On the Same Page with Jen & Nanci

On the Same Page with Jen & Nanci

Welcome! From losing our keys to eating rhubarb pie alone in bed, join the ladies each week for a reflection, honesty and laughter. Whether you are on the same page with us, or simply find us so fascinatingly broken that you keep coming back for more—we're glad you're here! ★★★★★ "A rare find!" —SuzBinMontreal, May 29, 2019 ★★★★★ "...authentic and genuine." —hungry4real, May 20, 2019 ★★★★★ "Funny and thought provoking." —Lampshade76, April 15, 2019 The idea for this podcast was born during a discussion over a crowded and loud family supper, where we were heckled and ridiculed for it by those dearest to us—so naturally, we ran with it. And look at us now!... Show More

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October 18, 2019 54 min
The ladies talk gut health and microbiomes. Did you know science is showing that the bacteria in your tummy are the single most important factor for your physical and mental health? And that babies are born bacteria free. (and why this matters.) Learn so, so much in this episode. Be nice to your microbiome—help it, help you! Also, find out what Nanci loses this week!
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Jen and Nanci dish on the subtle differences between jealousy and envy and share their own experiences with each. Jen makes a confession. Nanci informs her colleagues that if she is throwing you under a bus—you'll know it. Five strategies to overcome envy.
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October 18, 2019 48 min
With only one good leg each, the ladies are back for Season 2! Join them this week as they discuss a mysterious activity called PLAY. Nanci falls down and (shocker!) interrupts Jen within the first 60 seconds. Jen debates getting (yet another) certificate—if not a full medical degree. Next up for the ladies? Backgammon and modge podge...
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September 5, 2019 61 min
Join the ladies in the last episode of Season 1 (we will be back!) as they walk revisit their past and current experiences with imposter syndrome. Who us?! Yah, yah—us too.
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Join the ladies this week as Jen shares (with humour and compassion) her research on the zero waste movement. Hint: It's time to ditch the plastic. Nanci pours coke into her laptop and cries.
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Today Nanci and Jen share their experiences with the self-help industry, discuss how unhappy people are vulnerable to manipulation by that industry, and how you can better evaluate when and why it might make sense for you explore a self-help program.
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In today's episode, the ladies share their experiences with forgiveness—both of others and for youself. Nanci steals pencils in Grade One, gets caught/feels shame, and Jen says maybe it's time to let it go.
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In this week's episode, the ladies debate the features and benefits of the keto (ketogenic) diet—Jen's not so sure, but Nanci wants to give it a shot.
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Today we chat about our experiences with ADHD, including whether to use medication and/or lifestyle changes. Jen's dog, Nina, gets sick and Jen considers canceling her trip to Greece (OMG!). Nanci is late to recording session and blames ADHD...
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Hang out with the ladies as they pull back the curtain on the benefits of meditation and confess that sometimes they wish they were the boss of everything.
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Join the ladies as they dish (pun intended) on the compassionate eating movement (and how they are fairly sure they've lost the meat industry as a future show sponsor).
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Nanci confesses that, if not for the poly/cotton blend, she would swim to shore for Mayor Pete. Jen discovers maybe she isn't as friendly to herself as previously believed, and together the ladies pull back the curtain on their experiences with the self-compassion movement.
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Yes, this episode was recorded at 11:00AM on a Wednesday - and that's OK! Hang out with Jen & Nanci this week as they dish on their favourite forms of self care (cooking and Vanity Fair) and share their thoughts on daytime productivity (hint: it's overrated).
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April 18, 2019 37 min
In this week's episode, the ladies dig deep on gratitude. Jen has a rough show in [BEEP] and gives it up for MSG-free ramen. Nanci embarrasses herself in front of several small children.
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Join the ladies this week as they dish about the trials and tribulations of losing weight, whether the dream of being a size 8 is worth losing sleep over (hint: no) and if exercising is actually co-related with weight loss.
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Jen & Nanci work through a Julia Cameron exercise and take stock of whether there is still a chance they might attain some level of sophistication in this lifetime.
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April 9, 2019 33 min
In this first episode of On the Same Page with Jen & Nanci, the ladies revisit a few of their elusive and crushed dreams, decide that this podcast season will be sub-titled, "Where dreams go to die, and maybe that's OK," and (eventually) even get around to introducing themselves. Nanci gets lost (and found), and Jen tells Nanci what she thinks her problem is.
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