How To Be A Better Person with Kate H...

Start your day with one simple thing you can do in the next 24 hours to be your better self--not so you can be a perfect person. Or even a good person! Just... better.

I wrote the book "How to Be a Better Person" after "be a better person" topped the list of most popular New Year's resolutions for the first time ever. This podcast builds on the ideas in that book and is intended to be like the little angel on your shoulder, providing a counter narrative to the negative thoughts and impulses that are floating around both out there and inside your own head. My mission is two-fold: to help you keep growing, and to inspire you to use your power for good.

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Is Anger Good, or Bad? Both EP: 537
This week's episodes were inspired by a listener question about feeling angry all the time lately, and what to do about it. And since anger is definitely having a moment (all that cooped-up angst has to have somewhere to go), let's figure out what all...
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How Do You Feel When You’re Having Fun? EP: 536
Even when you’re busy and don’t feel like you have a lot of time to do things just for the fun of it, you can increase your experience of fun by tuning in to how fun feels in your body.
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Using Fun to Motivate You--It Is Possible EP: 535
Let’s face it: Adulting can be a real slog. The list of things to do and take care of can feel relentless. However, that does not mean that doing the things you need to do has to be boring, or tedious. You CAN use fun to goad yourself into doing...
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Feeling Fried? Might Be Time for the Healing Po...
Today I’m interviewing Dr. Rachel Allyn, a relationship and sex therapist and the author of the new book, The Pleasure Is All Yours: Reclaim Your Body’s Bliss and Reignite Your Passion for Life. After all fun and pleasure go hand in hand, and if...
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So, What ARE You Doing for Fun? EP: 533
In order to invite more fun into your life, it helps to give some thought to what you consider to be fun, and what you’ve been doing for fun lately, and objectively assess whether you might need to prioritize fun a little more. I think of it as...
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Let’s Have Some Fun EP: 532
I get that fun can feel frivolous, and that it’s easy to think that we should wait until things calm down before we even consider doing something just for the fun of it. But fun is not just enjoyable, but also it’s vital to our wellbeing and even...
9 min
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How to Make Multiple Meals Out of One Cooking S...
There are two kinds of people in this world: those who embrace leftovers, and those who turn their nose up at them. By the end of this episode, I hope you’ll be firmly in the embrace ‘em camp, if you’re not there already. 
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Cooking Doesn’t Start in the Kitchen...It Start...
We can’t talk about how to get better and making more of your own food without also talking about getting better about grocery shopping. After all, you can’t cook what you don’t have. 
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How to Figure Out What the Heck to Have for Di...
Let’s be honest, figuring out what to eat can also be overwhelming. So today, I’m interviewing Kate Schulz, co-host of the Dinner Sisters podcast, for her tips on how to figure out what the heck to have for dinner. Kate is a home cook through and...
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Cooking Strategies that Have Saved Me Weeks of ...
While you definitely don’t need any formal training to be a great home cook, having a couple techniques up your sleeve can make things a lot easier. So today I’m sharing three cooking strategies that, over the years, have saved me weeks of time. I...
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Food Week: 7 Easy Ways to Eat More Vegetables E...
We all know that vegetables are good for us, but few of us are eating as many as we probably ought to be. In fact, a survey commissioned by the food brand. Dr. Praeger's found that a quarter of Americans have never had a vegetable! So let’s talk...
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What Fall Is REALLY About EP: 526
Ok, yes, fall is busy, but it's about more than just being a busy little squirrel and hiding away your acorns for the winter to come (although it is about that too). Let's look at the deeper meaning--and opportunities--of fall so we can be intentional...
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How a Supportive Schedule Is Like a Song EP: 525
Instead of creating a rigid new schedule for fall, think about how making your schedule more like a song--with a consistent rhythm that can adapt to different circumstances, like verses (weekdays), choruses (weekends), and even shredding guitar solos...
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Self-Care for a Less Stressful Fall Transition,...
Today I’m talking with my go-to nutrition expert, Mary Sheila Gonnella, of Occidental Nutrition--a recurring guest on this podcast, a friend of mine, and a very talented and passionate nutritionist who blends traditional approaches,-like taking care...
