Get the show notes for all your favorite episodes!

Welcome to the episode library!

Search the Show Notes

Hey Anna! I'm looking for an episode about...

Hey Anna! I'm looking for an episode about...

Scroll to browse the Full Shownotes Library

Reading Time: 5 minutes It’s official — It’s About Time is 150 episodes old! It’s time for me to chat with you all about the lessons I’ve learned over the last 150 episodes. Whether you’re a business-owning mom, a working parent, or just a downright busy human, these lessons in time management will help you find more balance, productivity, AND ease in life. Thanks for being here! Here’s to another 150 episodes with y’all!

Lessons Learned In 150 Episodes

Lessons Learned from 150 Podcast Episodes

time management

Reading Time: 6 minutes Some people are just so… fashionable, aren’t they? I’ve always envied people who look put-together and always seem have the cutest clothes. Turns out feeling good in your clothes doesn’t have to take a lot of time or money. If you’ve ever been curious about how to save time in your closet with a capsule wardrobe, press play on episode 150 of It’s About Time featuring Jenny Eversole, Founder of StyleSpace

Feeling Confident In Your Personal Style With Jenny Eversole

Find Confidence with Style with Jenny Eversole

interview

Reading Time: 5 minutes We all have goals we want to achieve. But what happens when we’re working towards those goals and it feels like we’re working really hard to get… nowhere? If you feel like you’re stuck in hyper-productivity mode without ever making much progress, Shanna Hocking has some tips! In her new book, One Bold Move A Day, Shanna discusses her philosophy to make big goals a reality by taking small daily steps. Listen to this episode to learn how she does it!

Make One Bold Move A Day With Shanna Hocking

How to make one bold move a day with Shanna Hocking

interview

Reading Time: 6 minutes Do you catch yourself playing the “How much can I get done in the next 2 hours?” game?

Yep, we’ve all been there. If you’re busy, sometimes you have to do a lot in a little bit of time. But honestly, that intense level of productivity can eventually lead to burnout. This episode guest, Brittany Dixon, is no stranger to burnt-out entrepreneurs.

In her consulting business, she expertly guides business owners and service providers to set up systems to take care of their productivity without taking over their life. Listen to this episode to learn how she does it!

The 3 Ps of Productivity With Brittany Dixon

Beat Burnout with the 3 P's featuring Brittany Dixon

interview

Reading Time: 6 minutes Whether we like numbers or not, all business owners have to work with them on some level! On today’s episode of the podcast, I’m talking with Madison Brown, an accounting expert and time management superstar, as she walks us through her favorite ways to take the overwhelm out of dealing with your numbers.

Feeling Financially Confident in Your Business with Madison Brown

Gain Financial Confidence with Madison Brown

interview

Reading Time: 6 minutes Life can be pretty chaotic — especially with kids. How can we control the chaos and give ourselves the calmest life possible? Heather Greco, the Chaos Coordinator, has the best system for reducing overwhelm while still managing to get everything done in your busy life.

The Chaos Control System: Dealing With Overwhelm With Heather Greco

How to Control the Chaos

interview

Reading Time: 5 minutes A new planner would help you stay on track, right? …. Statistically speaking, no. Planners aren’t the solution to your bursting calendar or your overflowing inbox. Instead, your planner might be CAUSING more issues. What should you do if a planner isn’t helping? I have a few ideas, so tune into this episode to find out.

Why Your Planner Is Not Working

Is your planner working for you?

habits

Reading Time: 7 minutes Do you find yourself running late to… everything? Guess what! Tardiness isn’t actually something people do out of laziness. In fact, most of it can be chalked up to personality traits that can be learned and unlearned! When you figure out how to manage your time well, you can be on time or early to almost everything. In this episode, I’m breaking down my framework for creating a time management plan that ensures you don’t run late — at least not as much.

How to Be Consistently on Time

Stop Being Late: How to Be On Time

time management

Reading Time: 4 minutes Nothing about life is set it and forget it. Neither is time management. Whether it’s a routine, a task management tool, or your trusty to-do list, time management isn’t a Crockpot. Our lives change and evolve, and our methods should, too. But how do we know when the time is right to pull the plug on our old routine or time management strategies so we can craft a new one? Tune into this week’s episode to find out.

When Is a Time Management System No Longer Serving You?

Is your time management system working?

routines

Reading Time: 4 minutes Remember when you were a kid and you were so excited for the day you could go to bed whenever you want? Well, it turns out that’s not the best thing for us. As adults, we need 8-9 hours of sleep every night, but most of us aren’t getting that. On this week’s podcast episode, I’m chatting with sleep expert Becca Campbell as she walks us through her killer framework for better sleep, so we can be more joyful, productive humans.

The Key to More Productivity & Joy: How to Get Better Sleep with Becca Campbell

A Better Night's Sleep with Becca Campbell

interview