Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Are you asking for what you need in your life? Are you a literal hot mess right now? Then listen up, things are about to turn around.
A conversation with filmmaker and Academy Award Nominee Kevin Wilson Jr., and Diversity & Inclusion professional Joel Howell.
Gail Kretchmer joins me for a conversation about her new book Writing Through the Muck and how writing is healing.
Join me for a fascinating conversation with author and TED Talk speaker Matt Tenney. From discovering mindfulness in prison to changing the world with kindness, this is an episode you don't want to miss.
Congresswoman Deb Haaland made history as the first ever Native American ever elected to Congress. She has a message for women and girls-it is time for us to rise up.
NY Times bestselling author Julie Morgenstern joins me to discuss how to live our best lives by understanding how time works and how to make it work for you.
After being diagnosed with a frightening medical condition, Claire & Heather Barrow took what looked like a big problem and turned it into a global solution leveraging technology.
Amanda Corbin describes the difference between parenting from a place of fear versus a place of faith.
Pastor Jennifer Mallan is in the house to discuss how to approach this pandemic, and our lives, from a place of faith and peace.
We are in uncertain times. This podcast is to help all of us who have become insta-teachers learn that we already have all we need to help our children learn, and most importantly thrive, during these trying times.
We all know someone, or may be that someone, who is battling addiction to something. Author Spencer Newell joins me to discuss climbing out of rock bottom to being on top and how if he can do it, you can do it too.
Jennifer Robins bestselling author of numerous cookbooks and CEO of Predominantly Paleo and Legit Bread Company discusses all things food and why a rising tide lifts all boats.
Dr. Shanon Roberts discusses why therapy is not a bad word and how to recognize major life stressors and how to address them.
Laura Vanderkam discusses how inbox zero is a myth, why tracking your time for one week is eye opening, and the one thing you can pencil in each week that will change your life.
Dwayne Reed is a 5th grade teacher in Chicago and has lit the world on fire with his creative passion and daily goal of ensuring every child has an opportunity to have equality in education and in life. Get ready to be inspired.
The New Year is a great time to take an inventory of our lives and what is working and what is not. Listen in for a few suggestions of what to start, stop and drop in 2020.
From eye masks to bracelets to the power of yes-these are a few of my favorite things.
Kimberly Lackey of Empath Coaching shares how despite being faced with challenging medical diagnoses, she took back her mental and physical power and realized the ability to heal ourselves is in us all.
Victoria Albina is a leading expert on mindfulness, breathwork, healing our inner child, and living life to the fullest. Listen in on how you can make small, powerful changes and get off of the daily emotional rollercoaster you are on.