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Let’s Face It. Transitions Suck EP: 523
Let’s just go ahead and admit it. Transitions can be really hard. And fall is a lot of transitions rolled into one--changes in weather, in schedules, and overall energy. I share two ways to help you feel more stable and safe during this wonky time.
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Getting Back in the Healthy Swing After the Exc...
Right about now, it is easy to be feeling like you’ve gotten off track with your healthy habits. Maybe your bedtime has crept later, and if you have kids, so has theirs. Maybe it felt too hot to cook so you got really into eating more stuff like...
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The Things We Feel Shame About EP: 521
So very many of us have experienced something that makes us feel ashamed, and that shame can worm its way into your subconscious and make you feel like deep down inside, you are a bad person. Something that we’re scared that if people knew the truth...
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Why Can’t I Stick With My Healthy Habits? I Kno...
I don’t know about you, but I find it comforting to know that humans have been backsliding for thousands and thousands of years! It’s not a question of if it will happen, but when. And therefore, not something that means you’re a bad person....
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Does Lying Make You a Bad Person? EP: 519
Whether you’re telling a little fib, or blatantly telling someone something that isn’t true, or even NOT telling someone something that IS true, dishonesty is often one of those things that triggers a visit from the “am I a bad person?”...
15 min
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I’m Always Running Late and Forgetting Stuff--A...
Today’s trait is running late and forgetting stuff and therefore, potentially letting other people down. Let me just say, I FEEL this one.
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Are You a Bad Person If You’re Impatient? EP: 517
This week on the podcast I want to flip things and instead of talking about being a better person, to spend a little time talking about the things we all sometimes do that can leave us wondering, am I a bad person? When I surveyed listeners several...
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Finding Your Way to Self-Acceptance EP: 516
Accepting the things about yourself that you might otherwise judge as "bad" is a big piece of loving yourself. After all, love isn't conditional. It's not, I'll love myself after I lose 5 pounds, or get a new job, or things calm down.
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Refilling Your Attention Deficit EP: 515
These August days are about as quiet as it gets on the work front (except for, perhaps, the week between Christmas and New Year's). Let's take this opportunity to restore our ability to focus.
8 min
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How to Cultivate Grit with Shannon Polson EP: 514
To help us all think about how to go about cultivating more grit I wanted to talk to a pro, so I reached out to Shannon Huffman Polson, the youngest woman ever to climb Mt. McKinley, one of the first women to be trained to fly an Apache...
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Strengthen Your “Keep Going” Muscles EP: 513
One of my better person principles (that I shared last week in episode 509) is that every challenge has an opportunity wrapped up inside it. Even the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad challenges, like, say, a global pandemic. And one of those...
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What’s the Better Person Thing to Do When It Co...
You used to more or less be able to decide when you wanted to wade into a potentially heated conversation. Now, whether you're talking about masks, vaccines, or the start of school, you can stumble into them multiple times a day. What's a person who's...
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Better Person Principle #5: Being better is a c...
Being a better person isn't a fluke of genetics. Everyone has inherent goodness. Everyday, you’re faced with hundreds of decisions, and it’s in those decisions where you have the potential to move toward better.
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Better Person Principle #4: There’s a time and ...
You don’t have to be a better person ALL the time. And thank goodness for that. Because trying to do anything 100% of the time is a recipe for burnout.
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Better Person Principle #3: There’s an opportun...
Looking for the opportunity keeps your eyes open to what good things might be trying to emerge. And finding those opportunities is what helps you use the simple act of living your life as a personal development seminar.
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Better Person Principle #2: Awareness is the fi...
Even though it’s a simple concept, awareness is a pretty rare and wonderful thing, like an orchid in a sea of carnations. Because it’s a lot more convenient to not pay attention to stuff--particularly your own stuff. Being able to see yourself...
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Better Person Principle #1: It’s not about bein...
You don’t have to transform yourself into Mother Theresa or Gandhi or whomever your ideal ‘good person’ is. Truly, you just have to care enough to opt for a better choice at your next opportunity.
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Admit that you’re probably going to stink at fi...
One huge obstacle to creativity is your inner critic, which is obsessed with keeping you safe, and will try to convince you that anything new you’re either thinking, doing, or trying to create, is either dangerous--as in, it could open you up to...
