Episode 8: Finding Your Fringe Hours

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The task of finding time for yourself can seem daunting, particularly when it can be challenging to — well — pee without the company of your children. One of the keys to shifting your perspective and daily experience is to find your fringe hours. In Episode 8 of Edit Your Life, I interview Jessica Turner about how to edit guilt and comparison out of your life, the elusive struggle for balance, why it’s hard to ask for help (and how to get over that!), and mindreading (or lack thereof) — all to the effect of making room for the things in life that bring you joy.

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