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24 Podcast Episodes

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Planning a Full and Thoughtful Life with Dr. Christine Koh EP 84

Best Laid Plans

In this fun conversational episode, Sarah joins Dr. Christine Koh -- former professor, podcaster, author, and self-proclaimed internet unicorn -- to chat abut all things planning and planning-adjacent!Christine shares her favorite planning techniques, her gentle way of goal-setting, and tips for family calendar management. Her approach to planning is thoughtful and kind, just like she is!Find Christine online at https://www.christinekoh.com, on Instagram @drchristinekoh, and on the podcast Edit Your Life, available on all podcast platforms! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

28mins

7 Mar 2022

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TPP 281: Dr. Christine Koh Talks About Vulnerability, Overwhelm, and Mental and Emotional Well-Being

TILT Parenting: Raising Differently Wired Kids

Music and brain scientist turned multimedia creative Dr. Christine Koh talks about ways we as parents can intentionally tend to our own mental and emotional well-being during challenging times.For more info, visit: https://www.tiltparenting.com/session281Support the show

42mins

15 Feb 2022

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How Planners Plan: Voices 68 With Christine Koh & Sarah Hart-Unger

The Mom Hour

Digital task mastery, pen and paper planning, and keeping the family organized: no two moms do this exactly alike - even those of us who love to plan and organize! In our first interview episode of 2022, Sarah Powers sits down with fellow planner people Christine Koh and Sarah Hart-Unger to discuss our favorite digital resources, pen-and-paper tools, and methods of staying organized at work, home, and school. We get into the nitty gritty of color coded everything, what works and what doesn't for our personalities, and how we use planning tools to avoid over-scheduling and leave white space for joy and (gasp!) even spontaneity.

1hr 2mins

7 Jan 2022

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Dr. Christine Koh and Minimalist Parenting: How to be Okay Doing Less

Work Like a Mother

When Dr. Christine Koh wrote her minimalist parenting book 8 years ago, little did she know how relevant it would be for all of us today. The pandemic didn’t give us a choice- it forced us all to slow down, look inward and do less. Now, many parents and families are starting to resurface after an incredibly trying and challenging year and are trying to navigate how to find the new normal. Dr. Koh’s advice is more relevant now than ever- optimize your time and your life so you’re not feeling so bound to the details and so you can actually live and enjoy the time with your family. Find your level of chaos and crazy and just take it down a notch. 

33mins

15 Jun 2021

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How to Talk to Kids about Asian-American Violence & Racism with Dr. Christine Koh

How to Talk to Kids About Anything

Dr. Christine Koh - This podcast focuses on how to talk to kids about the uptick in Asian-American violence over the last year, culminating in the Atlanta shooting on March 16, 2021 in which 8 died, including 6 women of Asian descent. Dr. Robyn Silverman and Christine Koh discuss the source of this racism as well as how our kids can be allies and activists in today’s world. They also discuss conversations starters, ways to support those who are being discriminated against, and what to do when we see racism in action. How white people, including white parents, white teachers and white peers can support Asian and Asian-American children is also discussed. The post How to Talk to Kids about Asian-American Violence & Racism with Dr. Christine Koh appeared first on drrobynsilverman.com.

51mins

23 Mar 2021

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How to Talk to Kids about Asian-American Violence & Racism with Dr. Christine Koh

How To Talk To Kids About Anything

Dr. Christine Koh - This podcast focuses on how to talk to kids about the uptick in Asian-American violence over the last year, culminating in the Atlanta shooting on March 16, 2021 in which 8 died, including 6 women of Asian descent. Dr. Robyn Silverman and Christine Koh discuss the source of this racism as well as how our kids can be allies and activists in today’s world. They also discuss conversations starters, ways to support those who are being discriminated against, and what to do when we see racism in action. How white people, including white parents, white teachers and white peers can support Asian and Asian-American children is also discussed. The post How to Talk to Kids about Asian-American Violence & Racism with Dr. Christine Koh appeared first on drrobynsilverman.com.

51mins

23 Mar 2021

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Editing your life with Dr. Christine Koh. Ep 188

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

In this episode, Sarah and Laura open by discussing their own podcast listening habits, from playback speed to queue management. Then, Laura interviews Dr. Christine Koh from the lovely podcast Edit Your Life! They chat about minimalism, and if that works for people with varied interests, how to manage your space during a pandemic, and the importance of restorative care. Finally, Sarah and Laura answer a question from perhaps a budding podcaster: how far in advance do they plan their episodes? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

42mins

9 Mar 2021

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Why we need to reframe how we view self-care, with Dr. Christine Koh | Episode 224

Spawned Parenting Podcast with Kristen and Liz of CoolMomPicks

We've talked a lot about self-care over the years, but nothing as deeply honest as we do in this week's episode with our friend, author and podcaster Dr. Christine Koh. She's been sharing her own journey of radical self care on her Instagram feed, so we wanted to tap her to share what she's discovered along the way, and how we can reframe our own view of self-care to get us through tough times. You can find our cool picks of the week, along with links from our show over at Cool Mom Picks. Make sure you're following us on social media: Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

36mins

29 Jan 2021

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Fresh Take: Dr. Christine Koh On Building a Family After Adverse Childhood Experiences

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

Dr. Christine Koh, in her own words, is a "music and brain scientist turned multimedia creative." Christine creates content to help people live better, happier, and with elevated purpose and intention, including the Edit Your Life podcast. She's also someone who grew up with adverse childhood experiences, and has experience in building a family when our family of origin was not the kind of family we want.In this episode we discuss the measurable physiological detriments of toxic stress; the importance of safe, stable, nurturing environments; and most importantly, that it is possible for significant challenges of early adversity to be met once they are no longer cloaked in shame. As Vincent Felitti, co-founder of the ACE Study, explains: “When we make it okay to talk about what happened, it removes the power that secrecy so often has.”Here are links to some of the writing on the topic that we discuss in this episode:Christine Koh: The Adults Who Saved Me And What You Need To Know About ACEsDonna Jackson Nakazawa for Psychology Today: 8 Ways People Recover From Post Childhood Adversity SyndromeDr. Nerissa Bauer for healthychildren.org: ACEs- Adverse Childhood ExperiencesNPR.org: Take the ACE Quiz- And Learn What It Does And Doesn't MeanCDC.gov: Adverse Childhood Experiencesand follow Christine and her work at christinekoh.com* Leave us a rating or review in your favorite podcast app! *Join us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, TikTok @whatfreshhellcaston Twitter @WFHpodcastquestions and feedback: info@whatfreshhellpodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

40mins

29 Jan 2021

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Ep 83: Best Books Lately with Christine Koh

10 Things To Tell You

This episode is for anyone looking for their next great book to read. It’s time for another episode about the best books we’ve read lately! This time I'm joined by Christine Koh, an author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, designer, and scientist. Yes, Dr. Christine Koh is all of those things, and on this episode she is sharing books that speak to the Asian American experience AND her newfound love of the romance genre. I'm sharing two books about cults, what I'm reading before I fall asleep at night, and the novel that took me totally by surprise.  So there is a LOT packed into this conversation. Full show notes here. Follow Christine on IG Listen to her podcasts Edit Your Life and Hello Relationships Follow Laura on IG SPONSORED BY: BetterHelp. Go to BetterHelp.com/YOU for 10% off your first month.  Native Deodorant. Go to NativeDeo.com/YOU or use promo code YOU for 20% off your first order. * Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on IG Follow @10ThingsToTellYou on FB Sign up for episode emails Join the 10 Things To Tell You Connection Group

1hr 24mins

22 Sep 2020

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