What is serendipity space? It’s the practice of mindfully leaving (and creating!) pockets of space in your schedule. In Episode 125 of Edit Your Life, Christine and Asha rebroadcast one of their earliest episodes, during which they talk about serendipity space (a term they coined in Minimalist Parenting) and share tactics for how to create it in […]
“What is wrong with me and why can’t I get it together?” These are among the heartbreaking questions recently sent in by a listener who feels that she is routinely falling short juggling the demands of work + parenting a toddler. In Episode 118 of Edit Your Life, Asha talks about this letter with licensed […]
Christine talks to professional organizing consultant Rachel Rosenthal about the difference between “neat” and “organized,” then move on to small, doable ways to integrate decluttering into your daily routine.
Christine and I share 19 apps (crowdsourced with the help of our most productive Internet friends) that help you work, live, and even grocery shop more efficiently.
Christine and I offer the podcast version of a hug. We share what’s going on in our lives, plus what we’re doing to stay productive in today’s stressful climate.
We offer 6 tips for how to push back against upgrade pressure, how (or whether) to spend your upgrade budget, and how to advocate for your choices at work and at home.
Christine and I rebroadcast 10 tips for navigating summer schedules and also provide an update on how our summers are shaping up.
In Ep. 78 of the Edit Your Life podcast, Christine and I share 9 tips and tools for editing your schedule and increasing your focus.
Christine and I interview Erin Loechner, founder of Design for Mankind, co-host of The Simple Show podcast, and author of the new book, Chasing Slow.
Nine tips for decluttering with kids including ideas for moving things forward with “stuff-attached” children.