Life can get out of control. It’s a lot to manage.
From the second we get home from work, it feels like there are a thousand things pulling us in a thousand directions. It’s so easy to accidentally let the night slip away from us and wonder where the time went.
In this episode of our podcast, we’re sharing the changes we’ve made to our after work routine that have made us feel less anxious and more fulfilled, and the practical steps you can take to form new habits in your own after work routine, so you can set your evenings up for success and end the day right!
Here’s a preview of what we’re talking about…
• Our afternoon and evening routine
• What we say “YES!” to every day after work… and what we’ve cut out completely
• Two BIG mistakes we used to make at dinnertime
• The unintended impact TV might be having on your relationships
• One step to WAY MORE physical intimacy in your marriage 😉
Resources from this Episode:
- Washington Post Article: The most important thing you can do with your kids? Eat dinner with them.
- Laura Vanderkam
– Book: 168 Hours
- Dr Meg Meeker
– Podcast: Parenting Great Kids
- More of our favorite books
- Michael Hyatt
– Book: Your Best Year Ever
Thank you both for the time and energy you have put into creating such a valuable podcast! The “Ending the Day Right” was such a helpful way for me to think about how I use my time. Being intentional with time is so crucial as a business owner! It was really challenging to think about “time poverty” and how we can be more in control of using our time purposefully. I’ve started listening to the book 168 hours! Thanks for the great resource! I respect and value you both and am so grateful for the ways you invest in others. Thank you!!!
P.S. Any chance you would be willing to share the spotify playlist of music you listen to during dinner? I have similar memories of my grandpa listening to the same kind of music! So sweet! 🙂
This podcast episode was …dare I say…life changing! Guys! I feel like I have so much more time to do the things I love now. Super grate advice. Thank you so much for sharing.