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How to get inspiration to pursue you like Miss ...
Fun fact: the root of “spire” means breath, so inspired means filled with breath, or since if you aren’t breathing you’re dead, filled with life. So even if you don’t care one whit about doing anything creative, inspiration is still...
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Finding your creative practice (even if you 'do...
OK, let's talk nuts and bolts. HOW do you incorporate creativity into what I'm assuming is already a pretty gosh darn busy life? I'm interviewing Jackie Dishner, an Arizona-based artist, author, and writer who teaches creativity classes. I'm gonna get...
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If you don't (yet) feel creative, try feeling t...
Some of us--many of us--do NOT feel like we are creative beings. Like, it’s something that only gets handed out to some folks, and others are stuck in logical land. When really, creativity is an innate human trait, we all have it, in some form, to...
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The amazing, Important Benefits of Creativity E...
Covid cases are trending back upward, this summer has been intense on the weather front, and you know, I think the collective we could really go for a topic that’s comforting and taps into the dreamier, more imaginative side of life. Plus,...
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Taking stock and easing the stress of being in ...
This pandemic summer, when we still can’t really predict what the fall, winter and spring ahead will be like, and yet we theoretically are out of the worst of it, is a very transitional time to be. And the human brain typically does NOT like...
9 min
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Things I’ve Learned from Producing 500 Podcast ...
Today is the 500th episode of this podcast! Can you believe it? I hardly can.  For today’s big idea, I’m sharing five things I’ve learned over these past 500 episodes. But before I do, I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart...
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Is the universe sending you a message through n...
Since tomorrow is the 500th episode of this podcast, and I am so blown away by this number, that I wanted to talk to someone who knows the symbolism of numbers to help me understand what this particular milestone means on a symbolic level. I...
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What to do when you’re jealous of others’ vacat...
C'mon, you can admit it. When you see the photos of your friends on their vacations to the Cape, or Hawaii, or the lake, part of you is jealous. Maybe even a little judgy. Today, let's talk about how to work that feeling and turn it into an...
6 min
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GIve to Yourself, Too EP: 497
Something we don’t generally think about when we think about being more generous is giving to ourselves, too. Which is a really important piece of being a more giving person, because you can’t give from an empty cup. 
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We’re All Stingy in Some Ways--What Are Yours? ...
You can be generous in some ways, and stingy in others. And it’s really fascinating to start to unpack where you are a natural giver, and where you might be more likely to freeze up and think, oh heck no. 
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Giving More Without Giving Too Much EP: 495
While giving is often energizing, there are definitely times when it’s draining. In addition, sometimes *your* giving can make the person you’re trying to give to feel bad--micromanaged, or like you think they aren’t capable. So today,...
6 min
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Emotional Labor: How to Keep it From Taking Too...
Today I’m talking to four-time TED speaker Damon Brown about emotional labor--why it's the best thing you have to offer, and also how it can quickly deplete you if you're not intentional about it. PLUS, we break down the costs of letting someone...
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All the Ways to Give EP: 493
There are so many ways you can give, and they don’t necessarily require a lot of time or money, which is what we typically think of when we think of giving. Check out this list of ways to be generous that will get you in that giving mood.(You can...
10 min
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Let’s Talk About Giving, and Why It Matters EP:...
Yes, generosity is a virtue, and a key piece of being a better person. BUT the funny paradox about giving is that it feels really good to help others, and those good feelings help energize you in all parts of your life. Find out why
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The Antidote to Re-Entry Awkwardness: Extending...
People’s best--including our own--may look nothing like what we would have expected in the 'before times.' We have to give each other a wide enough berth to be harried, or to overreact, or to be slow, or irritable, and to not make that behavior mean...
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Before You Judge Someone Else, Remember This EP...
During times of transition, it’s easier than ever to judge our fellow humans, which is ironic, because this is when we need to offer each other the most tolerance we can muster. Here's a way to short-circuit this very human inclination.
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Navigating the New Normal at Work EP: 489
Today I’m interviewing Gwen Moran who writes and speaks about the intersection of workplace issues and life. Gwen is a regular contributor to Fast Company, Inc., and many other outlets, where she’s been writing extensively about re-emergence from...
