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Podcast #66: Why Quiet Quitting Isn’t That Bad

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Podcast #66: Why Quiet Quitting Isn’t That Bad

In this week’s intro, we cover everything from Tom Brady and Gisele’s divorce rumors to a few movie and book recommendations. The topic at hand this week is the trendy idea of “quiet quitting.”

We’ve all heard the buzzword being thrown around in the media. But what does “quiet quitting” actually mean? What are the pros and cons of asserting boundaries at work and not going above and beyond your job description?

Quiet Quitting Pros and Cons

Jess and Laura debate the merits of being a quiet quitter, and provide all the info on why you should consider doing it, in a way that actually benefits you.

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By Laura Davis

Laura was born at the beach in New Jersey, but she'd be the first to tell you her childhood was nothing like Jersey Shore. Sadly. When she's not writing, you can find her reading on her beloved Kindle, listening to true crime podcasts, or looking up adoptable cats.

Outside of her 9-5 as a writer, Laura is the owner of Looks by Laura, an online thrifted clothing boutique. She's the co-founder of Adultescence, a podcast and lifestyle website about navigating that challenging space between adolescence and adulthood. And she makes a mean eggplant parm.

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