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Podcast 171: Huge News! Plus Question Your Limiting Beliefs, Create Accountability to Say “No,” and a Hack Using Measuring Cups.
Podcast 171

Podcast 171: Huge News! Plus Question Your Limiting Beliefs, Create Accountability to Say “No,” and a Hack Using Measuring Cups.

Why we should question our limiting beliefs, how to create outer order accountability for saying "no," and a hack using measuring cups.
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.
A Little Happier: Feeling Annoyed About Clutter? Remember Love.
A Little Happier

A Little Happier: Feeling Annoyed About Clutter? Remember Love.

When your parents are driving you crazy because they’ve kept every piece of your schoolwork, all the way back to kindergarten, or when you’re driving yourself crazy because you can’t bring yourself to toss any of your husband’s ragged college t-shirts, remember: all this junk is an expression of love.
Podcast 133: Create a Spot of Transition, Accountability for Introverts–and Is There a Correct Way to Load a Dishwasher
Podcast 133

Podcast 133: Create a Spot of Transition, Accountability for Introverts–and Is There a Correct Way to Load a Dishwasher

Podcast 133: Why it’s helpful to create a place for things in transition, how to create accountability if you’re introverted or shy—and do you have strong views about how to load a dishwasher?
Podcast 125: Plan a Virtual Move, a Deep-Dive for College-Bound Students, and an Easy Cure for Splinters.
Podcast 125

Podcast 125: Plan a Virtual Move, a Deep-Dive for College-Bound Students, and an Easy Cure for Splinters.

Podcast 125: Plan a virtual move, a deep-dive into advice about sending a child off to college, a painless way to remove a splinter, and a photograph-related demerit.
Podcast 123: Shield Yourself from Worry, Open Items Carefully, and Use Clothing to Influence Your Attitude.
Podcast 123

Podcast 123: Shield Yourself from Worry, Open Items Carefully, and Use Clothing to Influence Your Attitude.

Podcast 123: Why we should shield ourselves from worry, and also open items carefully, and how clothes can transform our attitudes and emotions. Plus tips for new dog owners.
Podcast 113: Reclaim Your Dump Zones, a Hack for Making Tough Decisions, and Is Your Birthday Important to You?
Podcast 113

Podcast 113: Reclaim Your Dump Zones, a Hack for Making Tough Decisions, and Is Your Birthday Important to You?

Podcast 113: Why you should reclaim your dump zones, how to make a tough decision, and is your birthday important to you?
One of the Worst Ways to Waste Time Is to ____.
A Little Happier

One of the Worst Ways to Waste Time Is to ____.

A Little Happier: One of the most irksome ways to waste time is to do something well that we need not do at all.
Podcast 111: Beware of Storing Stuff, Another Look at the Stumbling Block of Emails, and the Challenge of Little Slips of Paper.
Podcast 111

Podcast 111: Beware of Storing Stuff, Another Look at the Stumbling Block of Emails, and the Challenge of Little Slips of Paper.

Podcast 111: Beware of "storage," a hack about flipping a coin, and more on the constant challenge of email.
Someplace, Keep an Empty Shelf; Someplace, Keep a Junk Drawer.
A Little Happier

Someplace, Keep an Empty Shelf; Someplace, Keep a Junk Drawer.

A Little Happier: In a happy life, it’s helpful to keep a little space completely clear and open, but it’s also helpful to make room for some messiness, some unexpected treasure.
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