Aug 11, 2020
Today’s show is dedicated to the too busy woman who’s just up to her eyeballs in thoughts. I start by reading an essay I wrote called ‘Notes from a Reformed Time Binger’. It’s all about the crazy ways we try to overwork … or lose ourselves in a cascade of Netflix episodes. The goal, of course, is moderation in all things.
And it’s important with time to assess just how we’re using it.
As for your brain, does it seem a little crowded in there? Like too many competing voices are vying for your attention? Relax, girlfriend. You’re just like the rest of us … and there is a solution. It won’t even cost you a dime.
I’m talking in this show about the power of apologies, making amends and learning from your mistakes. Cause hey … no matter how much of an overachiever you are, you’re gonna make some. You just will!
And it really is okay. In fact, these mistakes lead us to great lessons we might otherwise never have. And isn’t learning the point of this mad thing we call life?
I hope this show inspires you … and gives you some room for thought.
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Suzanne Falter is a writer, podcaster and essayist whose work has appeared in SELF, O, More, Fitness, New Woman and The New York Times, Tiny Buddha and Elephant Journal. She is the author of multiple self-help titles including How Much Joy Can You Stand? (Ballantine) and the upcoming book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care (Sourcebooks). Suzanne also hosts the Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women podcast where she interviews leading self-care authorities and shares her own ideas.