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Making Veggies Irresistible – with Green Joy Founder, Jenny Cawthon

Jenny Cawthon, founder of Green Joy, is raising the bar when it comes to accessing healthy foods and vegetables. Jenny believeseveryone deserves the right to healthy, wholesome foods and don’t think access, geography, or circumstance should impact the ability to get the nutrition needed for growing bodies. Green Joy believes if we can get kids eating 3-4 servings of vegetables each day, we will literally be changing lives for the next generation. Links to things we discussed: Green Joy – website Green Joy – Instagram Green Joy – Facebook Fili West Farms (South Carolina) – website Dallas Farmers Market (Texas) – website Bonton Farms (Dallas, TX) – website Fresh Point (Dallas, TX) – website Transcript: Coming Soon

28 minAPR 16
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Making Veggies Irresistible – with Green Joy Founder, Jenny Cawthon

What’s for dinner? – more with registered dietitian, Brianna Pilawski

I don’t know about you, but figuring out what to feed my family since the world turned upside down has been, to put it mildly, challenging. I am not used to bulk shopping or cooking. I have never put a ton of time into meal prepping. On top of all of that, half of what I need isn’t available at the grocery store. Thankfully, Brianna Pilawski, a registered dietitian, is here to help. She shares some of her favorite tips and tricks to get even the pickiest of eaters involved in the kitchen. She also shares the staples she is keeping on hand and some of her favorite go to recipes these days. Oh, and if you are interested in knowing what it takes to be a registered dietitian, we cover that too. Sample Dinner Ideas – Pulled Pork in the Insta Pot w Bagged Salad & Strawberries – Chicken n’ Rice – Cream of Mushroom Soup+ frozen Chicken, minute brown rice, broccoli & cheese – Whole wheat spaghetti, frozen meatballs, pasta sauce + frozen broccoli cooked in the bag – Fish On Monday Nights – Salmon – Fish Sticks+ brown rice, Green Beans & Raspberries – Taco Night is always a fav – ground beef – can be frozen, diced tomatoes (canned low sodium), hopefully lettuce, shredded cheese – Trade Joes – chicken stir fry w/ veggies, chicken meals – Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Links to recipes To find a registered dietitian nutritionist near you, use the Academy’s onlineFind an Expertservice. Mama Knows Nutrition – website Mama Knows Nutrition – Instagram Veggies and Virtue – website Veggies and Virtue – Instagram Sesame Street Cookbook Link Easy Fried Rice Recipe Susan found online that her family loves Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Transcript Coming Soon

53 minAPR 11
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What’s for dinner? – more with registered dietitian, Brianna Pilawski

Nutrition isn’t what it was two weeks ago, with registered dietitian – Brianna Pilawski

I don’t know about you, but figuring out what to feed my family since the world turned upside down has been, to put it mildly, challenging. I am not used to bulk shopping or cooking. I have never put a ton of time into meal prepping. On top of all of that, half of what I need isn’t available at the grocery store. Thankfully, Brianna Pilawski, a registered dietitian, is here to help. She shares some of her favorite tips and tricks to get even the pickiest of eaters involved in the kitchen. She also shares the staples she is keeping on hand and some of her favorite go to recipes these days. Oh, and if you are interested in knowing what it takes to be a registered dietitian, we cover that too. Sample Dinner Ideas – Pulled Pork in the Insta Pot w Bagged Salad & Strawberries – Chicken n’ Rice – Cream of Mushroom Soup+ frozen Chicken, minute brown rice, broccoli & cheese – Whole wheat spaghetti, frozen meatballs, pasta sauce + frozen broccoli cooked in the bag – Fish On Monday Nights – Salmon – Fish Sticks+ brown rice, Green Beans & Raspberries – Taco Night is always a fav – ground beef – can be frozen, diced tomatoes (canned low sodium), hopefully lettuce, shredded cheese – Trade Joes – chicken stir fry w/ veggies, chicken meals – Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Links to recipes To find a registered dietitian nutritionist near you, use the Academy’s onlineFind an Expertservice. Mama Knows Nutrition – website Mama Knows Nutrition – Instagram Veggies and Virtue – website Veggies and Virtue – Instagram Sesame Street Cookbook Link Easy Fried Rice Recipe Susan found online that her family loves Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Transcript Coming Soon

