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[MOVED] Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin is HAPPIER, and she wants you to be happier too. The #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before gets more personal than ever as she brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast. Gretchen’s cohost and guinea pig is her younger sister, Elizabeth Craft, a TV writer and producer living in Los Angeles, who (lovingly) refers to Gretchen as her happiness bully. To learn more, visit GretchenRubin.com. Part of the Panoply Network.
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Mar 2, 2016

Happy Anniversary to us! Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are now one year happier, and we couldn't have done it without you. Let's look at how you, our listeners, have changed over the past year. And, we'll share some of the post popular Try This At Home's and favorite moments from the first year of the podcast. Gretchen's demerit this week is about fading away from a fun project. Liz's gold star goes to her son's grandparents.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier and enter promo code HAPPIER for 25% off your first window treatment purchase.

This episode was also sponsored by Boll and Branch. Go to bollandbranch.com today for 20% off your entire order of bedding. Use promo code HAPPIER.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Feb 24, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have a trick for using the word 'meditation' to enhance boring situations. They also discuss the tricky but common stumbling block of parenting competitiveness. Then they share some listener ANSWERS to earlier questions about recipes, photos, artwork and family updates. Liz's demerit this week is about her less than perfect skin care routine. Gretchen's gold star involves a wonderfully empathetic listener, and some tips about how we can all become better listeners ourselves.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. For a free trial and $110 bonus offer, go to Stamps.com, click the microphone on the top of the home page, and enter promo code HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier and enter promo code HAPPIER for 25% off your first purchase.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Feb 17, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft ask themselves, "What happens if I ignore this?" and notice that a lot of potential anxieties never bubble up just by asking this simple phrase. Then they are joined by author and co-creator of the Whole 30 diet program, Melissa Hartwig, to discuss some strategies for jumpstarting your eating habits. And of course Gretchen's demerit, which involves a duvet cover, and Liz's gold star about reality TV.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. For a free trial and $110 bonus offer, go to Stamps.com, click the microphone on the top of the home page, and enter promo code HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier and enter promo code HAPPIER for 25% off your first purchase.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Feb 10, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have been there -- that awkward situation when you can't remember the name of someone who you've definitely met before. Don't worry, they have a whole bunch of tips for gracefully maneuvering out of those sticky spots. They also discuss the Better Than Before habit strategy of safeguarding your good habits, a listener question about the stress of ignoring phone calls from loved ones, plus Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses Plus. To stream The Fundamentals of Photography from The Great Courses Plus for free go to thegreatcoursesplus.com/HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Stamps.com. For a free trial and $110 bonus offer, go to Stamps.com, click the microphone on the top of the home page, and enter promo code HAPPIER.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Feb 3, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have a counterintuitive method for making friends: asking for a favor. They also discuss the Know Yourself Better dichotomy of Cooperation v. Competition. Plus, a listener question about saving great articles and recipes efficiently, Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses Plus. To stream The Fundamentals of Photography from The Great Courses Plus for free go to thegreatcoursesplus.com/HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Contact Smith and Noble today to get my special, limited time offer: 20% off on your window treatments – plus, a Free In-Home Consultation! Go to smithandnoble.com/HAPPIER.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Jan 27, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are doing their Very Special Episode a week early, in front of a sold out theater in The Mission, San Francisco. They share Try This At Home tips for traveling without tears. They're joined by two special guests, Nir Eyal and Jake Knapp. They discuss the Happiness Stumbling Block of public speaking. Plus, two audience members are treated to New Year's Resolution Boosters. And finally Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. Buy and print official US postage from home. For a 4-week trial plus $110 Bonus Offer, go to Stamps.com and enter promo code HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Boll and Branch. They're reinventing sheets and bedding with the sole purpose of making your nights more comfortable than ever. Try them risk free for 30 nights and get 20% off your entire order at bollandbranch.com with promo code HAPPIER.

And our special live show sponsor was Audible.com. For a free audio book and 30 day free trial, go to audible.com/happier.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Jan 20, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have a fun idea for rotating pictures throughout your home. Then they are joined by Panoply colleagues Laura Mayer and Sarah Bentley to discuss the Sunday Blues and what you can do about. Plus, a listener question about "toxic" friendships, Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Happier will be LIVE in San Francisco tomorrow, January 21st. Ticket are sold out and we can't wait to see you there!

