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Hardy Mom
What's it Like to Have a Chronic Illness?

Hardy Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 7:44


The Bedridden Mom Series is a 30 part daily series of episodes addressing how to live better when you're a mom who lives in bed or on the couch  most of the time. We'll be addressing things like anger, guilt, relationships, and how to get things done when you can't get up. I've learned these hacks after years of parenting my 7 kids & I'm looking forward to sharing them with you!   Thank you for joining me today!  Looking for a community of moms who get what it's like to do all the things while having health challenges? Join the Hardy Moms Facebook group. Want more? Go to HardyMom.com and you'll find ways to live well, grow, and enjoy your life again - with any health challenges. I'd love to hear what you think about this episode! Send me a message at HardyMom.com/contact Have a blessed week, Jen

Down Under Theology
S2 Episode 35: Gospel Centred Church Order (1 & 2 Timothy, Titus)

Down Under Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 62:10


Welcome to season 2 of Down Under Theology, a podcast equipping and encouraging Australian Christians to get down and under the theology impacting the life and mission of the church.In episode 35 we examine the books of 1 & 2 Timothy, and Titus. We have a brief discussion on authorship, break the books down, and then discuss the major themes of the books. These themes include what Murray has termed, "Gospel Centred Church Order" and we have an in-depth discussion about elders and deacons.In Season 2, we'll be going over each book of the Bible, bringing out the big ideas, themes, and implications for the life and mission of the church.Thoughts, questions or feedback? Get in touch with us at downundertheology@gmail.com.---Episode Hosts:Allister Lum Mow (@allisterlm)Cameron Clausing (@cam_clausing)Murray SmithProducer:Nick RabeEpisode Sponsor:Christ College, Sydney---S2 Episode 35 - Show NotesRecommended Resources - How Jesus Runs the Church by Guy Prentiss WatersWell Ordered, Living Well by Guy Prentiss WatersThe Pastoral Epistles by George W. Knight III (Amazon link)Effective Eldership by Murray Smith (ed.) (Eider Books)

Happiness Podcast
#403 Living Life To Its Fullest

Happiness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 12:30


Living Life To Its Fullest There are four things we can explore about how to live life to the fullest. First, how is my life going now? Second, why should I make changes in my life? Third, finding others who are living a beautiful life to learn from. Fourth, commit to working towards living a good life.

Pulling The Thread with Elise Loehnen
Decolonizing Wellness (Chelsey Luger & Thosh Collins)

Pulling The Thread with Elise Loehnen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 70:44


"We have offered a model, the seven circles, that helps people to understand that it's not just food and fitness, which so many wellness practitioners purport. It's not just diet and exercise. It's not just the way that you look on the outside or the $90 yoga pants that you can afford, or the fancy studio class or the 25 ingredient smoothie that costs $25. You know, those are unfortunately the images that we have now when it comes to wellness. And that's why so many people continue to feel excluded and uninterested in wellness. It seems so superficial. And so what I hope is that we have incorporated all these other elements to show people that not only can they be a wellness person who participates or who practices wellness, but they are already. We are all on this journey to some degree already." So says Chelsey Luger. Luger and her husband Thosh Collins are wellness teachers, authors, and the founders of the indigenous wellness initiative, Well for Culture. Launched in 2013, Well For Culture was established to reclaim ancient Native wellness philosophies and practices to promote the wellbeing of the physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional self. From their exploration and practice, the two have developed a holistic model for modern living which they share with us in their first book, The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well.  According to Luger and Collins, these seven circles—food, movement, sleep, community, sacred space, ceremony, and connection to land—are interconnected, working together to keep our lives in balance. In our conversation, we begin to explore these many aspects of health, as Luger and Collins explain how their teachings can be adapted to every life, and how to do so while maintaining respect and reverence for the Indigenous origins of the wisdom and practices they share. We discuss their work to reframe wellness, how to integrate spirituality into movement through intention, and the power of the hollow bone mentality. Healing and wellness is not just a journey of one, they tell us, but rather a journey of family and community: When we take the important steps to heal ourselves, we contribute to the health of all. I was very moved by this conversation, which we'll turn to now. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: Creating a true connection to movement… Misappropriation… Fools Crow and the Hollow Bone Theory… Creating agreements with ourselves around technology… MORE FROM CHELSEY & THOSH: The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well Check out their initiative: Well for Culture Native Wellness Institute Follow Thosh on Instagram  Follow Chelsey on Instagram To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Erasing Shame
Living well with ADHD - Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Erasing Shame

