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No Regrets Podcast With Kate
49 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
What Happens When You Become Sober Curious
In this episode, Angela Lawson and Jen Schulte share their journey and experience with being sober curious. Sober Curious is a cultural movement exploring life without alcohol. Both fairly new to their journey, Angela 60 days sober and Jen 30 days sober, they open up about their relationship with alcohol and the many benefits of not drinking. If you have been thinking about a sober lifestyle, below are the books and resources Jen and Angela recommend: The Unexpected Joy of Being Sober Tired of Thinking About Drinking, book and Belle's blog. We Are The Luckiest Sober Curious Kick the Drink Easily Follow now @noregretspodcastwithkate.
44 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Why We Make Bad Choices & How to Change Them
In this episode, Angela and I discuss choices, mostly when it comes to unhealthy habits. By no means have I perfected this, however, it's helpful to talk through it with someone. Angela feels it's more about being rebellious, no one is going to tell her what to do. For myself, it's self-betrayal and ingrained belief systems. To learn more, please read the blog post I wrote about feeling physically crappy yet I kept making bad choices. We discuss giving up sugar, alcohol, emotional eating and more. For a limited time, my book is free to download on Smashwords. Resources as discussed in this episode: David Ji and Your Holistic Psychologist, Dr. Nicole LePera, the Unexpected Joy of Being Sober and Dr. Joe Dispenza.
32 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
Grounding & the Global Pandemic
I'm with co-host Angela Lawson today to talk about how important it is to ground, not only during this challenging time but in general. We give our perspective on the many opportunities to grow during this global crisis, the planetary alignments and what we can do to help alleviate some of the anxiety. Angela mentions the increased availability of free online resources. You can find a list on her website. The full documentary of The Earthing Movie is available, free, on YouTube. Find Angela on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To learn more about my story, visit my website and follow me on Instagram @noregretspodcastwithkate.
66 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
Feel the Fear & Do It Anyway
Today, I have a co-host. I have asked Angela Lawson back to the No Regrets Podcast with Kate to talk about FEAR. "Fear IS the disease" says, Shaman Isabella Stoloff in her live video recording dated March 13, 2020. Recorded on March 9, 2020 with the full moon in Virgo, Angela talks a little about what this full moon means. She says it is in part being a service to others. With the current situation of the Coronavirus and how everyone is talking about being kind to others, this is our opportunity to do so…being kind to one another and be of service. Listen to hear Angela talk through her biggest fear of disappointing others and perfectionism — Her fear, "if I can’t do it perfectly then I don’t want to do it". As a chakradance facilitator, I asked Angela to briefly go through each chakra for those who may not have knowledge of these energy centers and how we can have blocks that hold us back or keep us in fear. Check out my blog post on limiting beliefs and how you can break free from them. Find Angela on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
58 minutes | Feb 6, 2020
Heart & Liver Transplant Recipient Rachel Sullivan
February is heart month and in this episode, I speak with Rachel Sullivan who recently underwent a heart AND liver transplant. I'm simply in awe of her, not only for her speedy recovery but her attitude. Both Rachel and I have a congenital heart disease. We share our experiences and our belief in miracles, divine intervention and everything happening for a reason. In honor of heart month, the Adult Congenital Heart Association has a goal of raising $100,000 in their 2020 Heart Challenge. The Meil Family Foundation will match 50% of every donation of $25 or more that is made to ACHA in February. Donations will be matched up to the first $50,000 raised. To learn more about my story, visit my website and follow me on Instagram @noregretspodcastwithkate.
65 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
Trusting Yourself in 2020 with Shaman Isabella Stoloff
Shaman Isabella's journey has been quite the wild ride. From drug addiction and spending time in prison to an acting and public speaking teacher to shamanic healing, Isabella says energy medicine changed her life. Trusting the universe has your back, manifesting abundance, worry consciousness, karma, bringers of light and so much more are discussed in this episode. Remember we are divine magical beings and but one vibratory note in the universe, what frequency do you wish to vibrate at? Find Shaman Isabella on all social media channels: Facebook: Shaman Isabella Stoloff Instagram: @shamanisabella and @orangecountyhealingcenter YouTube: Isabella Stoloff Twitter: @isabellastoloff To contact and learn more about Shaman Isabella, visit her website at https://orangecountyhealingcenter.com/. To sign-up or see the details of her 6-week Awaken the Creator Within online course starting January 27, 2020, visit her Events page. Shaman Isabella shares more of her story in her latest video interview with Tanna Marshall.
63 minutes | Jan 16, 2020
Military Spouse, Housewife & Chakradance Facilitator Angela Lawson
Angela may be a rare-breed in this day and age. She loves being a "nester", a housewife and a mom. For her there is comfort in having a foundation after being a flight attendant before meeting her husband. When it comes to making plans, she has always gone by the seat of her pants and trusts what her heart and gut tell her. But when she started drinking more and feeling depressed knowing she wasn't living her purpose when she "should" be feeling grateful for a wonderful job and living in retirement with her husband on the Big Island of Hawaii, she asked for a sign and you won't believe what happened! Angela discusses how her & her husband were an "anomaly" in military life because of her spiritual path. Angela is a reiki healer and recently became a facilitator for chakradance and is practicing pranic healing.