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. Print official US postage from home. For a 4-week trial plus $110 Bonus Offer, go to Stamps.com and enter promo code HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses Plus. To stream The Everyday Gourmet from The Great Courses Plus for free go to thegreatcoursesplus.com/HAPPIER.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Jan 13, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft share an important tip for parties and get togethers: plan your exit . They also discuss the Better Than Before habit strategy that trumps all strategies: convenience. Plus, Mary Harris, host of the WNYC podcast Only Human drops by to talk about their Stick To It science experiment that you can particpate in at OnlyHuman.org/sticktoit. Finally, Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Happier will be LIVE in San Francisco on 1/21/16! Ticket are sold out and we can't wait to see you there!

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses Plus. To stream The Everyday Gourmet from The Great Courses Plus for free go to thegreatcoursesplus.com/HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Stamps.com. Print official US postage from home. For a 4-week trial plus $110 Bonus Offer, go to Stamps.com and enter promo code HAPPIER.

And check out Gretchen's books Better Than Before, The Happiness Project, and others.

Jan 6, 2016

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft don't want you to organize all your stuff. They encourage you to get rid of the stuff you don't need. Donate it! Gift it! Recycle it. But don't keep it. Even the sentimental stuff. They also answer a listener question about rewards and treats, plus Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Happier will be LIVE in San Francisco on 1/21/16! Get your tickets and a free copy of Better Than Before before they sell out at Slate.com/Happier.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Framebridge, the easy way to custom frame your art and photos. Go to Framebridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order.

This episode was also sponsored by Stamps.com. Print official US postage from home. For a 4-week trial plus $110 Bonus Offer, go to Stamps.com and enter promo code HAPPIER.

Dec 30, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are back in Kansas City for the holidays. They stop by Winstead's, one of their favorite spots in town, to talk about special places, then head home to discuss New Years Resolutions. They also are joined by a childhood friend, and Gretchen's daughters, for updates and Gold Stars.

Happier will be LIVE in San Francisco on 1/21/16! Get your tickets and a free copy of Better Than Before before they sell out at Slate.com/Happier.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Framebridge, the easy way to custom frame your art and photos. Go to Framebridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order.

This episode was also sponsored by Stamps.com. Print official US postage from home. For a 4-week trial plus $110 Bonus Offer, go to Stamps.com and enter promo code HAPPIER.

Dec 23, 2015

Actress, author, director, and producer Drew Barrymore joins Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft to talk about being a mom, finding her priorities, and her own Try This At Home tip. They also share discuss end of year rituals, plus Liz's demerit and Gretchen's's gold star.

Happier will be LIVE in San Francisco on 1/21/16! Get your tickets and a free copy of Better Than Before before they sell out at Slate.com/Happier.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Little Passports. Give your kids the gift of adventure this holiday with a subscription to Little Passports. HAPPIER listeners can save 40% on their first month today by using promo code HAPPY at checkout or by going to LittlePassports.com/HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Stamps.com. Print official US postage from home. For a 4-week trial plus $110 Bonus Offer, go to Stamps.com and enter promo code HAPPIER.

Dec 16, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft take your questions and comments from the Month of Tendencies. We also hear some of the amazing tendency mottos you submitted. Plus, Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Happier will be LIVE in San Francisco on 1/21/16! Get your tickets and a free copy of Better Than Before before they sell out at Slate.com/Happier.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses. Get up to 80% off their bestselling series by going to thegreatcourses.com/HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/HAPPIER for 20% off your window treatments.

Music by BBATV "Isn't The Rain Nice Today" http://freemusicarchive.org/music/bbatv/PEACE_is_king_here/bbatv_-_PEACE_is_king_here_-_08__isnt_the_rain_nice_today-

Dec 9, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft discuss the counter-intuitive happiness tip of acting how you want to feel. William James once wrote, "Actions seems to follow feeling, but really actions and feeling go together; and by regulating the action, which is under the more direct control of the will, we can indirectly regulate the feeling, which is not." Plus, they dive deeper in to the abstainer/moderator distinction, a listener question about when to quit and when to push through an important challenge, and Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

We are recording Happier with Gretchen and Liz LIVE in San Francisco on January 21st, 2016! Get your tickets before they sell out at Slate.com/Happier. Tickets include a free copy of Better Than Before, which Gretchen will be signing after the show. Slate.com/happier

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses. Get up to 80% off their bestselling series by going to thegreatcourses.com/HAPPIER.

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/HAPPIER for 20% off your window treatments.

