183: Dealing with Negativity While Taking the Road Less Traveled
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Today’s conversation is with Lettie from Liberty All Day podcast. We talk about choosing to live in a different way—stepping away from what’s expected—and the negativity that you will often experience because of that.
Lettie talks about the decision to move away from her big job in the big city, and move 6 hours away from her extended family to a little house in a little town. Her parents thought she’d be a doctor, instead Lettie is living life as a stay at home mom who is (gasp!) planning to homeschool her son – even though her mom was a public school teacher with a doctorate in education.
We also talk about freedom of choice and the need to be careful that we’re not preaching freedom of choice while shutting down other people’s choices.
We hope you enjoy this interview episode!
— Amy and Lettie, 2-3-22
Where you can find Lettie:
Odysee Channel: https://odysee.com/@LibertyAllDay:1
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