Christine talks with bestselling author Jenny Lawson, whose newest book is “Broken (in the best possible way).”
With the arrival of Spring, COVID vaccines, and school changes, many of us are trying to wrap our heads around a shifting social landscape. More people? More normality? Maybe even less Zoom?
In Episode 229 of Edit Your Life, Christine and I talk about how to revive and rethink friendships as we navigate safety concerns and potential social awkwardness.
There’s way more to adulting than the typical five markers of adulthood (finish education, get a job, leave home, marry, have kids).
In Episode 228 of Edit Your Life, Christine talks to author Julie Lythcott-Haims. Her new book, Your Turn: How To Be An Adult, is about how to get beyond basic adulting to the power of wanting to be an adult and having to adult. Christine and Julie talk about vulnerability, perfectionism, people pleasing, and more.
Must we constantly expect to improve ourselves?
Online classes, emailed homework, interrupted friendships, cancelled activities—these are the hallmarks of the COVID school year. But as we acknowledge the losses, can we also uncover the successes?
There never seems to be enough time. In Episode 226, Christine chats with time management and productivity expert Laura Vanderkam. Christine and Laura talk about how to reframe your perception of time, Laura’s favorite time management tactics, early morning productivity, and self-care. For links to resources we’ve mentioned + information about our sponsors, read the show notes at edityourlifeshow.com.