The Lazy Genius Podcast
Author: Kendra, The Lazy GeniusSubscribed: 12,125Played: 478,167
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#317 - 5 Steps to a Routine That Actually Works
#316 - How to Not Bummer Your Summer
#315 - Lazy Genius Office Hours!
Bonus: The Disney World Episode
#314 - Put On Your Summer Face
#313 - 10 Questions for the Start of the Summer
#312 - My Favorite Chapter from The Lazy Genius Kitchen
#310 - How to Pivot Around Any Obstacle
#309 - The Friendship Episode, Part Two with Laura Tremaine
#308 - The Friendship Episode, Part One with Laura Tremaine
#307 - A More Helpful Way to Look at Spring Cleaning
BONUS: How to be a Person, Part Two with Aundi Kolber
#306 - What We Need to Have More Fun
#305 - Dinner Permission with Ali Slagle
#304 - How to Rest When You’re Caring for Everyone Else
#303 - The 10 Most Helpful Episodes From the Last Two Years
#302: The Lazy Genius Guide to Basketball
#301 - How to Kindly Navigate a Changing Body
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hi. i recently cheked out some of the transcripts and i realized that they are imperfect and incomplete, i mean you left many sentences untranscribed. please fix this, some ppl do need fully trascribed episodes to be able to follow up and get everything.
an american podcast with transcript for each episode!!! that's freaking awesome. I've been literally looking for sth like this for 2 years. i can't thank you enough♥️
I love to have a zero inbox and so one of my things is delete what needs to be deleted, or respond to the things that can be responded and then delete that or I move it to a "to-do" folder which are messages that need to be handled or have been put on the other person to respond but do not need to be in my inbox any longer. I then review that folder a couple times a week for what needs attention or be deleted if it's been done.
THIS was the piece I needed, after (mind blown) reading The Lazy Genius Way. Thank you. Is there anywhere you post the full process of Lazy Genius-ing people's problems, to help us layfolks out here get a better idea of the scope and how the principles are applied?
New listener, 6 years late! At 14:58, you said Nick Flora was the first person you’re interviewing for the podcast - I’m just curious if this was recorded before the first episode that you had your best friend on? Or is it a matter of format, or that she was a close friend and Nick isn’t? (I can’t help noticing the discrepancy.)
So happy about hearing Hannah!! Yay!!!
I've had a similar experience picking up a car internationally, so my genius husband bought me a charging block that I always travel with to prevent not being able to charge my phone, so calamity averted. also when traveling internationally you need to know how to change the settings on the car's GPS (if you are fortunate to get) so you can understand the language. lastly, for international travel, Google translate is your best friend! love your ideas and tips! BTW my daughter lives in Winston-Salem as well.
once a year I take out all of the clothes that are to the left of a yellow neon hanger. I move the hanger then to the right of all of my clothes that are still in my closet As I wash and wear things throughout the year they end up on the right side of the hanger. I know at the end of that year I have gone through holidays celebrations seasons and everything and if I have not worn something in a year it gets donated to a friend. if something is worn but not dirty enough to put in the laundry basket I hang it on a hanger and then put the hanger in my closet backwards so I know the next time I take it out that it needs to go in the laundry.
I'm a stacker of books. 💯
Self-care defined as things that make you feel like yourself. ❣️
first of all, I love you! Your book is "saving my life right now". I just need to tell you that Thai food does not in fact involve peanuts. Americanized Thai food does, but not authentic Thai food. My husband is 1/2 Thai and this is how I know. 😁
so helpful, thank you Kendra! completely new way of thinking about goal setting, I love this!!
Well said, Kendra. Thanks for being willing to talk about what matters and for reminding us all to be human.
The first episode I checked out was Routines. I am now going to binge listen. As I do the insane work of motherhood in this insane time, this is really going to help.
when a new episode comes out, it's on top of my listen list. make your life easier, your way.
I'm kinda laughing here... welcome to the homeschool Mama's world.