Anything Goes with the Bonis
Curses, Chismis, And the Power of the Tongue

Curses, Chismis, And the Power of the Tongue

October 7, 2021
  • What We're Into: Melatonin & Sex with Presidents: The Ins and Outs of Love and Lust in the White House audiobook (00:36)
  • Topic of the Day: The Power of the Tongue (19:21)
  • Question & Answer: How do we take notes: notebooks or tablets? (59:55)
Q&A Episode: Cheating, Trauma, Jealousy, and Other Meaty Questions

Q&A Episode: Cheating, Trauma, Jealousy, and Other Meaty Questions

September 24, 2021
  • What We're Into: Apple Watch & The Tudors Audiobook (07:20)
  • Topic of the Day:
    • When is it wrong to be bold as Christians? (14:02)
    • How to know the right church for you? (19:37)
    • Church trauma and authoritarian Christians (27:26) 
    • Cheating in a relationship (40:32)
    • Being equally yoked (48:46)
    • How to deal with a husband who accuses you of liking someone else (57:53)
Is it wrong to be a strong woman?

Is it wrong to be a strong woman?

September 10, 2021
  • What We're Into: Chicken Binakol & Rope Flow (05:40)
  • Topic of the Day: Strong Women (10:31)
  • Question & Answer: How to overcome a heartbreak? (53:37)
Is This Church Trauma? (Part 2)

Is This Church Trauma? (Part 2)

September 1, 2021

We continued the discussion on church trauma. Hopefully this helps model for others how to process the situation.

  • What We’re Into: Orgain Protein Powder & Life of Fred (02:15)
  • Topic of the Day: Church Trauma (14:44)
  • Question & Answer: How to say no to relatives who ask for money without them thinking you're selfish? (01:29:12)
Is This Church Trauma? (Part 1)

Is This Church Trauma? (Part 1)

August 24, 2021

We take the time to respond to a widely circulating post about What Church Trauma looks like. We talk from personal experience, stories we've heard, and, most importantly, what the Bible says. Some of these we've experienced, some of it we're guilty of and have repented from, some of it we still may still even stand by. We barely got through all the points so we'll continue it in the next episode.

  • What We’re Into: Christian Rap & Sparkling Water (01:32)
  • Topic of the Day: Is This Trauma? (Church Trauma) (09:16)
  • Question & Answer: Balancing All Roles (1:18:02)
Marriage Rules We Break (And Which Ones We Keep)

Marriage Rules We Break (And Which Ones We Keep)

August 15, 2021
  • What We're Into (2:58)
  • Topic of the Day (13:08)
  • Question and Answer (1:15:06)
How to Learn Anything

How to Learn Anything

August 6, 2021

What We're Into

  • Carla is into the Power of Spaces (whatever that means)
  • Joe is into Disney+

 

Learning How to Learn (OSDA)

  • Openness

    • “A key to creativity is to pursue knowledge without a sense of whether it will be relevant in the future. Too often, people assumed they can judge in advance what they need to understand and what they do not. Instead, creative people build up their knowledge base so that they will be ready for the opportunities that come later.” – fastcompany.com
  • Self-awareness
    • The Dunning–Kruger Effect
    • Learning Preferences
  • Discipline
    • A Little History of the World by E.H. Gombrich
    • The Well-Educated Mind by Susan Wise Bauer
    • https://www.amblesideonline.org
    • Find a Framework
    • Frefare a Feast
  • Application
    • Processing, annotating, teaching, doing, creating

 

Q&A: Dealing with interfering in-laws

Mindsets We Held Before Marriage

Mindsets We Held Before Marriage

July 22, 2021
  • What We're Into (1:32): Wavy and windy Boracay & Fitness/Gym 
  • Topic of the Day (7:26): Mindsets before marriage
  • Question & Answer (55:30): Is it okay to live with your in laws?
How to stop comparing yourself, overcoming burnout, and more

How to stop comparing yourself, overcoming burnout, and more

July 17, 2021

We took the time to answer a bunch of questions people asked under the theme of self-improvement. 

 

Segments:

  • What We're Into (9:02)
  • How do I stop comparing myself to other people? (16:40)
  • How do I choose to do the right thing when I'm surrounded by bad things? (30:51)
  • How do you overcome burnout? (39:06)
  • How do you respond to failures and disappointment? (44:49)
  • How do you live a normal life even with Covid? (59:32)
When can I disagree with my parents?

When can I disagree with my parents?

July 7, 2021

Is it okay to disagree with my parents? What's the difference between honoring and obeying my parents? How do I know how much money to regularly give my parents?

We  have wrestled with these questions personally and we often encounter them as we disciple people in church or have online conversations. So we take the time to discuss them in this podcast.

  • What We're Into (0:47): Ad Beat Official / Foodtok
  • Topic of the Day (8:55): Your relationship with your parents as adults
  • Question and Answer (1:04:00): How to overcome shyness in public speaking
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