Category: Podcast

Happy New Year! Podcasts, goals, etc.

Welcome to 2018! Well, I guess we are a few days in already, but I've been traveling, so better late than never. Just a few quick notes: The newest podcast episode -- the baby "mini-sode" -- is live! Sarah and I discuss the birth of her daughter, and how things are going so far. So far so good! Also, I was a guest on one of my favorite podcasts, What Should I Read Next? E… read more »

Podcast discussion: New Years Resolutions with special guest Gretchen Rubin

Just a quick post about this week's podcast (which I listened to on the treadmill - it does make the miles go faster!). Sarah and I were thrilled to interview Gretchen Rubin, author of The Four Tendencies, and The Happiness Project, about resolutions and goals, and how people of all different personality types can make changes for the better. Among the episod… read more »

Podcast discussion thread: All things planners!

Today's episode of Best of Both Worlds covers the topic of planners. Sarah and I both love to plan, but she has a far more comprehensive system that involves high-end planners (Hobonichi!), washi tape, and even accessories (a thin notebook that can tuck into the main planner, but can also take voyages away from the mothership). She uses her planner to map out h… read more »

Podcast discussion thread: Books with Modern Mrs. Darcy!

Sarah -- who just had her baby!! -- and I are delighted to welcome Anne Bogel as our special guest to the Best of Both Worlds podcast this week. Anne is the blogger behind the genius blog Modern Mrs. Darcy, which is where I get approximately 99 percent of my book recommendations. Well, that and her podcast, What Should I Read Next?, which answers that pressing que… read more »

Podcast discussion thread: The “fifth” trimester – those first weeks back at work

You know about the first three trimesters -- how some people demarcate the 9 months babies spend in the womb. Some people refer to the "fourth trimester," which would be the first 12 weeks when newborns are still adjusting to life on the outside. They become a lot more alert after that...but of course that's when many women in the U.S. return to work. Enter the "f… read more »