February 24th, 2016
Episode 218 of 502 episodes
It’s time for the next installment of “Happier with Gretchen Rubin.” Update: The TV show Elizabeth writes for — The Family — starts soon! Be sure to watch: ABC, March 3. Watch the trailer here. I mention one of my favorite children’s books, Father’s Arcane Daughter, now titled My Father’s Daughter, by E. L. Konigsberg, one of the true giants of children’s literature. Try This at Home: Put the word “meditation” after any activity you’re finding dull. Relatedly, we talk about the value of boredom. Happiness Stumbling Block: Being a competitive parent. I quote from Anne Lamott’s essay “Forgiveness,” from her book Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith. Listener Answers: In episode 50, we talked about Fiona’s question about how to organize recipes, and we got so many excellent responses — to that question, as well as some others — we wanted to share them. Many people with great ideas about this subject noted that they’re Questioners — which makes a lot of sense. Elizabeth’s Demerit: Elizabeth is not keeping up with her night-time skin-care regimen. Gretchen’s Gold Star: I give a gold star to Elizabeth’s diabetes doctor, ... The post Podcast 53: Put the Word “Meditation” Before A Boring Task, Competitive Parenting, and Ideas for Organizing Recipes. appeared first on Gretchen Rubin.
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