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52 minutes | 5 days ago
Menopause, Fight Club and Brad Pitt
Meet Catherine Balsam-Schwaber. She's smart, successful and CEO of Kindra, a company that just might rock your world. Together, Catherine and I bust the lid off menopause, including sleepless nights, hot flashes, mood swings and (believe it or not) the benefits of being a midlife woman in the midst of this change. About Our Guest: Catherine Balsam-Schwaber is known as a dynamic, results-oriented leader with a track record of delivering exceptional results in high pressure environments. She has extensive experience in business transformation with complex multi-platform products, strategy, marketing, creative leadership, revenue growth, media + advertising, subscription/OTT/DTC, communications and ecommerce. Catherine is the CEO of Kindra, an innovative self-care company for women in menopause. A life-long advocate for women’s health, Catherine joined Kindra to break down the stigma surrounding menopause care and support and empower women in mid-life through Kindra's science-backed formulas and community-building initiatives. In celebration of Forty Thrive's partnership with Kindra... Enter to WIN the full Kindra product suite ($170 value) including: • The Daily Vaginal Lotion + Aurora applicator • The Energy Supplement • The Sleep Supplement • The Core supplement. ENTER HERE! Plus, get 20% off Kindra site wide! Visit OurKindra.com and checkout using promo code: FORTYTHRIVE20 Mentioned in this episode: Join Kindra's online community
43 minutes | 12 days ago
How You (Yes, YOU) Can Find Your Mojo
Katy Garretson is a highly sought-after TV director and USC professor. But you may know her as host of the new podcast, Mojo Girl Madness. Katy is also one of my star amazing podcast launch students / clients who I've been working with for the past several months. In this episode, we dive into: What is Mojo and how do we find it? Authenticity and vulnerability and why it's the key to human connection. How finding balance is an inside job. Get 50% off my DIY podcast launch program through FYV Academy! About Katy: Katy Garretson has worked in film/TV production for 30 years. Her directing credits include last season’s BROKE and CAROL’S SECOND ACT, TWO BROKE GIRLS, THE COOL KIDS, FULLER HOUSE, THE ODD COUPLE, YOUNG & HUNGRY, REBA, GEORGE LOPEZ, SCHOOL OF ROCK, TITUS, GIRLFRIENDS, the new PUNKY BREWSTER reboot coming in 2021, and a bunch of shows you’ve likely never heard of. Katy is incredibly proud to have spent three seasons directing the PBS Kids’ series, SID THE SCIENCE KID, which was created using motion capture and digital puppetry. Katy has been nominated for a DGA Award for Outstanding Comedy Direction and several of her guest stars have been nominated for and/or received Emmy Awards. Along the way, she has also been an active member of the DGA – as an Associate National Board member, on numerous committees, and she also Chaired the AD/UPM Council for three terms. In 2012, Katy was honored with the DGA Frank Capra Career Achievement Award for both her long list of credits and her service to the guild. Beginning in 2013, Katy also produced a successful series of movies in Vancouver for The Hallmark Channel. Midway through her seventeenth movie of the series, though, her star was indicted in the college admissions scandal and... that was the end of that. She also took a break from showbiz for four years to be the CEO/Executive Director of the “I Have a Dream” Foundation, an educational non-profit for inner-city kids. Currently, in addition to directing, Katy teaches a graduate course on directing in the School of Cinematic Arts at her alma mater, the University of Southern California, and she hosts the new podcast MOJO GIRL MADNESS, now available on all major podcasting platforms.
42 minutes | 18 days ago
Abundance and Prosperity? Yes, PLEASE!
Today's episode kind of blew my mind and I think it might really be able to help you as well. Over the summer, I was feeling professionally stuck -- honestly, business felt like it was a little bit all over the place. I had a lot of things going on, but it just felt like a lot of struggle with not much gain. And so I invited Feng Shui expert Patricia Lohan into my office. To say that her simple tips changed everything for me is not an exaggeration. With her guidance and expertise, I've made some small changes throughout my home to create more harmony and balance and prosperity and abundance. Today, Patricia shares how you can get that as well. Join the Forty Thrive free and private community! Support Forty Thrive! About the Guest: Patricia Lohan is the creator of Feng Shui Mastery and Author of The Happy Home: A Guide To Creating A Happy, Healthy, Wealthy Life. Patricia Lohan helps women make their home magnetic to money, luck, and blessings. She shows you what they don't teach in school, what lies between the lines, your top secret tool for success. She is a feng shui expert, a healer, and a passionate female entrepreneur who has shaped her dream life living in Bali with her husband. Patricia has a gift at making feng shui simple and easy to understand and implement. She has helped thousands of people across the globe embrace feng shui and create lasting changes in their homes, lives, and businesses. Patricia has seen firsthand the power of the mind, surroundings, and inner healing, clearing and aligning everything so it works holistically. Connect with Patricia on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn or in her Powerhouse Feng Shui FB group.
