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Work and Play with Nancy Ray

Apr 14, 2020

A lot of us have some extra free time that we don't know what to do with right now and we're losing help because we can't plan our summer. We're canceling everything that's been on our calendars and it's just a weird, weird time.

So, I’m inviting you to take on a project that will give you some purpose and hope, that you've been needing to do for years, I guarantee, during this weird season. The project is learning to organize and enjoy your personal photos. I'll teach you all about it. I'll lead you through it.

The game plan is to start on April 15th at 2:00 PM where I'm going to teach you in a free online class: How to Organize and Enjoy your Personal Photos.

Okay—to this week’s episode. My first thought when I started recording this episode about our evening routine was that this is going to be so boring. Who would want to listen to a random night in the Ray household? But I decided I'm going to power on through and share it anyway, and as I did, I realized, first of all, there may have been little things we've implemented through the years have been really helpful for us that might be helpful for you and, second of all, that I began to grow curious about other people's evening routines too. So maybe this will be interesting to you after all. So without further ado, I'm going to share with you what a typical evening in the Ray household looks like: the three small kids edition.

For the full transcript, head here!


Resources from this episode:


Work & Play Cornerstore

Time timer

Positive Parenting Solutions Course

Nancy’s coffee maker

Episode 031 - My #1 Parenting Tip

Episode 013 - Morning Routine

Free Download: Craft your own morning routine

Nancy Ray Book Club

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Day by Day

Quip toothbrush


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