After surveying our Facebook group, the consensus was ‘we want more productivity tips’!
Former snobby me would never have put that book out into the world. Non-snobby me has gone on to experience these further benefits from writing that first book …
The one where Brooke and I finally admit it’s time to put the show on a semi-permanent (because, never say never!) hiatus
2017 was a weird year for me; one where I can’t really remember who I was at the start, much less who I hoped to be at the end.
As 2017 draws to a close, Carly and I take the opportunity to reflect on the year – what went well and what went not so well!
Decluttering gives a sense of satisfaction and control – something that is very calming at crazy times.
A lifestyle detox is simply taking something out of your life for a bit – and seeing whether doing so makes your life better.
How do you keep going when your heart has been ripped in two? That’s what Carly and I chat about in this episode.
The next time you find yourself with a window of time that’s begging to be filled, say ‘Yes’ to something you want to do.
In this episode Carly and Kelly discuss Gretchen Rubin’s latest book – The Four Tendencies. All about how people respond to expectations.
Your writing doesn’t need to be legible. The words and sentences don’t even need to make sense or be grammatically correct.
In this episode Carly and I share our experiences with the 16:8 intermittent fast, along with the benefits of intermittent fasting in general.
The Christmas and New Year period can be a bit crazytown. In this episode Carly and I share our best tips for surviving and thriving at this time!
Kelly prefers to run from conflict, Carly is happy to tackle it head on. In this episode the girls offer tips for managing conflict effectively.
The first ever Straight and Curly book is here! Carly and I hope you enjoy our non-sensationalist approach to diet and our experiments with lifestyle detoxes
Paid work always trumps ‘work that is unpaid right now but might pay off someday’. So, I often spend my precious morning hours doing stuff for clients
A year after recording a three-part series on diet and food, Carly and I check in with each other to see if anything’s changed in our personal philosophies since then.
In every household there’s generally one person that keeps track of allllll the little things that keep the family – big or small – running smoothly.
Carly and Kelly tried single-tasking for a week and one of them failed spectacularly. Can you guess which one?!
Most ideas seem amazing in the moment, but when you give them a day or two to marinate, their flaws become apparent. This is true for everyone.
If you want to get ahead in any creative industry, chances are you’re going to have to work for free. Here’s how to figure out when it’s worthwhile.