Girls Night #182: Super Busy Seasons: How to Bring Order to the Chaos — with Emily Ley

Hey friends! Welcome to Girls’ Night! I’m so excited about today’s episode. Today we’re talking about super busy seasons of life, and how we can bring some order to the chaos! Our guest for this episode is Emily Ley. Emily has been on the show once before, but she’s someone I’m endlessly inspired by, so I’m so thrilled to have her back! Emily is the founder of Simplified, a brand of planners and organizational tools for busy women. Her newest book, Sure as the Sunrise is 100 daily meditations on God’s mercy and delight to greet each morning with hope and joy. Along with being an author and entrepreneur, she’s also a wife, a mama of three kids, a friend, a woman of faith and so much more.  She truly does it all and in this episode I pick her brain on how she makes it all happen! (And the quick answer to that question is, “She doesn’t do it alone!) Here are just a few of the things she’s going to share about in the episode: How to structure our days to make everything run more smoothly  What tools and resources have been most helpful for keeping her schedule organized   How to figure out what to say no to How to prioritize what’s most important in your life, your family's life, and in your business’s life And how to stay consistent in your faith when life feels really busy If you’re feeling stressed out with a busy schedule, or just want to make your everyday life a little easier and more efficient, Emily’s tried-and-true systems are going to be a game-changer for you!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

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Each week on the podcast, one of Stephanie’s girlfriends comes over to chat about a topic that is central to our hearts as women. They talking about friendship, faith, relationships and self-confidence—as well as our calling in life and how to create a life we love! Each episode feels like that conversation that takes place around the kitchen island, late at night in your comfiest sweatpants, a La Croix in one hand and a slice of pizza in the other, where wisdom and laughter abound.