December 27, 2022

Create Yourself Anew: Breaking Down 2022 with Mayim and Jonathan!

Mayim and Jonathan are breaking down 2022 for our final episode of the year! They chat about what went right in 2022 - from the news stories that made us laugh and articles tied to important topics we cover here at MBB, to what the year has taught them. Mayim reveals a highlight from this year and a few practical tips she has personally put into action.

Theme Song Written, Produced, and Performed by Ed Robertson. Mixed by Kenny Luong.
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