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InhaltBased on the Reese's Book Club Pick and New York Times best-seller Fair Play, this couple's conversation deck will help you rebalance your to-do lists. Bücher bei lokalavisen.nu: Jetzt Fair Play von Eve Rodsky versandkostenfrei online kaufen & NewsOne's list of 50 books every black youth should read. Check it. Do you find yourself taking on the lions share of all the thankless, invisible but time-consuming work in the home? Fair Play is the first book that.

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InhaltBased on the Reese's Book Club Pick and New York Times best-seller Fair Play, this couple's conversation deck will help you rebalance your to-do lists. Fair Play: A Game-Changing Solution for When You Have Too Much to Do (and book. Fair Play offers practical tools for maximizing peace and minimizing. FAIR PLAY is the first book that shows you that there can be a different way: a way to get more done, with less fuss, in a way that feels more balanced. Fair Play Book Fair Play Book

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Persönlich haftender Gesellschafter: buecher. Rodsky interviewed more than five hundred men and women from all walks of life to figure out what 4.

I worked hard and got myself through college and then law school, when I met the man who would become my partner. My best friend had set us up.

Zoe said about Seth: "He's Jewish and obsessed with hip hop. I had to meet this guy. I was a first-year associate at a law firm in New York City, which meant logging long hours, so for our first date Seth and I agreed to meet at a late-night bar in Union Square.

But at p. By the time I arrived at the bar, it was almost midnight and Seth was. One of Seth's friends had waited with him until I showed up.

Seth told me later what his friend had said when I walked through the door: "She was worth the wait.

I liked him right away. We did a cross-country courtship for a year, and on our anniversary, I presented him with The Best of , every single email that we'd written to each other since the night we'd met.

There were more than pages of email exchanges that I'd printed out in the basement of my law firm and bound into a deep red four-volume book set.

Seth was touched by my sentimentality and equally impressed by my meticulous organizational skills. I think we both knew then that this was the real thing.

Within the year, I took on the arduous endeavor of studying for and passing the California Bar and uprooted to Los Angeles.

And then, when Seth's growing business required an East Coast office, we packed up and moved back to New York as a newly engaged couple.

Getting him back home was my secret plan! Our first apartment across from the Midtown tunnel was cramped and always loud, but we didn't care.

We were in love, true collaborators in the home, and champions of each other's careers. As a young couple, our dynamic felt equitable, a reciprocal partnership of equals.

In between loads of laundry, I marked up his operating agreements as his entertainment agency expanded, and Seth gave me business pointers while he unloaded groceries.

He was my right-hand man as I worked my way up the ladder to my dream job-using my legal training, organizational management skills, and mediation background to work with individuals and companies to structure philanthropic organizations.

In layman's terms, I advised the wealthy on how to give away tons of money to nonprofits that served the greater good. We were both doing work that we felt proud of, and together we crushed it every step of the way.

I became the default parent-or more aptly, the she-fault parent-and as such, the only thing I was crushing were peas for my baby.

To be fair, Seth eagerly jumped in to diaper change, bottle-feed, and provide middle-of-the-night comfort to his firstborn. But beyond forming this early, critical connection with his son, Seth would frequently say about our new family dynamic: "There's not a lot for me to do.

While my husband is no Neanderthal, he was echoing what a good cave buddy had promised him during my pregnancy: "Relax. Dads don't really do anything for the first six months.

It's more of a 'mom' thing. Like many breadwinner-working fathers, Seth returned to work just one week after Zach was born. I'd been granted three months of maternity leave to "stay home" as if.

Looking back, I hadn't anticipated the endless emotional, mental, and physical effort parenthood would require. My cousin Jessica, who lived a quick cab ride uptown and who was also pregnant at the same time, hadn't seen what was coming either.

In her third trimester, she'd signed us up for a knitting class because "we'll probably get bored on maternity leave. Idle, no.

I had more than enough to keep my hands occupied without ever picking up a knitting needle or a ball of yarn.

Because Seth and I hadn't pre-negotiated. He'd leave for work in the office and I'd spend the next eight hours boiling bottles, doing dishes, folding laundry, restocking the nursery, running to the grocery store, picking up prescriptions, preparing meals, tidying up, and entertaining and attending to my little one.

In his defense, after returning home from the office Seth would offer, "How can I help? I'd typically reply with a sputter: "I don't know.

Just pick something! Sherry L. Blake that describes women in committed relationships who singularly bear the lioness's share of family responsibilities.