44 minMAR 26
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Nutrition isn’t what it was two weeks ago, with registered dietitian – Brianna Pilawski

How She is Hanging in There, COVID-19 Edition

Learning how to navigate this new reality? Me too! In this episode I am sharing a few things that are working in our home (so far) and things that aren’t working at all. We are talking all things limited scheduling, making time for self care and giving heaps and heaps of grace to ourselves and those we love. Links: (Will be updated regularly – be sure to check back) Links for Kid Activities Cosmic Kids Yoga – YouTube (free) The Best Kids Crafts & Activities Facebook Group – open to the public. a quick scroll through and I am now following this group too. Lots of neat ideas to do with stuff you already have around the house. No need to special order. Links for Parents Managing Stress and Anxiety, COVID-19 (CDC Website Link) Talking with Kids about COVID-19 (CDC Website Link) Links for Arts and Entertainment Metropolitan Opera – Streaming (some free) Links for Education – Kids ABC Mouse (not free, but not expensive) Ms. Sydney’s Pre-School at Home (YouTube Channel Ages 3-6) Sch...

23 minMAR 19
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How She is Hanging in There, COVID-19 Edition

Racial Reconciliation Recap

Even though we are wrapping up our series on racial reconciliation, the conversation is not over. We will continue the conversation and do our best to include voices of those who have been marginalized. When I launched How She Got Here the intent was to create a platform for women to share their stories in order to encourage and empower others. We are doing that. We will continue to do that. We are doing our best to include the voices of all women. Links Be the Bridge The Cross and the Lynching Tree The Liturgists The 1619 Project 1619 Podcast think with Krys Boyd HER with Amena Brown Evolving Faith Transcript Coming Soon

19 minFEB 29
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Racial Reconciliation Recap

Racial Reconciliation: Judgment Free Questions and Conversations, with Catrina Berka

In this weeks episode in our series “How She is Doing the Work of Racial Reconciliation” Susan chats with her friend Catrina Berka. Susan and Catrina have both been involved with racial reconciliation work since 2017, though it was different incidents that brought them together at a Project Unity event. Want to be a fly on the wall while two white ladies sit around and chat about racial reconciliation and why you should care? Have some questions, but not sure how or who to ask? Looking for a few resources to help you understand? This conversation is for you. Links To Things Discussed Year of Unity – Project Unity Website We’re Different, We’re the Same – Sesame Street Kids Book Be the Bridge Latasha Morrison’s Book – Be the Bridge White Awake – Daniel Hill Pass the Mic – podcast Truth’s Table – podcast The Colored Commentary – podcast We Are Threaded – resource page Transcript Coming Soon

61 minFEB 13
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Racial Reconciliation: Judgment Free Questions and Conversations, with Catrina Berka

