Nerve wracking, yes. Uncomfortable, for sure. But could annual check ins also be really, really useful?
This episode is brought to you by the all new, totally redesigned Hyundai Tucson. Can an SUV be your escape vehicle? You have no idea. The 2016 Tucson, the official pace car of living.
Fall baking...outside of the "pumpkin spice" epidemic, with special guest Samantha Seneviratne. Her new book is called The New Sugar and Spice.
This episode is sponsored by the all-new, totally redesigned Hyundai Tucson. Can an SUV be your escape vehicle? You have no idea. The 2016 Tucson. The official pace car of living.
Sam talks to Bucky Keady, VP Talent at Time Inc and Maxie McCoy of Levo League to find out whether or not you really need to stay at a job for an entire year.
How do we deal with people who won't. stop. nagging?
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Lori talks to Katherine Woodward Thomas, licensed marriage and family therapist and author of Conscious Uncoupling: 5 Steps to Living Happily Even After, about making the decision to leave—and doing so in a whole new way.
How do you know when it’s time to leave your job—and what you’re supposed to do next? Sam talks to Tess Vigeland to find out what happened when she decided to leave her 11-year career.
Has Halloween decorating gotten totally out of hand?
Longterm relationships take hard work, flexibility, and a lot of communication. And while a professional therapist can help you sort out major problems, some experts claim that a lot of everyday irritations can, and maybe should, be tackled by couples themselves.
This week Sarah H. and Sarah K. are talking tacos. The perfect dinner - super-delicious, and interesting. Plus, they can be adapted for all types of palates, and all types of picky eaters. They'll tell you how.
Sam speaks to Professor Margaret Neale at Stanford University about how to negotiate a raise.
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Some people don't like being hugged (especially boys 9-20 years old). And some people just hug too much. We discuss.
Lori recently made the decision to allow her eleven year old to have a smart phone, which has her thinking about kids, family and screen time. To dig into this topic, Lori speaks to Catherine Steiner-Adair author "The Big Disconnect," and Janell Burley Hofmann author of "iRules."
Salads are really good for you, we all know that. But salads can also be boring and sad (sad desk salads, anyone?). Sarah H. and Sarah K. tell you how to make exciting, succulent, un-boring salads that you'll be excited to eat.
Sam speaks to her best friend Carly about a major career decision she made (very quickly!)
It's an etiquette problem, it's a safety problem, and as a mother, it's a sleep losing problem.
We are back after an unexpected pneumonia outbreak! Sarah K. is feeling better, don't worry. So this week we are talking pasta. It's the solution to most of life's curve balls.
Lori speaks with Rachel Hills, author of the new book "The Sex Myth: The Gap between Our Fantasies and Reality."
How to deal with the flakey people in your life with goodwill and grace.
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Lori speaks Tara Fields, author of "The Love Fix."
How to deal with narcissists with goodwill and grace.
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How do we balance taking care of our children, with making sure they can take care of themselves?
Summer's ending and going back to school is almost never fun. But here are some tips to make sure it's still delicious.
Sam talks to Veronica Belmont, who has created a crazy, cool freelance career simply by following her passions.
TMI?!? Don't know how to handle it? We discuss.