Dec 2, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft share a super simple tip to prevent clutter. Plus, some INCONVENIENT ways to put an end to impulse shopping, a listener question about how much you can contribute to your own happiness, and Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Happier is brought to you today by Smith + Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/HAPPIER for 20% off your window treatments.

This episode was also sponsored by Framebridge. Visit frambridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order.

Nov 25, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft asked and you, the listeners, delivered. This episode is a feast of Try This At Home tips all about the holidays, and a list of holiday essential activities, all submitted by the wonderful Happier listeners. Plus, Liz's demerit, and Gretchen's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Framebridge. Visit frambridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order.

This episode was also sponsored by Little Passports. Happier listeners can save 40% on their first month with promo code HAPPY. Learn more at littlepassports.com/happier

Nov 18, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft discuss a common struggle that most of us will deal with at some point in our lives: getting fired. Although you may wish it upon no one, losing your job can have some surprising benefits. Then a Know Yourself Better about alone time versus time with friends, and a listener questions about dealing with criticism, plus Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Get up to 80% off the original price on a selection of 8 of their bestselling series– including:Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier.

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

Nov 11, 2015

It's week 4 of the Month of Tendencies and Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are talking about Rebels. What are their strengths? What are their weaknesses? What are some tips for Rebels, and for those who live with them? They answer some listener questions, plus Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.


This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Get up to 80% off the original price on a selection of 8 of their bestselling series– including:Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier.

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

Nov 4, 2015

It's week 3 of the Month of Tendencies and Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are focussing on the most popular of all the tendencies: Obligers. What are their strengths? What are their weaknesses? What are some tips for Obligers, and for those who live with them? They answer some listener questions, plus Gretchen's demerit-no-more! and Liz's gold star.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

The episode was also sponsored by Blue Apron. For your first 2 meals free, go to blueapron.com/happier. Blue Apron, a better way to cook.

Oct 28, 2015

It's week 2 of the Month of Tendencies and Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are joined by their book agent Christy Fletcher to focus on Questioners. What are their strengths? What are their weaknesses? What are some tips for Questioners, and for those who live with them? They answer some listener questions, plus Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Want an alert when Gretchen's new book on the four tendencies comes out? Text the word "Tendencies" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off some of their most popular courses.

The episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

Oct 21, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are launching their Month of Tendencies by talking about Upholders. What are their strengths? What are their weaknesses? What are some tips for upholders, and for those who live with them? They answer some listener questions, plus Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Want an alert when Gretchen's new book on the four tendencies comes out? Text the word "Tendencies" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.


This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off some of their most popular courses.

The episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

Oct 14, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft encourage you to have a difficult conversation, whether it's about health, money, or your family will. Then they talk to Professor of Physics at Harvard University Lisa Randall. She shares some of the habits that fit her rebellious tendency, which helped her write her new book Dark Matter and The Dinosaurs, out soon. Plus, Gretchen's Demerit and Liz's Gold Star.

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

The episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

Oct 7, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have tip for when you're stuck at something you want to improve: send yourself to boot camp. It's not going to change your habits, but it can definitely jump start you. They also share the most fascinating habit formation strategy--one you can't plan: the lightning bolt. Plus, a listen question about small leftover tasks after moving, and Liz and Gretchen's shared demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off some of their most popular courses.

The episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

Sep 30, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have already lowered the bar. Now they want to raise it back up. They also share a happiness stumbling block that is both obvious, but misunderstood: teasing. Plus, some of your responses to Eliza's request for advice, and Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off some of their most popular courses.

The episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

Sep 23, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft each have their own way of making time every day to be grateful for what they have. They also share their personal symbols, and the meanings behind them. Plus, a listener question about the sense of sadness that often follows big happy life milestones, and Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz? Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

The episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

This episode was also sponsored by Blue Apron. Get your first two meals on us at blueapron.com/happier.

Sep 16, 2015

It's another Very Special Episode! And for number 30, Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft interview a very special guest, Eliza Rubin. Yep, Gretchen's 16 year old daughter (and Elizabeth's niece) is on the podcast to talk about being a teen in 2015. Her Try This at Home is to give yourself a mission when you have free time. They also discuss Snapchat politics, and Eliza's anxiety about Junior year and applying to college. Plus, Eliza shares her Demerit and Gold Star. 

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com. 

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.

The episode was also sponsored by Casper. Get $50 toward any mattress purchase by visiting www.casper.com/Happier and using the promo code HAPPIER. 

Sep 9, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft suggest that sometimes--just sometimes--you should lower the bar. Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. They also discuss the strategy of taking advantage of a clean slate to make or break a habit, a listener question about staying positive when you have young kids, plus Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com. 