68 minutes | a month ago
What If This Was Your Life?
It’s Election Day — so much is at stake for our country and its people. But as you know, this is not a political podcast. So for today, my plan was to give you a little comic relief by inviting on two hilarious, outspoken, brilliant women. Frances Callier and Angela V. Shelton are real life best friends who met at the world famous Second City Theatre and became what we know today as FRANGELA. But what I thought would be a funny, entertaining conversation — oh and it is — became so much more. We talk mental health, "cancel culture," why Frances wants to confront Val Kilmer and one of the most important questions you could possibly ask yourself. Our chat is lively, it’s super fun and it’s a huge opportunity to learn and grow — something as a woman nearing 50, I hope to do each and every day. About Frangela: You may recognize this genius duo from NBC’s “Bring The Funny,” or "I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here." They were featured on The Oprah Show on the “Best Standups in America” episode. They are well known for their commentary on VH1’s Best Week Ever and hilarity on the big screen in the hit films He’s Just Not That Into You and Slow Learners. They are also recurring fan favorites on HULU’S Quick Draw. Currently, they are appearing on The Sexy Liberal Virtual Tour, go to SexyLiberal.com for tickets. Listen to their podcasts “The Final Word” and “Idiot of the Week” where you find all your favorite podcasts. Connect with Frangela: Frangela.com Facebook Twitter Instagram Mentioned in this Episode: Forty Thrive: Midlife Crisis or Midlife Awakening Forty Thrive: Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life Forty Thrive: How to Start Over The Driven Woman Podcast If you're struggling with anxiety or other mental health challenges, the following resources are available to you. Better Help National Alliance on Mental Illness National Institute of Mental Health
32 minutes | a month ago
The Toxic 5: Foods to Avoid in Midlife and Beyond
Meet Kwavi Agbeyegbe, she's a life coach who believes women deserve to feel energized, confident and fiercely happy in their lives. Who doesn't want more of that? In this episode, we talk: • Maximizing Midlife • Giving up Alcohol • Mindful Eating • The Toxic 5 (foods we all should avoid) About Kwavi: Kwavi Agbeyegbe is a Certified Weight Coach/Life Coach and Retreat Creator that helps successful women manage their health, mindset and waistlines. Her passion is helping women in their 40’s and beyond master their health and wellness. Join Kwavi for her upcoming live virtual event "Now Is the Time" happening 11.7.2020. The event is focused on celebrating how far we've come and not letting the narrative surrounding midlife prevent them from going after what they want. REGISTER HERE Connect with Kwavi on: YouTube Instagram Facebook Featured Review: Amber B CC Forty Thrive is EXACTLY what you need if you’re feeling a bit lost in midlife. Jackie’s authenticity and generosity make you feel like a part of a secret club where your age is an advantage! This show is CAN’T MISS and should be added to your favs pronto!
30 minutes | a month ago
Why Bother? Who knew two little words could have so much power? On this week's episode, Jackie talks with author Jennifer Louden, author of Why Bother? Discover the Desire for What’s Next. If you're feeling stuck or wondering what your next move should be, this one's for you. Join our Forty Thrive free and private Facebook group! About Jennifer Louden: Jennifer's a personal growth pioneer who helped launch the concept of self-care with her first bestseller, The Woman’s Comfort Book. Since then, she’s written six additional books on well-being and whole living, including The Woman’s Retreat Book and The Life Organizer, with close to a million copies of her books in print in nine languages. Her newest is Why Bother? Discover the Desire for What’s Next. Jennifer has spoken around the world, and has written a national magazine column for a Martha Stewart magazine, been quoted in two of Brené Brown’s books, and has appeared on hundreds of TV programs, radio shows, and podcasts—even on Oprah. Connect with Jen on her website, on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Get Why Bother? FREE with a 30 day trial of Audible! Your free trial includes: 1 credit (2 credits for Prime members), good for any premium selection titles you like—yours to keep. The Audible Plus Catalog of podcasts, audiobooks, guided wellness, and Audible Originals. Listen all you want, no credits needed. Plus, a friendly email reminder before your trial ends. Visit AudibleTrial.com/40
28 minutes | 2 months ago
Look and Feel 10 Years Younger!
