A Good Day To Die Podcast

A Good Day To Die Podcast

In the A Good Day to Die Podcast - My guests and I will erase preconceived notions about what it means to be 50 years old and beyond. We will discuss how familial and societal programming limits our expansive potential and how we can deprogram and break free. We will challenge the allopathic model of healthcare and consider an integrative approach to health, wellness and disease prevention. We’ll talk about business, passive income, entrepreneurship and philanthropy! We will discuss our role as humans, our self determination, our responsibilities to ourselves and to the collective. We will ponder whether or not we are actually living inside of a video game. We will contemplate all of the ways in which we can make every day A Good Day to Die.

Episodes

November 9, 2022 76 min

Regenerative Farmers Gail Fuller and Lynette Miller share their journey of going from industrial practices to sustainable agriculture. They explain the danger of pesticides and glyphosate, and how it's causing mental health issues for farmers. Today, they lead a school educating people about regenerative farming, and sharing these practices that will shape our future. They reveal how YOU can get started on this journey today.

 

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Tammy Reinelt recently completed the Hard 75- the "Ironman for your brain". She shares her experience doing the hard things like 1) showing up for herself every day and doing the work 2) setting boundaries with friends and coworkers 3) shifting her mindset to one of joyful responsibility for her health.  Tammy wants to live well into her 80's and beyond without disease and pain and she is willing to do the work to ensur...

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Paris was hospitalized during a mental health crisis when she was 19.  In her memoir, Crooked Illness- Lessons from Inside and Outside Hospital Walls, Paris shares her journey that let to her Bipolar 1 diagnosis and her road to recovery.  Paris inspires us all to take responsibility for our mental health through her bravery in action and vulnerability.  

 

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0:00 Intro

2:30 Bipolar Diagnosis

10:00 Opening u...

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I went to a music festival yesterday.  Let me break down the experience for you.  I hope you at least find this funny.

 

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TIMESTAMPS

0:00 Intro

0:45 Fun of Festivals

8:35 How We Found This One

11:55 The Outfit

16:37 The Trouble with Porta Potties 

25:24 Stolen Phones

27:25 Conclusion

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During the period of 2013-2017, the diagnosis rates of early onset Alzheimers disease has increased by 90% in people aged 55-64.  The rates have increased 247% in ages 45-54 and 407% increase in diagnosis rates for age 30-44.  In this episode Dr. Nelson and I explore the potential causes of Alzheimers and dementia.  We discuss some shocking new revelations about fraudulent science that has misguided physicians and big pharma alike ...

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The fascinating world of Sugaring (Sugar Daddys/Mommas and Sugar Babies).  Ashley Moore shares her personal experience inside a sugaring relationship.  We discuss how these arrangements can be constructed and their key characteristics.  What is the potential dark side?  Aren't all relationships terms negotiated one way or the other? 

 

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TIMESTAMPS

0:00 Intro

3:18 Sugaring vs Dating

9:41 Dream Job in Seattle

16:53...

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I speak with my oldest, cherished friend Kristeen Churchman about our shared experience of losing our mom to cancer.  We discuss 1) Embracing and cherishing all of the dark moments of rage 2) Welcoming all the gifts from the experience 3) Letting go, setting boundaries and living a life worth living. 

 

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TIMESTAMPS

0:00 Intro

3:48 Who Kristeen’s Mom was

6:22 When a Parent Gets Diagnosed 

11:58 The Last Months of Life

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Untrue: Why nearly everything we believe about women, lust, and infidelity is wrong and how the new science can set us free, book by Wednesday Martin. My insightful and inspiring personal trainer Tati Britton and I discuss how we are redefining what it means to be a woman in regards to dating and partnerships in 2022. False beliefs about women’s sexuality and female gender roles are being demolished and we are two of the early adop...

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Gia Heller knows more about plastic surgery than most people... mostly from personal experience. Life's too short not to have the nose, boobs and tummy you want.... so do your research, choose your doctor wisely and enjoy looking on the outside the way you feel on the inside. 

 

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0:00 Intro

3:08 Gia’s Worst Recovery (Boob Jobs & Illegal Drugs)

10:12 Her Experience with Plastic Surgery

21:14 Nobody Talks about...

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Gia Heller blows up her life and creates it anew about every 5 years.  Last year she blew up her life and moved to Florida.... but this time with cash. She is designing her dream life, enjoying her dream man and making every day a good day to die. 

 

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0:00 Intro

1:15 The Big Move

4:53 Numerology 

9:03 Dating Younger Men

20:26 Perimenopause & Babies at 50

40:47 New Experiences & Theatre

49:40 Choose Yourself

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For The Love of Food. Eating for sustenance vs eating for pleasure. How to make every day a Good Day to Die by making our food moments magic.

 

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0:00 Intro

3:24 How Dan Got Into Restaurants

27:50 For the Love of Food

33:25 The Art of the Restaurant

58:42 PSA for Customers

1:01:35 Conclusion

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I turned 50 ya'all and I decided to start a podcast. let me tell you all of the reasons I almost didn't do it and how to make every day a Good Day to Die.

 

In the A Good Day to Die Podcast - My guests and I will erase preconceived notions about what it means to be 50 years old and beyond. We will discuss how familial and societal programming limits our expansive potential and how we can deprogram and break free. We will ch...

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Designing Health (and Disease) with Michael Nelson, D.C. Controlling the "Nurture" part of the equation. Food, lifestyle, sleep, stress. Unraveling the traditional medical paradigm and moving toward personal responsibility. 

 

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0:00 Intro

5:07 Dr. Nelson’s Story

31:01 Pilates

35:27 Taking Your Health into Your Hands

39:13 The Medical Disconnect

51:13 Tips for Healthy Living

1:01:18 Fasting & Low Carb

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Conversations that Matter with Polly Mertens. Polly shows us a beautiful example of the seekers path. Fueling growth via awareness and joy, finding breakthroughs through play and holding space: Polly is going to squeeze all the juice from this fruit!  

 

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TIMESTAMPS:

0:00 Intro

0:40 A Transformational Retreat

14:50 Our Experience with Landmark

21:49 What we wish we Knew

35:30 The Permission to Play: Festivals

44:27 W...

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