The Gift Of Experiences, Sad Songs Boost Your Mood, Resistance Is Good For You & More (5th Thing)
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Nov 29, 2022
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Welcome to the '5th Thing' with Amy & Kat!! Amy starts off asking Kat about her family giving the gift of experiences instead of things this year-her family just took a trip over Thanksgiving, but that was everyone’s Christmas gift! Kat shares why she loved it!! Today’s quote is “listening to sad songs can actually boost your mood!” -@UberFacts. Kat shares that she has a playlist titled: “Songs That Make You Cry.” Amy shares songs that make her sad & then shares a tip on how to claim money that you might have out there through your state. Example: is where she got money that was owed under her own name and also her parents name (since they have passed away - Amy was able to claim their money too!) Kat is now going to try to claim money owed to her in Tennessee. FUN FACT ABOUT KAT: She used to teach spin class-so Amy asks if she ever put sad songs on during a class. Kat says that sad songs are good for when you’re “climbing” a hill” and then fun songs when you get to the top of the hill-it’s a journey!! Amy doesn’t like spin class, but when she’s taken a class she says she would never add too much resistance-but Kat shares why resistance is actually good for you (metaphorically). This led to talking about Nicolle Galyon’s song “Winner” and then Jessica Simpson’s book “Open Book” being turned into a TV show-starring John Stamos!!


Thank you licensed therapist, Kat Defatta, for joining us with her wisdom. You can find her on Instagram: @Kat.Defatta + @YouNeedTherapyPodcast.

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