Racial Reconciliation – A Beginning

Our series this month is “How She is Doing the Work of Racial Reconciliation”. Susan recognizes that so often, as a white woman, she has left racial reconciliation to her sisters of color, not sure where she fit into the conversation and not asking where she fit either. For this series, Susan is going to be in conversation with white women about the role white women can and should play when it comes to racial reconciliation. Today, Susan is sharing her story of how and why she finally dove in. Where to find what we discussed today Be The Bridge Be The Bridge – Public Facebook Group Project Unity My e-mail: susan@howshegothere.com Transcript I am both excited and nervous about introducing this series to you. This series is entitled: “How She is Doing the Work of Racial Reconciliation”. In our first episode in this series I am going to share my story of how and why I got involved in this work. My goal for this series is twofold: if you are not involved in this work already, I would ask you to have an open mind and open heart and open ears. I know some of the things I say or my guests say will be hard to hear. You might feel guilt, shame, confusion, disbelief and more. All of this is normal and I have been there. I still read or hear things and my first reaction is “No way!” Just stay with me. If you have questions, concerns, would like resources or just to talk about it…you can reach out to me at: susan@howshegothere.com or dm me on FB or Instagram. If you are already involved in this work, please don’t hesitate to reach out. This work is not meant to be done alone. You can e-mail me at: susan@howshegothere.com or dm me on FB or Instagram. If you are a woman of color, you probably know I am a white woman. My goal with this series is to talk with other white women on what is ours to do with this work. Too often we have relied on you, our sisters of color, to do this work for us. This is my humble attempt to speak up about racial reconciliation and why white women need to be involved. If you can/want to listen. Awesome! I’m not going to get it all right. You are probably going to be frustrated with how I say or tackle things. If you want to reach out about any and or all of it. You can also reach me at my e-mail address: susan@howshegothere.com or dm me on FB or Insta. I am here to learn and listen. I have been officially involved in racial reconciliation work since 2017, but have been mulling over it since June 17, 2015. That was the day that a white supremacist walked into Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Also known as Mother Emanuel) had bible study with, prayed with and then murdered 9 people for no other reason than their skin was not white. There names are: Rev. Clementa PinckneyCynthia Marie Graham Hurd Susie Jackson Ethel Lee Lance DePayne Middleton-Doctor Tywanza SandersDaniel L Simmons Sharonda Coleman-SingletonMyra Thompson As you probably know, I am from South Carolina. I have lived in Dallas, TX for more than a decade, but will always be a South Carolinian. And while South Carolina has a very troubling past, not to mention that 40% of all those enslaved in the U.S. entered the country through the port of Charleston, I did not fully understand that past until I was a grown woman. I will always love South Carolina, even with its horrific past. Though it is HARD, I am finding it better to recognize the past, come to terms with it, and try to move through it. I grew up loving trips to Charleston and its surrounding islands, so much so that we spend a week on the coast with family every year. I know exactly where Mother Emanuel is located an...

11 minFEB 6
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Racial Reconciliation – A Beginning

Clarifying Your Path with, your host, Susan Long

In our final episode of the series “How She is Nailing the New Year” Susan reflects on the conversations with Rachael, Jessica and Lindsey. She then shares a few of the tools she uses that help her clarify and ultimately succeed in reaching her goals. Where to Find What We DiscussedEmily Ley Simplicity ChallengeThe Business Lounge – Prosperous New YearVision Board Examples on our InstagramShanterra McBride, founder of Marvelous University discusses purpose partnersConversation with Business Coach, Caytie LangfordTranscript

24 minJAN 29
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Clarifying Your Path with, your host, Susan Long

Finding an Organizing System That Works For You, with Lindsey Taylor

In our third episode of the series “How She is Nailing the New Year” Susan chats with organizational guru, Lindsey Taylor. Organizing comes easily for Lindsey, so much so she is seriously considering it as a side hustle. Today, she shares some of the tools she uses to keep things straight and encourages us to try a few of her tips out for ourselves.Where to find what Lindsey and I discussedContainer Store – Gift Wrap OrganizersContainer Store – OXO Pop ContainersContainer Store – Clear Plastic Shoe BoxesEmily Ley – 30 Day Simplicity ChallengeTranscript Susan: Okay, Lindsey Taylor. I am so excited to have you on my podcast. I think it was you who pointed out to me not that long ago, that this month January, we will have known each other five years because our children met when your oldest—gosh, you have two now—when your oldest was three weeks old or was it two weeks old? I never remember. Lindsey: She was three weeks to the day. Susan: Three weeks to the day. And Will, mine,...

36 minJAN 23
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Finding an Organizing System That Works For You, with Lindsey Taylor

Everything Is Not Important and Everything Is Not Urgent, with Jessica Weidman

In our second episode of the series “How She is Nailing the New Year” Susan chats with Jessica Weidman, Senior Manager of Development at the Texas Women’s Foundation. Jessica understands what it’s like to wear many different hats, both at work and at home. She shares some of the tools she uses to keep everything flowing smoothly and encourages us to evaluate if what we are doing is helping us achieve success. Where to find what Jessica and I discussedTexas Women’s FoundationYou Tube Videos on Time BlockingHalf Breed: Finding Unity in a Divided World by LeTesha Wheeler TranscriptionSusan:Jessica, I am so excited to have you on the podcast this week. I have known you for a little while at this point. And it is just so nice to be able to sit back and kind of continue through January talking with folks that I know, that I love, that are amazing women who are doing really fantastic and amazing things. So before I sit here and talk with you all about you just from my perspective, how...

