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Around the Table Podcast

Jacey Verdicchio and Maggie McDaris

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Around the Table Podcast

Around the Table Podcast

Jacey Verdicchio and Maggie McDaris

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Around the Table is the perfect balance of intention and indulgence. It's a weekly conversation between two best friends, Jacey Verdicchio and Maggie McDaris, whose goal is to help you live purposefully without skipping dessert!

Latest Episodes

Let's Catch Up!

What you'll hear: About Jacey’s newest creative project About Maggie's new job All about Maggie’s engagement, wedding plans, and …moon plans What we've been reading, watching, listening to and following Linkstravaganza… In a Word newsletter Retreat Center that Jacey visited Recipes Instant Pot chicken curry Whole wheat butternut squash and kale lasagna Salted butter and chocolate chunk shortbread Red pepper fettuccine with shrimp Clothing Reformation underwear line Jacey’s bathing suit (out of stock) Jacey’s mules (in vintage canvas) Beauty and Skincare ZO skincare Biossance Eye Cream Oh K Mask Hanacure Mask Acure Under Eye Hydrogel Mask Anastasia of Hollywood brow pencil Science Sunforgettable loose mineral sunscreen Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Daily Shade Facial Lotion SPF 18 Tarte BB Cream Burts Bees tinted lip balm in rose Read Health at Every Size Intuitive Eating The Bible Tells Me So Jesus Feminist God and the Gay Christian Good Christian Sex Pure Pachinko You Think It,...

90 MIN2018 OCT 1
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Let's Catch Up!

The reunion episode

If the Gilmore Girls can do it, so can we! In this episode, we catch up on what's been going on in the six months since the show ended...specifically with the things we've launched into the world: a business, and a baby! Plus, we'll be sharing some fall favorites, and what we've been reading, watching, listening to and following lately.

75 MIN2017 OCT 2
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The reunion episode

Introducing: Nourish

Introducing the Nourish Podcast! In this short clip, Maggie shares a little bit about herself and what you can expect from the Nourish Podcast.

3 MIN2017 MAY 17
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Introducing: Nourish

That's a wrap

Hi friends, As many of you already know, this is our last official episode of the Around the Table podcast. In thisepisode, weshare more about what’s behind the decision to close the podcast, and open up about our favorite and least favorite moments of the past three years of doing the show. We also sharewhat’s next for each of us. You'll hear that there’s no juicy drama or Big Spiritual Reason behind our decision to end the podcast; we’ve simply made the showwe wanted to make for nearly three years, and it’s time to move on. Knowing when to quit is never easy, but we feel peaceful and assured about the timing. Please do continue to follow us on social media or subscribe to our newsletter as one of our favorite things about Around the Table has always been YOU, the wonderful people it allows us to connect with. We can’t thank you enough for your support -- know that we’re forever grateful for you. Intention + Indulgence (and hugs), Jacey and Maggie

42 MIN2017 APR 24
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That's a wrap

I'll do it tomorrow

This week we’re discussing an all too familiar topic: procrastination. Why do we put off what we could do today? Plus, we’ll be sharing what we’ve been reading, watching, listening to and following. Are you subscribed to Around the Table Weekly? It's our weekly love letter, and subscribers are privy to information before everyone else. We have a BIG announcement coming, so make sure you're signed up! What you’ll hear: The pros and cons procrastination Why we never pulled all nighters The emotional reasons we procrastinate (and how to deal with them) Practical ways to procrastinate less Quotes: “When you’re in a time crunch, it increases your efficiency.” Maggie “I procrastinate on things that matter to me a great deal, or don’t matter to me at all.” Jacey “The fear of making something bad puts me in a situation where I’m going to make something bad.” Maggie "There’s a procrastination sweet spot that’s just the right amount of pressure, like a perfect massage!” Jacey ...

48 MIN2017 APR 17
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I'll do it tomorrow

'Show me the meaning of being lonely...'

