Feminine Roadmap

Feminine Roadmap

Feminine Roadmap Podcast is real talk for women 45+ who are looking for help navigating the bumpy road of midlife.

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October 3, 2022 52 min
Today on Feminine Roadmap Dr. Katie Nall shares how to build emotional wealth. Katie believes that while most people live in emotional debt they are not even aware of it. The beauty is that there are things we can do to become aware and gain emotional wealth. One of the ways she encourages emotional wealth is by taking stock of time and energy, self- care and rest, understanding how much we’re giving and receiving in our day to day...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about how to begin again with Beverly Willett. Beverly is the author if “Disassembly Required: A Memoir of Midlife Resurrection”. She had everything she wanted in life: the great job, the sweetheart, children and the dream home until suddenly it all came crashing down. This conversation is her journey of rising from the ashes and finding herself anew, being resurrected from the grief of loss...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about the wisdom of Ayurveda. Ayurveda has been around for over 5000 years as a holistic complete system for maintaining, balancing and restoring health. My guests, Dr. Nair and Dr. Trupti, believe in the body’s inherent ability to heal and thrive. They share how true healing comes from the inside out, requiring a whole body, whole life approach. Health is explained as being free of disease,...
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August 29, 2022 33 min
Today on Feminine Roadmap grab a cuppa something wonderful for Monday musings with Gina. As we barrel toward September it felt like a good time to do a check in and chat together about what is on our minds. Gina talks about the power of checking our feelings, choosing our focus and changing our brains. She also touches on some great books that have been impactful in her life and business. Also thoughts on happiness, self-love, and ...
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Today’s guest on Feminine Roadmap was given sixty days to live in 2012. Dr. Erica Harris was given a devastating diagnosis of a rare form of leukemia at just 35 years old. In this episode she walks us through her story and how it taught her to prepare for the worst and expect the best. Erica learned to slow down, soak in the value of this moment. Her leukemia diagnosis lead to a bone marrow transplant which then ended up causing he...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap guest Angela Counsel drops some amazing insight on how to thrive in menopause. Angela is a naturopath and health coach who is passionate about showing women how they can thrive in their menopause years. She addresses health from a physical, mental and spiritual point of view to bring a holistic perspective to the change of life. As women we have been taught through media and cultural mindset what is “norma...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about a midlife widow’s search for love with Debbie Weiss. Debbie found herself widowed at 2013 at the age of 49. This journey lead her to write a book, get a Master’s degree and build a brand new life alone. Her search for love took her about five years and became the basis for her first book, “Available As Is: A Midlife Widow’s Search for Love”. In this episode she tells us some of the les...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking to the amazing Dierdre Wolownick about the sharp end of life. In part 2 of our conversation, Dierdre talks about her big climb up El Capitan and the journey of overcoming her fear to accomplish that feat at 66 and then again at 70 years old. “Only you know what you’re capable of”, she says, “and you’ll never know if you don’t try it.” Dierdre has created a life after 65 that reflects her ...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking to the amazing Dierdre Wolownick about the sharp end of life. Dierdre is the mother of famed free solo climber Alex Honnold. In part one of our two part conversation Dierdre lays the groundwork of her own story of finding out what she was capable of by testing the beliefs she has about herself. As a mother of two extreme athletes, she has encouraged and watched her children achieve extraordi...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap trailblazer Melissa Davey shares the adventure of Beyond Sixty. Melissa left a corporate job that she actually loved at 66 to pursue a dream. What was her dream? Her dream was to become a documentary filmmaker. The challenge was that she had no idea how to make that happen. This episode is her story of the adventure to Beyond Sixty, the documentary she made about women living extraordinary lives beyond six...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about how to eat with ease every day. Author Amy Freinberg-Trufas shares her life changing journey of losing 150 pounds naturally after years of a debilitating food addiction. Her story starts when as a young child of an alcoholic mother she found herself having to navigate being responsible to cover up the alcoholism. As a 10 year old little girl, she was overwhelmed by the traumatic experi...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are learning some lessons from centenarian Lucille who lived until 103. Judy Gaman, author and best friend of Lucille weaves a tale of joy and adventure. Judy met Lucille as a subject for her book “Aged to Perfection” on how to live to 100. Now she believes that everyone needs a Lucille in their life. That one meeting lead to a 4 year friendship that changed both of their lives in the most wonderful wa...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about how to ask for what you want. Many women that I’ve talked to have learned to get along in life and relationships by yielding, complying or staying quiet. While there may be times where that is the appropriate response, more often it is not the healthiest way to handle things. When we begin to understand what it is that we want and need on a fundamental level – emotionally, physically a...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are elevating our midlife style with style whisperer Aleksandra Olenska. Aleksandra is on a mission to help modern women of style and substance to feel more elegant and relevant, to put a little more va-va-voom back into their lives. One of the paradigms that she wants to shift is seeing style as form of self care. When we look into our closets do they express the women we were or the women we have beco...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about fascia and reversing the aging process with John and Sita Kelly of Bendable Body. Bendable Body is a unique approach to stretching that targets unhealthy fascia and reverses the aging process. John and Sita have developed a program that helps people solve their joint pain and deeper health concerns with targeted resistance stretching. The beauty of their system is that it is subtractiv...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about how to reclaim one hour every day with productivity expert Donna McGeorge. Donna has created a practical roadmap for recovering an extra 15% of your time. In this episode she helps you discover how to collect your “one day refund”. She lays out strategies that will enable you to use your newly discovered time wisely. One of her powerful shifts is to get us to ask ourselves whether we h...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking with Ruth Yunker about her journey to ageless. Ruth has lived an extraordinary life after 50 and she shares it with aplomb. Ruth stopped drinking at 50, started traveling again at 56, began living in Paris every year for 6 weeks, and writing several books. Her take on joy, humor, and aging is refreshing. She takes on regrets, personal power, and even the end of life with an openness that enc...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about how to become more power-full with Jenna Banks. Jenna’s goal is to encourage women to become more power-full, to stand in their own power and set healthy boundaries. As women we often spend a large part of our lives, pouring out and yielding to the expectations and desires of others. In this episode we turn that around to consider how we can be more balanced, more power-full by taking ...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we are talking about the Great Weight Dilemma with best selling author, celebrity trainer and health documentarian Vinnie Tortorich. Vinnie has been helping people with their fitness and health for over 40 years. He has produced and directed 3 powerful documentaries: “Fat: A Documentary”, “Fat: A Documentary 2”, and “Beyond Impossible”. His outspoken views about the inaccuracy of the food pyramid, the trut...
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Today on Feminine Roadmap we meet Andrea Garvey who shares how she took a creative leap at 50. Andrea found herself ready for a new adventure after a long and satisfying corporate retail marketing career. She never imagined that she would leave the job she loved. In this episode she talks about what prompted her to consider leaving a job she loved to step into building her own business. Turning 50 seemed like a great place to begin...
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