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63 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Death and Money
In our latest episode, Julie and Michelle chat with estate planner, Kristen Rajagopal and financial advisor, Charlotte Geletka, about death and money. How to revisit or perhaps, create (!), a will and how to responsibly plan for our financial futures. Charlotte Geletka is a registered representative of and offers security and advisory services through Lincoln Financial Advisors, a broker-dealer (member SIPC) and registered investment advisor.
68 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Achieving Flow: In Conversation w. Zee Clarke
Zhalisa "Zee" Clarke is the founder of Reclaiming Flow, which aims to help Black women and women of color achieve flow state in the workplace. Listen and learn about Zee's road to founding Reclaiming Flow, why flow state is so critical for women in the Black community and communities of color, quick ways to tackle anxieties, long term flow methods to incorporate in a daily routine, and the classes she offers to help empower women to make the choices they need to achieve flow.
57 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Tomorrow Will Always Be Better
We talk with Dr. Jinnie Page about her family's journey through her son's childhood cancer diagnosis. How she talked with him about his disease, answering his tough questions, how she managed to take care of herself - and all during a pandemic. This episode was recorded in the Summer of 2020.
69 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
Are the Kids Alright?
Dr. Carli joins again to discuss a topic on top of every family's mind - how is my child being affected by the pandemic? We talk about how kids are coping, ways we can help them, and signs to look out for when it's time to get help.
80 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
We're Back: Hindsight 2020
We're Back! Michelle, Julie, and Ginger Ann (in case you forgot who we are) gather in the studio for the first time since the world shut down in the Spring of 2020 to ramble, rant and reminisce about all things, well, 2020.
67 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
Education Advocation with Betsy Metcalf
We talk with Betsy Metcalf, a consultant with Education Connection Advisors, about how to best advocate for your child when it comes to education: what environment is best for your child, questions to ask teachers about your child's learning strengths, advocating for children with learning needs, and more.
73 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
A Matter of the Heart: An Adoption Story
Dr. Holly Heaton shares her adoption story with us. One that starts with a healthy baby, journeys through heart failure, and takes us through the heartache of nearly crossing the finish line of adoption multiple times. Hear how her story ends!
75 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
Nurturing Your Roots & Sparking Growth
In episode 16 we are in conversation with Elaine Dinos, founder of Kindred Lane. Kindred Lane works with individuals, organizations, and communities to help them reconnect with their values and inspire "creative, natural solutions to solve challenges on their path." Elaine's work is especially important during this "Great Pause." We walk through high level concepts of wellness and personal growth, as well as concrete practices to help us nurture our roots so that we can "spark and sustain healthy growth" during this interesting time.
65 minutes | Apr 25, 2020
Julie is our friend and community member. She is an attorney (a litigator), has three children, and her husband was diagnosed with Covid19 in March. She shares her husband's journey through testing, diagnosis and symptoms, as well as her experiences as a spouse, a mom, a full-time employee and all of the other duties she has had to pick up during quarantine.
78 minutes | Mar 17, 2020
Science Sarah: STEM, Experiences & Nature Deficit Disorder
Our favorite science aficionado, Sarah Caughron (a.k.a. "Science Sarah") chats with us about kids and STEM, Experiences and Nature Deficit Disorder.
60 minutes | Mar 10, 2020
Coronavirus: Insight from an Epidemiologist
We talk with Dr. Allison Chamberlain, an infectious diseases epidemiologist at Emory, on the current state of Coronavirus , what we can do to protect ourselves and our communities, and best resources for information.
78 minutes | Feb 27, 2020
Healing Through Yoga & Meditation: In Conversation w. Georgia Deane
Georgia's discovery of yoga was the result of an injury, but the practice and meditation became so much more for her - healing trauma and emotion both past and present. Georgia also discusses her very personal, new non-profit, Live Free Yoga, which leads yoga teacher trainings to empower incarcerated individuals with leadership skills and self-rehabilitation to reduce the risk of recidivism.
81 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
Hope Through Loss
Kim bravely shares her story of infant loss. The fertility journey to getting pregnant, the dark days following the loss of her son, Whit, and the hope she and her family have found.
68 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
Dr. Carli: Tough Convos with our Kids
Have you talked to your kids about sex? puberty? social media? responsible phone use? the internet? Dr. Carli opens our eyes on all of these topics, in a very upbeat way, in addition to the importance of modeling behavior and fostering appropriate social behavior.
92 minutes | Feb 3, 2020
How to Responsibly Consume Media
We sit down with Roya Wolverson - whose resume includes work with The Wall Street Journal, Time and Atlantic Media's Quartz - to discuss the ever-changing media landscape and how to be a responsible consumer of news.
101 minutes | Jan 27, 2020
Sitting in the Mud: One Man's Self-Discovery Journey
Starting with a self-induced "cataclysmic event" in his life, Jonathan shares with us his journey of discovery and recovery.
79 minutes | Jan 20, 2020
Startup Inspo: Doug Gonterman and NumNum
Julie and Michelle start 2020 off with a brief intro to the New Year followed by their interview with Doug Gonterman, founder and CEO of NumNum. You're going to wish you had thought of this! Listen and get inspired to put your own ideas in motion!
82 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
NFP - LOL
Sylvia shares her story with grace and humor about following her heart through natural family planning, raising a child with down syndrome, and all of the unsolicited advice and commentary that comes along with having 6 children.
110 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
Big Feelings: Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder
Carol Taylor, Occupational Therapist and Owner/Director of PlayMatters joins us in conversation about the ins and outs of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) - recognizing the signs, when and how to get a diagnosis, the role of an occupational therapist, life in and beyond therapy, and so much more.
99 minutes | Nov 30, 2019
Impact vs. Intention: Talking Racism
Equity & Inclusion Coordinators, Jen and Vielka, walk us through the topic of racism - its definition and history, interrupting bias, putting in the work and, among many other things, how to have the conversation.
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