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A great week starts before you ever get there. It starts on Sunday afternoon. A relaxed Sunday can set the tone for a better week. Join Hannah Riddle as she pulls ideas from rural France, Switzerland, Tuscany, Canada, and the Pacific Northwest exploring ways to create a calm and joyful atmosphere in your home.

A great week starts before you ever get there. It starts on Sunday afternoon. A relaxed Sunday can set the tone for a better week. Join Hannah Riddle as she pulls ideas from rural France, Switzerland, Tuscany, Canada, and the Pacific Northwest exploring ways to create a calm and joyful atmosphere in your home.
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A great week starts before you ever get there. It starts on Sunday afternoon. A relaxed Sunday can set the tone for a better week. Join Hannah Riddle as she pulls ideas from rural France, Switzerland, Tuscany, Canada, and the Pacific Northwest exploring ways to create a calm and joyful atmosphere in your home.

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Episodes

Episode 51: The Tuscan Way Meets the PNW, Part 1

10/23/2018
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In this episode, we’ll revisit the Tuscan way of life, dive deeper into how to welcome a slower pace, and you’ll hear why I like iced coffee drinks year round. Dave Ramsey resources The Wisdom of Tuscany

Duration:00:29:59

Episode 50: Fresh Flowers, Warm Baguettes, and a Parisian Waltz

10/16/2018
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In this episode, we’ll take a mental stroll down the streets of rural France, learn how to incorporate the power of scent in our daily lives, and discover ways to bring French charm into our world. 10 Wellness Tips from French Women - Mind Body Green Lifestyle The French Way: How to Create a Luxurious Everyday Life by Shannon Ables The Hidden Force of Fragrance by Psychology Today How to Live the French Lifestyle in the Middle of Nowhere by Tonya Leigh

Duration:00:22:00

Episode 49: Bringing in French Charm

10/9/2018
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In this episode, we’ll find out ways to add French charm to our lives and homes, hear about the highlights of growing up in the Alsace region and the difference between a true French éclair vs what we have here! Colmar and Eguisheim: France’s Real-Life Fairytale Villages Discover the Village of Eguisheim in Alsace

Duration:00:46:15

Episode 48: Coolest House on the Block

10/2/2018
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In this episode, we’ll make a case for knowing your neighbors, explore ways to make your home more inviting, and you’ll hear why I think you should temporarily boycott Pinterest before having a family over to your house (trust me!). An Introvert’s Guide to Having People Over by Myquillin Smith The End of Neighbors Why People Don’t Know Their Neighbors Anymore

Duration:00:25:45

Episode 47: Saying No to Say Yes

9/25/2018
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In this episode, we’ll find out why it’s good to check your motivation for saying yes, discover how too many activities actually affects our kids, and we’ll hear some more wisdom about living long from one of my favorite books. The Best Yes by Lysa TerKuerst Over scheduled children: How big a problem? by the NY Times Overscheduled Kids: How much of a good thing is too much? By Psychology Today, Marilyn Wedge Over scheduling kids may be detrimental to their development by CBS News

Duration:00:46:59

Episode 46: Wave Goodbye to Mom Guilt!

9/18/2018
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In this episode, we’ll talk about the pressure we face as mamas and how not to give into guilt, share fun summer highlights, and hear how new window sill paint can be a great source of joy (really!). The Four Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss Letter to Working Mothers: Stop Feeling So Guilty by Margie Warrell Top 7 Mommy Guilt Trips and How to Handle Them by Evonne Lack Why All of This Mom Guilt? By Jennifer S. White (article originally from Huffington Post but link now appears to be...

Duration:00:34:51

Episode 45: Back in the Saddle Again

9/11/2018
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In this episode, we’ll get excited for the new school year, figure out why the process of horse training has some wisdom for us mamas, and how the classic children’s book Brown Bear, Brown Bear… is bringing me great joy these days. Bringing a Horse Back into Work Childhood Stress Stress Symptoms Effects on Your Body and Behavior

Duration:00:24:53

Episode 44: The ABCs for Mamas, Part 2

9/4/2018
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In this episode, we’ll keep talking about how to easily remember to pray for our kids throughout the day, hear an incredible schedule tip from Joy’s mama, and hear why it may be wise to quit something on a Thursday. 5 Ways to Stay Focused in a World Full of Distractions by Harvey Deutschendorf Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin Trim Healthy Mama book Trim Healthy Mama podcast - Get in touch with Joy! Email: jnjdombrow@gmail.com.