Raise your hand if you've ever looked at a woman who does yoga and envied not only how grounded, centered and balanced she is, but those arms and shoulders are serious workout goals. Same. Now imagine the results you could see if you were to do Face Yoga. Yes, face yoga. It's a thing. The team at Face Yoga Method reached out to me a while back and introduced me to this phenomenon. Led by founder Fumiko Takatsu, Face Yoga Method is an all natural practice that consists of non invasive facial exercises that tone facial muscles, improve complexion and smooth wrinkles. It’s a holistic approach focusing on mind/body/spirit and boasts side effects like amazing posture and more self confidence. Yes, please! I will admit. I was skeptical. But take a listen to my interview with Fumiko and it’s like DUH! Of course this works! They’re about to announce a big sale over at Face Yoga Method, including their flagship 6-week Face Toning Bootcamp that can take 10 years off your face. TEN YEARS. Are you ready to get a full face and neck transformations in LESS THAN 2 MONTHS? Join Fumiko Takatsu and Jackie for a LIVE Face Yoga Method session in our FREE and private Facebook group Friday, October 16th at 2:30pm PT / 5:30pm ET. About our guest: Fumiko Takatsu (founder and CEO) of the Face Yoga Method brings her 15 years of practice and personal experience into the Revolutionary Pro-Aging Method that has been impacting thousands of lives, hers included! Following a nearly fatal car accident that threw her hip, shoulder and head off-kilter, Fumiko developed what is today The Face Yoga Method. With over 80 facial postures geared toward working on any area of the face, she has helped men and women worldwide replace cosmetic procedures 100% naturally! Connect with Fumiko at FaceYogaMethod.com Instagram Facebook Face Yoga Method Community YouTube Pinterest Featured Review: MelW010 (Canada) “Thank you Jackie for being the voice for all of us on the Forty Thrive Podcast. I truly admire you and everything you have done throughout your career and on. Just when I was ready to close the door on podcasts for me - over forty mom, I found you just in time. Thank you for making me feel normal, valuable and heard.”
42 minutes | 2 months ago
When Your Child Comes Out as Transgender
Meet Dr. Paria Hassouri, a pediatrician, mother of three, transgender rights activist, and author of Found in Transition: A Mother's Evolution During Her Child's Gender Change. I met Paria in 2019 while my family was going through our own transition, when one of our children came out as transgender. Paria and her family were a little bit ahead of us, going through a transition of their own with their teenage daughter. Now while you may not be familiar with transgender children or transgender issues and challenges, Paria's story is universal to any mom, really any human, who at one time believed that life would look one way until a bomb is completely dropped. Through Paria's story, you can feel her slowly begin to grow, find acceptance and express the unconditional love that was always within her. But it wasn't pretty and it wasn't easy. Get Found in Transition absolutely free with a trial of Audible. Your FREE 30 day trial comes with: 1 credit good (2 for any Amazon Prime member) for any premium selection titles you like -- yours to keep. You also get the Audible Plus Catalog of podcasts, audio books, guided wellness and audible originals. Listen, all you want. No credits needed. And... you'll get a friendly email reminder before your trial ends. How many times have you done a free trial and end up paying for the thing that you don't even want because you forgot to cancel it Audible will actually send you a reminder. No risk! CLICK HERE About Our Guest: Paria Hassouri is the author of Found in Transition: A Mother's Evolution During Her Child's Gender Change. A pediatrician, mother of three, and transgender rights activist, her essays have been published in The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Huffington Post. A proud Iranian-American, she spent her formative years in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and currently resides and practices in Los Angeles. Resources: GLAAD National Center for Transgender Equality The Trevor Project CDC PFLAG
47 minutes | 2 months ago
How Do I Get a New Job?
