Eating Well + Myers Briggs J vs. P + Fave Fashion Trends: Selfie, Episode 05

Most of us know how to eat well . . . so why don’t we? We discuss the barriers to a healthy diet, the last factor of Myers Briggs (Judging vs. Perceiving) and how it affects self-care, and we each dish on our current favorite fashion trend. Spoiler alert: we have a strong disagreement on high-waisted pants.

In this episode, we talked about:

Have you tried Whole 30? Kristen found it to be a game-changer in terms of learning to meal plan.

We are both fans of Trader Joe’s Cruciferous Crunch Mix.

Kristen is a tea fanatic and she loves Yogi Honey Lavender Stress Relief Tea, Tazo Zen Green Tea, Egyptian Licorice Tea, and Traditional Medicinal’s Throat Coat.

We’ve been talking about the Myers-Briggs personality types. If you’ve never figured out your type, check out this Myers-Briggs online test for free. It’s fascinating and informative.

If you want to try another personality measure, check out the Enneagram Test.

Sarah is a fan of Citizens of Humanity Jeans. Kristen is in love with her jeans from Stitch Fix.

Sarah’s high-waisted-wearing muse. So French, so chic. Silk blouses + High-waisted pants = TLF (KRISTEN DOES NOT AGREE.)

THAT AMAZON DRESS. Kristen has it in every color. Comfortable and cute.

2 Comments

  1. Love the podcast! I am having some health issues which REQUIRE me to take better care of myself and yet I still struggle. I appreciate your candor and your knowledge… it both helps me feel better AND gives me something to listen to while I walk! Win Win! I think you would both love Gretchen Rubin’s work on the Four Tendancies… so many things that you discussed in this podcast made me think of her and her work. She and her sister Liz Craft also talk about it on their podcast. (You are clearly both abstainers rather than moderators.). Thanks!!

  2. RE Myers-Briggs P vs J – I am so P. Like, off the charts. I have a large P-ness, one could say. I am so curious to know if there are other strong Ps out there who partaking in the bullet journals trend? Because they make me wig completely. I think the concept is all J, all the way. My ideal daily schedule is: you have 8 hours, do what you want whenever: Go. Life doesn’t fully allow for that, I have a job, etc. But, man! I cannot stand nailing things down into time buckets and sticking to super detailed schedules.

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