This episode was sponsored by The Great Course. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for 80% off one of eight of their best selling courses.

The episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off your window treatments, and a free in home consultation.   

Sep 2, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft warn against interviewing your friends and loved ones for pain, no matter how tempting it may be. They also discuss the perils of shared work, a listener question about ice cream, plus Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com. 

This episode was sponsored by The Great Course. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for 80% off one of eight of their best selling courses.

The episode was also sponsored by Warby Parker, a new concept in eye wear. Choose 5 free home-try-on frames at warbyparker.com/happier.  

 

Aug 26, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft use a deceptively simple motto to help decide complex life challenges. It's the motto Gretchen used to decided whether to not to get a dog. Find out what she decided! They also discuss the Know Yourself Better question, "What's your tell?" and a listener question about answers to "How are you?." Plus, Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Check out the dog responses you sent us: http://happierpodcastdogs.tumblr.com/ 

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com. 

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for a free in home consultation and 20% off your window treatments.

The episode was also sponsored by Blue Apron, the better way to cook. Get your first two meals on us at blueapron.com/happier. 

Aug 19, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft start the school year with a one word theme for themselves. They also discuss the Better Than Before habit strategy of starting a new habit TODAY. Plus a listener question about procrastinating, Liz's demerit and Gretchen's gold star.

Check out the dog responses: happierpodcastdogs.tumblr.com/  

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com. 

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. Go to www.stamps.com and enter offer code HAPPIER for a $110 bonus offer, which includes $55 in FREE postage. 

This episode was also sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for a free in home consultation and 20% off your window treatments.

Aug 12, 2015

Author A.J. Jacobs joins Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft to share five, count em, five Try This At Home tips from his immersive writing projects. Plus Gretchen's demerit and Liz's gold star.

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com. 

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. Go to www.stamps.com and enter offer code HAPPIER for a $110 bonus offer, which includes $55 in FREE postage. 

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to www.thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off 8 of their bestselling courses including Behavioral Economics: When Psychology and Economics Collide. 

Aug 5, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft never forget how easy it is to forget, and encourage you to photograph every day life. Gretchen also shares an assay about the paradox of love that pushes you to be your best. Plus a listener question about happiness in a new home, and Gretchen's demerit appeal: should she get a dog?

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com. 

This episode was sponsored by Stamp.com. Go to www.stamps.com and enter offer code HAPPIER for a $110 bonus offer, which includes $55 in FREE postage. 

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to www.thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off 8 of their bestselling courses including Behavioral Economics: When Psychology and Economics Collide. 

Jul 29, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft each pick TV shows (and podcasts) to help bond with coworkers and family. They also discuss savoring verse spree-ing with producer Henry Molofsky, a listener question about sticking to habits while traveling, plus Liz's Demerit, and Gretchen's Gold Star. 

Want to join Gretchen's free monthly newsletter? Text the word "Happier" to 66866, then enter your email when prompted. It's that easy.

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Blue Apron. Discover a better way to cook.  Visit BlueApron.com/Happier to get your first two meals free.

We are also sponsored by Audible. Get a free audiobook and 30-day trial today by signing up at www.audible.com/happier.

Jul 22, 2015

Singer, songwriter, and author Rosanne Cash joins Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft to explore habits of creativity. They also discuss the Try This At Home tip of "saving that string," plus Gretchen's Demerit, and Liz's Gold Star. 

Here's the link to our survey: Panoply.fm/survey  Please take a minute to fill it out. 

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. Go to www.stamps.com and enter offer code HAPPIER for a $110 bonus offer, which includes $55 in FREE postage. 

This episode was also sponsored by Casper. For $50 toward any mattress purchase, visit www.casper.com/HAPPIER and using the promo code HAPPIER.

Jul 15, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft share the many valuable reasons for joining or starting a group. Then they discuss the strategy of scheduling. Plus, a listener question about enjoying the present moment, Gretchen's Demerit, and Liz's Gold Star. 

Here's the link to our survey: Panoply.fm/survey  Please take a minute to fill it out. 

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Stamps.com. Go to www.stamps.com and enter offer code HAPPIER for a $110 bonus offer, which includes $55 in FREE postage. 

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to www.thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off 8 of their bestselling courses, including The Art of Travel Photography. 

