It's 2016!


It's 2016! We revive our "what's working" segment, plus small changes to make at the start of a new year and our favorite resources and approaches to the big six areas of change. 

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What you’ll hear:

  • What's working and not working for us
  • Big, huge goals vs. small, daily steps
  • How different Myers Briggs personality types make New Year's Resolutions
  • The one book we each want to read this year
  • The six key areas people typically want to change, and our approach to each: relationships, money, eating habits, nutrition, time management, and self care

Can I quote you on that?

  • "To do the big things well requires doing the little things well." Maggie
  • "I want to make more homemade pasta." Maggie
  • "People > productivity." Jacey
  • "It's okay to be broke." Maggie
  • "Probably the most important thing I know to do with money is give first." Jacey
  • "Routines take the decision out of self care for me." Maggie
  • "My most valued resource for self care is quiet." Jacey
  • "Recharge so you can pour out." Jacey
  • "You have to be where you are to get where you need to go." Amy Poehler
  • "If something is worth doing, it's worth doing badly." Nicky Gumbel


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Thoughts, questions, comments?

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