Episode 6 – Personality Superpowers a.k.a. Pizza Paintings

Join us as we talk about our personality superpowers and which letter in our type is strongest or weakest. We’ll also address the age-old #WhichPersonalityTypeIsAnneOfGreenGablesDebate, and talk about paintings of dogs and pizzas.


Elisa’s Wink:


Gel NailsLadies, if you’re going to spend the time and money to get your nails painted, spend the little extra money (but no extra time) to get ’em painted with gel polish. I don’t know about you, but when I do regular polish it basically only lasts until I walk out the door. I might as well walk into the salon, hand them 20 bucks, and walk out again. Gel polish lasts and lasts, and looks great too. Go big or go home, gals.

Jenn’s Winks:


Lock Your Doors… – …To keep out kids, not burglars. We all know that little kids seem to lose their minds when friends come over. Children who are usually decently well-behaved join forces with each other to turn into savages who tear all the bedding off their beds and dump out every toy box and laundry hamper they can get their hands on and pour out boxes of pasta and rice for good measure. Say no to this savagery by simply locking the doors to the rooms containing these temptations. Boundaries, friends. They preserve our homes, our safety, and our sanity.


Poldark – Another British show, featuring (as Jenn said) the “hot dwarf from The Hobbit.” Check it out on Amazon Prime. (And it seems there’s some controversy with a recent episode. Neither of us have seen the episode in question, so our wink is for Season 1.)

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  1. Crystal Smith

    January 9th, 2017 at 7:22 pm

    I totally agree that Anne is an INFP. As a fellow INFP, but one that was completely unaware of my MB personality until this last year, as I would read and watch the Anne of Green Gables stories, I felt like i was reading/watching myself at so many points. All the way down to losing my temper when i feel incredibly passionate and justified. 😉 I think my superpower is seeing something redeeming in almost every villain in a book, movie, and even in life. 🙂
    This was a fun episode once again. THX.

  2. elisa

    January 18th, 2017 at 12:46 am

    Ooh, that’s such an interesting superpower. And thanks for the insight on our beloved Anne! Connecting with a character that way is a pretty good indicator. We’ll chalk her up as an INFP. 🙂

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Hi, I'm Elisa. I am a wife and mother and former foster mama and writer and sometime-speaker and friend and daughter and small business co-owner and lover of stories and baker of cookies.

I’m Jenn. I’m married to an awesome guy, and we have four really cute kids. I’ve been called an anglophile. I love books, movies, the piano, and popcorn. And wine. And coffee.


Our intrepid producer Erin, who keeps us organized, inspired, and smiling. She also takes our pictures. We'd basically be lost without her.

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