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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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...
24 min
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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...
17 min
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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...
10 min
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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.
8 min
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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...
9 min
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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.
6 min
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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...
9 min
408
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.
10 min
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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.
7 min
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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? 
10 min
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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...
17 min
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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,...
5 min
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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...
6 min
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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...
9 min
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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...
25 min
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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...
7 min
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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....
6 min
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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...
7 min
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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...
7 min
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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.
11 min
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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.
9 min
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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...
8 min
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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...
11 min
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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...
10 min
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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.
5 min
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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.
9 min
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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.
6 min
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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...
6 min
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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. 
6 min
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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.
19 min
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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.
6 min
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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...
7 min
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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...
4 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
446
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...
14 min
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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...
8 min
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Doing Hard Things: What to Say to Someone Who’s...
When I asked my daughter if there were any situations where she wasn’t sure how to be a better person, she didn’t have to think long to come up with, what do you say to someone who’s crying. Which, I mean, 13 year old girls and their hormones...
6 min
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Operation Meditation: Getting Over Your Resista...
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...
8 min
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Operation Meditation: Finding the Time to Medit...
A common obstacle to actually sitting down and meditating is the thought of, “I don’t have time.” So let’s take a look at how to make the time for meditation so that we can get out ahead of that thought.
7 min
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Operation Meditation: Easy Ways to Get into a M...
Today I'm talking with Jess Naim, a Philadelphia meditation teacher who has a great way of making things like meditation and visualizing and breathwork not only relevant to real life, but also fun. She shared some meditation hacks that are nothing...
18 min
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Operation Meditation: What to Do When You Close...
Knowing exactly what to do when you meditate helps empower you to actually do it. Today I'm giving you a basic formula for what to do during a meditation practice.
8 min
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Operation Meditation: Why Meditation Is Just a ...
It’s easy to think of meditation as something boring you’re supposed to do to take care of yourself--kind of like flossing. When actually meditation is a pleasurable, decadent, and just ridiculously loving thing to do for yourself. Come find out...
10 min
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Help the Planet: The Single Most Impactful Way ...
There is one thing that has a huge potential to enact changes that will protect the earth and help our climate heal, and that is to join forces with an organization that is lobbying the government to adopt climate-friendly laws and practices. This...
7 min
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Help the Planet: We Are Throwing Away WAY Too M...
Finding ways to waste less food is great for the planet. And… it’s not something that we’re doing all that well. In fact, according to the United United States Department of Agriculture, one pound of food per person per day goes to waste--that's...
7 min
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Help the Planet: Get Growing (and Relieve Your ...
Today I’m interviewing Emily Murphy, a regenerative organic gardener, nature activist, and author of the book Grow What You Love, asking her what we as individuals can do in our own yard, and on our windowsills, and in our own communities, to grow...
19 min
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Help the Planet: Should You Pay a Premium for R...
How you power the lights, the heat, the cooling, the devices, and all the electronic doo dads in your home is one of your biggest levers for either contributing to climate change, or steering us away from it. Yet renewable energy costs more than...
8 min
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Help the Planet: Why Paying $2 More Now Saves a...
Of course we want to make the planet a better place... but that often means paying a little bit more for the things that have a smaller footprint, whether that's recycled copy paper or organic strawberries or low-VOC paint. Is it worth it to spend...
8 min
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The Gift of Hard Times, with Brooke Thomas EP: 426
Today I’m talking with Brooke Thomas about how the tough times are an invitation to re-connect both with our bodies and with who we are at our core.
19 min
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How to Handle the Haters, with Harriet Marsden ...
Journalist and author Harriet Marsden is used to dealing with haters. As evidence, an anonymous reader sent Harriet a copy of my book (How to Be a Better Person), with a very passive aggressive note, and Harriet had the good humor to snap a pic and...
12 min
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Breaking Free from PSD (Patriarchy Stress Disor...
When I first encountered the idea that we’re talking about today, I definitely looked like a meme of a person whose mind has just been blown. It’s the idea that in general, women are vulnerable to thinking less of themselves, chronic stress, and...
17 min
462
Using Herbs to Love Yourself (and Your Health),...
Yes, doctors are helpful but the person who has the most sway over your health, is you. In today's episode, I talk with herbalist Kim Charlot of Eden's Leaves about how she came to embrace herbs as a primary part of her wellness strategy, and how you...
17 min
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Moms Are Taking It on the Chin, with Rachael El...
