What Sets You Apart Makes You a Part
In our season finale, Eve and Aditi bring all of the lessons and discussions of this season full circle to discuss what it means to live an “active legacy” – how we spend this one precious life we have to live, why we choose to spend our time the way we do and how it shapes the way people remember us. They are joined by Nora McInerny, author of It’s OK to Laugh and No Happy Ending and creator of the podcast Terrible, Thanks for Asking. Nora, who writes and speaks about grief, brings her perspective on legacy through her experience of losing her husband and what it taught her about empathy, time and the importance of living authentically in every moment. To learn more about Nora, visit www.noraborealis.com
You’re Shoulding All Over Yourself (Don’t Let Fear Get the Best of You)
What scares you about pursuing your dreams? And what’s waiting on the ‘other side’ of your fear? Whether it’s the classic fear of failure, or of climbing your own personal Mount Everest, Eve and Aditi share strategies for combating the perfectionist self-talk that often gets in our way. They are joined by Dr. Brad Johnson and Dr. David Smith, co-authors of ‘Good Guys: How Men Can Be Better Allies for Women in the Workplace’, on how to take risks and change our personal narrative.
Why Not Me?
What’s the secret to getting unstuck and moving forward? This week, Eve and Aditi discuss the importance of taking small steps to reach your BIG, hairy, audacious, authentic goals. They are joined by VP of Fitness Programming and Head Instructor at Peloton, Robin Arzón, who shares her process for moving the needle toward the person you want to be and celebrating the small victories along the way. To learn more about Robin, visit www.robinarzon.com.
The Pursuit of Curiosity
What is the 'sweet spot' between happiness and meaning? Eve and Aditi take you on a journey to find it, and it starts with following your curiosity. They are joined by creator, designer and Jungalow founder, Justina Blakeney, who shares her ingredients for a sweet life and how to commit to curiosity every day. To learn more about Justina, visit www.justinablakeney.com.
Don't Sh*t Where You Eat
Do you feel like the blurred demands of work and homelife are piling up and you cannot disconnect from all you have to do? This week, Eve and Aditi demystify multi-tasking (it’s ineffective and detrimental to the brain!). They’re joined by clinical psychologist, Dr. Amber Thornton, to help you set clear boundaries and create more physical and mental space for you. To learn more about Amber, visit www.balancedworkingmama.com.
Permission to Burn Guilt & Shame
Do you feel guilty every time you step away from your duties as a partner, a parent, or professional to take some personal time? This week, Eve and Aditi explain where this guilt comes from and why it is so important for everyone to take time to refill their cup. They are joined by Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, therapist and best-selling author of Mommy Burnout, to discuss the different between guilt and shame and how you can practice self-talk to rewrite the guilty narrative that runs through your head. To learn more about Sheryl, visit www.drsherylziegler.com.
Permission to be Unavailable
Do you give yourself ‘permission to be unavailable’? This week, Eve and Aditi unravel why claiming uninterrupted ‘me’ time apart from our roles at work and in the home is so difficult, especially for women. They are joined by leadership and business strategist, Greg McKeown, to discuss the practice of saying and doing ‘no’ by setting clear boundaries and exploring what is most essential in our lives. To learn more about Greg, visit www.gregmckeown.com.
I Dump Wet Clothes on My Partner's Pillow
What’s your communication style? Don’t know? This week, Eve and Aditi discuss why communication is key to lowering high stakes conflict in the home. They are joined by Executive coach and author, Daniel Stillman who discusses how to design conversations about domestic life with play, purpose and potential. To learn more about Daniel, visit www.danielstillman.com.
The Life-Changing Magic of Mustard
What would happen if you treated your home as your most important organization? This week, Eve and Aditi explore how an ownership mindset is the secret to equity, efficiency and believe it or not, more harmony in the home. From dishes to garbage to managing your kids’ activities, Eve and Aditi discuss how to share household responsibilities without resentment or doubling up on efforts—and they hear from a man who claims the ‘system’ forever changed his perception of the mental load.
Creativity is Not Optional
This week, Eve and Aditi begin to explain how to find your 'Unicorn Space’ —uninterrupted, sustained attention for the things we love—and why making time for it is not a luxury, but essential to our physical, mental, and emotional health in disruptive times. They are joined by creativity strategist and author, Natalie Nixon. To learn more about Natalie, visit www.figure8thinking.com.
My Time Doesn't Matter
Have you ever thought to yourself "my time is never enough because everything is on me”? This week, Eve and Aditi continue to unravel the messages women tell themselves that undermine and devalue their time. They are joined by time and gender roles researcher and bestselling author, Brigid Schulte, as they discuss why men and women inherently view time differently. To learn more about Brigid, visit www.brigidschulte.com
In the first episode of Time Out, Eve and Aditi begin to unpack why it's so difficult for women to value and guard their own time, rather than to give it all away to others—and how the presenting problem (forgetting to put blueberries on a grocery list) is rarely the actual problem (a lack of mutual respect and trust between partners). Eve and Aditi share the tiny betrayals that kickstarted their Fair Play journeys. They are joined by relationship coach Matthew Fray, who went viral for his article "She Divorced Me Because I Left Dishes By The Sink" and shares his ‘in hindsight’ advice for getting it right. To learn more about Matthew, visit mustbethistalltoride.com.
Introducing Time Out: A Fair Play Podcast
Your time is as valuable as diamonds, so invest some in yourself! Host and best-selling author, Eve Rodsky, along with physician Dr. Aditi Nerurkar invite you to reimagine your time as your most valuable currency. Combining science-based solutions, humor, personal insights, and practical tips, each episode features a special guest and focuses on a range of subjects from important boundary setting to beating burnout at home and at work, and how to infuse our lives with more creativity, connectivity, and fun. We hope you’ll join us for a well-deserved ‘Time Out’.