Christine and I rebroadcast 8 tips to help ease the transition back to school, with an all-new update on how our families are doing right now.
Edit Your Life
Each week, Christine Koh and I talk about a parenting or lifestyle topic that's on our minds. We offer practical tips and shifts in perspective to help you simplify, declutter and make room for the awesome in your life. Click one of the show notes links below to listen to an episode, or launch your favorite podcast app and search for "Edit Your Life."
Author Amy Mascott talks about handling the summer juggle, the power of everyday learning (and how easy it actually is), and key tips for raising independent kids (including how to handle resistant kids).
Christine and I talk to Jill Krause about her quest to reclaim her family’s happy loud life by swapping their beautiful home in a top school district for a 12-18 month, 50-state RV adventure.
Christine and I discuss 9 reasons why kids should get jobs, from learning to manage money to gaining the life skills that come with paid work.
Christine and I share thoughts on the ups and downs of political activism and offer ideas for how to manage the stress that comes with it.
Christine and I rebroadcast 10 tips for navigating summer schedules and also provide an update on how our summers are shaping up.
Christine and I share what’s on our playlists, bookshelves, and TVs right now.
Stress and chaos seem unavoidable at the end of every school year. In Episode 83, Christine and I rebroadcast our episode on editing end-of-school-year chaos + add a couple of bonus tips at the end. Also, visit the Edit Your Life Facebook page to share your favorite tip for reducing end of school year chaos, whether that’s […]
Christine and I talk about how motherhood differed when each of our kids was born, and share our favorite and least favorite things about motherhood, the key things we have learned from being moms, and what we actually want for Mother’s Day.
The stress associated with high school education and college entrance is legendary. But is it necessary?