The Crystal Paine Show is dedicated to helping you embrace life right where you are and take practical steps to get where you want to go.

Crystal says, "My hope is that this podcast will serve as an inspiration to your week, a pause in your day to slow down and reflect a little, a looked-forward-to part of your weekly routine, a place where we can connect on a deeper level… and ultimately, I my desire is that you come away from listening to each episode feeling motivated to bloom where you are planted and take intentional steps to move in the direction you are longing to go."

Crystal is a wife, mom of 6, speaker, New York Times bestselling author, and online entrepreneur, best known for founding

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254. Kaitlynn’s trip to Singapore and Indonesia

Powered by RedCircle This week’s podcast guest is Kaitlynn (my 16-year-old!) who is here to discuss the details of her unforgettable trip to Singapore and Indonesia! Join us as Kaitlynn shares exclusive insights into her trip, talks about why she chose to go on this trip, and all the highlights (and a few lowlights) of…

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253. How to Build Belonging in a World of Loneliness (with Chris and Julie Bennett)

Powered by RedCircle There were tears and there was laughter on this episode of the podcast, because we talked about the vulnerable (and sometimes difficult!) topic of belonging. And my guests were  Chris and Julie Bennett, the authors of Fighting for Family: The Relentless Pursuit of Building Belonging. As the title of their book would…

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252. Silas and Jesse share about their trip to DC

Powered by RedCircle Silas makes his formal debut on the podcast this week by joining Jesse and me to share about their trip to DC. He’s joined in on a few podcasts in the past when he was much younger and didn’t say much, so I’m excited for you to get to hear more from…

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251. Removing Toxins from Your Life Without Adding Them to Your Personality (with Emily Morrow)

Powered by RedCircle I’m guessing many of you have seen the funny crunchy video comedy clips from Really Very Crunchy on Instagram or TikTok or YouTube. Emily and Jason Morrow are the talented writers, producers, and actors for these and I got the privilege of interviewing Emily in-studio recently about her brand-new book, Really Very…

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250. What it was like living in the 1900’s 🙂

Powered by RedCircle Today’s episode is a fun departure from our recent more serious topics. Join me and Jesse as we take a lighthearted stroll down memory lane, exploring the quirks and charms of growing up in the 1900’s. Okay, so we were born in 1980 and 1981 to be exact, but it was still…

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249. The Gift of Limitations (with Sara Hagerty)

Powered by RedCircle This week, I get to share a conversation I had recently with Sara Hagerty — and it’s one I think you’ll love and be deeply inspired by! I know I was! Sara is the author of  The Gift of Limitations: Finding Beauty in Your Boundaries and I resonated so deeply with her…

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248. Losing & Rebuilding Trust With Your Teens

Powered by RedCircle Join Jesse and I this week as we discuss the sensitive topic of losing and rebuilding trust with teens after they’ve broken it. Inspired by a question from an Instagram follower, I share insights on the importance of having conversations before resorting to consequences. We highlight the importance of seeking to understand…

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247. An Update on Our 2024 Goals (+ an app we’re both loving!)

Powered by RedCircle It’s the second week of February and Jesse and I are giving you an update on our 2024 goals! I try to stop at the end of every month and reflect on where I’m at, how I’m doing on my goals and habits, and what tweaks I need to make.  Today we…

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246. The Best Way to Encourage Your Single Friends (with Annie F. Downs)

Powered by RedCircle This episode is perfect as we approach Valentine’s Day… because every married person needs to listen to what Annie F. Downs shares in this episode. And all of the single people need to listen to this episode to be encouraged by Annie’s story and life!  Annie is the author of a number…

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245. Life is Messy, But God is Still Good (with Cynthia Yanof)

Powered by RedCircle I consider the mark of a good book one that makes you laugh and get teary-eyed in the space of a few pages. Cynthia Yanof’s book, Life is Messy, God is Good: Sanity for the Chaos of Everyday Life, did that very thing for me. Her ability to bring humor into life’s…

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