This week, we’re talking about loneliness: how it affects us, and what we do when we feel lonely. What you'll hear: How we define loneliness and how it shows up in our lives What we do when we feel lonely Ways to cope with loneliness (and ways not to) The role of social media in mediating loneliness Links: The Future of Loneliness Why Millennials Are Lonely Thoughts, questions, comments? Find Around the Table onFacebook,InstagramorTwitter, or leave a comment below. Maggie onInstagram,Twitter, andher blog Jacey onInstagram,Twitterandher blog

48 MIN2017 APR 10
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'Show me the meaning of being lonely...'

On when you're "ready" for marriage or motherhood

The “if,” “how,” and “when” of decisions like marriage and babies can be among the most angst ridden (and joyful) of womanhood. So this week, we’re analyzing these life phase changes, and sharing our personal experience making these choices (or not). What you'll hear: Assumptions culture makes about women, marriage and motherhood Fears we've personally experienced that have contributed to our resistance to marriage and motherhood Some cover ups we've used that sound holy but are actually fear based What indicators point to "readiness" when it comes to marriage and motherhood Quotes: “Motherhood and marriage and relationships are more tied into identity for women than for men.” Jacey “When I look into the future, marriage and motherhood are still ‘what if’s’ rather than ‘when’s’.” Maggie "It’s problematic if you’re putting a lot of your identity into the things that you’re doing and the circumstances of your life.” Jacey “We have to release other peoples’ react...

50 MIN2017 APR 3
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On when you're "ready" for marriage or motherhood

Between a rock and a hard place

This week we are asking ourselves how we decide between the proverbial rock and a hard place. We are also playing a friendly game of would you rather. If you love joining us around the table, connect with us on Instagram!It is one of our favorite ways to connect and engage with you guys, and if it weren't for Instagram, we couldn't have had so much fun on this week's episode! What you’ll hear: Whether we buy into lose-lose scenarios What is the best way to choose between said rock and hard place Questions to ask ourselves when making difficult decisions A delightful game of would your rather Can I quote you on that? "Even good decisions have collateral damage." Maggie "When, from the get-go, you know there is going to be no good option, making a quick decision is often better than making a long, drawn-out decision." Maggie "It can be easy to just do what will seemingly solve the problem right now or will be less painful but might not actually be the best." Jacey Links: How to make ...

52 MIN2017 MAR 27
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Between a rock and a hard place

Listen up

In this episode, we’re perking up our ears and discussing what it means to listen well. Then we’ll share what we’ve been reading, watching, listening to and following. If you love joining us around the table, you’ll love having us in your inbox. We always share important news and personal updates in our newsletter before it hits the airwaves. Join the party! What you’ll hear: News from Maggie What makes a good listener Whether it's possible to listen well when you disagree with what you're hearing Strategies for listening when you’re bored, distracted or angry Can I quote you on that? "A conversation is an exchange where you can be giving or you can be taking.” Jacey “One thing that makes a good listener is paying attention to detail.” Jacey "Any discussion where your goal is to be heard isn’t going to be a good one.” Maggie “The goal has to be listen first, make a point second.” Maggie “Part of being a good listener is giving yourself time to process the information y...

50 MIN2017 MAR 20
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Listen up

Seeing green

This week, we are pulling out our wallets and addressing the sometimes-awkward conversations surrounding money. What you'll hear: Why it is so hard to talk about money Our thoughts on the right and wrong ways to talk about finances A discussion of the stigmas attached to saving and splurges Some of our best and worst purchases Can I quote you on that: "Yes, I do think it's important to have honest, open, and healthy conversations about money." Maggie "In cases when you are co-mingling your money with someone, you have to be very direct." Jacey "We need to separate our own value from the value of the things that we purchase." Maggie "For our demographic, it's more acceptable to flaunt means that have to do with experiences than products." Jacey Links: This episodeis brought to you byPrep Dish, the company that helps you shop once, prep once, and enjoy healthy, stress-free meals all week!Start yourfree two week trial today. Thoughts, questions, comments? Find Around the TableonFaceboo...

