Feel overwhelmed? Exhausted? Stressed?
Never fear, Kat is here. (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself.)
Seriously, though, my guest today brings the goods. Crystal Paine is a wife, author of several books, mother of three and the founder of MoneySavingMom.com, a blog that has over 1.5 million visitors every single month.
Crystal knows busy, she knows overwhelm and exhaustion. Fortunately, she also knows how to crawl out from those burdens and she shares her story and lots o’ wisdom in today’s episode.
Grab your headphones and join us for a chat and keep reading to learn more!
How to Create Margin
Crystal challenges us to say no to mediocre things so that we can say yes to the best. Creating boundaries is a core element of escaping survival mode. I was so encouraged by her journey to learning to say no and set healthy boundaries, because the truth is that the world won’t fall apart if we say no.
Tweet to Inspire: “In order to say YES to the best, you have to say NO to the mediocre.” – Crystal Paine
How to Reach Your Goals
One of Crystal’s key tips for setting and reaching goals is to only set a few and break them down into bite sized tasks. You can always add more goals if you meet them all, but looking at a large list can be paralyzing.
You’ll Also Learn About
- How a “best stuff” list will help you create margin.
- The importance of self care.
- How knowing your drainers and fillers will energize you.
- Don’t miss her ‘mom pep talk” at the end of the episode!
1. Get Crystal’s book here – Say Goodbye To Survival Mode
How will you set boundaries today? What is on your “best stuff” list? Click here to share in the comments!
How to Listen to This Podcast
If you’re new to podcasts, think of them like little radio shows that you can listen to at your convenience. They are perfect to listen to and learn from as you workout, fold laundry, wash dishes or conquer the world.
1. Listen right here on the blog. Click through to the site and click the little play button at the beginning of this post.
2. Listen on your smartphone, iPad or iPod Touch – There are a lot of great podcasting apps. Apple has a free one in the app store, but I like one called Downcast. It allows me to search for shows, subscribe to them and even speed up the audio.
You can also listen via a free app (IOS and Android) called Stitcher.
3. Subscribe to the Podcast – just click here to access the podcast in iTunes. You can also search for it on your smartphone app (like the ones listed above) and subscribe.