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Are you tired of living the same day… every day? What if those same days could be the best of your life? The Rhythms Podcast explores how to transform an "ordinary" life into one rich with meaning. Join Hannah, a rhythms devotee, and Kris, a perpetual-work-in-progress, as they examine the power of rhythms to change the mundane into magic.


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Hannah, our so-called 'Queen of Rhythms,' is keeping it real and giving you a peek into the realisations she has had about rhythms AND herself over the past year of episodes. You might just be surprised to hear what she has to say about her ability to 'hold onto' all these rhythms she loves to adopt. Note to our RHYTHMS Community: Thanks to everyone, both old and new friends, who have listened along with us over the past year, this first season of RHYTHMS. We're excited to go away and keep rhythm-ing, keep living, keep chatting, and then come back with another season of the pod sometime soon. Ka kite! Links + resources from this episode: ⁠The principle of 'Decide Once' from Kendra Adachi - The Lazy Genius (found in her book 'The Lazy Genius Way') Heaven is Everywhere (JOHNNYSWIM) Find us on Instagram @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
Listen in as Kris takes a look back at this first season of RHYTHMS and describes how his perspective on an ordinary life has changed over the past year. Is this the same Kris we met a year ago? Hannah doesn't think so and is keen to dig deeper into how and why his life has changed because of rhythms! Join them! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
Kris and Hannah are delighted to welcome friends and superfans of the show, Gray and Hannah, to help them break down some highlights from the past 20+ episodes, and chat about the impact of a growing understanding of rhythms in their lives.  Links + resources from this episode: ⁠Check out Gray's graphic design work at @genre.co.nz Find us on Instagram at ⁠@itsrhythmspodcast⁠ Read a transcript of this episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
What if your rhythms of life could bring a sense of delight AND security in your life, while also making you more hospitable to the people around you? Hannah and Kris invite us to consider what we can learn from Will Guidara, his pursuit to have the number one restaurant in the world, and his book ‘Unreasonable Hospitality’. Links + resources from this episode: ‘Unreasonable Hospitality: The Remarkable Power of Giving People More Than They Expect’ by Will Guidara Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
If you’re looking to live more intentionally and craft personal rhythms that align with your values, then this episode is for you! Listen in as we hear from long-time listeners, Josh and Summer Luscombe, about a date night they spent identifying their family values. Then Kris and Hannah dive in to help them workshop some accompanying rhythms! Links + resources from this episode: Read more about, and/or join in with, the 1000 Hours Outside movement Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
20. Summer Catch Up

20. Summer Catch Up

2024-01-2841:55

Come hang out as Hannah and Kris chat about what's been happening over the summer  - including where they've been, what they ate, and how their rhythms flexed, remained or broke over this time!  Read a transcript of this episode. Find us on Instagram at ⁠@itsrhythmspodcast Email or DM us your thoughts about what's next for the podcast! therhythmspodcast@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
19. Makers vs Managers

