031: Getting a Bad Day Back on Track

You know those rubbish days where you’re running late, the blender sprayed crap all over the ceiling, your kids are being … kids, your boss isn’t being much better and your soup spilled all through your handbag? We all have days like that – ones where it feels like the world is against us and it’s really difficult to get your head back in right space.

If you’re having these days more often than not, Carly and Kelly have some thoughts about how you can set up your life to minimise those occurrences. They also share their favourite tips and tricks for pushing the reset button on things to get a bad day back under control.

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  1. BF on January 15, 2018 at 3:29 pm

    Dear Carly and Kelly,

    I have recently stumbled across your podcasts and I adore them!

    However, I am a doctor and took offence your comments about “doctors running late”.
    When patients book an appointment sometimes their issues do not fit into the neat 15 min appointment they have booked.

    So and unless you would like your local doctor to kick you out of your appointment when your allotted time is up despite you being in tears as you battle post natal depression or your seemingly innocuous symptoms are suggestive of something much more serious you may want to cut the medical profession some slack…

    • Kelly on January 15, 2018 at 3:40 pm

      Hey Brooke! I can’t quite remember what was specifically said about doctors running late or the context in which we said it, but apologies if what we said came across that way. I don’t think that would have been our intent.

      I know I only get annoyed when I ring ahead to see if a doctor is running late (usually because I’ll have my kids with me), get told ‘no they’re on time’ …. and then spend an hour in the waiting room!

      One my hubby’s best friends is a GP so I’ve been well educated on the fact that if a doctor is running late, it’s because they’re doing their job really well and I know I always appreciate how thorough my own GPs are and how I never feel like I’m being rushed out the room 😊

      Kelly x

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