If you’re struggling to communicate with your partner, don’t miss this podcast.
Christine talks business, entrepreneurship and balance with Nicole Feliciano, author of the new book MOM BOSS.
Christine interviews actor Dr. Ken Jeong (“The Hangover,” “Dr. Ken”) about making the professional leap from medicine to a career in acting.
Everyone (including us) talks about the importance of making time for your adult relationships when you have kids. But what do you do when you don’t have a babysitter? Or the sitter cancels? Or you need to save a few bucks?
Are you the default family problem solver? In this podcast, Christine and I talk about how to gradually step away from and share that role, so everyone in the family feels empowered — and you get a break.
It’s easy to put yourself last on the priority list, particularly when you’re in the trenches of early parenting or are overwhelmed by the daily challenges and demands of, well, LIFE. But (you know what I’m going to say) it’s during those times when you need “me” time most. In Episode 38 of Edit Your Life, Christine […]
How do we achieve lasting happiness? I interview Neil Pasricha, author or THE HAPPINESS EQUATION, to find out.
Christine and I talk about how to take passion projects (whether they’re work- or home-related) from idea to reality, and we address 5 common roadblocks in the process, and how to move past them.
Compromise in relationships can be hard — really hard — no matter what your communication style is. In this episode of the Edit Your Life podcast, Christine talks strategy with her husband, therapist Jonathan Baxter.
Do you have an inner rebel? That voice that resists when you attempt to change your routine or make a decision — even when the change is good for you or your family? In this episode we explore how to tame that voice to move ahead in your life.