Seth could see that I was struggling in my new role, but he also felt constantly nagged. He made efforts to extend a hand but ultimately retreated because "I can't do anything right.

One afternoon, after an office meeting to discuss my return, I "took ten" in the company stairwell to quietly pump breast milk into plastic bags.

As I sat with my back against the wall, I thought: Does this really count as a non-bathroom lactation space?

And more important, How the hell am I going to balance it all? I proposed to my employer that I work full-time, but from home one day a week.

That was declined. I offered to work a four-day week for less salary. They didn't go for that either. In the end, I walked away from my dream job to become an independent "" consultant, a move I don't regret but I do.

Girlfriends who'd also taken a career detour by decreasing their professional workload, or who had exited the traditional workforce entirely, totally understood what I was going through.

Tanya, a friend and former colleague who'd already left our company to care for her two children at home, cautioned me, "Juggling work and home is a grind, but if you think you're going to gain more time by going part-time, think again.

More time at home actually translates to less time. My new mommy friends were quick to point out that when you free up time spent in an office, you quickly fill it by doing more at home, including more that isn't necessarily kid-related.

They were absolutely right. In addition to the nonnegotiable daily grind tasks like making sure there are clean diapers on the ready, once I wasn't working full-time outside the home, I also took on many of the things that my husband used to do.

Because after the basics, these other tasks keep domestic life moving forward. Without any negotiation or conscious acquiescence, in my new role as CEO, task manager, and worker bee of our family's never-ending to-do list, I performed hours upon hours of work that went unnoticed and unacknowledged by my husband-and sometimes, even by me.

On many days, feeling the full weight of exhaustion that would seize me the moment my baby was down and I was finally offline, I'd wonder, What did I do all day?

When even I couldn't quite answer the question, there was no doubt in my mind that I'd lost all control of my time. The more I talked with my girlfriends who'd entered motherhood, I realized we were all having trouble getting it all done-and what's more, we were all having trouble identifying exactly what it was we were doing.

Why were we all so busy? It turns out this phenomenon has a name-many names, actually. One of the most popular is "invisible work": invisible because it may be unseen and unrecognized by our partners, and also because those of us who do it may not count or even acknowledge it as work.

No doubt you, too, have read articles describing this "mental load," "second shift," and the "emotional labor" that falls disproportionately on women, along with the toll this domestic work takes on our lives more broadly.

But what are we really talking about here? Sociologists Arlene Kaplan Daniels and Arlie Hochschild started giving us the language to talk about these deeply felt but largely unarticulated inequities in the s, and since then, plenty of intelligent women have advanced the conversation and the popular vernacular.

Mental Load: The never-ending mental to-do list you keep for all your family tasks. Though not as heavy as a bag of rocks, the constant details banging around in your mind nonetheless weigh you down.

Mental "overload" creates stress, fatigue, and often forgetfulness. Where did I put the damn car keys?

Second Shift: This is the domestic work you do long before you go to work and often even longer after you get home from the office.

It's an unpaid shift that starts early and goes late, and you can't afford to lose it. Every day's a double shift when you have two kids' lunches to prep!

Emotional Labor: This term has evolved organically in pop culture to include the "maintaining relationships" and "managing emotions" work like calling your in-laws, sending thank-you notes, buying teacher gifts, and soothing meltdowns in Target.

This work of caring can be some of the most exhausting labor akin to the day your child was born , but providing middle-of-the-night comfort is what makes you a wonderful and dependable parent.

It's OK, Mama's here. Invisible Work: This is the behind-the-scenes stuff that keeps a home and family running smoothly, although it's hardly noticed and is rarely valued.

The toothpaste never runs out. You're welcome. In an effort to "physicalize" this heavy burden carried by women yesterday and today, I began collecting every article I could find on the subject of domestic inequality.

After amassing articles and counting from newspapers, magazines, and online sources, it was disturbing to recognize that, since women began writing about this in the s, we haven't made enough progress in sharing the burden with our partners or finding an answer to this problem that men could buy into.

Imagine running your household and life! Tired of being the "shefault" parent responsible for all aspects of her busy household, Eve Rodsky counted up all the unpaid, invisible work she was doing for her family -- and then sent that list to her husband, asking for things to change.

His response was Rodsky realized that simply identifying the issue of unequal labor on the home front wasn't enough: She needed a solution to this universal problem.

Her sanity, identity, career, and marriage depended on it. The result is Fair Play: a time- and anxiety-saving system that offers couples a completely new way to divvy up chores and responsibilities.

