish up our walk through past episodes with one of my all-time favorites about Mr. Rogers. I had been wanting to do an episode related to Fred Rogers for quite some time, but it took me a while to finally pull some threads together and connect my thoughts just a little bit. This episode was originally published as episode 103 in N…
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In this episode, Lisa, Jamie, and Mikey tried 14 AMAZING finds from Sam’s Club. Finds like teriyaki chicken fillets, handmade crab cakes, veggie mac ‘n cheese puffs, pickle-flavored cashews, surprisingly great kombucha, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, the find of all finds: frozen bananas with peanut butter and dark chocolate! No time to waste—push play no…
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This week, we're continuing our walk through past episodes doing something we've never done before. I'm looking back at some of my personal favorites. This episode was originally published as episode 136 in July of 2020, and it explores the question, "Is there room for slow processing in this fast moving world? How can we make thoughtful decisions …
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For the next several weeks, we're doing something we've never done before. It's a bit of a look back at some of my personal favorite episodes. Today's replay was originally episode 71, Let Time be Your Friend. It came about after months of ruminating over this idea of the passing of time and how it's always part of our lives, but we don't often sit…
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In this episode, Lisa and the gang tried some amazing stuff from our old pal Joe. Finds like an egg frittata with Swiss cheese & cauliflower, an almond chipotle dip, a super-delicious spinach & kale Greek yogurt dip, possibly the best biscotti ever, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, the find of the haul: a new cereal bar that received a perfect score on Lisa…
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Today I'll be sharing a beloved spiritual practice and a bit of a personal update as well as what to expect here on The Next Right Thing in the coming months. Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Order a How to Walk into a Room Download the free discussion guide for How to Walk into a Room by visiting this page and clicking the button "D…
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It's time for our seasonal episode of What's Saving My Life Right Now. I'll be sharing the things that are life-giving to me during this current spring season and I'll encourage you to make your own list. It could be anything from a favorite product to a spiritual practice, a fun new show, or a meaningful relationship. When it comes to naming what …
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In this episode, Lisa and the gang chew on some AMAZING new finds, like new infused fruit crisps from Brothers All Natural, roasted chickpeas that are OUT OF THIS WORLD, a yummy plant-based cookie, a low-sugar dark chocolate lemon crème cup, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, the standout of the entire haul from one of our favorite brands, Skinny Dipped... So…
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I'm so glad to welcome New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Myquillyn Smith. You may know her best as The Nester and I know her best as my big sister. The good news for all of us, is that Myquillyn has a brand-new book available on this very day. It's called House Rules: How to Decorate for Every Home, Style and Budget. She's …
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Today I’ll share words from someone else for all of us to listen to and carry with us and reflect on together. Here is “The Path” by Lynn Ungar. Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: "The Path" by Lynn Ungar Order a How to Walk into a Room Download the free discussion guide for How to Walk into a Room by visiting this page and clicking th…
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In this episode, Lisa and the gang are trying brand new food finds from some of your favorite brands AND soon-to-be new favorites. Finds like a low-sugar sloppy joe sauce, a zero-sugar wing sauce, a new flavor from Frooze Balls, a new cold brew coffee drink that’s AMAZING... and Lily’s Chocolate has reformulated its creamy milk chocolate bar, and i…
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They say May is the new December, and we all know it's true. Though we have a month until we get there, chances are this season's activities are in full swing now and not likely to stop until June. It's times like this when I often find myself busy doing the things that don't matter as much, and avoiding doing the things that do. Sound familiar? Ho…
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Five years ago on this very day, Tuesday, April 2nd, The Next Right Thing book released into the world. It was based roughly on the first 30 episodes of this podcast. And now that book has sold over 100,000 copies, and it's still going. As a way to mark the moment, I thought I would share five decision-making principles from The Next Right Thing bo…
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In this episode, Lisa is joined by her friend, Dr. Robert J. Davis, to discuss a whole slew of myths about fitness. Myths like: "Do you need exercise to lose weight?" "Is morning the best time to get your exercise in?" "Is it true that you need to refuel after exercising?" Robert answers these questions and SO MUCH MORE. So don’t wait, push play no…
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Today's guest is one you're familiar with by now. It's my friend, partner, and husband, John Freeman. Aside from being my biggest cheerleader, John is also a pastor. He served for 12 years in two different churches as a youth pastor, until 11 years ago when he walked out of the room of official church ministry and walked into the room of our actual…