37 minJAN 16
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Everything Is Not Important and Everything Is Not Urgent, with Jessica Weidman

Latest Episodes

Making Veggies Irresistible – with Green Joy Founder, Jenny Cawthon

Jenny Cawthon, founder of Green Joy, is raising the bar when it comes to accessing healthy foods and vegetables. Jenny believeseveryone deserves the right to healthy, wholesome foods and don’t think access, geography, or circumstance should impact the ability to get the nutrition needed for growing bodies. Green Joy believes if we can get kids eating 3-4 servings of vegetables each day, we will literally be changing lives for the next generation. Links to things we discussed: Green Joy – website Green Joy – Instagram Green Joy – Facebook Fili West Farms (South Carolina) – website Dallas Farmers Market (Texas) – website Bonton Farms (Dallas, TX) – website Fresh Point (Dallas, TX) – website Transcript: Coming Soon

28 minAPR 16
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Making Veggies Irresistible – with Green Joy Founder, Jenny Cawthon

What’s for dinner? – more with registered dietitian, Brianna Pilawski

I don’t know about you, but figuring out what to feed my family since the world turned upside down has been, to put it mildly, challenging. I am not used to bulk shopping or cooking. I have never put a ton of time into meal prepping. On top of all of that, half of what I need isn’t available at the grocery store. Thankfully, Brianna Pilawski, a registered dietitian, is here to help. She shares some of her favorite tips and tricks to get even the pickiest of eaters involved in the kitchen. She also shares the staples she is keeping on hand and some of her favorite go to recipes these days. Oh, and if you are interested in knowing what it takes to be a registered dietitian, we cover that too. Sample Dinner Ideas – Pulled Pork in the Insta Pot w Bagged Salad & Strawberries – Chicken n’ Rice – Cream of Mushroom Soup+ frozen Chicken, minute brown rice, broccoli & cheese – Whole wheat spaghetti, frozen meatballs, pasta sauce + frozen broccoli cooked in the bag – Fish On Monday Nights – Salmon – Fish Sticks+ brown rice, Green Beans & Raspberries – Taco Night is always a fav – ground beef – can be frozen, diced tomatoes (canned low sodium), hopefully lettuce, shredded cheese – Trade Joes – chicken stir fry w/ veggies, chicken meals – Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Links to recipes To find a registered dietitian nutritionist near you, use the Academy’s onlineFind an Expertservice. Mama Knows Nutrition – website Mama Knows Nutrition – Instagram Veggies and Virtue – website Veggies and Virtue – Instagram Sesame Street Cookbook Link Easy Fried Rice Recipe Susan found online that her family loves Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Transcript Coming Soon

53 minAPR 11
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What’s for dinner? – more with registered dietitian, Brianna Pilawski

Nutrition isn’t what it was two weeks ago, with registered dietitian – Brianna Pilawski

I don’t know about you, but figuring out what to feed my family since the world turned upside down has been, to put it mildly, challenging. I am not used to bulk shopping or cooking. I have never put a ton of time into meal prepping. On top of all of that, half of what I need isn’t available at the grocery store. Thankfully, Brianna Pilawski, a registered dietitian, is here to help. She shares some of her favorite tips and tricks to get even the pickiest of eaters involved in the kitchen. She also shares the staples she is keeping on hand and some of her favorite go to recipes these days. Oh, and if you are interested in knowing what it takes to be a registered dietitian, we cover that too. Sample Dinner Ideas – Pulled Pork in the Insta Pot w Bagged Salad & Strawberries – Chicken n’ Rice – Cream of Mushroom Soup+ frozen Chicken, minute brown rice, broccoli & cheese – Whole wheat spaghetti, frozen meatballs, pasta sauce + frozen broccoli cooked in the bag – Fish On Monday Nights – Salmon – Fish Sticks+ brown rice, Green Beans & Raspberries – Taco Night is always a fav – ground beef – can be frozen, diced tomatoes (canned low sodium), hopefully lettuce, shredded cheese – Trade Joes – chicken stir fry w/ veggies, chicken meals – Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Links to recipes To find a registered dietitian nutritionist near you, use the Academy’s onlineFind an Expertservice. Mama Knows Nutrition – website Mama Knows Nutrition – Instagram Veggies and Virtue – website Veggies and Virtue – Instagram Sesame Street Cookbook Link Easy Fried Rice Recipe Susan found online that her family loves Curried Chicken Salad – Ellie Krieger Transcript Coming Soon

