TCND #003: Advice to Our Younger Selves

TCND_003Greg’s Birthday Presents, Losing a Pet, If Tommy Was President, Advice We’d Give to Our Younger Selves, and a Chance to WIN a TCND Ultimate Prize Package!

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Greg is married to Jennifer. They've got five kids.

16 comments on TCND #003: Advice to Our Younger Selves

  1. oneflesh1230 says:

    I always wished I could leave advice for my younger self to find. Very interesting topic. AWESOME to still be able to listen to you guys!

  2. kerryd says:

    I have been downloading your old podcasts on iTunes. So glad to find out you will continue to do podcasts now that the xm show is over! Thanks for all you do!

  3. rudolphq says:

    Great to have you back! With 3 children I’d tell my younger self to enjoy quiet prayer while you can.

  4. yvetteliu says:

    I’m so glad you guys are back to the podcast world. I’m a long time listener since Rosary Army. I love this episode when you gave your yourselves advices. I’m also 26, you really gave me a lot to think about. Keep up the good work, you’re surely in my prayer.

  5. sullijo says:

    Great topic — keep up the great work!

  6. camomiletea says:

    I love carrot cake too. I’m from Latvia originally, and only discovered carrot cake when I moved to the US… maybe when I was twenty. I’m so glad you’re back to podcasting.

  7. hoeksjan says:

    Thanks for the new format of the podcast. I am enjoying it very much!

  8. ctlw83 says:

    Welcome back! Glad to help to notify the masses to your return!

  9. jennypanico says:

    Carrot cake! lol Sorry to hear about your Dog! I love your podcast and I’m so happy that Jennifer is back on! As a young Catholic family with 3 kids and open to life, it is great to hear advice from a good respectable Catholic family.

  10. rockanne says:

    I love this ‘shoe!’

  11. kententen says:

    Some years ago Toby Keith recorded “I wish I didn’t know now what I didn’t know then.” But ignorance is not bliss, in spite of what ‘they’ say. If I could give myself some advice from the past if would go all the way back to 1970 and I would tell myself never, ever leave Holy Mother Church. Thanks to God, He never forgot me, although I did my best to forget Him for a very long time.
    Pass the carrot cake. Oh, come on! Just a little taste?
    Cheers from Shanghai (Yep, your podcast travels a lot!)

  12. vlmundt says:

    Love your show, I enjoy the podcasts more, because I couldn’t listen to the show live, now I don’t have to miss anything. Will you have guests that you interview too? I love hearing you two (glad Jennifer is back), but I also enjoy all the guests you have on the show. Will Fr. Leo visit often? thanks again and good luck.

  13. sniktdaddy says:

    Wow, the things I would tell myself. I would try to boost my confidence that I was on the right course in my life and to let God lead me down the path he has laid out for me. I would also tell myself to find everyway possible to love my wife and family every minute of the day, as they are so precious to me.

    Keep up the great work and my prayers are with you in your new endeavor.

  14. wthtcb says:

    Really miss the radio show, but love the podcast format and it’s great hearing both of you again. My first podcast subscription! Thank you both.

  15. craftmcgyver says:

    I love the show! Keep up the good work.

  16. Nick says:

    My heart broke upon hearing about Sandy, and I know this has been a long time since it happened. My wife and I had a dog named Buddy that we had for 3+ years and he went the same way, and it was devastating to us. I’m loving your podcast, and how real y’all are. Keep it up!

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