If you're on the search for a new job opportunity, want to get further in your current career, or just start over doing something totally different, this episode is pure gold. Amber Beam is on a mission to eradicate soul-sucking jobs everywhere! With 15 years in HR as an I-O Psychologist, she’s seen it all! Now she’s throwing back the curtain to reveal what you really need to know to win over skeptics in HR. If you're thinking “it’s too late” or “I don’t think I have enough experience,” we're about to kick those thoughts to the curb. In this episode, we talk: How to stand out among the crowd when searching for a new job or gig What do do when you keep running into the O word — overqualified How to use your “soft skills” to rock any interview How and when to take a position that may be a step backward 4 simple steps to win anyone over on linked in Featured Review Thank you, Kinmaine, for this awesome review on Apple Podcasts! This podcast is the manual for finally living in alignment and living YOUR best life. Jackie is an incredible interviewer with a true gift for clarity, hilarity and asking the questions we all want to ask. I highly recommend adding this one to your library. If you'd like to be featured on a future episode, leave a review where you listen to Forty Thrive. It's so appreciated! Get Amber's FREE and paid resources at amberbeam.com. Connect with Amber on Facebook and Instagram. Join us in the Forty Thrive FREE and private community!
44 minutes | 2 months ago
What the Heck is Human Design?
What is Human Design and how can you use it to become the most successful and fulfilled you? According to today's guest, Human Design Reader, Certified Coach and Podcaster, Kelsey Abbot, Human Design is a system that combines astrology, the chakras and the Kabbalah Tree of Life. Kelsey adds, "This is how I describe it: Years ago, your soul got called to Earth School, but before it enrolled, it selected your blueprint, your style and a whole bunch of gifts. And then it decided exactly when and where it would come to Earth. Human design allows us to see all the choices your soul made for you." About Kelsey: Kelsey Abbott is an intuitive Human Design Reader, a Certified Professional Coach, Instigator of Joy and the host of the Find Your Awesome podcast. She helps spiritual adventurers remember who they are and why they’re here so they can up-level with ease. She believes that the universe wants us to be sparklyAF and that joy is our natural state. When Kelsey isn't playing in her business, she's bringing curiosity, play and joy to triathlon--a sport she races as an elite amateur. Connect with Kelsey on her YouTube channel, Inspiration Station.
9 minutes | 2 months ago
Are You Ready?
Welcome to Season 2 of Forty Thrive! We're back and more committed than ever to provide you the tools you need to thrive in midlife and beyond. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to Forty Thrive on your favorite podcast app! Featured Review: Thank you, Janelle, for the kind words! I'm so glad I found this podcast. Jackie style is direct on point and easy to listen to. The content is rich and relevant for women navigating life after 40 I'm in my sixties now, but these topics still relate and are so uplifting and positive. This is a must podcast for any woman over 40 and beyond. Join our FREE and private community!
36 minutes | 3 months ago
You Deplete Me
It's our Top 10 Forty Thrive episodes of all time... with the insightful psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser. ------------------------ We’re taking on some of the biggest challenges women over 40 face every day with psychotherapist and relationship expert, Stacy Kaiser. Stacy is just as passionate as I am in helping you live the life you really want — and she’s got some amazing experience to help make it happen. Some of the topics we cover: Dating over 40 and the red flags you should definitely notice What we can do NOW to create a future of happiness The secret we can learn from millennials Why we’re depleted and what we can do about it The Power of NO And why late afternoon pajamas are the best idea EVER About our guest: Stacy Kaiser is a licensed psychotherapist, relationship expert and media personality and author of How to Be a Grown Up: The Ten Secret Skills Everyone Needs to Know. Stacy was the resident psychotherapist on VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club, Lifetime’s DietTribe, Investigation Discovery’s Fatal Vows, parenting expert on The TODAY Show and Good Morning America, and regular guest expert on Steve Harvey and The Doctors. She’s worked with the FBI, Los Angeles Fire Department, Los Angeles Unified School District… but her most coveted role is as my guest on today’s Forty Thrive podcast (well, duh!). Are you enjoying the Forty Thrive podcast? There are three things you can do that will make all the difference! SUBSCRIBE – it’s literally one simple button and will allow the show to automatically be updated on your favorite podcast app SHARE IT WITH A FRIEND — you know the one, she needs this episode! And to make it easier for you, you can always share it directly from HERE RATE AND REVIEW — Apple Podcasts and other apps are all about confusing algorithms. So the more activity they see, the more people will discover the show. Everything helps!
66 minutes | 3 months ago
What's Happening to My Skin?