44 minMAR 26
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Nutrition isn’t what it was two weeks ago, with registered dietitian – Brianna Pilawski

How She is Hanging in There, COVID-19 Edition

Learning how to navigate this new reality? Me too! In this episode I am sharing a few things that are working in our home (so far) and things that aren’t working at all. We are talking all things limited scheduling, making time for self care and giving heaps and heaps of grace to ourselves and those we love. Links: (Will be updated regularly – be sure to check back) Links for Kid Activities Cosmic Kids Yoga – YouTube (free) The Best Kids Crafts & Activities Facebook Group – open to the public. a quick scroll through and I am now following this group too. Lots of neat ideas to do with stuff you already have around the house. No need to special order. Links for Parents Managing Stress and Anxiety, COVID-19 (CDC Website Link) Talking with Kids about COVID-19 (CDC Website Link) Links for Arts and Entertainment Metropolitan Opera – Streaming (some free) Links for Education – Kids ABC Mouse (not free, but not expensive) Ms. Sydney’s Pre-School at Home (YouTube Channel Ages 3-6) Sch...

23 minMAR 19
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How She is Hanging in There, COVID-19 Edition

Racial Reconciliation Recap

Even though we are wrapping up our series on racial reconciliation, the conversation is not over. We will continue the conversation and do our best to include voices of those who have been marginalized. When I launched How She Got Here the intent was to create a platform for women to share their stories in order to encourage and empower others. We are doing that. We will continue to do that. We are doing our best to include the voices of all women. Links Be the Bridge The Cross and the Lynching Tree The Liturgists The 1619 Project 1619 Podcast think with Krys Boyd HER with Amena Brown Evolving Faith Transcript Coming Soon

19 minFEB 29
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Racial Reconciliation Recap

Racial Reconciliation: Judgment Free Questions and Conversations, with Catrina Berka

In this weeks episode in our series “How She is Doing the Work of Racial Reconciliation” Susan chats with her friend Catrina Berka. Susan and Catrina have both been involved with racial reconciliation work since 2017, though it was different incidents that brought them together at a Project Unity event. Want to be a fly on the wall while two white ladies sit around and chat about racial reconciliation and why you should care? Have some questions, but not sure how or who to ask? Looking for a few resources to help you understand? This conversation is for you. Links To Things Discussed Year of Unity – Project Unity Website We’re Different, We’re the Same – Sesame Street Kids Book Be the Bridge Latasha Morrison’s Book – Be the Bridge White Awake – Daniel Hill Pass the Mic – podcast Truth’s Table – podcast The Colored Commentary – podcast We Are Threaded – resource page Transcript Coming Soon

61 minFEB 13
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Racial Reconciliation: Judgment Free Questions and Conversations, with Catrina Berka

