Divorced Playbook

Ep 39: 21 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Life

March 23, 2021 Divorced Playbook Episode 39
Divorced Playbook
Ep 39: 21 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Life
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Ep 39: 21 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Life
Mar 23, 2021 Episode 39
Divorced Playbook

In this episode, we run through our new downloadable guide, 21 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Life, available for FREE for a limited time at http://divorcedplaybook.com/springcleaning

Other episode highlights:
Scott explains that he talks to the Levy Bros.' grandfather all the time -- but in the form of a robin (the bird, not the comic character).

Scott also makes the case for business casual to now include sweatpants.

Fun fact: The average American spends 7.7 hours a day being sedentary.

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Non-sequitur Quote of the Episode:
Dan: “I got very drunk and did something dumb. That’s what I was going to talk about. When have I ever told a story where I end up and ‘the moral is…I got some!’ It’s always like I’m in a park, being robbed or something. Have you listened to the show?”

Scott: “Not being robbed. Being robbed of your —“

Dan: “Dignity.”

Show Notes

In this episode, we run through our new downloadable guide, 21 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Life, available for FREE for a limited time at http://divorcedplaybook.com/springcleaning

Other episode highlights:
Scott explains that he talks to the Levy Bros.' grandfather all the time -- but in the form of a robin (the bird, not the comic character).

Scott also makes the case for business casual to now include sweatpants.

Fun fact: The average American spends 7.7 hours a day being sedentary.

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Non-sequitur Quote of the Episode:
Dan: “I got very drunk and did something dumb. That’s what I was going to talk about. When have I ever told a story where I end up and ‘the moral is…I got some!’ It’s always like I’m in a park, being robbed or something. Have you listened to the show?”

Scott: “Not being robbed. Being robbed of your —“

Dan: “Dignity.”