Rodsky interviewed more than five hundred men and women from all walks of life to figure out what the invisible work in a family actually entails and how to get it all done efficiently.

With four easy-to-follow rules, household tasks, and a series of conversation starters for you and your partner, Fair Play helps you prioritize what's important to your family and who should take the lead on every chore from laundry to homework to dinner.

Stop drowning in to-dos and lose some of that invisible workload that's pulling you down. Are you ready to try Fair Play?

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The Fair Play Deck. Couples searching for ways to better manage their families and achieve a balance of domestic work will benefit from Rodsky's actionable strategy.

Reese Witherspoon's media company, Hello Sunshine, has annointed her as the Marie Kondo of relationships, and we think they might be on to something.

Not only did Eve break down every task that a couple is responsible for, but she managed to create a system where dividing those tasks is fun, insightful and gratifying.

Her approach is filled with love, humor, wisdom and the idea that if we can work together and acknowledge each other's strengths and weaknesses, we can build better, stronger, and longer lasting relationships.

As Eve Rodsky explains, the key is for each partner to take on the entirety of each task on their to-do list—from conception to planning to execution—to avoid the mental load falling on women and the conflicts that typically arise in a relationship.

When things feel overwhelming, most people point at themselves or their partner to explain it, but more often than not the system itself is the problem.

This is brilliantly illustrated in Fair Play , where Eve Rodsky makes the existing system visible and provides a clear path to build a new one that enables readers to focus on what their family values most.

Fair Play offers practical tools for maximizing peace and minimizing resentment—while freeing up all parties to pursue their best lives. Rodsky comes to the rescue for these rocky years!

Fair Play is what every busy parent needs to shed resentment, move beyond blame, and reconnect with each other. By easing the home burdens and working collaboratively, parents will find the key to a happier marriage and more family joy.

Every page of this book has a take-away, a new idea of approaching a topic that has plagued parents for decades and has needed a plan. Imagine what could be different about you, your relationships and the world, if we collectively decided to play fair.

Yes, better division of laundry can help solve the pay gap! After working in foundation management at J. Morgan, she founded the Philanthropy Advisory Group to advise families and charitable foundations on best practices.

In her work with hundreds of families over a decade, she realized that her expertise in family mediation, strategy, and organizational management could be applied to a problem closer to home--a system for couples seeking balance, efficiency, and peace in their home.

Rodsky was raised by a single mom in New York City and now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their three children. Fair Play is her first book.

All rights reserved. Instantly defensive, I thought: Um, why can't you get the blueberries? After going over my long list of instructions for the sitter twice , I hustled out the front door to pick Zach up from school-all while balancing the snacks I'd just packed, a bag forgotten by the prior day's playmate, a FedEx package to be dropped off, a brand-new already-too-small pair of children's shoes to be returned, and a client contract that needed a markup before tomorrow morning.

Hold up. Cut to married with children-everything changed. I'd been granted three months of maternity leave to "stay home" as if that term encompasses all that new parents do every day.

Because Seth and I hadn't pre-negotiated how to share in the domestic workload before Zach came along, it defaulted to me. I also felt isolated and alone.

In the end, I walked away from my dream job to become an independent "" consultant, a move I don't regret but I do still think about-a lot.

In my case, it was because-however supportive my corporate employer was about holding my full-time position for me during my maternity leave-the company didn't have family-friendly systems in place to support parents requiring more flexibility in the early child-rearing years that directly follow.

Sound familiar? Auteur: Tove Jansson Thomas Teal. Uitgever: Sort Of Books. Tove Jansson. Brought up by artistic parents, Jansson studied art from to in Stockholm, Helsinki and then Paris.

Her first solo art exhibition was in At the same time, she was writing short stories and articles for publication, as well as creating the graphics for book covers and other purposes.

She continued to work as an artist for the rest of her life, alongside her writing. Bron: Wikipedia. Toon meer Toon minder. Samenvatting So what can happen when Tove Jansson turns her attention to her own favourite subjects, love and work, in the form of this novel about two women, lifelong partners and friends?

Expect something philosophically calm - and discreetly radical. Its publication is cause for huge celebration.

Ali Smith, from her Introduction to Fair Play What mattered most to Tove Jansson, she explained in her eighties, was work and love, a sentiment she echoes in this tender and original novel.

Translated for the first time into English, Fair Play portrays a love between two older women, a writer and artist, as they work side-by-side in their Helsinki studios, travel together and share summers on a remote island.

In the generosity and respect they show each other and the many small shifts they make to accommodate each other's creativity we are shown a relationship both heartening and truly progressive.

