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October 11, 2022 20 min

Welcome to the '5th Thing' with Amy & Kat!! Today’s quote is from the El Arroyo sign “Whenever I read a memoir I think: ‘How did you remember all of that?’” **Bonus quotes from the sign: “Egg salad is still technically chicken salad.” + “No more stress for me. Thanks, I’m full.” + “Are you the ‘password child’ or the ‘reason they drink child’?” + “Amazonesia: When you forget what you ordered this time.” + “If my mouth doesn’t say it, my face will.” 

Email time!!! Amy shares emails from Jessica (about getting a tattoo in remembrance of her dad in his handwriting, and Kat shared her tip on getting a tattoo with a THIN needle) + from Chelsea (about how she is flying in solo to Wichita to see the first ever ‘4 Things’ LIVE podcast, which will be a FUN night for sure!!!!) + from Katie (about having body specific goals during eating disorder recovery)!

Link if you want tickets to the Wichita show:
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Link if you want tickets to the Wichita show:

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

Best places to find more about Amy: RadioAmy.com + @RadioAmy

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