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 31:32


Hannah Lee Sandoval describes her experience of being diagnosed during her college years, and how she's better managed her symptoms through therapy and medication to living well. How did it help or hurt to be part of a church community? Listen to find out. https://youtu.be/yUas2PItNOM

The Good Life Coach
Dr. Renée Alsarraf: Author of "Sit, Stay, Heal: What Dogs Can Teach Us About Living Well"

The Good Life Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 41:54


For more than two decades, esteemed veterinary oncologist Dr. Renée Alsarraf treated cancer in canine patients. Then at age fifty-one, she was diagnosed with cancer herself. The disease Dr. Renée had dedicated her professional life to fighting, suddenly left her scared and unsure. But it was only in receiving her own cancer diagnosis that Dr. Renée realized the empathy she had for animals went both ways. It was her patients—those furry, four-legged, slobbering animals— who seemed to uniquely understand the jumbled language of her own difficult journey and who showed her the true power of positivity and unconditional love. Dr. Renée shares what we can learn from dogs in her beautiful memoir Sit, Stay, Heal: What Dogs Can Teach Us About Living Well” All of the show notes can be found at https://thegoodlifecoach.com/215/ WE DISCUSS Why Dr. Renee wrote this book and what she hopes people will walk away with after reading it. How dogs can be an incredible guide when we suffer from any issue.  They are so present and the human-animal bond is so profound. She speaks to the power of women and to the moms out their navigating everything. Facing our own mortality. How her book helps people navigate end of life decisions with their dogs. The insights into vet and human medicine and some of the specific differences between how humans and animals are treated when they have cancer, and more. RESOURCES MENTIONED Dr. Alsarraf's book: “Sit, Stay, Heal: What Dogs Can Teach Us About Living Well” Website: www.sitstayhealbook.com Renee on Instagram Michele on Instagram MORE ABOUT DR. RENEE: DR. RENEE ALSARRAF has created four different veterinary oncology practices and led three veterinary radiation facilities. She has performed numerous veterinary clinical trials, co-authored peer-reviewed journal articles, and has lectured both locally and on the national level. She completed a medical oncology residency in New York City at The Animal Medical Center. She lives in Montclair, New Jersey, and is married to a veterinary ophthalmologist. They have one son, whom she cherishes, as well as Dusty, her beloved, bossy, six-year-old female boxer. Thank you for listening to the show!

Grandson of a Pastor
57: Living Well with Bev Barton

Grandson of a Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 51:37


It's not where you live, it's how you live. According to today's guest Bev Barton, there's a lot more to real estate than just location. This week, Bev, broker and owner of the Living Well Company, joins Danielle and Victor for a special look at market conditions, rental properties, and the changing real estate landscape. Splitting her work between Michigan and Florida, Bev brings us insights on: The "Living Well" Philosophy Why Michigan is becoming a popular tourist destination (and how you can leverage rental properties to take advantage) How natural disasters actually affect property values What you need to know about renting.    And more! Thanks for listening. Show Links For more information, follow the links below. Victor Bals - Sales Manager, Sr. Loan Officer NMLS #162273 VictorBals.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VictorBalsTeam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victorbals/   Danielle Boote - Branch Manager/Sr. Loan Officer NMLS #170173 DanielleBoote.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DanielleBooteMortgageBanker Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mortgageswithdanielle/   Thank you to our sponsor! Website: AssistMyRealtor.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/assistmyrealtor YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDSKvim5NsiiEUbm3kQVGqw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/assist.my.realtor/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/assist-my-realtor-8101a5133/   Guest Links Bev Barton Website: LivingWellCompany.com  Email: Bev@BevBarton.com  Ph: 734.320.0121

