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Part systems expert, part permission giver, Kendra Adachi, The Lazy Genius, is here to help you be a genius about the things that matter and lazy about the things that don't.
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Part systems expert, part permission giver, Kendra Adachi, The Lazy Genius, is here to help you be a genius about the things that matter and lazy about the things that don't.
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    #269 - How to be a Tourist in Your Hometown

    #269 - How to be a Tourist in Your Hometown

    It’s summer, we’re traveling, and faraway places seem lovely. But so can home! Today, let’s Lazy Genius how to visit where you live like you’ve never been there before.

    Helpful Companion LinksCourtney Cleveland from All the Best Days // use code LAZY to get $10 off her travel guidesYou can find her on Instagram @bestdaycourtHere’s an episode from 2020 with Courtney where we talk about staycationsEpisode #177: The Lazy Genius Plans a DayHere’s my guide to GreensboroDownload a transcript of this episode.

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    Bonus: The Lazy Sisters' Season Passes

    Bonus: The Lazy Sisters' Season Passes

    Sometimes we need a break from things like homework and time management and how to get dinner on the table. And right now is a perfect time for a break. Enjoy this bonus Lazy Sisters episode featuring my sister Hannah. We talk about our Season Passes, the things that require no consideration — we automatically love them.

    Helpful Companion LinksMy beloved Eufy robot vacuum cleanerSilk pillowcasePeople We Meet On Vacation, Beach Read, and Book LoversVans ShoesSupergoopSherry from Young House LoveAerie Swimsuits

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    #268 - 10 Summer Reading Ideas for Your Kids

    #268 - 10 Summer Reading Ideas for Your Kids

    Last week, we talked about finding your own summer reading rhythm as a grownup, whether you’re home in the summer or just existing like the rest of the year, and today, I want to talk about some specifics for kids if you have those. 

    Helpful Companion LinksLast week’s episode: Find Your Summer Reading RhythmRead Aloud Revival’s reluctant reader listBook log coloring page from Everyday ReadingHere Wee Read themed book listsAnne Bogel’s Kids’ Reading Journal (out Aug. 2!)Currently Reading podcastDownload a transcript of this episode.

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    #267 - Find Your Summer Reading Rhythm

    #267 - Find Your Summer Reading Rhythm

    My goal is that you listen to these next twenty minutes or so and you leave with the following pieces of information: what matters most to you about your reading over the next two or three months, an idea of how to find things to read that make sense for you, and a simple - I mean, ridiculously simple - summer reading rhythm. This is not me telling you what I do, expecting you to take the same approach.

    Helpful Companion LinksAnne Bogel’s podcast What Should I Read Next?Episode 213: Create a Summer Reading ClubMy two books The Lazy Genius Way and The Lazy Genius KitchenDownload a transcript of this episode.
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    • 29 мин.
    #266 - How to Lazy Genius a Summer at the Pool

    #266 - How to Lazy Genius a Summer at the Pool

    First, there’s a different strategy when you’re visiting the pool once or twice versus going to the pool again and again. If you’re going as a guest, you pack your bag with towels and snacks and whatever you or your kids need for the day, you go, you have fun, and you come home. One-off experiences are generally a little more forgiving. It’s the repeated ones that can be a bit frustrating.
    This episode is going to be focused on spending multiple days a week or basically spending the summer at the pool. There will be some great tips for people who only go once or twice or maybe go to the beach or just summer outings in general, but the focus here is going to the pool again and again.

    Helpful Companion LinksEpisode 209: How to Keep Your Surfaces ClearEpisode 210: How to Lazy Genius Kids’ Screen TimeEpisode 211: How to Plan a Summer DayEpisode 212: A Guide to Summer House RulesEpisode 213: Create a Summer Reading ClubMy pool bagOur pool towelsThe Summer DocketDownload a transcript of this episode.

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    • 28 мин.
    #265 - How to Come Home from Vacation

    #265 - How to Come Home from Vacation

    I am very excited about this episode, you guys. I think there are so many opportunities to just Lazy Genius the mess out of coming home from vacation, so we’re going to do what we often do which is have a nice little mix of practicality and permission. 

    Helpful Companion LinksCheck out The Lazy Genius Way and The Lazy Genius Kitchen Here’s where I break the principles down into three categoriesThe Summer DocketDownload a transcript of this episode

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    • 27 мин.

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