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Do You Have A Fair Balance Of Household Duties With Your Partner? Fair Play Book InhaltBased on the Reese's Book Club Pick and New York Times best-seller Fair Play, this couple's conversation deck will help you rebalance your to-do lists. Bücher bei lokalavisen.nu: Jetzt Fair Play von Eve Rodsky versandkostenfrei online kaufen A REESE WITHERSPOON x HELLO SUNSHINE BOOK CLUB PICK. A REESE WITHERSPOON x HELLO SUNSHINE BOOK CLUB PICK "A hands-on, real talk guide for navigating the hot-button issues that so many families. Autor: Eve Rodsky. Zuletzt Casino Spielen Book Of Ra Artikel. KG Bürgermeister-Wegele-Str. Andere Kunden suchten nach. Männer sind anders. Dann am besten gleich teilen! Casino Gold Coast Sie zu den Ersten, denen das gefällt! Do you find yourself taking on the lion's share of all the thankless, invisible but time-consuming work in the home?

From the Publisher. The Fair Play Deck. Couples searching for ways to better manage their families and achieve a balance of domestic work will benefit from Rodsky's actionable strategy.

Reese Witherspoon's media company, Hello Sunshine, has annointed her as the Marie Kondo of relationships, and we think they might be on to something.

Not only did Eve break down every task that a couple is responsible for, but she managed to create a system where dividing those tasks is fun, insightful and gratifying.

Her approach is filled with love, humor, wisdom and the idea that if we can work together and acknowledge each other's strengths and weaknesses, we can build better, stronger, and longer lasting relationships.

As Eve Rodsky explains, the key is for each partner to take on the entirety of each task on their to-do list—from conception to planning to execution—to avoid the mental load falling on women and the conflicts that typically arise in a relationship.

When things feel overwhelming, most people point at themselves or their partner to explain it, but more often than not the system itself is the problem.

This is brilliantly illustrated in Fair Play , where Eve Rodsky makes the existing system visible and provides a clear path to build a new one that enables readers to focus on what their family values most.

Fair Play offers practical tools for maximizing peace and minimizing resentment—while freeing up all parties to pursue their best lives.

Rodsky comes to the rescue for these rocky years! Fair Play is what every busy parent needs to shed resentment, move beyond blame, and reconnect with each other.

By easing the home burdens and working collaboratively, parents will find the key to a happier marriage and more family joy. Every page of this book has a take-away, a new idea of approaching a topic that has plagued parents for decades and has needed a plan.

Imagine what could be different about you, your relationships and the world, if we collectively decided to play fair.

Yes, better division of laundry can help solve the pay gap! After working in foundation management at J. Morgan, she founded the Philanthropy Advisory Group to advise families and charitable foundations on best practices.

In her work with hundreds of families over a decade, she realized that her expertise in family mediation, strategy, and organizational management could be applied to a problem closer to home--a system for couples seeking balance, efficiency, and peace in their home.

Rodsky was raised by a single mom in New York City and now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their three children. Fair Play is her first book.

All rights reserved. Instantly defensive, I thought: Um, why can't you get the blueberries? After going over my long list of instructions for the sitter twice , I hustled out the front door to pick Zach up from school-all while balancing the snacks I'd just packed, a bag forgotten by the prior day's playmate, a FedEx package to be dropped off, a brand-new already-too-small pair of children's shoes to be returned, and a client contract that needed a markup before tomorrow morning.

Hold up. Cut to married with children-everything changed. I'd been granted three months of maternity leave to "stay home" as if that term encompasses all that new parents do every day.

Because Seth and I hadn't pre-negotiated how to share in the domestic workload before Zach came along, it defaulted to me.

I also felt isolated and alone. In the end, I walked away from my dream job to become an independent "" consultant, a move I don't regret but I do still think about-a lot.

In my case, it was because-however supportive my corporate employer was about holding my full-time position for me during my maternity leave-the company didn't have family-friendly systems in place to support parents requiring more flexibility in the early child-rearing years that directly follow.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. To get my wife to play, she would have to really step it up.

Verified Purchase. To each mad man his own mania, to each lunatic her own lunacy. I kept waiting for the author to get past the privileged urban female "hear me roar" nonsense.

About one third of the way into the book she starts to let up. The author repeatedly identifies the wives she is reaching out to are victims of their own self inflicted wounds, and yet blames the husband for the pain of the wound.