Classical Wisdom Speaks
Death DOES Concern Us: With Michael Fontaine, Massimo Pigliucci, Donald Robertson and Anya Leonard

Classical Wisdom Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 84:40 Transcription Available


How to Grieve: From Cicero and Stoicism to Modern practices, How Can Philosophy HELP US Handle Loss? Panel DiscussionIn 45 BCE, the Roman statesman Cicero fell to pieces when his beloved daughter, Tullia, died from complications of childbirth. But from the depths of despair, Cicero fought his way back. In an effort to cope with his loss, he wrote a consolation speech―not for others, as had always been done, but for himself. And it worked.Cicero's Consolation was something new in literature, equal parts philosophy and motivational speech. Drawing on the full range of Greek philosophy and Roman history, Cicero convinced himself that death and loss are part of life, and that if others have survived them, we can, too; resilience, endurance, and fortitude are the way forward.This panel discusses the revelations of Cicero's consolation and how they relate to both the ancient philosophy of Stoicism and modern behavioral cognitive therapy... all with the aim of finding a better understanding on how to grieve.Watch eminent professors and authors, Michael Fontaine, Massimo Pigliucci, and Donald Robertson for this thought-provoking, important conversation. About the Speakers:Michael Fontaine is Professor in the Department of Classics at Cornell University, New York and author of many books and articles, including: How to tell a Joke, The Pig War, How to Drink: A classical Guide to Imbibing, and most recently, How to Grieve: An Ancient Guide to the Lost Art of Consolation.Massimo Pigliucci is the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York and author of many books, including How to Be a Stoic: Using Ancient Philosophy to Live a Modern Life... and most recently, How to Be Good: What Socrates Can Teach Us About the Art of Living Well. Donald Robertson is a writer, cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist and trainer, specializing in teaching evidence-based psychological skills and is the president of Plato's Academy Center.  Donald is the author of several books and many articles on philosophy, psychotherapy, and psychological skills training, including How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, and his most recent project, Verissimus: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, a graphic novel has just been released.Anya Leonard is the Founder and Director of Classical Wisdom, a site dedicated to bringing ancient wisdom to modern minds. Co-founded in 2013 with Bill Bonner, in conjunction with Les Belles Lettres, the French publishing house.  She has recently published a children's book, Sappho: The Lost Poetess, dedicated to the life, works and remarkable recent discovery of a poem written by the 7th century Poetess, Sappho.You can learn more about Classical Wisdom and our mission to bring ancient wisdom to modern minds here: https://classicalwisdom.substack.com/