Now that kids are home pretty much all the time, there’s been a lot of coverage in the media about how women are bearing the brunt of taking care of kids while schools, daycares, and now camps are shut down. I want to take a look at the reality of...
22 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: What Are You Releasing?...
Let today be the day that you very intentionally assess what you DON’T want to bring with you into the phase that comes after the pandemic. Doing so will help you release those things--from your life, from your consciousness, and even from your...
6 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: Figure Out Where Energy...
I bet there are all kinds of areas of your life that may be ready for a re-boot. Your home, your relationships, your diet, your exercise routine, your car, your closet… I mean, phew! It’s a lot. A way to get yourself into motion is to figure out...
7 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: Refresh Your Space (in ...
Lisa Zaslow of Gotham Organizers (whose video on organizing a tiny space has been viewed over 2 million times) shares how to make a big impact on your space in a small amount of time.
13 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: Let’s Talk About that I...
Since a big portion of our lives happens online, it’s certainly worth some of your time to de-clutter your inbox. All those old emails hanging around in there are a looming presence every time you go into your inbox--and the average American...
7 min
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Spring Clean Your Life: 4 Ways to Get Rid of Ne...
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. 
8 min
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Money Mantras: Pay Yourself First EP: 416
Your highest priority is NOT to make sure that your bills are paid. It’s to make sure that YOU are paid. And how you do that is today’s money mantra.
8 min
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Money Mantras: Buy What You Need, Pay What It C...
It's easy to get caught up in the hunt for low prices--believe me, I know the thrill of a bargain well! But are you saving money if you buy something you never use on sale?
7 min
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Money Mantras: Think Like a Breadwinner EP: 414
Too many of us--especially women--only focus on being able to pay our bills. While honorable, doing so prevents us from thinking about how to build wealth and create financial freedom. Jennifer Barrett, author of Think Like a Breadwinner, aims to...
17 min
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Money Mantras: A Mental Reframe for Money (or L...
Let’s say there’s something that you’re NOT buying because it feels out of reach in some way. If you tell yourself--or someone else--that you can’t afford it, or you’re too broke--you’re basically putting energy in to this idea that you...
5 min
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Money Mantras: There’s More Where That Came Fro...
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.
5 min
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Pandemic Real Talk: End of Quarantine Blues? EP...
When I saw the gif, it hit me. It was a drawing of a woman hugging a house and it said "Quarantine Forever" as hearts pulsed around head. I was feeling something surprising, even confusing--some sadness that quarantine will end. 
8 min
475
Pandemic Real Talk: The Only Way to Build Endur...
What we’re being called to grow our resilience. Because you can’t build resilience when everything’s hunky dory. Where we are right now is like the bottom of a push-up. Do you know how push-ups work? I didn’t. 
6 min
476
Pandemic Real Talk: How to Spend Your Stimulus ...
Today I’m talking with Beverly Harzog, an expert on debt and credit cards and consumer finance analyst for US News & World Report, who has a great way of making financial subjects--especially emotionally-charged ones, like debt--very practical.
14 min
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Pandemic Real Talk: The Cost of Making Impossib...
For the last year, we have all been having to make impossible choices. Deciding between mental health and physical health, and individual health versus community health, or financial health versus mental health. I share two guidelines for making these...
7 min
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Pandemic Real Talk: The Guilt of Doing OK EP: 407
I’m hearing from folks from all walks of life is that if they are doing basically OK--they haven’t lost their job, or a loved one, they aren’t in financial or physical peril--they feel guilty about it. Let's talk about it.
9 min
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Re-Emergence: This One Question Will Help You R...
Today’s big idea is that even though we are undoubtedly living through a time of re-emergence, we need to be mindful of how we do it. After all, we just went through something just epically scary and exhausting. Expecting that we can just rush...
5 min
480
Re-Emergence: An Easy Spring Detox (that Helps ...
One thing that can make you NOT want to re-emerge after the long pandemic winter is seasonal allergies. Here's a simple and powerful detox that helps you shake off winter AND ward off the spring sniffles and sluggishness.
7 min
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Re-Emergence: Update Your Style to Reflect the...
What we wear is is a great vehicle for expressing who we are now. And frankly, since we’ve been inside wearing sweatpants for a year now, it's also something we might be feeling a little rusty about. Today I'm interviewing Elysha Lenkin, a fashion...