The book is incredibly singular in perspective urban setting and one sided female , if you can get past this and read to the end, the game she created seems promising if you live the urban lifestyle where you work a single job, hire everything out that takes skilled labor, and only have mundane chores at home as a daily task and both spouses are relatively emotionally healthy.

It is a quick read. I'm not a Reese Witherspoon book club member. I'm a working mother and wife I found Fair Play through a recent finance podcast.

Two years ago I hit a similar breaking point to the author's "blueberry meltdown. I tried and tried strategies to improve my situation.

After a few failed mini-efforts including trading lives for a week to promote empathy , we finally landed on a system that is extremely similar to the cards recommended in Fair Play we use assignable to-do lists in the Wunderlist App.

Every strategy in the Fair Play system is part of our own. We hit bumps. It worked, and we are better than ever and, yes, that means more and better sex, too.

The system freed us not only from the nit-picky day-to-day misery but also from the feeling we could never leave the house.

We found free-time. My husband revels in the friendships and activities he can leave his family for, guilt-free. The first or so pages of this book set the context for the issues women largely are facing.

This is the context I lived. It's definitely a downer. Do the work for your family. Do the work for your daughters and sons. Do the work for yourself.

There are so many issues in life that we can not control: This is one we can. Fair Play will lift women's spirits.

Fair Play will make them feel loved. For what it's worth, it's not men's fault. We are all working hard. Through discussion, we raise our shared-expectations.

For some partners in a family it will feel like more work in total. Early in the process, old resentments can sometimes target the system, making things worse.

But, if you can get to a place where both partners sincerely try, you will be busier AND happier. If you choose to play, the time you spend on Fair Play tasks the grind; emotional labor, etc.

The product description says this book comes with a game. The game is described in the book but there are not any cards.

It directly addresses the insidious details that lead couples to bicker and build up resentment. Fair Play is a beautifully written roadmap to navigate the smooth running of a household in true partnership.

What's more, it creates a space for partners to have meaningful conversation that often get overlooked in merely assigning "to-do's.

Nothing this exciting has hit the bookstore in years. If only I had this book 20 years ago when married, then going thru a divorce and ending up a single parent.

It is a must read for anyone in a relationship with or without kids. Great, great book!! For that reason, I think this book is validating and makes me feel like I'm not alone and I'm not being ridiculous, which is very valuable since I was starting to think my expectations were unrealistic.

On the other hand, because this book is written by a woman, from a woman's perspective, and for a woman audience, I have found it difficult for my partner to understand why I want to make his busy schedule even busier and play a "chores game" with him without him reading something with which he can truly relate - as I did with this book.

For that reason, I think it would be most helpful for the author's spouse or a male friend, etc. I absolutely loved this book! It really is a must read for any couple who wants to find balance in their domestic life.

Eve Rodsky developed an easy to implement system for couples to help divide up domestic responsibility and it actually works.

I truly believe this book has transformed my marriage while bringing positive change to my life. I am sharing this with all my friends-male and female-who I know are still recovering from the trauma of transitioning from a pre-kid love affair with 2 equal partners to a full-on family corporation with a ton of competing interests and stress.

This book is so relatable -it was an honest reflection of so many moments that my husband and I relate to. And it shares solutions for appreciating your partner and supporting each other to live a full and rich life!

A new playbook for treating your family like the most important organizational structure in your life and bringing intention, planning, enthusiasm, compassion and strong communication to the household.

See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. We are a professional working couple with 2 under 4 and I saw this book recommended and I thought it would be a good idea to re balance the work load as I was constantly overwhelmed.

In my experience sharing this with friends the man has never responded well to the book which is an issue in itself. Save yourself some money and just divide jobs in the house.

I think that really helps the overwhelm but apart from that, not a good balanced book for couples who are looking for help. The tips in this book and method suggested are excellent.

If I gave this book to my husband to read he would really take offence to that and it would turn him off the idea. Would appeal to an even larger audience and same sex couples as well.

No need to put down men as a general whole to make the excellent suggestions this book provides. This is a must read for couples with kids. I actually loved the concept of and chapter about unicorn space.

Thank you Eve for writing this. I know for myself that this has been a long time coming. Absolutely loved this book although I felt a bit cheated but all the you tube adds with cards that were big and made of card stock.

When I got the book there were no cards, I had to go online and print them for free but they are 2x2 inches big. Report abuse. This book is perfect for anyone in a relationship!

Clearly and easily lays out how to work with your partner to identify roles for each person to work together as a team! I am going to be recommending this book to all of my friends!

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  1. Tojasida

    Und worauf wir stehenbleiben werden?

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