Can you identify the author of this quote?
"Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity! I say, let your affairs be as two or three, and not a hundred or a thousand ... Simplify, simplify."
Maybe this photo will help:
If some of us lived by his words, perhaps our lives would be more fun and less stressful.
Does all of this seem (as my daughter would say) off topic (from the usual topics found on this blog and on our podcast)? Well, tune in today to find out how it applies...trust us...it will.
The hosts started out a bit slowly on this episode, but eventually ended up being silly enough to sing a song from American Idol. You've got to hear it to believe it. Download the show now from BlogTalkRadio or listen by clicking on the "play" symbol in the blue button on the right.
Here's one of the books that the hosts mentioned on the show. We think it will help you by providing great parenting tips and words of encouragement:
The "Saturday Box" concept the hosts told you about is not in that book, so you'll have to listen to the show for its explanation.
Another series of books that will help you understand the phases and stages your children experience is written by Louise Bates Ames, Ph.D. Here's the example the hosts mentioned in the show:
Finally, the Chicken Soup story book was this one:
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