Episode 118: Kathleen McCarthy Goff Weber

Kathleen McCarthy Goff Weber joins me around the kitchen table where we get to talk about fashion. You guys know that I love fashion—I love getting dressed. Its like a creative outlet for me. Kathleen owns a boutique in Nashville called K. McCarthy. She has an background of both fashion and counseling. You don’t meet many people with those twos boxes checked on their resume. Listening to her, you’ll see how uniquely wired she is to combine those two passions—fashion and helping people. We talk about what that looks like for her, how she came to own a boutique store, advice on how to love the you that you are, spring trends and trends that are dying. 

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Kathleen's Survival Kit:

  • Queso
  • Lemon Drop Martini
  • Her dog
  • Something to look forward to
  • Her quiet time with coffee

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Takeaways From Our Conversation:

  • I always enjoy hearing about how someone loved something as a child and then they see how it plays out in their adult life. God is writing a story not only on your life but also your child's life. Looking back, what story has God been writing on your life?
  • When I’m in the middle of an unknown season, I think her advice is so true. We need to look back and remember. When we do that, we can see how God has been working all along. That’s my challenge for us today. Write down moments along your own timeline that seemed like pivotal moments or unknown moments, but note how God showed up. Note how He directed you. Note how He came through. Then, keep that close by. Because even if you aren’t going through an unknown, dark season in the moment, one will come. They often blow through much like the weather. Writing this kind of stuff down helps me to remember and trust God even when my feelings or my circumstances don’t feel like it.
  • Love the you that you are. Figure out your best assets and work with them. Highlight those and then forget about the rest. Don't get tripped up by it. Get to a point where you feel confident and then move on. Don't let comparison steal your joy.
  • Spring Trends: stars; bigger leg jeans with frayed edges/diagonal hem
  • Dying Trends: cold shoulders (all the people praised the Lord)

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