Overparenting. The term carries a whiff of judgement, as if the line between “just right” and “too much” parenting were obvious. But it’s not that simple, particularly because many of us live in a culture that pushes more and more involvement…sometimes more than even we feel is okay. In Episode 110 of Edit Your Life, […]
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 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.
Let’s shift the framing of new year goals to positive changes you choose rather than failures to correct. In this podcast, Christine and I offer 8 positive, doable, guilt-free tips for resetting your eating habits after the holidays.
We share 8 easy rituals — from neighborhood light walks to local craft fairs to building LEGO sets — in the hopes of inspiring your own low-key holiday fun.
In Episode 106 of the Edit Your Life podcast, Christine and I give you permission to edit the guilt out of your family gatherings.
Christine and I share 8 tips for editing your holiday gift list without tamping down your generosity, including perspective shifts to help you refocus on connection instead of obligation, how to get organized, clutter-free (and in some cases, virtually cost-free) gift alternatives including gifts that give back, plus tips for communicating with your family so everyone’s gift expectations are on the same page.
Christine interviews Nora Gelperin, Director of Sexuality Education and Training at Advocates for Youth. She shares down-to-earth advice about how to talk to kids about sexual abuse: what it is, how to recognize it, and how to protect themselves.
Christine interviews retired Marine pilot, mother of three, and Kentucky Congressional candidate Amy McGrath.
Christine and I share stories and helpful shifts in perspective, plus simple habits you can integrate into your life to help make gratitude a natural part of your day.
We loved hearing your voices in our 100th episode and are thrilled to answer more listener questions this week. In Episode 101 of Edit Your Life, Christine and I tackle questions related to dealing with negative work mojo, setting and re-evaluating priorities, and the challenges of being in the sandwich generation. Click “play” above to listen. If the player […]