Christine and I share 9 tips for weekday dinner solutions related to planning (minimalist planning!), efficiency, execution, outsourcing, and general mindshifts about what family dinner really looks like.
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."
Christine talks to Amy Mascott, co-author of “Raising a Rockstar Reader,” about easy ways to help kids discover a love of reading.
Ah, e-mail. It’s convenient…and so overwhelming (these two things are most certainly related). In this week’s podcast, Christine and I share 10 tips for getting a handle on your inbox, managing your e-mail more efficiently, and freeing yourself of digital and emotional clutter. (Christine’s the guru and I’m the student here, because e-mail is a struggle for me.) Hit the orange […]
Halloween is supposed to be fun and simple but for many families it’s turned into a source of excess stress and expense. Let’s just take it down several notches, shall we?
In our 10th podcast, Christine and I riff on school life (and why crap homework isn’t necessarily the worst thing). We also share 10 really good tips for handling homework.
In this week’s podcast, Christine and I share 8 tips for keeping birthday celebrations focused on the fun, not the stress.
Christine conducts our first interview with Jessica Turner, author of “The Fringe Hours.”
Between work and family life, how do you make time for a social life? Christine and I share seven tips for maintaining old and building new adult friendships.
Christine and I introduce the concept of surrounding work and play with “serendipity space,” including five strategies for making it happen.
Screen addiction can be a problem for kids (and adults too). But how do you handle things when one kid has a device (and invariably goes face-down in it) and the other doesn’t?