48 MIN2017 MAR 13
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Seeing green

Latest Episodes

Let's Catch Up!

What you'll hear: About Jacey’s newest creative project About Maggie's new job All about Maggie’s engagement, wedding plans, and …moon plans What we've been reading, watching, listening to and following Linkstravaganza… In a Word newsletter Retreat Center that Jacey visited Recipes Instant Pot chicken curry Whole wheat butternut squash and kale lasagna Salted butter and chocolate chunk shortbread Red pepper fettuccine with shrimp Clothing Reformation underwear line Jacey’s bathing suit (out of stock) Jacey’s mules (in vintage canvas) Beauty and Skincare ZO skincare Biossance Eye Cream Oh K Mask Hanacure Mask Acure Under Eye Hydrogel Mask Anastasia of Hollywood brow pencil Science Sunforgettable loose mineral sunscreen Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Daily Shade Facial Lotion SPF 18 Tarte BB Cream Burts Bees tinted lip balm in rose Read Health at Every Size Intuitive Eating The Bible Tells Me So Jesus Feminist God and the Gay Christian Good Christian Sex Pure Pachinko You Think It,...

90 MIN2018 OCT 1
Comments
Let's Catch Up!

The reunion episode

If the Gilmore Girls can do it, so can we! In this episode, we catch up on what's been going on in the six months since the show ended...specifically with the things we've launched into the world: a business, and a baby! Plus, we'll be sharing some fall favorites, and what we've been reading, watching, listening to and following lately.

75 MIN2017 OCT 2
Comments
The reunion episode

Introducing: Nourish

Introducing the Nourish Podcast! In this short clip, Maggie shares a little bit about herself and what you can expect from the Nourish Podcast.

3 MIN2017 MAY 17
Comments
Introducing: Nourish

That's a wrap

Hi friends, As many of you already know, this is our last official episode of the Around the Table podcast. In thisepisode, weshare more about what’s behind the decision to close the podcast, and open up about our favorite and least favorite moments of the past three years of doing the show. We also sharewhat’s next for each of us. You'll hear that there’s no juicy drama or Big Spiritual Reason behind our decision to end the podcast; we’ve simply made the showwe wanted to make for nearly three years, and it’s time to move on. Knowing when to quit is never easy, but we feel peaceful and assured about the timing. Please do continue to follow us on social media or subscribe to our newsletter as one of our favorite things about Around the Table has always been YOU, the wonderful people it allows us to connect with. We can’t thank you enough for your support -- know that we’re forever grateful for you. Intention + Indulgence (and hugs), Jacey and Maggie

42 MIN2017 APR 24
Comments
That's a wrap

I'll do it tomorrow

This week we’re discussing an all too familiar topic: procrastination. Why do we put off what we could do today? Plus, we’ll be sharing what we’ve been reading, watching, listening to and following. Are you subscribed to Around the Table Weekly? It's our weekly love letter, and subscribers are privy to information before everyone else. We have a BIG announcement coming, so make sure you're signed up! What you’ll hear: The pros and cons procrastination Why we never pulled all nighters The emotional reasons we procrastinate (and how to deal with them) Practical ways to procrastinate less Quotes: “When you’re in a time crunch, it increases your efficiency.” Maggie “I procrastinate on things that matter to me a great deal, or don’t matter to me at all.” Jacey “The fear of making something bad puts me in a situation where I’m going to make something bad.” Maggie "There’s a procrastination sweet spot that’s just the right amount of pressure, like a perfect massage!” Jacey ...

48 MIN2017 APR 17
Comments
I'll do it tomorrow

'Show me the meaning of being lonely...'

