The Big Boo Cast, Episode 218

On this episode we spend some time making predictions about the National Championship game, and then we move into deeper subjects like eyebrow pencils, what we love about libraries, and additional low-level goals for 2021.

We also talk about Melanie’s completely accurate assessment of the Living Proof Dry Volume Blast (I finally tried it!), my quest for the perfect hair towel, and Melanie’s (DELIGHTFUL) Five Favorites.

Hope y’all enjoy! Hang in there, everybody.

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Show Notes:

Zoe’s Family Meals

Titans by Leila Meacham

The Dutch House by Ann Patchett

Soul

Sylvie’s Love

– Living Proof Dry Volume Blast

Anastasia Brow Wiz

Jamie Golden’s Brow Product Recommendations:

LA Colors Shady Slim Brow Pencil

Benefit Gimme Brow Gel

Glossier Boy Brow

Flower Beauty Brow Gel

Glossier Brow Flick Pen

Benefit Brow Filling Pen

Fenty Brow MVP Sculpting Wax Pencil & Styler

Things I Bought & Liked on IG

Rechargeable LED Book Light

Anrabess Long Sleeve Batwing Sweater

Lemon & Eucalyptus oil

Acrylic tissue holder

The Bible Recap by Tara-Leigh Cobble

ESV Large Print Bible

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The Big Boo Cast, Episode 217

Consider this episode a celebration of the arrival of Twenty Twenty-Fun, because we have lots of happy football news and happy movie news and even some happy salad news.

Yes. I said “salad.”

We also talk about our low-level goals for the new year, our favorite crunchy vegetables (THIS IS AN IMPORTANT TOPIC), and last but not least, my current Five Favorites. So, as you can see, 2021 is off to a spectacular start!

Hope y’all enjoy!

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Show Notes:

Episode 194 with Coach Mike Leach

Soul

LIfe in PIeces

Solitaire app

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs – Christmas Party Episode 8 with Amy Grant

The Next Right Thing Guided Journal by Emily Freeman

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 21

Soul soundtrack on Apple Music and Spotify

Piano Chill playlist on Apple Music

@thesaltedtable on Instagram

Instructions for how to add our Patreon episodes to your favorite podcast app

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