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
Ask Jack - Soups | S4E63

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 45:57


Welcome to your next “plating” of Ask Jack, featuring the prodigious culinary talents of professional chef, writer, and OMSer Jack McNulty answering food and cooking questions from our community that inform their healthy Overcoming MS (OMS) lifestyle. You can submit your questions for Jack anytime by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org. Keep on reading for the key episode takeaways. If you're interested in more recipes from the Overcoming MS Program, take a look at the collection on our website. We have easy, intermediate and hard recipes, so there's something for all skill levels! Also, make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you're new to Overcoming MS, visit our introductory page to find out more about how we support people with MS Bio Jack McNulty has been involved in food and cooking most of his life. He's walked many paths during his culinary journey, including transforming himself from an interested home cook to a professional chef with classical training. He has worked for talented and knowledgeable chefs in high-end restaurants in Switzerland, Italy, and France. Jack operated his own catering business and cooking school for 15 years, while also finding time to write about cooking. Jack's current activities include operating myfreshattitude.com – a website dedicated to providing healthy vegan recipes and useful vegan cooking instruction and techniques. He also writes and distributes a weekly international newsletter - VeganWeekly – to inspire people to cook healthy vegan food. Jack has followed the Overcoming MS lifestyle since 2009. He has actively worked on providing recipes and information to the Overcoming MS website, was the contributing editor to the OMS Cookbook, and authored the ‘Eat Well' chapter in the latest Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis Handbook.   Selected Key Takeaways Making your own veggie broth is easy and cost effective“A lot of people say, "Oh, you know, I don't have time to make my own vegetable broth." Well, vegetable broth takes all of, maybe, 30 minutes to make as you could put it together while watching a sitcom on TV in the background. It's one of those things that you can make in a large quantity, always have on hand, [and] you can freeze it easily. And it doesn't really require a huge effort. In terms of cost: probably not that much more significant than buying (stock) cubes and powder.” Use a large, heavy bottom pot to cook soup“[Thinking about the cooking pot], what I find really important is a heavy bottom. So stainless steel works really well. Thin bottom pots tend to develop hotspots and that will scorch ingredients on the bottom. That becomes very important when you're using things like lentils that like to sink to the bottom. If they grab onto one of those hotspots, they're going to scorch, they're going to burn and basically that will ruin the flavor of the entire soup.” An umami broth makes a great stew base“A stew basically is going to be the same as a soup, it just has a different amount of liquid in it. But if you wanted to make it that stick to your ribs kind of consistency, you need to have a very rich broth. And it needs to be something with color. So I make what I call an ‘umami broth' using dried mushrooms, mushroom powder, I use some soya sauce in there, and a little bit of miso in there. And it turns out very, very dark, and actually has quite a meaty flavor to it.” Related Links: Connect with Jack on social media  https://linktr.ee/jackmcn. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's 9 Meals from Anarchy Overcoming MS compliant stock https://www.ninemealsfromanarchy.co.uk/vegetable-stock-paste/hughs-classic Recipe links mentioned in podcast: Umami Broth Vegetable Broth Brown Sauce with Mushroom Bourguignon Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favorite podcast listening app. If you enjoy Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org. If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here.

Around Grandfather Fire
AGF 100 - Spells for Living Well

Around Grandfather Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 135:44


Phyllis Curott joins us for this very special episode which became a Rock The Vote episode as well! Buy her new book at https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/60256642-spells-for-living-well. Her website: https://www.phylliscurott.com/ BONUS! Phyllis has provided us with a link where you can get a free step-by-step spellcasting pdf. https://www.phylliscurott.com/spellcasting -- Copyright 2022 -- Our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/aroundgrandfatherfire Our Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/agfpodcast *Annual Member Tinder Tony, Heidi, Claire, Hanna, Kristine, Laura Loki, Imtir, Casper K.*, Blkcat88, Candy M., Craig, Emi, Voyager Spark M Anon, Indi Latrani, Katie, Dashifen*, Melkor, Alissa Addy, LaDena, Marco, Amanda S., Leif Stig, Annora, Boojumhaus, Kim B.*, Nolan*, Elanor Faithful* Kindling Mother Multiverse, Josie, Genessa, Maleck Odinsson, Nick H., Jane W., Cynnian*, Jean Cavanaugh, Mach*, Cammy* Flame Victoria* Amanda H., Brannadov* Blaze Kirk Thomas Our store on Redbubble https://www.redbubble.com/people/AGFLLC3 -- Opening voice work Kai Belcher Music “Ophelia” by Les Hayden, provided by the Free Music Archive and used under Creative Commons licenses: freemusicarchive.org/music/Les_Hayden/Proverbs/Les_Hayden_-_Proverbs_-_05_Ophelia_1785 -- Our discord community https://discord.gg/3fFdYPnrVk Find us on FaceBook http://wwwfacebook.com/Around Grandfather Fire -- Sarenth's Patreon https://sarenth.wordpress.com/patreon/ Wordpress https://sarenth.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @Sarenth Three Pagans On Tap -- Jim TwoSnakes Wordpress: https://themoonlitsanctuary.wordpress.com/ Instagram: @jimtwosnakes TikTok: jimtwosnakes2 -- Caitlin Storm Breaker FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/caitlin.terry.5099 Blog: https://stormpaqo.home.blog --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/around-grandfather-fire/message

Dog Works Radio
Sit, Stay, Heal w/ Dr. Renee Alsarraf

Dog Works Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 33:34


On this episode, we speak to Dr. Renee Alsarraf about her new book, Sit, Stay Heal: What Dogs Can Teach Us about Living Well. Dr. Renee is a veterinary oncologist and treats dogs with cancer.  To Read More: Sit, Stay Heal Support Our Work: Donate Today