This week, we’re talking about loneliness: how it affects us, and what we do when we feel lonely. What you'll hear: How we define loneliness and how it shows up in our lives What we do when we feel lonely Ways to cope with loneliness (and ways not to) The role of social media in mediating loneliness Links: The Future of Loneliness Why Millennials Are Lonely Thoughts, questions, comments? Find Around the Table onFacebook,InstagramorTwitter, or leave a comment below. Maggie onInstagram,Twitter, andher blog Jacey onInstagram,Twitterandher blog

48 MIN2017 APR 10
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'Show me the meaning of being lonely...'

On when you're "ready" for marriage or motherhood

The “if,” “how,” and “when” of decisions like marriage and babies can be among the most angst ridden (and joyful) of womanhood. So this week, we’re analyzing these life phase changes, and sharing our personal experience making these choices (or not). What you'll hear: Assumptions culture makes about women, marriage and motherhood Fears we've personally experienced that have contributed to our resistance to marriage and motherhood Some cover ups we've used that sound holy but are actually fear based What indicators point to "readiness" when it comes to marriage and motherhood Quotes: “Motherhood and marriage and relationships are more tied into identity for women than for men.” Jacey “When I look into the future, marriage and motherhood are still ‘what if’s’ rather than ‘when’s’.” Maggie "It’s problematic if you’re putting a lot of your identity into the things that you’re doing and the circumstances of your life.” Jacey “We have to release other peoples’ react...

50 MIN2017 APR 3
Comments
On when you're "ready" for marriage or motherhood

Between a rock and a hard place

This week we are asking ourselves how we decide between the proverbial rock and a hard place. We are also playing a friendly game of would you rather. If you love joining us around the table, connect with us on Instagram!It is one of our favorite ways to connect and engage with you guys, and if it weren't for Instagram, we couldn't have had so much fun on this week's episode! What you’ll hear: Whether we buy into lose-lose scenarios What is the best way to choose between said rock and hard place Questions to ask ourselves when making difficult decisions A delightful game of would your rather Can I quote you on that? "Even good decisions have collateral damage." Maggie "When, from the get-go, you know there is going to be no good option, making a quick decision is often better than making a long, drawn-out decision." Maggie "It can be easy to just do what will seemingly solve the problem right now or will be less painful but might not actually be the best." Jacey Links: How to make ...

52 MIN2017 MAR 27
Comments
Between a rock and a hard place

Listen up

In this episode, we’re perking up our ears and discussing what it means to listen well. Then we’ll share what we’ve been reading, watching, listening to and following. If you love joining us around the table, you’ll love having us in your inbox. We always share important news and personal updates in our newsletter before it hits the airwaves. Join the party! What you’ll hear: News from Maggie What makes a good listener Whether it's possible to listen well when you disagree with what you're hearing Strategies for listening when you’re bored, distracted or angry Can I quote you on that? "A conversation is an exchange where you can be giving or you can be taking.” Jacey “One thing that makes a good listener is paying attention to detail.” Jacey "Any discussion where your goal is to be heard isn’t going to be a good one.” Maggie “The goal has to be listen first, make a point second.” Maggie “Part of being a good listener is giving yourself time to process the information y...

50 MIN2017 MAR 20
Comments
Listen up

Seeing green

This week, we are pulling out our wallets and addressing the sometimes-awkward conversations surrounding money. What you'll hear: Why it is so hard to talk about money Our thoughts on the right and wrong ways to talk about finances A discussion of the stigmas attached to saving and splurges Some of our best and worst purchases Can I quote you on that: "Yes, I do think it's important to have honest, open, and healthy conversations about money." Maggie "In cases when you are co-mingling your money with someone, you have to be very direct." Jacey "We need to separate our own value from the value of the things that we purchase." Maggie "For our demographic, it's more acceptable to flaunt means that have to do with experiences than products." Jacey Links: This episodeis brought to you byPrep Dish, the company that helps you shop once, prep once, and enjoy healthy, stress-free meals all week!Start yourfree two week trial today. Thoughts, questions, comments? Find Around the TableonFaceboo...

48 MIN2017 MAR 13
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Seeing green
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