76 minutes | Dec 19, 2019
Deborah Shea: Fitness Competitor to Spiritual Healer & Teacher
Today, Deborah Shea is a spiritual healer, teacher of ancient wisdom, psychic medium and channel. She has been instrumental in assisting me in my own journey to heal my emotional trauma through energy healing and intuitive counseling. In this episode, Deborah opens up about her journey with: the trauma she experienced as a child how she was able to "check-out" and hide from the abuse and bullying how she found herself as a national level fitness competitor and a young woman in business how being in business caused her to "live dead even though she made a lot of money" and how she lost everything! I invite you to listen to her story with an open mind. She's a fantastic healer not only because of her education but because of her life experience. Deborah explains how our emotions cause disease and ailments within the physical body & how we can heal those around us by healing ourselves. Deborah is located in Orange County, Calif. She often teaches at the Heart Space OC formerly known as the School of Multidimensional Arts & Sciences. You can find her on Facebook, YouTube or email her at email@example.com.
9 minutes | Dec 5, 2019
2020: A New Year, A New Decade
Change is coming, are you ready?! 2020 is a HUGE year for change, not only for us as individuals but for humanity. You have a choice, go with the flow or resist. Resisting will only cause more struggle. I was meditating and while I know this message is for me, this message is also for many of us which is why I decided to record it. It's a quick episode however, maybe this is just another sign to convince you what you are feeling, is real.
54 minutes | Nov 27, 2019
Living Each Year Like It's Your Last with Emily Earhart
Emily is the Southern California Regional Development Leader for the Adult Congenital Heart Association. In this week's episode, she shares her story of having Shone syndrome, a congenital heart defect. She was diagnosed at 6 months, went into heart failure at age 15 and has had four open heart surgeries. We discuss the medical advancements that has helped adults with a congenital heart disease live longer and the ability to not only have a good quality of life, but thrive! Once she started to feel better, she wanted to devour this thing called life and seize every moment. Listen now to learn why she feels having a congenital heart disease is one of the greatest things to happen to her.
51 minutes | Nov 21, 2019
Laughter is the Best Medicine with Comedian Denise Carter
Denise's father passed away in 2013 of prostate cancer. Comedy and laughter has helped her process the loss of her father. Denise speaks freely about her journey, having her first child at the age of 15 and how she has hustled to provide for her family. Today, Denise has been named 805's Favorite Female Comedian three years in a row! You can see her perform live at Levity Live in Oxnard on December 18, 2019. You can learn more about her story on her website and find her on all social media channels @comediandenisecarter.
69 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
Gigi Fusco Meese on How One Phone Call Changed Her Life
"Grand Master Rockin' G" as Gigi is known to her grandchildren, shares the heartbreaking story of losing her husband to glioblastoma multiforme stage 4 (brain cancer). Gigi volunteers at the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center in Westwood where her husband passed away to assist other families who are going through what her and her family went through. Richard Vernon Meese: September 6, 1954 - July 21, 2018 (age 63).
62 minutes | Nov 7, 2019
Susan Franke - What We Have In Common
Susan and I share the same congenital heart disease: tetralogy of Fallot. We compare our experiences and talk about life from the perspective of having a life-long illness, an "invisible" illness, how Susan appropriately describes it. To read the article Susan wrote for the Mayo Clinic, download it here. If you or someone in your family has a congenital heart disease, know, they will need life-long care. Visit the Adult Congenital Heart Association website to learn more and locate resources near you.
13 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
How I Met Mark Wahlberg - Pure Divine Alignment
This is proof, the Universe works in mysterious ways to align us with our desires. I have been a fan of Mark Wahlberg since the 1990's. I knew I wanted to share the story, after all these years of being a fan, of how I finally met him. I either wanted to share it in a blog post or on this podcast. I figured verbally sharing this story would be better because I am not sure I would be able to articulate just how it all came together. When I told my friends and family how I found myself driving to LA from Orange County in evening rush hour to meet Mark Wahlberg, it was almost unbelievable. Here is the link to the Alchemy In You video I mention in this episode. Listen at the 3:40 mark for at least 20 seconds. (4:17, "tingles, tingles, tingles"....so appropriate!) And a HUGE thank you to my best friend who convinced me to go and took one for the team to make a long time dream of mine come true.
11 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
Telling Someone You Love Them: Why You Should Do It
In this episode, I talk about romantic love and the regret of not telling someone you love them. The full story of Denny is actually in my book, I Didn't Know I was Dying and How I Live(d). Visit my Instagram feed @noregretspodcastwithkate to see a photo of Denny and I the day he returned home from supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Please leave your comments or your story of telling someone you love them. To learn more about me, visit my website at thekatehutchinson.com.
