Introducing: The Edit Your Life Show + Episode 1!

Friends, I have a big announcement today! I’ve been daydreaming about starting a podcast for a while and am thrilled that I’m making this happen with my incredible friend and brilliant Minimalist Parenting co-author Asha Dornfest! Podcasts are awesome; they’re perfect to listen to during your commute, while prepping dinner or doing housework, at the playground (I keep one earbud in so I can still hear my kids), or while exercising.

And WOO HOO! The first episode of Asha and my new podcast -- EDIT YOUR LIFE -- is live today!

Edit Your Life will cover lifestyle, work, relationships, and parenting -- all geared towards editing your life to make room for awesome. And totally accidentally (or maybe this was the universe guiding us), I just realized yesterday that we’re launching this podcast during National Simplify Your Life Week! Kismet, man.

Here’s how to listen:

  1. Via the web (aka streaming). Hit the "play" button on the podcast player embedded below. We’ll include the podcast player in each episode's show notes,  both here and on Parent Hacks. 
  2. Via an app. For iPhones and iPads, use the purple Podcasts app. For Android devices, use the Stitcher app or Podcast Addict app. In both cases, launch the app, then search for Edit Your Life. Benefit of using an app: once downloaded, you can listen to the show without an Internet connection. 

So let's get listening! I hope you love Episode 1!

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Everyone procrastinates about something at some point. Maybe even, like, 14 times a day. So we’re thrilled to kick off our first episode of Edit Your Life with actionable tips and inspiration for conquering procrastination.

And here are links to things we mentioned during the podcast:

We want to hear from you!

Thoughts? Questions? Ideas for topics you'd like us to cover? Email us at, visit the Edit Your Life Facebook page, or connect with us on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #EditYourLifeShow.

Image credits: microphone by Pixabay; Edit Your Life logo by Christine Koh

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