More to Life with Faith and Lois

More to Life with Faith and Lois

Throughout COVID, have you noticed changes in your body and mind? In our podcast today, we explore what your body has gone through over the past 15 months. We begin with your mental health and physical activity. Then we wonder how your eating habits have changed. Have you gotten better at taking care of yourself? No matter what, your body has carried you through a pandemic. Amazing!

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July 27, 2021 15 min
Throughout COVID, have you noticed changes in your body and mind? In our podcast today, we explore what your body has gone through over the past 15 months. We begin with your mental health and physical activity. Then we wonder how your eating habits have changed. Have you gotten better at taking care of yourself? No matter what, your body has carried you through a pandemic. Amazing!
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In our new theme for the next few weeks, we're considering what's next in all areas of our lives as COVID restrictions change. In this podcast, we're wondering about the impact the pandemic has had on your relationships. What will you do to rekindle the friendships you may have set aside? As you rebuild your relationships, what might you be looking for? This time of reflection may offer you some new ideas as to what'...
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Finding ways to celebrate milestones in your workplace can make a huge difference for you and your colleagues. In our podcast, we explore how to reward small successes. We find ways to share praise with your team. When you reflect on what you're accomplishing, you have strategies you can implement or ignore the next time around. And as you acknowledge those who helped you make key strides, you'll discover that positive rein...
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Celebrating your spirituality offers you enormous room for growth. In our podcast this week, we notice what happens when celebration and spirituality intersect. You find your voice, through your gifts and talents and how you speak into matters of life. You face your fears and find that still small place where you begin to know what happens next. Maybe you have the chance to reframe your attitude, and when you do - you know what wha...
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When you think of celebration - how often does your body come to mind? In our podcast, we are considering several ways you can celebrate your body at any age. First, put it in perspective: your body has been with you every step of the way. Follow that up with some love for yourself. Now, are you ready to inspire and be inspired? And finally - how are you caring for your body so that you can continue to do what you want? Your body i...
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Celebration is our new theme and we begin with how it inspires your relationships. In our podcast, we consider what happens when you appreciate people in your life. How well do you listen to understand what someone truly wants? Taking pictures is a great way to let people know you how much they mean to you. Maybe even writing a note of thanks when someone least expects it. And when you plan something together, you connect on a deep...
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June 15, 2021 12 min
Renovating how you go about your work offers you the ability to restore your craft to a better state. In our podcast today, we offer three ideas. First, decide what you want to change to make your job more ideal. How about a mission statement for what you do? Next, determine how that change will impact you in the long term. And finally, how will you put those new ideas into practice? We'd love to hear what you come up with!
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As you consider renovation, what better place to explore its impact than in your spirituality? Today we tap into five ways to bring your spirituality to life. Begin by examining your intentions. Follow that up by forgiving yourself. Maybe it's time to let something or someone go. Appreciate what is holy in your life. And finally, embrace the unknown.We hope this offers you a few ways to experience renewal in your spiritual prac...
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June 1, 2021 12 min
When you renovate your body, you bring it to a better state. And in today’s podcast, we dive in with four steps to restore or revive your body. First, notice the habits that make your life possible. Then consider the things you do to make your life easier. Are your habits giving you life? Keep it up. Are they destructive? Replace them with something better. You are worth it.
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Renovation - our new theme for the next four weeks. How does it show up in your relationships, your body, your spirituality and your craft? In this podcast we are tapping into three ways to restore and revive your relationships. You begin by looking at what is going well, and what is off course. How do you build a bridge in your relationships, or create stronger boundaries? And we consider what it means to foster new and healthy re...
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When you bring wisdom to your craft, you'll find improvement in so many areas! In our podcast, we consider how your strengths impact what you do every day. Your level of focus improves how you get your job done. Emotional regulation allows you to work through challenging situations. Your authenticity shows up when people know where you stand. And you are able to problem solve as you strive to understand different points of view...
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When you think of someone who's wise, spirituality often follows. So we wonder, how do the two show up for you? In our podcast, we explore a variety of spiritual traditions and their teachings. We begin with Judeo-Christian biblical teachings from the old and new testaments. Then we move to a few instructions from Tibetan Buddhist sages who address fundamental wisdom questions. And we wrap up our podcast exploring a number of 1...
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Using wisdom in your body means you embrace what you need most. In our podcast, we consider how to connect with your body. When you choose to move, you're making decisions to pivot or shift. You explore how you feel - and do more of what helps you and less of what hurts. With wisdom, you incorporate reason and emotion. And you consider what you are learning as you choose to continue or stop. How does wisdom show up in your body...
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Wisdom is our new theme for the next few weeks - in your relationships, your body, spirituality and your craft. In today's episode, we look for wisdom in your relationships. Maybe it's the way your friends listen to and interact with you.You find wisdom in the balance of your close relationships. How about when your friends and family are patient with you? And as you experience their love, you feel included. May you thrive ...
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Your work can have a significant role in your recovery from loss. It helps you put things into perspective. In our podcast, we explore how recognizing there is a time and season for everything plays out in your craft. There is structure with a routine. You are up front with your colleagues. It's an opportunity to reflect on your habits. The connection with your co-workers can heal. You are not alone. As you work through all sta...
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Spiritual practices can make an enormous difference as you recover from loss. Today we explore five ways to go through the stages of grief. First, connect to your source of strength. Second, be still and appreciate the silence around you. Third, go into nature or a spiritual place of worship. Fourth, do something for someone else. And fifth, pull out a photo album or your phone, and remember those you love and who love you. You are...
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What do you do for yourself when you're experiencing loss? In today's podcast, we consider what you might be facing and how to manage your body. If you're experiencing energy loss - how can you slow down and appreciate this time? Maybe you're sleeping too little or too much. Your eating habits might change. How about anxiety? Or weight gain or weight loss? The bottom line - be kind to your body.  Discover what happe...
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Recovering from loss is on top of many of your minds this week - and ours too. Following two mass shootings, we want to explore how to recover from loss in your relationships, through your body, using spiritual practices or in your craft. As you care for yourself, you may notice others are hurting, too. So how do you care for those in your meaningful relationships? We offer 6 ideas that range from listening and reaching out to conn...
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Building influence in your craft allows you to make an impact in your workspace. Today, we explore 5 ways you can make a difference. When you encourage trust, you enlist the cooperation of others. Be the person others count on and you're seen as consistent. As you listen, you build influence because your clients and colleagues know they are heard. Staying relevant with your skills keeps you fresh. And when you receive and offer...
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How have you arrived at your spiritual practices? In today's podcast, we are curious whether your family of origin or nationality shows up in how you practice spirituality. Maybe you practice prayer/meditation or have a longing for meaning and purpose. Or you might find support from a community in your spiritual journey. Whether this is a path you've followed for years, or one you're embarking on for the first time, app...
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