Duration:00:47:24

Episode 44: The ABCs for Mamas, Part 2

9/4/2018
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In this episode, we’ll keep talking about how to easily remember to pray for our kids throughout the day, hear an incredible schedule tip from Joy’s mama, and hear why it may be wise to quit something on a Thursday. 5 Ways to Stay Focused in a World Full of Distractions by Harvey Deutschendorf Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin Trim Healthy Mama book Trim Healthy Mama podcast - Get in touch with Joy! Email: jnjdombrow@gmail.com

Episode 44: The ABCs for Mamas, Part 2

9/4/2018
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In this episode, we’ll keep talking about how to easily remember to pray for our kids throughout the day, hear an incredible schedule tip from Joy’s mama, and find out why it may be wise to quit something on a Thursday. 5 Ways to Stay Focused in a World Full of Distractions by Harvey Deutschendorf Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin Trim Healthy Mama book Trim Healthy Mama podcast - Get in touch with Joy! Email: jnjdombrow@gmail.com

Duration:00:00:01

Episode 43: The ABCs for Mamas, Part 1

8/28/2018
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In this episode, we’ll chat about the essentials for mamas (much like our own school supply list), explore why we should create a quiet ‘mom corner,’ and you’ll hear how my lightbulb moment around doing the dishes created more peace with my kids. Get in touch with Joy! Email: jnjdombrow@gmail.com

Duration:00:31:31

Episode 42: Go Outside: O Canada Edition

8/21/2018
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In this episode, we’ll chat about all things Canadian, including my recent camping adventure with my cousins, and you’ll find out my favorite Canadian treats, including the random (but delicious) dill pickle chips. The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss 5 Things That Make Canada a Very Different Place to Work Than the U.S. Blue Zones: Lessons For Living Longer From the People Who Have Lived the Longest by Dan Buettner - Listeners: Have you left a rating yet? On Apple podcasts, tap...

Episode 41: Go Outside: The Case for Saturday Adventures

8/14/2018
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In this episode, we’ll dive deeper into what it looks like to go on Saturday adventures as a family, and how to go about planning them hear a million reasons why we all thrive outside including a surprising benefit to our sleep, and you’ll hear my friend’s genius idea for a birthday party gift. Green Hour idea Kids Don’t Spend Nearly Enough Time Outside and Here’s How and Why to Change That by The Washington Post Physical Social Emotional Intellectual Benefits of Outdoor Recreation by...

Duration:00:24:26

Episode 40: Go Outside: Birdsong, Butterflies, and Bumblebees, Part 2

8/7/2018
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In this episode, we’ll keep chatting about the benefits and reasons to get our families outside, how not to micromanage our kids once we are outside, and you’ll hear why we love a new way to grill for dinner. Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv

Duration:00:31:28

Episode 39: Go Outside: Birdsong, Butterflies, and Bumblebees

7/31/2018
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In this episode, we’ll talk about our mutual love for the mountains, how time outdoors can build confidence in our kids, and explore how to avoid extremes when it comes to letting our kids play outside. Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv

Duration:00:30:57

Episode 38: Go Outside: Nature as Therapy

7/24/2018
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In this episode, we’ll reminisce about my childhood fishing excursions, find out how time in nature can help heal our minds and hearts, and we’ll make a case for using your front and back porch, no matter how big or small. Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv

Duration:00:22:44

Episode 37: Living Proactively

7/17/2018
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In this episode, we’ll distinguish between being a reactive vs proactive mama, discover what to do with all kinds of challenging people or situations, and we’ll laugh at my French baking mishap. Kendra Adachi from The Lazy Genius podcast

Duration:00:27:43

Episode 36: Defining and Refining

7/10/2018
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In this episode, we’ll see how there is purpose in our pain and suffering, learn how the most crushing blows in life can produce gold in us, and you’ll hear about a recent Sunday drive that our family took. How Gold Works: Extracting Gold by William Harris How Gold Works: Refining Gold by William Harris How to Take the Impurities Out of Gold by Robert Paxton

Duration:00:19:41

Episode 36: Defining and Refining

7/9/2018
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In this episode, we’ll see how there is purpose in our pain and suffering, learn how the most crushing blows in life can produce gold in us, and you’ll hear about a recent Sunday drive that our family took. How Gold Works: Extracting Gold by William Harris How Gold Works: Refining Gold by William Harris How to Take the Impurities Out of Gold by Robert Paxton

Duration:00:19:41

Episode 35: Letting Go of Perfection

7/3/2018
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In this episode, we’ll tackle the debilitating thought patterns of perfectionism, distinguish between the desire to excel and the desire to be perfect, and you’ll hear why the number 5,127 was life-changing for a famous inventor. 9 Signs That You Might Be a Perfectionist 11 Signs You Are a Perfectionist 29 Famous People Who Failed Miserably Before They Succeeded The Dark Side of Perfectionism Revealed The Many Faces of Perfectionism Perfectionism is Increasing and That’s Not Good News