This one’s for those of you who may just be getting to know us… or for listeners who have been waiting, hoping, asking for Rachel and Suzanne to finally lift the curtain already. Just a little start-of-summer get-to-know-ya treat. Enjoy.
Rachel and Suzanne are the poster children for change – they know better than most that you can’t just “set and forget” your identity. But how do you know if you’re in the right place for right now? Stay tuned for a recipe to help yourself become more yourself, over and over again. And listen up for some bonus branding advice along the way.
We’ve all heard the mantra “no excuses” – but Rachel and Suzanne know, it’s not that simple. When you just can’t get something done, making excuses feels really bad (and PSA: everyone knows when you’re doing it), so we’re giving you an alternative. You’ll never have to make excuses again.
You know that person in your life who always goes to the worst case scenario as soon as there’s a problem? That coworker or friend (or in Rachel’s case, mother) who immediately catastrophizes any situation? Rachel and Suzanne discuss how to spot a “catastrophic thinker,” and give you tips for how to respond to them in a way that’s productive for everyone.
When Rachel locked herself out of her closet this week, she unexpectedly learned an important life lesson. Instead of coming in hot with an answer, her handyman actually solved her problem by asking her questions. Rachel and Suzanne discovered that the “let’s figure this out together” approach is actually way more effective than aiming for, “I’ve got your answer!” Also, Suzanne is a Diplo fan now?
How do you navigate a dystopian existence? Rachel and Suzanne are delineating the Before from the After times in the only way they know how: by asking the best questions. Here are four questions you should never leave home without (in addition to your mask).
Toddlers need their parents’ help navigating their wild emotional swings… but if you are finding yourself in these tumultuous times having trouble with your own wild emotions, it’s time to learn how to work through it on your own. Suzanne and Rachel discuss how to parent yourself through moments of crisis.
Right now, Rachel and Suzanne – like many of you – are searching desperately for ways to feel better – physically, mentally, and emotionally. But when they turned to the “classic” self-care model (think: meditation, cucumbers on eyes, hot baths), they found it… sorely lacking. So what better time than now to completely redefine the meaning of self-care? Follow along with this episode – and with the worksheet we created (click here) – to find your definition of self-care.