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Grace P. Cho is a Korean-American writer and Senior Acquisitions Editor at Revell, which is an imprint of Baker Publishing Group. Grace has authored and edited several inCourage bible studies and devotionals. And she's most recently contributed to the book Voices of Lament: Reflections on Brokenness and Hope in a World Longing for Justice. I've kno…
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Today we're continuing our conversations with people who have a lot of wisdom to offer when it comes to leaving rooms and finding new ones. My guest today is a writer, speaker and activist who focuses on issues in education, community, leadership, spirituality, and social change. He is the founder of the Center for Courage and Renewal and his name …
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Today's the day! It's the official release day for my brand new book, How to Walk into a Room: The Art of Knowing When to Stay and When to Walk Away. It's available in hardcover or audiobook format at any retailer, and you can order it this very moment. If you're not sure if this is a book for you, today's episode will help. If you're waiting for y…
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We've been working hard to figure out some technical issues that have killed many many episodes of the podcast, but we made it back in time for the annual Oscars contest! This is the longest episode yet, but if you really want to win your work office pool, all the info you need is here! Who will win this year? Wes, or Alexis?…
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A quick bonus episode! I'm here to let you know that I have a post script from Tuesday's episode — an announcement about preorder bonuses (Monday, March 11 is the last day to receive your gifts!), and a sneak peek — one of the blessings from the Blessings for Hellos and Goodbyes audio collection. Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Preo…
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In this episode Lisa, Jamie & Mikey taste-tested some INCREDIBLE food finds, like mushroom & asiago egg bites, salmon skewers, another great find from Kevin’s Natural Foods, super-hydrating lemon water, dark chocolate coconut cups, and SO MUCH MORE. Plus, the find of all finds: a spaghetti squash dish from Chef Hak that is AMAZING! So push play now…
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Today's guest is a former high school government and law teacher who earned a reputation as America's government teacher amidst the historic 2020 election proceedings for her viral efforts on Instagram to educate the general public on political misinformation. Her name is Sharon McMahon and her simple mission is to share nonpartisan information abo…
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In this week’s episode, Lisa and the gang taste-tested a slew of AMAZING finds from Target: birria & cheese pupusas, a delicious Asian vinaigrette, keto-friendly cinnamon roll muffins, low-sugar gummy worms, a low-sugar Pop-Tart swap, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, the find of the haul... a new breakfast bar from MadeGood that is out of this world! So sto…
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One thing that's important to talk about when we consider leaving and staying is that faithfulness can be found in both. Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Preorder a How to Walk into a Room to receive all your free gifts! Order from your favorite bookseller below (or another one not listed): Barnes and Noble Amazon US Amazon CA Booksh…
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When it comes to making tough decisions, there's one thing we all need that we cannot steal, force, rush or fake. Want to know what it is? Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Preorder a How to Walk into a Room to receive all your free gifts! Order from your favorite bookseller below (or another one not listed): Barnes and Noble Amazon U…
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In this episode, Lisa, Jamie & Mikey taste-tested 14— yes, 14!—(mostly) amazing items from Costco! Finds like Korean cabbage soup, teppanyaki chicken, dim sum, jumbo stuffed shrimp, Italian-style sausage & peppers, Buffalo-style chicken dip, apple pie bites, and SO MUCH MORE. Plus, the find of the entire haul: an "everything" sauce that you need to…
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When I started The Next Right Thing back in 2017, I had the chronically hesitant and the decision fatigued among us in mind. But we are not the only ones who need decision-making help. There are also those who are chronically eager and that's who I want to talk to today. Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE: Preorder a How to Walk into a …
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At the end of December, I shared what worked in 2023 here on the podcast, but for my letter subscribers at the end of the year, I also shared five things that did not work for me in 2023. One of the things I listed that didn't work for me last year was caring too much, specifically as it relates to parenting. Listen in. LINKS + RESOURCES FROM THIS …
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In this episode, Lisa and the gang taste-tested 14 food finds from one of our favorite grocers, Trader Joe’s: kung pao Brussels sprouts, broccoli & cauliflower gratin, smoked pulled chicken, five seed almond bars, ketchup flavor seasoning, cookie thins, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, not one but TWO items received a score of 10 on Lisa’s grading scale. Fi…
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It's time for our seasonal episode of What's Saving My Life Right Now. I'll be sharing the things that are life-giving to me during this current winter season and I'll encourage you to make your own list. It could be anything from a favorite product to a spiritual practice, a fun new show or a meaningful relationship. When it comes to naming what w…
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