The RovingBookworm Podcast: Season 3 Premiere/Episode 31 – Embracing Change & The Five Things We cannot Change

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to Season 3 and Episode 31 of the RovingBookworm Podcast.

It’s great to be back for another season of the podcast. I hope you all enjoyed the bonus “Spoken Word Poetry Series” episodes but I am now pumped up for another 12 weeks of this season. In this season, we will be having diverse conversations all around a general theme titled “Embracing Change” which will touch different aspects of our lives and this first episode serves as an introduction to the general theme.

It was inspired by two books I recently read titled ‘Changes That Heal: The Four Shifts That Make Everything Better’ by Henry Cloud and ‘The Five Things We Cannot Change’ by David Richio. I will be hosting this episode alone and I have titled this week’s theme as:

Embracing Change & The Five Things We Cannot Change

and you can listen to the episode here.

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  1. S6|Episode 75: Let’s Talk About Love
  2. S6| Episode 74: Recalibrate
  3. S6| Episode 73: Help! I’m Drowning with Adesuwa Iluobe
  4. S6|Episode 72: Many Waters with Ayo Adeola
  5. S6|Episode 71: Why You Act The Way You Do

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