Jul 8, 2015

We made it to 20 episodes! To celebrate, Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft decided to focus on you, our listeners. You called in and told us about relationships you want to change, and Demerits and Gold Stars of your own. Topics include know-it-alls, healthy habits, scheduling friends and family, and much, much more. 

PLUS! This week is our Make A Friend Happier drive! We're asking you, our devoted listeners, to think of one friend or family member, and show them a segment or episode of Happier that you think they would enjoy. If they're new to podcast listening, show them how they can access the show for themselves! We thank you for your support (and think your friend will too)!

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Stamp.com. Go to www.stamps.com and enter offer code HAPPIER for a $110 bonus offer, which includes $55 in FREE postage. 

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to www.thegreatcourses.com/happier for up to 80% off 8 of their bestselling courses including The Art of Travel Photography. 

 

Jul 1, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft sit down to talk meditation with Dan Harris, author of "10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Really Works — a True Story." You may also know Dan has a correspondent for ABC News, anchor of Nightline, and co-anchor of Good Morning America. This week's Try This At Home is to enjoy the fun of failure. Plus, Liz's Demerit, and Gretchen's Gold Star. 

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Framebridge. Go to www.framebridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order.

This episode was also sponsored by Little Passports. HAPPIER listeners can save 40% on their first month today with promo code HAPPY. Learn more at www.littlepassports.com/happier.

Jun 24, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft talk about why worth spending more money on experiences than things. Then they the strategy of working on your "foundations." Plus, a listener questions about being a being a Questioner, Gretchen's Demerit, and Liz's Gold Star. 

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith + Nobel. Go to www.smithandnoble/HAPPIER for 20% off on your window treatments. 

This episode was also Squarespace. Go to www.squarespace.com and use the promo code HAPPIER at checkout for 10% off. 

Jun 17, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft talk about why it's so important to have an exact place for everything. Then they discuss the danger of having a "precioussss!" Plus, a listener questions about being a night Owl, Liz's Demerit, and Gretchen's Gold Star. 

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith + Nobel. Go to www.smithandnoble/HAPPIER for 20% off on your window treatments. 

This episode was also Framebridge. Visit www.framebridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% of your first order.

Jun 10, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have spiritual masters who they strive to imitate in rather telling ways. Who’s yours? Then they discuss the first step in changing any behavior: monitoring. Plus, a listener questions about staying positive through transitions, Gretchen’s Demerit, and Liz’s Gold Star. 

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith + Nobel. Go to www.smithandnoble/HAPPIER for 20% off on your window treatments. 

 

This episode was also Framebridge. Visit www.framebridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% of your first order.

Jun 3, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft are trying to become tourists in their own city to fully appreciate their homes. They also have their very first podcast guest, author Tom Rath, whose latest book is called Eat, Move, Sleep: How Small Choices Lead to Big Changes.  Plus, a listener questions about the snooze button, Liz’s Demerit, and Gretchen’s Gold Star. 

Do you have a question or story for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith + Nobel. Go to www.smithandnoble/HAPPIER for 20% off on your window treatments. 

 

This episode was also Framebridge. Visit www.framebridge.com and use code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% of your first order.

May 27, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft tell each other about the different shrines they’ve each built in their homes, and how highly curated material possessions can add to happiness. They also examine the many distinctions in peoples’ personalities that are important for helping individuals build habits in unique ways, e.g.: are you a night owl or a morning Lark? Plus, a listener questions about making habits stick, Gretchen’s Demerit, and Liz’s Gold Star. 

Do you have a question for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for 80% off select courses. 

 

This episode was also sponsored by Squarespace. Go to squarespace.com and use the offer code HAPPIER at checkout to receive 10% off. 

May 20, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft have a tip to help you read more: stop reading books you don’t enjoy! They also share a Know Yourself Better quiz for forming habits. Plus, a listener question about dating in your twenties! And of course, Liz’s Demerit and Gretchen’s Gold Star.

Do you have a question for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for 80% off select courses. 

 

This episode was also sponsored by Framebridge. If you go to framebridge.com, use the promo code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order. 

May 13, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft want you to indulge in a modest splurge (key word: modest). They also dig into Winnie the Pooh to see what the children’s book has to teach us about our moods. Plus a listener question about road rage, and Gretchen’s Demerit and Liz’ Gold Star.

Do you have a question for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off window treatments and a FREE in-home consultation. 

 

This episode was also sponsored by The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for 80% off select courses. 

May 6, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft suggest you make the positive argument when you’re too hard on yourself—or your friends. Are you an abundance lover or a simplicity lover? Plus a listener question about what to do when it’s hard to do those happy things, and Liz’s Demerit and Gretchen’s Gold Star.

