Miss Teacher-Mom Podcast
“There’s a lot of noise out there, but only one voice that matters.” That’s how Reagan Reynolds summed up her newfound freedom from the goal of being well-known and leaving a visible legacy in the world in this week’s episode. From the pursuit of feminist literary studies and academia to landing a job in a large tech corporation, Reagan prioritized wordly achievement until Christ changed her perspective on success. I loved hearing Reagan’s perspective on being yoked to Jesus and focusing on the assignments He gives her, most of which are now private and hidden from the world. Reagan also shares about her new relationship with social media and the effect she’s seen it have on the hidden work of motherhood and homemaking.
Work & Play with Nancy Ray
My friend Reagan has a heart of gold—you’ll see in our conversation, just how amazing she is. She lives in Wake Forest, North Carolina, not far from me, with her husband of 10 years and two young boys. And the whole reason I interviewed her is because she took the Contentment Challenge to another level. She and her husband, Jeremy gave up shopping—get this—for the entire year of 2020 to pursue a greater life of contentment and eliminate debt. I think their story and how it all turned out is going to inspire you like crazy.