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29 minutes | 6 hours ago
Ep. 102 Boost Your Natural Vitality and Renew this Spring
Spring is a time for new growth and fresh starts. In this episode we'll talk about one way we can boost our natural vitality by identifying and plugging the energy drains that keep us feeling stuck, tired, and burned out. No matter what is going on in the world, we can create good habits that will help us feel renewed and reenergized.
28 minutes | 7 days ago
Ep. 101 Jessica Lahey on Preventing Addiction in Our Kids
Prevention is the key when it comes to keeping our kids safe from addiction. Author of The Addiction Inoculation and The Gift of Failure, Jessica Lahey shares some strategies and her own story as a teacher, mom, and alcoholic. Contact: https://www.jessicalahey.com/
28 minutes | 14 days ago
Ep. 100 Tapping into Your Intuition with Amy Schuber
Learning to use our sixth sense, our intuition, can help us make better decisions and live with greater ease. In today's show intuitive business strategist and energy healer Amy Schuber tells us how to do it. Amy says "on the other side of the breakdown is the brilliance." Find Amy at www.amyschuber.com
29 minutes | 21 days ago
Ep. 99 How to Ease Overwhelm
When we are in a flurry of doing--working, playing, parenting, living full lives--we can wind up feeling depleted, overwhelmed, burned out. Listen to today's episode and learn how to avoid that kind of energetic crash. Simply Nifty: Read about earthing, as a means of grounding. https://www.healthline.com/health/grounding#the-science To learn more about living with vitality, be sure to pre-order You, Recharged, here https://amzn.to/37IHwhP and wherever books are sold.
24 minutes | a month ago
Ep. 98 The Real Way to Make a Positive Difference
Can we really make a positive difference in this world. Yep, and doing that might look different than what you think. Activism isn't violent, or damaging--it can even be quiet. Today we talk to Kate Hanley, author of How to Be a Better Person who tells us what it means to be an activist today and how we can use our skills and talents to make a positive difference in our communities. Contact Kate Hanley: www.katehanley.com
25 minutes | a month ago
Ep. 97 Living a Values-Based Life
If life feels hard and draining, if your days feel like a drag it could be because your behaviors don't align with what matters to you most. We can change that. Polly shares how she did that in her own life and how it helped her recharge. www.PollyCampbell.com And right now, you can pre-order Polly's book You, Recharged from your favorite neighborhood bookstore, or these sites: Amazon- https://amzn.to/37IHwhP Bookshop- http://bit.ly/3mEKJD8 Barnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/3pdIVCN https://bit.ly/3pdIVCN
20 minutes | a month ago
Ep. 96 Recharge Your Body with Movement
As part of our continuing series You, Recharged we talk with trainer and fitness expert Tonya Robson who tells us how to maximize our movement to strengthen our bodies and elevate our mood--just while we are wandering around the house. A customized workout routine and a little bit of creativity can help us get in shape and experience a natural high. Even five minutes can make a difference. T's Garage Fitness: https://tgaragefitness.com/
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 95 Winterize Your Mindset Ease the Blues
Feeling the winter blues? Here are some ways to manage your mindset to create better wellbeing, health, energy, and yes, even joy.
24 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 94 Launching Our Best Lives, Reaching Goaltopia
Time to recharge and start the New Year with vitality and energy and that means setting good goals. Goals that inspire us and drive us toward the things that add value, fun, and meaning. Author of the DEB Method Debra Eckerling explains how to reach our Goaltopia and live a healthier, happier life now and going forward. Debra Ecklerling: http://thedebmethod.com/
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 93 Expectations
Holding tight to expectations about what we'd like the New Year to bring can lead to more stress, upset, disappointment. Plus, we can't hold 2021 to the same expectations from previous years because the world has changed and so have we. Things are bound to be different, so take the pressure off. Don't expect anything, but be open to everything. By being realistic, proactive, and maintaining perspective, we can kick 2020 to the curb and move into 2021 feeling a whole lot better. Here's how.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 92 Simple, Meaningful Ways to Celebrate the Season
Celebrations don't have to require grandiose plans or fancy affairs, they can be quiet moments where we share our love and positive energy. By celebrating the moments of our lives this way, we tap into the goodness that exists even during hard times. Interview with Sherry Richert Belul: www.simplycelebrate.net Book: Say it Now: 33 Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life
22 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 91 Why Giving is Good For Your and the Causes You Care About
'Tis the season for giving, but before you start giving your time and money, here are some things to consider to make sure your contributions make a positive difference to the causes you care about. Chris Benninger, CEO and President of Guide Dogs for the Blind, talks about her non-profit work and how you can evaluate the causes and organizations that matter to you before you donate a dollar. And when you do give, you'll get a rush of good feeling from that Helper's High. Listen now and learn to be a smart giver this season and check out Guide Dogs for the Blind at www.guidedogs.com
24 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 90 Keeping it Simple
One thing I've learned this year is that keeping things simple helps me manage stress and create comfort. This got me thinking about minimalism and how clearing clutter from my mind, environment, and schedule has helped me become more purposeful and deliberate in my life. So what is minimalism and how can it help us create a more meaningful experience? We talk about it here.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 89 Easing the Pressure
Feel like you are running a never-ending endurance race this year? Fighting hard to get through the day? We've all been there but there are some strategies we can use to take the pressure off and feel better. Dr. Carrie Hastings, a licensed clinical and sport psychologist, and mental health clinician who works with the NFL's Los Angeles Rams football team, specializing in resilience and performance enhancement has some tips we can all use to get through. "It can get messy, it may not be pretty, but you will get through it and you can learn from it," Hastings says. And she shares some strategies that will help. I got through that. Carrie Hastings: www.drcarriehastings.com
38 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 88 Get Your Gratitude On
I didn't always believe it, and I certainly didn't practice it, not in the beginning, but I've since learned that the most practical way to raise the level of your life is to practice gratitude. Even during these crazy times, a regular practice of gratitude can make you healthier, happier, and more connected to the people you care about. In this episode we cover a few easy ways to get your gratitude on.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 87 Don't Be Bored!
Boredom can trigger depressed moods and bad habits, but how can we keep things interesting even when we are stuck in the mundane of a daily routine? We'll cover some practical, boredom-busting strategies in this episode. And, we'll also explain how deliberate stillness can actually be an antidote to boredom and foster our creativity.
28 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 86 Make Your Own Happiness
One way to experience more happiness is to believe you can be happier. In this episode, we talk about the research and the strategies that can help us feel happier no matter what's going on the world.
26 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 85 This Can Change the World
Choose compassion. Not only will you help others who are struggling, but the choice will boost your mood, improve your heart health, and leave you feeling better no matter what's going on in the world. Here's how to do it.
23 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 84 Working Better from the Home Office
Remote work has become the reality for millions of us now and Laura Vanderkam, author of The New Corner Office offers plenty of tips to make working at home more fun, efficient, and productive. Check out more of Laura Vanderkam's work at www.LauraVanderkam.com
21 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 83 How to Cut the Cravings
I've added some pandemic pounds this year by loading up on comfort food, but I've cut my craving for ice cream and other high-carb snacks and I'm feeling better. In today's show, we cover some science-backed strategies that might help you do it too.
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