The ladies in our community loved this #2 episode. If you're ready to improve your skin health from the inside out, this one's for you! We all want to have better skin as we age over 40, 50 and beyond. It’s possible! Our Forty Thrive skincare expert reveals the secret to a plump, youthful complexion. Plus, are you making this common mistake during your skincare routine? She says it’s quite possible! Mentioned in this episode: Colorscience Sunscreen Daily UV Essentials Find an Osmosis Beauty skincare expert near you Osmosis Skincare Enzyme Cleanse Osmosis Skincare Nourishing Moisture Osmosis Skincare Growth Factor Serum Osmosis Skincare DNA Repair C Serum Calm Vitamin A Serum LED (Light emitting diodes) Nelly De Vuyst BIO FEMME Elle Cleansing Foam Bio Medical PH Toner Meet Our Guest: Kathleen Szabados is a licensed Esthetician, Make-up Artist and Pilates Instructor. Kathleen takes great pride and pleasure in helping her clients look and feel their very best. With the proper products, skin care routine and fitness program, everyone can achieve this goal at any age. She continues to stay on the cutting edge of new technology and skin care treatments, constantly evolving her service offerings. She feels very lucky to have cultivated such a fulfilling career in skincare and is extremely thankful for her fantastic and loyal clientele. Kathleen’s Wellness Center is based in Santa Clarita, CA and can be reached HERE.
103 minutes | 3 months ago
Share the Sh*t
This might not only be one of my all time favorite podcast conversations… but one of my favorite conversations — period. If you’re ready to get real… raw and work through some of the pain you’ve been holding onto, THIS is the episode for you. But don’t be fooled — it’s also filled with a whole lot of laughs and some seriously colorful language. So headphones are a must if you’re at work or around the littles. ‘Cause in this episode, we #sharetheshit Meet Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Melody Murray Parks. Not only does Melody work as a mental health evaluator in a Seattle ER while also running her own private practice, she’s also had an eventful career in TV, worked as an actor, hosted a children’s show and performed standup comedy. Two minutes after meeting Melody, you’ll be all “of course she did.” Read Melody’s post: A Therapist’s Journey to Radical Self Care Plus, Melody answers questions from the Forty Thrive community: How to deal with anxiety How to deal with being laid off Are women in midlife over medicated? Why? About Melody: I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Child Mental Health Specialist in private practice. I also work as a Mental Health Evaluator in the ER at Seattle Children’s Hospital and co-facilitate Suicide Assessment and Treatment trainings for the nursing staff. I also do presentations on topics including: Suicidal Ideation, Self-Care, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Mental Health & Social Media and Secondary Trauma. I am a solution-focused clinician with a direct, casual, yet interactive approach. I help my clients learn positive ways to manage negative thought patterns, unwanted behavioral responses, process experiences that create fear, shame and sadness. I help my clients love and accept themselves again OR, for the very first time. Before becoming a therapist, I spent several years working in film, television and casting as a producer and director. I was also an actor, hosted a children’s show and performed standup comedy. I have a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles. I am a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists as well as the Producers Guild of America. I am currently writing a book on Adolescent Suicidal Ideation. Sponsor: This episode of Forty Thrive is brought to you by Qunol Liquid Turmeric. Get 15% Off + FREE Shipping – Qunol.com Mentioned in this episode: Inside Out (movie) Forty Thrive: From Bachelorette to Business Badass Forty Thrive: Life After The Bachelor (Part 2) Forty Thrive: Thriving through Transitions Robyn Lattaker-Johnson
66 minutes | 4 months ago
I'm Tired of Being Single Over 40
If finding love is on your priority list for 2020, or ready to take your love life to the next level, then this episode is for you. Feautured Guest: Damona Hoffman is a dating coach and media personality who starred in A+E Networks’ TV series #BlackLove and A Question of Love. Damona preciously held creative executive positions at CBS, Paramount, and NBC Universal. Now, she hosts the Dates & Mates Podcast and contributes regularly to The Washington Post, CNN/HLN, Match.com, and BET.com in addition to coaching clients. Resources: Damona’s Profile Starter Kit Subscribe to Dates and Mates
38 minutes | 4 months ago
Starting Over is Totally Possible
Starting over is nothing new for the ladies in the Forty Thrive community. New careers, new cities, new relationships and so many other big changes are taking shape. Diann Wingert is no stranger to starting over. The former therapist turned life coach recently uprooted her entire southern California life for a new adventure in Portland, Oregon. Hear what she thinks are the three things every woman over 40 must know and do before making a huge, life-altering change. Mentioned in this episode: Midlife Crisis or Midlife Awakening? Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life About Diann Wingert After two decades of being a successful therapist, Diann changed walked away from her private practice to become a masters level certified coach, helping women over 40 ditch their excuses,discover their courage and go after their most audacious goals. Diann passionately believes that this stage of life is the most powerful, if we are willing to let go of whatever is holding us back. Diann’s powerful combo of expertise on the midlife brain and menopause, coupled with her own unique personal experience makes her the go-to resource for women 40+. Personally, since turning 40, Diann has gotten divorced, raised her three children to adulthood, embraced Buddhism, traveled the world, gone skydiving, studied German, remarried and became a first time entrepreneur. Now in her 6th decade, Diann is looking forward to continuing to learn, evolve and defy her own limits. To connect with Diann, visit TheDrivenWoman.com.
