Are you lucky? Have you heard of the “latest” trend, “Lucky Girl Syndrome?” (And by latest, I mean the age-old idea of manifestation.) This idea has resurfaced on Tik Tok and started a very interesting conversation and life experiment for the two of us.
We talk all about luck in this episode, discussing Ted Talks, TV shows, Neuroscience, and, of course, examples from our lives. There are public apologies to our respective partners for laughing at their “stupid” ideas and thinking they were ridiculous to believe they were lucky all the time. You live and learn, right?
Don’t worry, we break down the difference between “lucky girl syndrome” and toxic positivity too.
It is a jam packed episode rooted in luck! We hope you will not only enjoy it, but also try it yourself! Don’t forget to leave us a voice memo here telling us what happened because YOU are the luckiest people in the world and everything works out for you.
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