Racial Reconciliation – A Beginning

Our series this month is “How She is Doing the Work of Racial Reconciliation”. Susan recognizes that so often, as a white woman, she has left racial reconciliation to her sisters of color, not sure where she fit into the conversation and not asking where she fit either. For this series, Susan is going to be in conversation with white women about the role white women can and should play when it comes to racial reconciliation. Today, Susan is sharing her story of how and why she finally dove in. Where to find what we discussed today Be The Bridge Be The Bridge – Public Facebook Group Project Unity My e-mail: susan@howshegothere.com Transcript I am both excited and nervous about introducing this series to you. This series is entitled: “How She is Doing the Work of Racial Reconciliation”. In our first episode in this series I am going to share my story of how and why I got involved in this work. My goal for this series is twofold: if you are not involved in this work already, I would ask you to have an open mind and open heart and open ears. I know some of the things I say or my guests say will be hard to hear. You might feel guilt, shame, confusion, disbelief and more. All of this is normal and I have been there. I still read or hear things and my first reaction is “No way!” Just stay with me. If you have questions, concerns, would like resources or just to talk about it…you can reach out to me at: susan@howshegothere.com or dm me on FB or Instagram. If you are already involved in this work, please don’t hesitate to reach out. This work is not meant to be done alone. You can e-mail me at: susan@howshegothere.com or dm me on FB or Instagram. If you are a woman of color, you probably know I am a white woman. My goal with this series is to talk with other white women on what is ours to do with this work. Too often we have relied on you, our sisters of color, to do this work for us. This is my humble attempt to speak up about racial reconciliation and why white women need to be involved. If you can/want to listen. Awesome! I’m not going to get it all right. You are probably going to be frustrated with how I say or tackle things. If you want to reach out about any and or all of it. You can also reach me at my e-mail address: susan@howshegothere.com or dm me on FB or Insta. I am here to learn and listen. I have been officially involved in racial reconciliation work since 2017, but have been mulling over it since June 17, 2015. That was the day that a white supremacist walked into Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church (Also known as Mother Emanuel) had bible study with, prayed with and then murdered 9 people for no other reason than their skin was not white. There names are: Rev. Clementa PinckneyCynthia Marie Graham Hurd Susie Jackson Ethel Lee Lance DePayne Middleton-Doctor Tywanza SandersDaniel L Simmons Sharonda Coleman-SingletonMyra Thompson As you probably know, I am from South Carolina. I have lived in Dallas, TX for more than a decade, but will always be a South Carolinian. And while South Carolina has a very troubling past, not to mention that 40% of all those enslaved in the U.S. entered the country through the port of Charleston, I did not fully understand that past until I was a grown woman. I will always love South Carolina, even with its horrific past. Though it is HARD, I am finding it better to recognize the past, come to terms with it, and try to move through it. I grew up loving trips to Charleston and its surrounding islands, so much so that we spend a week on the coast with family every year. I know exactly where Mother Emanuel is located an...

11 minFEB 6
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Racial Reconciliation – A Beginning

Clarifying Your Path with, your host, Susan Long

In our final episode of the series “How She is Nailing the New Year” Susan reflects on the conversations with Rachael, Jessica and Lindsey. She then shares a few of the tools she uses that help her clarify and ultimately succeed in reaching her goals. Where to Find What We DiscussedEmily Ley Simplicity ChallengeThe Business Lounge – Prosperous New YearVision Board Examples on our InstagramShanterra McBride, founder of Marvelous University discusses purpose partnersConversation with Business Coach, Caytie LangfordTranscript

24 minJAN 29
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Clarifying Your Path with, your host, Susan Long

Finding an Organizing System That Works For You, with Lindsey Taylor

In our third episode of the series “How She is Nailing the New Year” Susan chats with organizational guru, Lindsey Taylor. Organizing comes easily for Lindsey, so much so she is seriously considering it as a side hustle. Today, she shares some of the tools she uses to keep things straight and encourages us to try a few of her tips out for ourselves.Where to find what Lindsey and I discussedContainer Store – Gift Wrap OrganizersContainer Store – OXO Pop ContainersContainer Store – Clear Plastic Shoe BoxesEmily Ley – 30 Day Simplicity ChallengeTranscript Susan: Okay, Lindsey Taylor. I am so excited to have you on my podcast. I think it was you who pointed out to me not that long ago, that this month January, we will have known each other five years because our children met when your oldest—gosh, you have two now—when your oldest was three weeks old or was it two weeks old? I never remember. Lindsey: She was three weeks to the day. Susan: Three weeks to the day. And Will, mine,...

36 minJAN 23
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Finding an Organizing System That Works For You, with Lindsey Taylor

Everything Is Not Important and Everything Is Not Urgent, with Jessica Weidman

In our second episode of the series “How She is Nailing the New Year” Susan chats with Jessica Weidman, Senior Manager of Development at the Texas Women’s Foundation. Jessica understands what it’s like to wear many different hats, both at work and at home. She shares some of the tools she uses to keep everything flowing smoothly and encourages us to evaluate if what we are doing is helping us achieve success. Where to find what Jessica and I discussedTexas Women’s FoundationYou Tube Videos on Time BlockingHalf Breed: Finding Unity in a Divided World by LeTesha Wheeler TranscriptionSusan:Jessica, I am so excited to have you on the podcast this week. I have known you for a little while at this point. And it is just so nice to be able to sit back and kind of continue through January talking with folks that I know, that I love, that are amazing women who are doing really fantastic and amazing things. So before I sit here and talk with you all about you just from my perspective, how...

37 minJAN 16
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Everything Is Not Important and Everything Is Not Urgent, with Jessica Weidman
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