In the premiere episode of The Nuanced Life, we introduce the podcast’s format. In the first segment, we’ll talk about a person, place, thing, or idea that we’re currently obsessing about. In the second, we’ll take a closer look at one theme, and we’ll end with a quote that will send us all off with some inspiration.
Today, Beth talks about a fascinating look at the Japanese friend-rental business from The Atlantic. Sarah discusses the concept of “emotional labor” and the way gender plays into the division of that labor. In our feature segment, we discuss How to Live Wisely and choices we’ve made around career and family. We end by sharing a quote from Richard Rohr’s beautiful book, Falling Upward.