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A Helpful Strategy for Reducing Re-Entry Awkwar...
You've probably noticed that people are acting a little ...odd lately --- agrressive, irritable, forgetful, solw. That's because collectively we're in a time of upheaval and our social skills have atrophied. You can either get knocked off your center,...
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Little Things that Help Resist the Urge to Pour...
When the urge to pour yourself a drink strikes, it’s helpful to have a couple other strategies in place that you can do instead. Here are three of my favorites.
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Re-Thinking Drinking: How to Take the Edge off ...
It's common to pop open something alcoholic when you're stressed, just so you can switch into chill mode. So what can do you to take the edge off if you're not drinking? Hoo doggie...so many things!!
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How to Let Your Hair Down Without Having a Drin...
We often turn to alcohol as a way to let loose and have fun. So if you stop or cut way back on drinking, does that mean you're going to be boring? Nope. Today I'm talking about other ways to get into that ‘let’s have some fun’ state of mind...
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Why Drinking Less Is a Rebellious Choice for Wo...
Today I'm talking with Sarah Kate, founder of the website Some Good Clean Fun and advocate for breaking free from mommy wine culture, about how simply deciding to drink less can be difficult, why it's something worth serious consideration, and what's...
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How to Tell If Your Drinking Has Become Problem...
Today I'm talking with Michelle Smith, a TEDx speaker, author, podcaster, mental health and addictions counselor and founder of Recovery is the New Black. Michelle describes herself as a sobriety advocate, and I'm excited to talk to her today...
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Re-Thinking Drinking: For the Sober Curious EP:...
This week of episodes is for everyone, but especially anyone who is waking up today feeling any kind of negative way about how much they had to drink this weekend, and who might be feeling ready to make a change. In other words, this episode is for...
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Listener Fave Episode #5: 4 Ways to Get Rid of ...
If you’re not taking stock of the things you tell yourself on the regular, guess what--you’re going to make the same choices that led you to feeling like you needed that detox and that de-cluttering in the first place.
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Listener Fave Episode #4: You've Started a New ...
There are many obstacles to creating and assimilating new habits that help us become better people. I mean, of course, otherwise we would all be walking around as the best possible version of ourselves and wouldn’t that be grand? Here's how to...
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Listener Fave Episode #3: Don’t Let Your Ego D...
Trying to become better is not a reason for feeling bad about yourself. You will mess up. You will backslide. You will completely forget. And it is OK. All you need to do is simply start again.
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Listener Fave Episode #2: Getting Over Your Res...
As wonderful and enjoyable and nourishing as meditation is, you are going to have times--many, many times--when you don’t feel like doing it. It's not a question of IF it will happen, it's a question of WHEN. Come find out why we do that, and learn...
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Listener Fave Episode #1: There’s More Where Th...
Although it feels like one, money is NOT a finite resource. They print more money every day. And yet, we tend to think of money as a zero sum game--once it’s gone, it’s gone. Today's mantra helps you shift out of that perception of lack.
6 min
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A Peek Inside My Podcast Business EP: 476
Today I'm offering a look a look at the business side of this podcast--why I started it, how I produce it, how much it earns, how much it costs.
10 min
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Simple Secrets to Networking Your Way to a Bett...
--and that up to 70% of jobs are never even listed anywhere publicly. It really is who you know. So what if you don't feel like you know the right or enough people? Here's a little networking 101 for the real world.
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Crucial Wisdom for Those Looking to Get Back to...
Today I’m talking with someone who helps people think about work in new ways all day, every day, and she knows a lot about how to counsel people who are making changes in their work lives. Tami Forman is the executive director of Path Forward,...
22 min
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Make Your Job Easier and Your Work More Fulfill...
Today’s big idea is something that can help you get more energized about work, AND help you deliver more value and make a bigger impact while also having to try less hard. YES I know this sounds like magical thinking, but it’s not.
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Rethinking Work Post-Covid: Have We Been Gettin...
If we are in what economists and journalists are calling a Great Reassessment of work, what do we want to take in to account when we’re doing this re-assessing? 
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Creating New Boundaries for Our Current Late Pa...
Do you still want to hug everyone? Are there places where you want to continue wearing a mask? Was there a part of pandemic life that you want to keep going? Or something you DIDN'T do (or people you didn't see) during the pandemic that you realize...
