Let's Talk with Sarah K Peck

Let's Talk with Sarah K Peck

www.sarahkpeck.com
Sometimes I need to talk things out, be imperfect, and talk honestly about the reality of life. Join me as I talk about what’s going on and figure things out (or not) in real time. There’s no obligation for this to be anything other than “Hey, it’s Monday and my kids are shouting in the background and they want to know, what happens when we die? Okay, the end.” Let’s talk.


13: When More Self-Discipline Isn’t The Answer
May 16 • 7 min
Does self-discipline work? Sometimes yes, but lately for me, and especially during the pandemic, it’s not cutting it. Hustle culture, burnout, and heaping more “discipline” on top of me like an overactive bootcamp coach isn’t getting me to do any of the…
12: Try It And See
May 8 • 2 min
If you’re ever stuck or waffling in a decision, here’s a phrase and a short-hand that I love that helps remind me to take action: “Try it and see.” It’s something I use when I don’t know whether or not to do something. (It doesn’t work in ALL instances,…
11: Getting Out Of A Rut
Apr 25 • 11 min
How do you get out of a rut? When you’re stuck at home, with children or without your brain (or BOTH), how do you get back into a groove and find your way? This episode is for anyone that feels anxious, stressed out, overwhelmed, or unable to complete a…
10: Saying Good Morning
Apr 18 • 8 min
I don’t know about you, but I’m finding it mighty hard to even get started in the morning. I know these last episodes have all been about finding patterns and rituals amidst the madness, and it’s for a reason—finding my new normal (or a sense of it) is…
09: Perfume, Coffee, Candle, Lipstick
Apr 17 • 16 min
Making sense of days that make no sense requires new patterns, habits, and routines. For me, trying to muddle through the cacophony of work and children and non-stop days at home is very, very challenging to my brain. So, to help, I’ve been building small…
08: A Few More Tiny Habits
Apr 9 • 8 min
Every morning lately, I’ve been posting a selfie to my Facebook page and my Instagram page. Right now it feels like going to the coffee shop—I get to pop in, say good morning to people all around the world, check-in with my neighbors and parents and…
07: A Small Evening Ritual For Sanity
Mar 31 • 13 min
As we all adjust to the uncertainty and sudden shifts of what’s happening around the world with the global COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to share a few small rituals that we’ve used in our household to find a moment of normalcy in our lives. Yes, most of…
06: Feelings
Mar 25 • 24 min
During times of stress, everyone responds differently. Some of us laugh, some of us go into denial, some of us get agitated, some of us panic, some of us get to work. If you’re feeling a bit all over the place, I want to talk about how stress affects each…
05: Catch Your Breath
Mar 21 • 16 min
For many of us, the last week has been somewhat chaotic and mad—maybe more than the last week. This episode was recorded on Saturday, March 21st 2020 in New York City in the midst of the coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic happening around the world. But…
04: Finding Sanity
Mar 15 • 18 min
The coming few weeks are going to be tough. Potentially tougher than what we can imagine. Here’s a short list of things I journaled to myself — reminders for how to stay sane in the coming weeks and months.
03: Coronavirus Preparations
Mar 14 • 20 min
On Wednesday this past week, my husband and I started feeling sick. The boys were both snotty, and we’d been watching the news—way too much, but you know. It’s hard to peel your eyes away. On Thursday we decided to keep everyone home, out of the abundance…
02: Quarantined In NYC
Mar 12 • 3 min
As Seth Godin would say, “This might not work.” I can make zero promises about whether this podcast will last, if it will work, and whether or not I’ll wake my children up while trying to record. I’m currently making this from a corner of my apartment…
01: Hey Friends, Let’s Talk
Mar 12 • 3 min
I have a microphone, a computer, and an urge to talk to all of you. If you hear small children in the background, it’s because… there are small children in the background. But first, let me introduce you to the podcast, let’s say hi, and I’ll give you a…