Do you have a question for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored The Great Courses. Go to thegreatcourses.com/happier for 80% off select courses. 

 

And by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off window treatments and a FREE in-home consultation. 

Apr 29, 2015

In this special episode, Gretchen Rubin goes to Los Angeles to clean out Elizabeth Craft’s closet. Along the way, Gretchen packs this podcast with organizational tips you can try at home, questions to help you know yourself better, and happiness stumbling blocks that may be hiding at the back of your own closet. 

Do you have a question for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off window treatments and a FREE in-home consultation. 

And by Travel Zoo. Head to www.travelzoo.com to sign up for a free membership or download the highly rated Travel Zoo app.

Music: Hustle by Kevin MacLeod

Apr 22, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft take a cue from Parks and Recreation. They also examine the “Fake Self-Actualization Loophole,” answer a listener question about healthy rewards, and share Gretchen’s Demerit and Liz’s Gold Star. 

Do you have a question for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or leave a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

This episode was sponsored by Smith and Noble. Go to smithandnoble.com/happier for 20% off window treatments and a FREE in-home consultation. 

And by Travel Zoo. Head to www.travelzoo.com to sign up for a free membership or download the highly rated Travel Zoo app. 

Apr 15, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft share an easy habit for brightening your daily interactions with friends and family. They also ask their 10-year-old selves for advice on what makes them happy. Plus, a listener question about goals, as well as Liz’s Demerit and Gretchen’s Gold Star. 

Do you have a question for Gretchen and Liz?  Leave a voicemail at 774-277-9336 You can also reach them on Twitter at @gretchenrubin and @elizabethcraft, on Facebook at facebook.com/GretchenRubin, by email at Podcast@gretchenrubin.com, or through a comment on Gretchen’s blog, gretchenrubin.com.

 

Apr 8, 2015

 

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft say it's ok--even beneficial--to treat yourself like a toddler. Don't be intimidated by their discussion of "oppositional conversational style"! Plus, a listener question about habits, and Gretchen's Demerit and Liz's Gold Star.

This week's episode of Happier is sponsored by Framebridge. If you go to framebridge.com, use the promo code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order. 

 

 

Apr 1, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft share a tip you can think of as the One Minute Rule’s big sister – the power hour.  And teach you how to tap into your envy as a tool for personal gain. Plus, Liz’s Demerit and Gretchen’s Gold Star. 

This week's episode of Happier is sponsored by Framebridge. If you go to framebridge.com, use the promo code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order. 

Mar 25, 2015

Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft share a ubiquitous (and free!) source of pleasure, discuss how working can be a dangerous form of procrastination, and go over a few rituals to ensure a happy morning. Plus, Gretchen's Demerit and Liz's Gold Star.

This week's episode of Happier is sponsored by Framebridge. If you go to framebridge.com, use the promo code HAPPIER at checkout for 20% off your first Framebridge order. 

Mar 18, 2015

In Episode 4, Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft tackle their fantasies of actually keeping a journal, figure out if they work better as marathoners or sprinters, and share their weekly Demerit and Gold Star. 

Mar 11, 2015

In Episode 3, Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft share one of the easiest, quickest, and most popular ways to start your day off right. Plus, they discuss Elizabeth’s biggest pet peeve at the office, and share their weekly Demerit and Gold Star.

 

Twitter: @gretchenrubin, @elizabethcraft. Facebook: www.facebook.com/gretchenrubin. Email: podcast@gretchenrubin.com.

 

 

 

Mar 4, 2015

In this episode, Gretchen and Elizabeth vow to set alarms for their bed times, decide if they’re abstainers or moderators, discuss how novelty boosts happiness, and share their weekly Demerit and Gold Star. 

Twitter: @gretchenrubin, @elizabethcraft. Facebook: www.facebook.com/gretchenrubin. Email: podcast@gretchenrubin.com.

 

Feb 25, 2015

Gretchen Rubin is HAPPIER, and she wants you to be happier too. The #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before gets more personal than ever as she brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast. Gretchen’s cohost and guinea pig is her younger sister, Elizabeth Craft, a TV writer and producer living in Los Angeles, who (lovingly) refers to Gretchen as her happiness bully.

Twitter: @gretchenrubin, @elizabethcraft. Facebook: www.facebook.com/gretchenrubin. Email: podcast@gretchenrubin.com.

 

 

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