80 minutes | Oct 16, 2019
Melinda Oschmann Shares Her Story of Losing Her Son to Addiction
In this heartfelt episode, Melinda shares her story of a long, high-pressured career in sales, a turbulent first marriage, adopting a son, and raising her grandson but the one thing that has shaped her the most is the loss of her older son Clayton, who succumbed to opiate addiction. Melinda talks about spending many years in the fast lane and how she has dealt with the death of her son. Now, at the age of 66, she has slowed down to enjoy life more and is following her passion of acting and storytelling. She has landed lead roles in plays, appeared in commercials and student films. Her next goal is to write her families stories. You can see Melinda’s work on her YouTube Channel. If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, Melinda wants you to know, the addicted loved one needs a support system to guide them to seek help. Most addicts don’t want to seek help on their own, but if a trusted family member offers to stick by & help them, they are more likely to give in. Also, relapse during rehabilitation is natural. Don’t give up! Narcotics Anonymous offers free meetings. Visit their website at na.org for a meeting near you. RIP Clayton Matthew Jenkins - April 13, 1979 - October 19, 2006
15 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
The Inner Child: We Are Simply Products of Our Environment
The notion of “we’re all just children inside trying to find our way in the dark” is a truth we sometimes forget. In today's episode, I talk about the inner child, or the child within. I believe the inner child is one of the primary keys to healing. Every one of us is stumbling not only to find each other, but to also find our way back to ourselves. You can read my blog post from November 2017, The Child Inside, on my website at thekatehutchinson.com.
59 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
The Universe Only Says Yes with Rev. Penni Honey
Reverend Penni Honey of Unity of Flagstaff is on the podcast today. As Penni says, she has lived a lot of life. She has also done all the "shoulds": marriage, raised children, a corporate career.... Through her work in hospice, ministry, spiritual coaching and counseling, she has seen first-hand how people deal with regret at the end of life but also agrees, many die with regret. Penni shares her meditation practice, wisdom and insight gained through nearly 60 years of life experience and her spiritual teachings. You won't want to miss her bubbly personality, infectious laugh and the joy that innately emanates from her. Fun fact about Rev. Penni, she loves acronyms. She shares three: CHANGE = Consistently Having A New Growth Experience NO = New Opportunity TRUST = To Rely Upon Spirit/Self Totally Join Rev. Penni live on YouTube every Sunday at youtube.unityofflagstaff.org. Should you wish to send her a message, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in learning more about my Denali, Alaska experience, my book, I Didn't Know I Was Dying and How I Live(d), is available on Amazon (Kindle and print) and wherever ebooks are sold.
78 minutes | Sep 25, 2019
Jacob Zetino: Army Veteran Turned Hollywood Producer & Screenwriter
At only 35 years old, Jacob in recent years has completed his military service, lived in Manhattan to study acting, went to dive school and worked as a diver before ultimately fulfilling his dream in Los Angeles attending film school and starting the award-winning Dapper Penguin Productions. Jacob grew up in Northern California wine country and has traveled the world and not just through the military. Listen to his journey to learn the challenges he faces starting a film production company in the heart of Hollywood, his motivation to keep going and what has made him so successful. Lastly, and most importantly, Jacob is passionate about Batman. Learn who Jacob's favorite Batman is and how the franchise came to be. Thank you for tuning in. You can follow the No Regrets Podcast with Kate and Dapper Penguin Productions on Instagram. To read more about Dapper Penguin Productions, visit their website at https://dapperpenguininc.com/.
15 minutes | Sep 23, 2019
The Truth: The Real Reason I Took A Break
I'm returning to the No Regrets Podcast with Kate after nearly a four month hiatus. While I did need a break, the truth is, I was sick. And not in the cold/flu sort of way. In the middle of May I started to feel terrible. I was tired all the time, I had no appetite then I started to become short of breath. I had just moved so I thought it was all stress from the move. By Memorial Day weekend, I was really feeling it. Then it hit me. If you know my story, then you know I have a congenital heart disease. I was sitting in my car feeling just awful when it hit me that something was seriously wrong. After the holiday weekend, I went straight to my cardiologist at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center. This is when I learned I had a 102 fever and a bacterial infection. I was admitted to the hospital immediately. I ended up spending an entire month in the hospital. In this episode, I talk about the lessons learned through this emotional experience such as my triggers, how life can change in an instant and more. Remember, all you owe anyone is your own happiness. I'm excited to return to the podcast and share with you the amazing guests and content I have this season. Be sure to listen to Season 1 and be ready for Season 2. Follow me on Instagram at @noregretspodcastwithkate. My wish for you is to live your very best life, to never wonder what if and live with #noregrets. p.s. I'm much better now. I look and feel healthy again.
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