19. Makers vs Managers

2024-01-1444:22

Oh no! The holidays are over and it's time to head back to work. What if there was a new way to approach your work schedule to make your life happier?! Listen in as Hannah and Kris discuss the difference between makers and managers and how understanding that could make a world of difference for you and your work life in 2024. Links + resources from this episode: Why Makers Struggle to Get Things Done by Emily P Freeman (The Next Right Thing Podcast) Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule by Paul Graham Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode Other RHYTHMS Episodes we refer to: Ep.9 I Don’t Care Anymore Ep.13 A Cure for Chaos Ep.16 Traditions: Saving You and Your People Since Forever --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
In this episode, Kris and Hannah consider whether your rhythms of life may just matter more than your new year resolution! Whether you’re someone who loves or loathes new year resolutions, we propose that there’s merit in considering who you are becoming and whether your habits are helping or hindering. So listen in and celebrate the start of 2024 with us! Links + resources from this episode: The template Hannah used to set new year goals (from Ann Voskamp) Our episode about receiving feedback: Episode 14. Aw Shucks: Why We Hate Positive Feedback Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
The holidays are ALMOST here - let Kris and Hannah give you the pep talk YOU need to make it through these last few days of work/school/life and transition into the holiday season ready and at peace! Whether it's visiting with 'challenging' family members, feeling a little lost with the lack of regular routines, or the crazy feeling of there being a zillion things to do, Hannah and Kris have got you covered with some hacks to help you find your ways to small moments of familiar loveliness! Want our top tips for not just making it through this crazy season but actually enjoying it? Check out the following episodes: Episode 13: A Cure for Chaos Episode 12: Elections (and Other Disappointments) Episode 11: Why We All Need Beauty feat. Angela MacDonald Episode 4: Dollars and Sense Episode 3: Conversations and Concept Albums Episode 9: I Don't Care Anymore --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
At this time of year, many of us are looking forward to (or dreading?!) holidays and celebrations spent with our wonderful, opinionated, enthusiastic, annoying and kind loved ones - sounds great and like a lot! We need a tool that helps us to come together, to connect, be who we are as a community, and find that magic that comes from being in rhythm with one another. Enter traditions! Listen in as Kris and Hannah unpack how traditions may just be what you and your people need to carry you through the upcoming crazy season! Links + resources from this episode: The Lazy Genius: Kendra Adachi Send us your address and we'll send you a Christmas card! (DM us your address on Instagram or email us at therhythmspodcast@gmail.com) Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
Kris, Hannah and a couple dozen of their friends hung out over on Instagram recently to record this special, live episode of The Rhythms Podcast! Listen in as Hannah and Kris discuss the upcoming holiday season, including asking and answering questions about their own (and viewers's!) holiday rhythms and traditions, while they attempt to bake a chocolate pudding that always features at Hannah's family Christmas Eve. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
Why is it that we find it so hard to accept positive feedback, choosing instead to deflect or make ourselves small? How might we be different if we instead learnt to accept and embrace the praise and encouragement we receive (as well as the inevitable constructive comments too!)? Tune in as Kris and Hannah dive into the topic, share their personal stories about receiving positive and negative feedback, and problem solve using their favourite tool - RHYTHMS! Links + resources from this episode: Medium: Vertical Thinking VS Horizontal Thinking Read more about StrengthsFinder Want to give us some positive feedback the old-fashioned way? Email us: therhythmspodcast@gmail.com Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
13. A Cure For Chaos

13. A Cure For Chaos

2023-10-2242:04

How do you deal when your life gets shaken up? When chaos enters the room? Feel like you need a strategy to help you recover from these little and big moments? Us too! Rhythms could be answer you’re looking for! Join Hannah and Kris as they discuss the how and why, and also theorise about whether rhythms could be not only the prescription for recovering from getting knocked, but a preventative too! Links + resources from this episode: The podcast that helps Hannah start her work mornings well: The Lazy Genius Podcast Essay: 'Maker's Schedule, Manager's Schedule' by Paul Graham Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
What if you could take your disappointments and dissatisfaction and allow them to be the catalyst that leads to change, action and ultimately, growth? And what if you could establish rhythms that will help you actually enjoy it? Join Kris as he persuades Hannah that the discomfort that comes from being disappointed (like in an upcoming election) can actually be a good thing. Links + resources from this episode: Find us on Instagram at ⁠@itsrhythmspodcast⁠ Read a ⁠transcript⁠ of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
Our lives, full of routines and habits, are so often about accomplishing something, moving us forward. And that’s good. But what, then, is the purpose of beauty? What use is something beautiful? Listen in as Kris and Hannah, joined by good friend Ange MacDonald, floral designer and mastermind behind Joy Florals, discuss the ‘point’ of beauty, and how our rhythms can play a part in intentionally welcoming it into our lives. Links + resources from this episode: Enjoy the beautiful florals created by Ange MacDonald, of Joy Floral Design, @enjoyflorals Tsh Oxenreider and her guest Katy Carl discuss beauty on her podcast A Drink With a Friend Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
10. Episode 10 Q&A Special

