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?
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 and I share 8 tips for easing the transition between summer vacation and school.
Christine and I talk about what we can do during this election season to both communicate with our kids about what’s happening, and to create some boundaries around the fear and anxiety this may be causing them.
These days, decluttering is almost considered an act of moral courage. But tidying is a far more complicated issue, particularly depending on your personal history and family personalities. In reaction to a New York Times piece on the (seemingly simple!) question of whether we should force kids to be tidy, we discuss the current decluttering culture, upbringing […]
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.
In this podcast, Christine and I share 10 tips for embracing the imperfection of the summer-with-kids juggle.
There are hundreds of apps that can act as coach, motivators, and trackers — the trick is deciding on which app to use. Here are our favorites.
Christine swaps time- and sanity-saving tips with Genevieve Thiers, founder of Sittercity.com.
We share 10 tips for how to smartly use smartphones to help edit our lives, not turn them into something that needs to be edited.
In this podcast, Christine and I share 8 tips for editing your schedule during this hectic time of year.