6 min
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Two Basic Types of Boundaries: Incoming, and Ou...
There are two types of boundaries, and we tend to only think about one of them, which means you could be neglecting an important way of keeping yourself in a good place.
5 min
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How to Enforce a Boundary Without Being a Jerk ...
Today I'm talking with Amy E Smith, a life coach who teaches chronic people-pleasers how to stand up for themselves without being a dick. I mean, yes please! Amy gives a masterclass on what boundaries are, how to figure out what boundaries you might...
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Setting Boundaries Creates Freedom EP: 468
Drawing boundaries might feel limiting, but anytime you put some guardrails around something, you actually plug up holes where energy could leak out of, or outside distractions could get in through. And corralling your energy is, paradoxically,...
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My Fave Boundaries Definition: A Way to Show Se...
Most of us think about boundaries as a means of self-protection, which they are, but thinking of them solely that way puts you in a defensive stance, like the Notre Dame Fighting Irish mascot. And that stance takes a lot of energy to maintain, even if...
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The Good News About Menopause EP: 466
Sure, there's plenty of things about perimenopause that suck. But as a post-menopausal person, I'm here to tell you about what you have to look forward to. (It's good news.)
8 min
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Getting Help for Your Perimenopause Symptoms EP...
I value Western medicine, I truly do, but there are some things where it’s not all that helpful, and women’s health and wellness is generally one of them. Here are three types of health care practitioners who might be able to really help...
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Self-Care for Perimenopause, an Interview with ...
Today I’m talking with Jolinda Johnson about the many symptoms of perimenopause, many of which I think will surprise you, as well as easy but powerful things you can do for yourself that mitigate those symptoms. Jolinda knows her STUFF!! I learned a...
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Can Perimenopause Cause This Thing (Fill in the...
Could your fatigue be related to perimenopause? Could your weight gain? What about your back pain? Because perimenopause can trigger a whole slew of seemingly disconnected symptoms, the probable answer is yes. Come learn some of the more surprising...
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Perimenopause Is a Feminist Issue EP: 462
For too long, this natural shift that every person with a uterus and ovaries goes through has either been seen as either sad, scary, or shameful. It’s time to normalize perimenopause, and bring it into the light.
8 min
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Yay, Summer!: The Secret to Having the Best Bea...
For today’s big idea, I’m sharing my VERY BEST tip on how to have just a fabulous time at the beach. It’s so good, I can’t even believe I’m sharing it, because now it will be out of the bag, and if more people start doing it, at some point...
6 min
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Summer Health and Wellness: Getting Enough Slee...
With all the extra sunlight and the heat that’s happening right now, it can be hard to get good sleep. I know it feels like all that extra sun is penetrating straight into my brain! So let’s talk about how to get the zzzzs you need even now.
8 min
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Summer Activities for Kids: A Guide to Getting ...
Today I’m talking with Katy Bowman, biomechanist and bestselling author of many books, including her newest, Grow Wild: The Whole-Child, Whole-Family Nature-Rich Guide to Moving More. We break it down how to get kids back into moving their bodies...
30 min
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Summer Bucket List: The to Key to Doing All the...
Today's tip is making a summer bucket list, which helps ensure that you actually DO all the summery things that you love the most, so that you don’t roll up to September with that nagging feeling that you didn’t have the summer that you wanted....
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Summer Inspiration: The True Purpose of Summer ...
Summer is about way more than sun, swimming, and barbecues. It’s about refilling your well after a long winter and a chilly, rainy spring. And that’s doubly, ESPECIALLY true after a pandemic winter!! Knowing what summer is really about helps you...
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Stress Reduction Tips: Doing This One Thing Mak...
No matter what you’re going to do to relax, or how long you have to do it, something you need to do to really maximize your efforts is to establish your own safety. This is a piece that most advice on how to relax misses--but when you implement this...
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Stress Reduction Methods that Make a Big Differ...
Sometimes you want and need a form of stress reduction that is "done for you" so that you can really go deeply in to the restorative relaxation zone. These three modalities can really help you go there and lessen the effect that stress is having on you.
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2 Stress Reduction Activities that Take 20 Minu...