10. Episode 10 Q&A Special

2023-09-1001:03:01

It's time to hear Kris and Hannah answer YOUR questions about rhythms of life, about making the podcast, and about how personalised rhythms could help you, our listeners, to embrace and enjoy the season you're in! Find out more about your hosts, and discover how far and wide the impact that familiar loveliness could have in your life and the lives of fellow listeners! Links + resources from this episode: Check out Hannah & Kris' first podcast 'Family Time', which is now the first three episodes of the MORE Leadership Podcast. The Lazy Genius is one of our faves, always - check out her book and her podcast where she reminds us often to check our expectations If you're in the area, check out Hannah's family's favourite way to start the Christmas season: Cross Hills Garden Country Fair Listen to Episode 8 of our podcast, 'Input/Output' (if you haven't already) to hear about how you are always becoming you. James Clear's Atomic Habits Find us on Instagram at ⁠@itsrhythmspodcast⁠ Read a ⁠transcript⁠ of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
Have you ever struggled with moving on from that irritating person or moment? What if your daily rhythms could help you build resilience and flexibility, so you could care less, let go and move on?! Join Kris and Hannah as they discuss Kris’ ‘don’t care’ attitude, consider healthy attachments, and revisit an old argument about Easter eggs. Links + resources from this episode: Psychology Today article which details how much our daily lives and actions are influenced by our memories How Do I Feel? A Dictionary of Emotions for Children (and everyone!) We want to hear from you! Do you have a question for Kris or Hannah about how a rhythm could support your daily life? An area of your life for them to troubleshoot with a RHYTHMS perspective? A follow up question from a previous episode? Or just curious to get to know Kris and Hannah more? We'll be answering your questions on Episode 10 of the pod, so share your question with us by emailing therhythmspodcast@gmail.com Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast Read a transcript of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
8. Input/Output

8. Input/Output

2023-08-1342:41

You are already you. But guess what.. You are also continually becoming you. You are being made. Everyday! So, what's making you? Join Kris and Hannah as they reflect on the ways in which their lives' inputs and influences are impacting their daily choices, habits and rhythms. Links + resources from this episode: Korie Robertson's Facebook post on influences and entertainment (that inspired this episode) @thatsmybookshelf on Instagram: recovering their books to look like Penguin Classics Watch one of Hannah's faves, SWAT, and then DM us with your hot takes! We want to hear from you! Do you have a question for Kris or Hannah about how a rhythm could support your daily life? An area of your life for them to troubleshoot with a RHYTHMS perspective? A follow up question from a previous episode? Or just curious to get to know Kris and Hannah more? We'll be answering your questions on Episode 10 of the pod, so share your question with us by emailing therhythmspodcast@gmail.com Read a transcript of this episode. Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
Does your currently reality match up with the life you dreamed about; full of excitement and adventure?! Or is normal life more boring than you imagined? If so, you’re not alone! This episode, Kris and Hannah wonder about the beauty of an ordinary life, and discuss leaving a legacy made up of small, familiar everyday moments. Links + resources from this episode: We want to hear from you! Do you have a question for Kris or Hannah about how a rhythm could support your daily life? An area of your life for them to troubleshoot with a RHYTHMS perspective? A follow up question from a previous episode? Or just curious to get to know Kris and Hannah more? We'll be answering your questions on Episode 10 of the pod, so share your question with us by emailing therhythmspodcast@gmail.com Read a transcript of this episode Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
How can unexpectedly finding yourself crammed into a tiny aircraft at 30,000 feet in the air, and travelling at 500km/h, help you find space, quiet your soul and slow down?! Listen in to find out more, and join Hannah and Kris as they discuss how lovely rhythms can help achieve the same thing on the daily! Links + resources from this episode: Check out Alastair Humphrey’s concept: Microadventures and consider how YOU could introduce a rhythm of mini daily adventures in your life! Read a transcript of this episode Find us on Instagram at @itsrhythmspodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/itsrhythms/message
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