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For the longest time, I was a budget-resister. As a minimalist, I don't buy a lot of stuff so I didn't think I needed a budget. But I was wrong--moving towards a consistent, air-tight budget has been one of the most intentional changes that we have made in our family. Today I'm chatting with author and financial educator Tiffany Aliche, also known …
 
Bedwetting and accidents can be taboo to speak about as our kids get older. However, we've been challenged by these things in our home so I understand the importance of this topic first hand. I'll warn you, my guest Dr. Steve Hodges and I are going to talk about poop and pee a lot in this episode, but I think you will enjoy hearing a new perspectiv…
 
In today's world, we are inundated with information. Whether it be about parenting, cooking, art projects, gardening…the world is quite literally at our fingertips thanks to Google. The result is that we often feel like, if the information is available to us, we should consume it. And we should be able to put it into action. If you saw a meme onlin…
 
Caroling at the holiday party, The live stage performances, In vivo religious gatherings, Shared meals, Santa's lap and festive parades, plane rides or road trips. People we love. There's so much empty space left to fill. That emptiness often leads to discomfort. But, as humans, we have a way of filling those voids without pause. It's true; there's…
 
This gift guide isn't meant to literally click and buy (although I've included links for ideas). Instead, it is intended to make you think differently about gifting. Our kids may grow out of their toys, but they won't grow out of spending quality time together as a family. If we want to stay focused on what matters most around the holidays, then we…
 
Organization can feel like a false promise of more. If only you could be more organized, you could manage MORE stuff. You could handle MORE on your calendar. But the truth is, the sheer quantity of…everything…is inundating us. My efforts at organization mostly lead me to feel like a total failure. I can’t organize my dresser drawers, they end up a …
 
In today's episode, Part III, we're going to talk about how we can work to improve and better understand the challenging relationships that we have in our lives. We will cover setting boundaries, empathic listening, building connection, and communication patterns. Listen to: Part I Part II We all have challenging people in our lives. And today we'r…
 
In last week's episode, we started talking about challenging adult relationships. I asked you to think about who that person(s) is for you. Now, this week we will talk about setting goals for those relationships and the impact of idealizing these relationships. In the previous episode, we discussed that some of the people who challenge us the most …
 
We all have challenging people in our lives. Maybe it's your brother or your mother or a best friend from childhood. Our goal is to try to start viewing this person through a new lens—so you can reframe your mindset and your attitude. This topic of relationships is incredibly broad and I want to narrow it down to focus better. So we're talking, spe…
 
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