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WOW!!! This one is going down in history as one of our favorite episodes. Get ready to feel seen, heard, and understood thanks to this conversation with Eve Rodsky about the INVISIBLE and UNPAID labor of women.
Note: though we speak in heteronormative terms, this conversation is for anyone who feels like they’re taking on more responsibility in their relationship than their partner. And if you’re single/ dating and see yourself in a long-term partnership in the future, NOW is the time to start thinking about what “fair play” looks like.
You will learn…
– the 3 words that RUIN all relationships
– why women do more unpaid labor + some shocking statistics
– the secret formula for rebalancing the responsibilities in your household
– how to challenge cultural assumptions that say you must “do it all” and create a more equitable dynamic in your relationship
Remember: these gender imbalances are NOT YOUR FAULT nor are they your partner’s. There are a lot of cultural assumptions at play here and it’s time to dismantle them to create “fair play” between men and women.
Eve Rodsky transformed her “blueberries breakdown” into a catalyst for social change when she applied her Harvard-trained background in organizational management to ask the simple yet profound question: What would happen if we treated our homes as our most important organizations? Her New York Times bestselling book and Reese’s Book Club Pick, Fair Play, a gamified life-management system that helps partners rebalance their domestic workload and reimagine their relationship, has elevated the cultural conversation about the value of unpaid labor and care. In her highly anticipated follow-up, Find Your Unicorn Space: Reclaim Your Creative Life in a Too-Busy World, Rodsky explores the cross-section between the science of creativity, productivity, and resilience. Described as the ‘antidote to physical, mental, and emotional burnout,’ Rodsky aims to inspire a new narrative around the equality of time and the individual right to personal time choice that influences sustainable and lasting change on a policy level. Rodsky’s work is backed by Hello Sunshine—Reese Witherspoon’s media company whose mission is to change the narrative for women through storytelling. Rodsky was born and raised by a single mom in New York City and now lives in Los Angeles with her husband Seth and their three children.
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