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Podcast 327: Something to Remember: Gretchen Passed Out on Live TV! Plus a Hand-Holding Hack, and Are You in an Age of Expansion or Concentration?
Podcast 327

Podcast 327: Something to Remember: Gretchen Passed Out on Live TV! Plus a Hand-Holding Hack, and Are You in an Age of Expansion or Concentration?

We talk about why it’s helpful to remember that the things that go wrong often make the best memories—for example, I passed out on live TV! Plus a hack about holding hands, and we ask the know-yourself-better question, “Are you in an age of expansion, or an age of concentration?”
Podcast 325: Design Your Summer, Splurge on Colorful Felt-Tip Pens, and a Conversation with Julianna Margulies of “The Good Wife”
Podcast 235

Podcast 325: Design Your Summer, Splurge on Colorful Felt-Tip Pens, and a Conversation with Julianna Margulies of “The Good Wife”

We have our annual discussion about why and how we plan to design our summers, I explain why I splurged on some colorful felt-tip pens, and we talk to award-winning actor Juliana Margulies about her terrific memoir “Sunshine Girl.”
Podcast 255: We Reveal Our “20 for 2020” Lists as well as a Color-Related Hack, and Give a Happiness-Bully Demerit
Podcast 255

Podcast 255: We Reveal Our “20 for 2020” Lists as well as a Color-Related Hack, and Give a Happiness-Bully Demerit

We reveal our “20 for 2020” lists and discuss some great ideas from listeners, discuss a color-related hack to make it easier to find lost objects, and talk about some advice from our mother—about not giving advice.
Podcast 236: Stay the Course with Your Good Habits, Helping Someone Take Medication, and the Fun of Color.
Podcast 236

Podcast 236: Stay the Course with Your Good Habits, Helping Someone Take Medication, and the Fun of Color.

Why you should stay the course with your good habits, the challenge of taking daily medication, and a return to a favorite question, “What’s your signature color?”
Podcast 234: Try the SLANT Approach to Listen Better, and Dealing with a Sweetheart Who Doesn’t Show Enthusiastic Support
Podcast 234

Podcast 234: Try the SLANT Approach to Listen Better, and Dealing with a Sweetheart Who Doesn’t Show Enthusiastic Support

Try the S.L.A.N.T. approach to help yourself listen and learn more effectively, an easy way to do a happiness-boosting good deed, and how to deal with a sweetheart who responds very unenthusiastically to good news.
Podcast 186: Create a “Blues Bag,” a Reading-Related Hack for Parents, and a Deep Dive into Happiness at Work.
Podcast 186

Podcast 186: Create a “Blues Bag,” a Reading-Related Hack for Parents, and a Deep Dive into Happiness at Work.

Why and how you might create a "blues bag," a reading-related hack for parents, and a deep dive on happiness at work.
A Little Happier: Artist Anne Truitt Describes Her Moment of Transformation: Enough Blue.
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: Artist Anne Truitt Describes Her Moment of Transformation: Enough Blue.

Artist Anne Truitt gives a remarkable description of her moment of transformation and recognition—she knew exactly when and why it began.
Podcast 169: Try the Strategy to “Stop Talking,” Arrange Your Apps by Color, and a Talk about Romance with Joanna Coles.
Podcast 169

Podcast 169: Try the Strategy to “Stop Talking,” Arrange Your Apps by Color, and a Talk about Romance with Joanna Coles.

Use the strategy to "Stop talking," an interview about modern romance with Joanna Coles, and dealing with the end of a Season of Stress.
Podcast 138: Always Leave Some Extra Room in the Suitcase, the Stress of Giving a Toast, and the Joy of Seeing a Color for the First Time.
Podcast 138

Podcast 138: Always Leave Some Extra Room in the Suitcase, the Stress of Giving a Toast, and the Joy of Seeing a Color for the First Time.

Always leave some room in the suitcase, the stress of giving a toast, and what to bring to the office if you don't want to be the evil donut-bringer.
We Don’t Always Know When Children Are Wasting Their Time.
A Little Happier

We Don’t Always Know When Children Are Wasting Their Time.

A Little Happier: We may wish our children used their time more “productively,” but we don’t always know when time is wasted—or not. What looks like wasted time could actually turn out to be quite productive.
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