1 minutes | 4 months ago
I Miss You!
Are you feeling uninspired…stuck… like you're not quite where you thought you'd be at this point of your life? You are not alone. I'm Jackie MacDougall, host of Forty Thrive, the podcast that connects you, a woman over 40, with experts, resources, tips and tools to not just survive midlife, but thrive through it. This September, we’ll be back with brand new episodes that will inform, entertain, but most of all, give you that swift (but loving) kick in the butt to start living the life you truly deserve. From career changes to body changes…and all the things in between that make us wonder ”What the heck is happening to me?” Subscribe to Forty Thrive today wherever you listen to podcasts.
47 minutes | 4 months ago
When You Feel Like Blowing Up the Internet
The 7th most popular Forty Thrive episode could not be more timely. At a time when we're debating more than ever, today's guest has some great tips for surviving life online. As the leader of the Forty Thrive private FB group, it’s sometimes a delicate dance when moderating a group of strong, passionate women. And I’m not the only one. Elsie Escobar not only co-manages a group of 13,000 women, she’s the community manager at my favorite podcast host, Libsyn. She’s as passionate as I am about helping women find their superpowers and share it with the world. As a leader in the online space, we’re sometimes subjected to some not-so-happy people. In this episode, I share a scenario I witnessed and how Elsie broke allllll the usual rules of the internet with her response to an angry post. Mentioned in this episode: Forty Thrive Episode 12 (with Elsie) Day One App Meet Our Guest: Elsie Escobar is a die-hard podcast junkie who lives, breathes and works the medium, and has since 2006. Elsie Escobar co-runs the largest community for women in podcasting with a corresponding podcast (of course) called She Podcasts. Their sole mission is to empower women to continue to share their voices while creating a safe community of podcasting education and support. Elsie was one of the first female indie podcasters using audio to teach yoga. Elsie’s Yoga Class has now been downloaded over 4 million times! Elsie has the unique perspective and expertise of a podcast listener, independent podcast producer, and podcasting industry analyst/personality. You can find Elsie online on FB, Twitter and IG @elsieescobar and check out Elsie’s NEW podcast Sobre Podcasting.
37 minutes | 4 months ago
Help! I Have an (Almost) Empty Nest
If you’re a parent living in an empty — or almost empty — nest, this episode is for you. Lisa Heffernan, co-founder of Grown and Flown, has made it her life’s work to support parents during what can be an extremely difficult transition. In the midst of guiding their own kids through this crazy transition, Lisa and her biz partner, Mary Dell Harrington, launched what has become the largest website and Facebook group for parents of fifteen to twenty-five year olds, earning them a spot on People Magazine’s 25 Women Changing the World in 2017. Now they’ve compiled new takeaways and fresh insights from all that they’ve learned into a handy, must-have guide. Get the Grown and Flown book today! Grown and Flown is a one-stop resource for parenting teenagers, leading up to—and through—high school and those first years of independence. It covers everything from the monumental (how to let your kids go) to the mundane (how to shop for a dorm room). Organized by topic—such as academics, anxiety and mental health, college life—it features a combination of stories, advice from professionals, and practical sidebars. Get the audio version of Grown and Flown for FREE! If you’re a fan of audio books like I am, you are definitely going to love this offer! Get a free month of Audible — and FREE audiobook download — at AudibleTrial.com/fortythrive. Mentioned in this episode: The Gift of Failure: How to Step Back and Let Your Child Succeed Meet 100 People: A How-To Guide to the Career and Life Edge Everyone’s Missing Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions into Adulthood Find Grown and Flown on: Facebook Instagram Twitter
120 minutes | 5 months ago
Stop Making Weight Loss So Damn Hard
If you’re looking to feel your absolute best without beating yourself up over being perfect, this is the episode for you. Courtney Townley, wellness expert and host of the Grace and Grit podcast is here! What I love about Courtney is how she’s evolved her business and her message into so much more than nutrition and exercise. Courtney takes such a gentle, holistic approach — she’s the go-to expert whether you’re at the beginning of your new health journey or just looking to up your game a bit. Original Episode
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