Today I'm sharing two stress reduction activities that you can do at home, with a tiny bit of equipment but nothing more exotic than a couple of blankets or a pillow, in about 20 minutes, and they can really transport you to another state of being.
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Stress Reduction Tools You Can Use to Relax in ...
One of the insidious things about stress is that it will try to convince you that you don’t have time for anything that’s not related to getting things done. I promise you, you have a couple minutes for yourself, and you CAN foster relaxation in...
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Stress Reduction: What Relaxation Is, and What ...
Vegging out, doing nothing, and even leisure skills are not what I’m talking about when I say relaxation. That’s because relaxation is a specific physiological state of being. And in today’s stressful world, it often doesn’t happen by...
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Avoid Burnout Working from Home: A Mother’s Gui...
If you’re a mom home with kids, your burnout is potentially at a whole ‘nother level after being your kids teacher, therapist, cruise director, best friend, playmate, nurse. I just want to say, I see you. I honor you. Today’s episode is...
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Avoid Burnout Working from Home: Make It Fun EP...
We have it in our head that work equals effort, which means hard, which means not fun. But you’re working from home. No one is observing you. You absolutely can, and absolutely should, find a way to enjoy it more.
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Avoid Burnout Working from Home: Decide When Yo...
One of the biggest problems of working from home--and the piece that plays the biggest role in work from home burnout--is that it’s very easy to feel like you should be working all the time. Here's how you prevent that from happening.
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Avoid Burnout Working from Home: Leave the Hous...
Even though you don’t have to commute to an office when you work from home and therefore don’t technically need to leave the house, trust me--you NEED to leave the house! Here's why.
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Avoid Burnout Working from Home: Screw the Dish...
With more people home all day, eating all meals at home, the dishes are just relentless. So relentless, in fact, that if you feel like you need to stay on top of them, you won’t get any work done, and you won’t get any rest. Here's how to strike...
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Anti-Racism Check-In: Being Excited About the R...
If you are all charged up to get back to normal life where we are leaving the house and interacting with others on the regular again, there is privilege in that excitement that is helpful to acknowledge now. Because there are many folks who are...
8 min
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Anti-Racism Check-In: What to Do When You’re Ca...
At some point in your life, no matter what race you are, you are likely to be called out for some mis-step. Let’s talk about how to handle that so that it becomes a growth opportunity, and not a moment of shame or anger. 
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Anti-Racism Check-In: Using Mindfulness as an A...
Sure, mindfulness is a helpful tool when you're meditating--but can it help you have conversations about race, too? You bet. Racial justice educator Dr. Amanda Kemp is here today to tell us how and why.
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Anti-Racism Check-In: You Can Be a Leader on An...
If you haven’t already, it’s time to start sharing the things you’ve learned about anti-racism and the results of the inner work you’ve done with the people in your circle of influence. Even if you don't feel ready.
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Anti-Racism Check-In: How’s That Going? EP: 442
Dr. Frederick Bryan said “Self-awareness IS a form of action,” so today we're just going to do a little check-in on how all that anti-racism flurry of last summer has shaken out in your own mind, actions, and life. It's a chance to take stock...
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Doing Hard Things: Getting Back Out There and M...
For some of us--maybe more of us that you might realize--the idea of getting back out there and mingling with folks post quarantine is feeling a little scary. So let’s talk about how to make small talk even when it feels like you’re the Tin Min...
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Doing Hard Things: Initiating a Difficult Conve...
There are invariably going to be times when you need to talk about something with someone...and you are NOT going to want to do it, because it has the potential to be awkward, or angry-making, or just emotional in general. Having a game plan makes...
8 min
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Doing Hard Things When You’d Rather Hide in th...
Today I’m talking with Morra Aarons-Mele, host of the Anxious Achiever podcast and author of Hiding in the Bathroom: How to Get Out There When You'd Rather Stay Home. I’m excited to get her perspective on how to work with things like anxiety and...
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Doing Hard Things: How to Make an Apology That ...
A good apology is an admission that you got something wrong. Which might be an occasion for you to feel like a bad person. Just to be clear: Being a better person isn’t about being perfect. It’s about using mis-steps as an opportunity to grow. An...
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