19 min
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Re-Emergence: We Have Forgotten How to Talk to ...
Just like any muscle that gets weaker when you don’t use it, we’re all rusty and awkward when it comes to talking with other people. Tip today isn’t any specific social skill. It’s simply this...
6 min
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3 Hacks to Adapt to Daylight Savings Time EP: 402
In honor of today being the first work day since daylight savings time began, I’m sharing three strategies that will help you minimize the aftershocks of moving the clocks forward a full hour in one night.
7 min
484
Building New Habits: Avoiding the Dreaded Backs...
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...
8 min
485
Building New Habits: The Special Sauce for Mak...
You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. Which means that in order to really cement in a new habit, it helps to reward yourself and savor every benefit you notice that it does to beat yourself up.
6 min
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Building New Habits: How to Finally Start Doing...
Today I’m interviewing Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a New York City cardiologist, and author of Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s Heart Book: Every Woman’s Guide to a Heart-Healthy Life. Suzanne has been on helping her patients prioritize their own health by...
16 min
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Building New Habits: Pro Tip for Staying on Tra...
How do you actually remember to do a new habit? And hold yourself accountable for doing it even when it's inconvenient? The truth is that what you track improves, because what you focus on grows. So here's how to track your new habit.
6 min
488
Building New Habits: The Secret to Making Thing...
There is a way to make creating a new habit a lot easier and a lot less of a cognitive lift--and that is by linking the new thing you want to do to some existing habit that’s already ingrained in your brain. 
6 min
489
Breaking Old Habits: Don’t Let Your Ego Do This...
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.
5 min
490
Breaking Old Habits: Be Real About the Costs EP...
Today’s big idea is that because habits are so unconscious and so well-worn, it can take a really big dose of motivation to get you to take action and then to sustain that action. The good news is that I’m going to share a great motivator with...
6 min
491
Breaking Old Habits--Getting Off Sugar, an Inte...
 I had the privilege of working with today’s guest, Dr. Daryl Gioffree, on his new book, Get Off Your Sugar and not only does he know his stuff, but he’s passionate about helping folks get healthy and just a really good guy. I get him to...
20 min
492
Breaking Old Habits: You Need a Plan (Plus, Wha...
In order to successfully outrun an already established habit, you’ve got to have a plan. Otherwise, you’re going to be winging it, and likely to run right off the road when you hit any kind of bump. 
7 min
493
Breaking Old Habits: It All Starts with This On...
Habits are like icebergs--you can perceive just the tip of them, when actually most of them exist underneath the surface of your awareness. You can’t just throw some dirt and some grass seed on the tip of an iceberg and turn it into a...
9 min
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Spotlight on Self-Care: What Do Dirty Dishes Ha...
Today’s big idea is controversial. And it is that household chores, like doing the dishes or folding the laundry CAN be done in such a way that they qualify as self-care. Gasp!
8 min
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Spotlight on Self-Care: Are Hobbies Self-Care? ...
Most people think self-care means getting a massage, or a pedicure, or taking a yoga class, but little things like doodling, cooking, and even stamp collecting can help you keep yourself in a good spot. Kevin, a listener who collects stamps, shares...
8 min
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Sex as Self-Care, an interview with Alicia Gauv...
Whether it's with a partner, or yourself, sex is an indisputable part of being a person and therefore has a role to play in being a better person. It's also an important way that we take care of ourselves on multiple levels--physical and...
22 min
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The Self-Care of Learning New Things EP: 388
Although there’s nothing pampering about trying something you’ve never done and, let’s face it, probably doing pretty badly at first, opening your mind and possibly your body up to a new skill or discipline is a great way to keep your mind...
9 min
498
When Your Self-Care Unleashes Big Feels EP: 387
While self-care is a wonderful thing, in can also be an occasion for you to come face to face with all kinds of different emotions--sadness, anger, grief, shame, agitation, you name it. And since many of us have a tendency to not want to experience...
9 min
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Spotlight on Self-Care: Pro Tip--Make Time for ...
When you think of the ‘self’ in self care, you probably think about your body and your mind. But today I’m talking about a way to take care of your energetic--aka your vibe.
7 min
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Self-Care Can Be Things You Don’t Really Want t...
Sometimes self-care is the equivalent of eating your lima beans (or insert your other least favorite vegetable). And while that’s not sexy or particularly exciting, it’s OK. Because perhaps viewing these not-so-pleasurable things as important...
5 min