We've been doing the show for one year! Yay. We had a great time doing this anniversary show.
Want to listen to our very first episode? Listen here.
Try-This-at-Homes that have proved the most popular with listeners:
- The one-minute rule from episode 1
- Updates to stay in touch easily from episode 2
- Power Hour from episode 6
- Take photos of every day life from episode 24
- Set an alarm to remind yourself to go to bed from episode 18
- Pick a one-word theme for the year from episode 26
Note: I thought my Four Tendencies book would be small, but it has turned out to be BIG. In fact, I was already working on my next big project! If you want to hear when my book about the Four Tendencies is ready, sign up here.
Before-and-After stories from our listeners: So fascinating! Readers talked about using lots of different ideas.
Once again, I find myself talking about hard-boiled eggs and my Krups egg-cooker.
Our Favorite Moments: Elizabeth loved hearing from the listener who did the detailed analysis of her voice, and episode 30, when my daughter Eliza was our guest. Remember, Eliza now has a podcast of her own, Eliza Starting at 16 (she does the entire thing herself), so if you want to hear more from her, check it out.
I loved episode 10, when we recorded in Elizabeth's closet as we cleared her clutter.
Henry played his favorite "Classic Gretch" and "Classic Liz" moments. You can hear us laughing in the background.
Gretchen’s Demerit: A friend and I started a big project featuring our two daughters, but we've stalled out. I need to re-start it. The project I mentioned is Four to Llewelyn's Edge. Update: I followed Elizabeth's advice, and my friend and I scheduled a meeting to re-start our project.
Elizabeth’s Gold Star: Elizabeth gives a gold star to her in-laws, for being willing cheerfully to help out, even when it's a hassle.
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