Episode 6: Desperately Seeking Sparkle

Talking Points: The art of savoring; the origin of singing with our feet; sparkle is a community affair; a letter from Dottie Delphinium.

Until the end of February 2022, Sing With Your Feet listeners can get a discount on the stress relief jewelry from LEVITAYT (https://www.levitayt.com/) I gratuitously raved about here in the blog. Use promo code LILY15.

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The intro and outtro to the show, entitled, “La Joie” (Joy) was composed by Claude Ekwe. That voice you hear? That joyful, dreamy voice? That’s Matt Kugler. Next week, you are going to get to know him a little bit better.

Lastly, a grand merci to Jonathan Moulin and Seven Production for the use of “La Joie” for the intro and outtro to the show.

Episode 63: Foresight Sing With Your Feet

This week, we look at how we can love ourselves better by planning ahead.
  1. Episode 63: Foresight
  2. Episode 62: Memory
  3. Episode 61: Novelty
  4. Episode 60: How to Have Great Sex
  5. Episode 59: I Have A Theory

Published by Lily Fields

I am passionate about contentment. This is a challenge, because I am equally passionate about progress. I get up at 4:00AM to chip away at a solution to this monolithic problem: how to make progress on my contentment. Born and raised in the USA, I married a French philosophy teacher in 1999. We have lived in France since 2007. We stayed young and carefree until life threw us two curveballs in the form of little humans one after another in 2015 and 2017 respectively. Now I am a slightly older, slightly more exhausted version of myself, but with mystery stains on my walls and a never-ending pile of laundry.

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