this family life episode 30: on strategies to make it through the festive season with your sanity

This is the last episode for the year and then the this family life podcast is going to take a break. I have very much loved doing the podcast, but I need to see how the time needed to put the podcast together will fit into my work schedule for next year.

Thanks so very much to everyone who listens to the podcast, I have adored chatting with other mums and sharing their wisdom on organising the chaos of family life.

In this episode to finish off the season, I share some strategies I use to cope with life when it becomes full and at times a little overwhelming. The aim of these strategies is to get us to Christmas Day with our sanity and ready to enjoy the day!

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Listening to podcasts

If you have never listened to a podcast, don’t worry it is simple and there are a number of ways you can do it. I wrote a detailed post with screen shots that you can find here – How to listen to podcasts, or you can follow the brief instructions below:

  • on iPhone/iPad/iPod – it automatically has the Podcast app downloaded on the iOS devices. Look for it on your device, open it up and search for this family life. Once you have found it click subscribe and from that point on all new episodes of the podcast will be automatically updated for you.
  • on Android – there are a number of apps you can install to listen to podcasts on your Android phone. Podcast and Radio Addict is free and will keep you updated once subscribed.
  • on computer – you can find the podcast here on iTunes and listen directly on your computer.
  • the player below! – you can always hit play on the player below and listen directly.

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