Co-hosted by husband and wife duo, Gerard Brown and Jessie Artigue. Want to learn more about growing together in Great Love? With expert speakers and authentic Mexican food in the heart of Southern California, we promise it will be an event that you do NOT want to miss. They recently paid off OVER K dollars of debt and we have enlisted their help with some of our own less-noble budgeting woes. Curious about our past budgeting conversations? Check out episodes 22, 47 and 57 for more backstory.
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Co-hosted by husband and wife duo, Gerard Brown and Jessie Artigue. Want to learn more about growing together in Great Love? With expert speakers and authentic Mexican food in the heart of Southern California, we promise it will be an event that you do NOT want to miss. They recently paid off OVER K dollars of debt and we have enlisted their help with some of our own less-noble budgeting woes.
Curious about our past budgeting conversations? Check out episodes 22, 47 and 57 for more backstory. Tune in for a look back at how starting a podcast has saved our marriage and be sure to join in the discussion over in our private facebook group.
Head to our site for more event info and click right here to support the show. Be sure to get the backstory in Episode 98 before you listen! They are the brains and hearts! The Better Love marriage assessment is meant to help you love more deeply, every day. Listen to Episode 96 for the backstory! The Cecils remind us of the distinct importance of understanding, defining and communicating what we want by sharing it regularly and openly with our partner.
Regardless of gender, remember that your sexual energies are meant to be complementary to one another and do not need to be identical. The Cecils share a positive and proactive solution for couples who have libidos that land on completely different levels! Ron promptly begins clearing the space around her, just in case. It is important to know that prioritizing personal growth is what allows you to show up for your partner as your true self.
Relationships become dangerous when you to expect or rely on the other person to fix you. Make sure to tune in to episode 94 to get the backstory before you listen! J causes some bristling with her masculine energy. The Peppers share an upcoming chance to find great marriage mentors! Head to our site for more event info and click right here to support the show! Tune in to hear about the upcoming episodes and find out how to attend the Grounded Marriage Summit in !
Check out our site to find out how to support the show! Quick Bites: As we game plan the house projects for our recent move , it has crowded out some of the things that are actually FUN to talk about. Our Wheel of Fortune discussion gave us a chance to determine how to spend time together after we eat dinner.
Trigger Questions: Which partner is more of the conversational enthusiast? How do you organize the list of things that you need or want!
Gerard makes a strong impression with something silky and then Jessie accidentally breaks his heart with a failed scavenger hunt. Thanks to Grounded our Marriage Summit! The backstory about our flower failure is blooming yet again. Gerard treats Jessie to the most luxurious way to sleep.
We talked about her lost pillowcase earlier this season and now thankfully the silk situation has been solved. Birthdays or really any special occasion can be sticky situations when you come from different frames of reference Trigger Questions: What is your fondest anniversary memory together?
What is your favorite errand to run with your partner? Jessie may know her way around a dictionary, but Gerard is the strategic gambler of the family. They both agree that Wheel of Fortune makes great background music for dinner, but weeknight quality time feels like a prize all on its own. Visual proof that game show presenters might be stronger than they look.
Vanna White lawsuit. Do you have any TV watching guidelines when it comes to quality time as a couple or as a family? Are you and your partner bold enough to leave the house in matching outfits? If not, which person usually ends up changing? Tune in as they make a defense plan against household pests and the corresponding stinky antics.
Thanks to Noom for making this episode possible. Here is the pet-safe and kid-safe bug repellent that Jessie tried Bug-A-Salt 2. Gerard may claim to be a pacifist , but that has nothing to do with his vendetta against household pests. One of the many benefits to having super close neighbors is that they can easily pop over to help secure the perimeter in the middle of the night.
Trigger Questions: What is the absolute worst pest infestation that you can possibly imagine? Have you ever been startled by an out-of-place animal at your home?
What is your least favorite way to be woken up in the middle of the night? Verdict is still out on which of the two events might have caused the other to occur. Tune in as they navigate the ins and outs of emergency preparedness and find out what to do amidst the corresponding marriage conflict.
Doorframe or duck-and-cover? The Peppers try to decipher which is the best approach during a second earth-shattering alarm. Gerard is not the only one who has a crush on lead seismologist Lucy Jones. Avoid screaming to conserve your energy, use text messages instead of phone calls, and always make sure your family knows the master plan. Trigger Questions: Which partner is most likely to be overly prepared in the face of a natural disaster?
Did you ever have to learn or practice any type of emergency drills as a kid? Design your perfect storm bunker together Thanks to Cove for making this episode possible. Jessie loves: Fresh Produce!
Gerard loves: Sunset Happy Hours! A chance to connect with each other while he practices his mixology. Jessie loves: 4th of July Bloody Mary Bar! Gerard loves: Horny Corner in Belmont Shore! Jessie dislikes: Fireworks. They stress out the dog and you can hear about her past anxiety issues back in Episode Might be time to get a Roomba? Either that, or Sadie needs to borrow the hair supplements we talked about last week. Jessie dislikes: Body Hair Maintenance.
When you show more skin it means you have more surface area to shave. Gerard dislikes: Sweating In Bed. Our house without AC means a total lack of privacy and a robust fleet of fans. Gerard also dislikes: swarming flies. The key is to steer clear of the alley and keep all the screens closed. Jessie dislikes: Tourists. Specifically — sandy towels, illegal parking, and husbands who wear tank tops. If you could only eat one fruit or veggie for the entire season, which one would it be and how would you prepare it?
Men in tanks tops… Yes or No? Gerard is ready to revamp his grooming routine and is willing to accept help with the hair on his head AND his face. Meanwhile: Jessie wants straightening trays, but Gerard is concerned that it will drain their bank account.
After having braces for nearly a decade, it seems like her little chompers should be as straight as they come. Finally, The Peppers discuss how investing in personal appearance can be balanced out by the other ways that they both save or spend their money.
Jessie admits that his beard-to-mullet ratio is one of the ways she determines her opinion of how he keeps his look.
Is it a naturally high hairline or male pattern baldness? Can extreme stress cause hair loss? The bruush has caused some segregation in the dental care department of our bathroom and now the toothbrushes must be kept separate so that their bristles never touch. Has anyone else had a palate expander that ruined their life?
The Peppers are thinking of starting a petition to get them banned by the Geneva Convention. Gerard got an urgent phone call in Guatemala when Jessie got bad news at the orthodontist. Does wrinkle cream deserve its own category in the family budget? Jessie learns that Gerard is QUITE generous with his gift-giving, but certainly much stingier with his exit row on an airplane. Torn corners!
Sticky wheels, OH MY! What the statute of limitations when it comes to unclaimed gifts? Jessie is tempted to match her new Away suitcase to her silk Pepper dress, but thankfully it appears as though Gerard has backed her off of that ledge.
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