Friday February 26, 2010
What's on DNTO: Feb. 27
For a lot of us the idea of settling is not as desirable as setting your sights high and going for your dreams. But in real life you don't always get what you want, and when you don't have singular drive to achieve your lofty goals often you end up settling. So which way should you go? When is good enough good enough?
Sook-Yin hits the streets to hear stories of when settling turned out to be a great decision.
Parenting expert Marti Erickson shares why "good enough" is the perfect goal when it comes to parenting.
Dawn Dumont discovers that there is a silver lining when it comes to being a little less than "good enough"
The boys from Sloan drop by to tell us why the B-side of an album isn't just a repository for mediocre songs....and then play us a live tune from their new album, B Sides Win!
"Marry Him" writer Lori Gottlieb explains why women ought to put the kibosh on waiting for Mr. Right. Find out why she thinks Mr. "Good Enough" is the REAL catch.
When you could have settled, what did you go for? Sook-Yin gathers your gold medal moments.
Some women think it's smart and realistic to settle for the less than-perfect guy, while other women see that as a recipe for marital misery. One of these mysterious males, Andrew Moore, weighs in with a "Thanks, but no thanks."
Precious Chong re-lives the crushing moment where she realized she wasn't OK with being a mediocre professional dancer.
Good enough ...won't get you the gold! Former Olympian Alex Baumann explains why you shouldn't settle.
Paul Bae has recently come to the realization that being "all that you can be" means someone has to occasionally give you a good push.
And here’s this week’s playlist:
Death Cab For Cutie “The Sound of Settling”
Amy Honey “Lousy Mom”
Sook-Yin Lee “Beautiful”
Sloan “Laying Blame (live)”
The Acorn “Good Enough”
Rob Szabo “If I Could Do It All Again”
Pearl Jam “Betterman”
Edie Brickell and New Bohemians “Circle”
Saidah Baba Talibah “Good Morning”
The Knife “Heartbeats”