The Diet Obsessed
Wine for Breakfast, Dr. Will Cole, Carnivore-ish Diet, Eating Organs with Ashleigh VanHouten, Airport Sushi

The Diet Obsessed

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 52:52


On this week's episode of "The Diet Obsessed Podcast" I recap my recent trip to the East Coast, where I had a few delicious meals and also managed to lose a little weight, which is VERY rare when I am traveling.  I discuss my breakfast of champions while flying (aka wine) and the not-so-bad airport sushi that kept me on track.I also do a review of "The Art of Living Well" podcast from Dr. Will Cole.   On this show, Dr. Cole had on guest Ashleigh Vanhouten, who is a health coach and author of "It takes Guts" which is a cookbook that helps people find easy ways to incorporate nutrient-dense organ meat (gross but fascinating.)Dr. Cole and Ashleigh discuss how to use a "carnivorish" way of eating to reset your body, instead of fasting, along with many other compelling topics!If this interests you, please follow "The Diet Obsessed Podcast" and rate, review and subscribe.  Also, follow me on Instagram @thedietobsessedpodcast

Healthy Runner Podcast
147. Running with Multiple Sclerosis with Dr. Gretchen Hawley

Healthy Runner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 58:57


Are you a runner who has been recently diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis or have you had MS and you are thinking of starting to run?   Do you have MS and have goals of improving your mobility, energy, and motivation?     Dr. Gretchen Hawley is a Physical therapist, Certified Multiple Sclerosis Specialist, Creator of the MSing LINK, a MS wellness program, and has been a keynote speaker at several Living Well with MS events and sponsored by the MS Society in addition to MS Views & News.   In this episode, Gretchen is going to provide you with a runner's guide to keep logging those miles safely even if you have recently been diagnosed with MS or if you had MS for a while and you want to start running.   Gretchen shares why it is important to exercise with MS, specific muscles you should focus on with MS, and some special tips and considerations for you MS warrior runners!      Related Resources:   SPARK Blueprint:  5 Tips To Run Stronger & Healthier https://learn.sparkhealthyrunner.com/blueprint   Episode 15 How To Start Running: A Guide to Running for Beginners: https://sparkyourtraining.com/running-for-beginners/   Episode 105 What Is Base Training in Running? https://sparkyourtraining.com/what-is-base-training-in-running/    Are you ready to take action and get the accountability you deserve to unlock your greatest potential as a runner?    Get stronger, run faster, and become a lifelong injury free runner with our 16 week 1-on-1 Healthy Runner Coaching Program.  Get the support, structure, and accountability from experts in the health and running industry.  Personalized easy to follow plans tailored to your unique needs and busy life. Just head to  https://learn.sparkhealthyrunner.com/coaching to learn more!   This week's show brought to you by:    Naboso, which is a company that is dedicated to redefining what's underneath your feet so you can feel more to move better as a runner!     Click here and use code HEALTHYRUNNER for 20% off your entire Naboso order! Learn more about how Naboso's textured products connect you to your exercises and your running by strengthening your feet and helping you recover from your runs. Just head to: https://bit.ly/healthyrunner and use the code HEALTHYRUNNER at checkout to save 20%!     Connect with Dr. Gretchen Hawley: Website: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/ Instagram: @doctor.gretchen YouTube: Doctor Gretchen Hawley Online Wellness Program: https://www.doctorgretchenhawley.com/TheMSingLink MS Wellness and Support Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mswellness The MSing Link Podcast (Apple/iTunes) The MSing Link Podcast (Spotify)    Connect with Dr. Duane: Instagram - @sparkhealthyrunner Join Our Healthy Runner Facebook Community Subscribe to our YouTube Channel duane@sparkyourtraining.com www.sparkhealthyrunner.com   Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play iHeartRadio Amazon Music Website

ABG - AsianBossGirl
Living Well with Janet: I Had an Energy Healing Session and Here's What Happened

ABG - AsianBossGirl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 21:19 Very Popular


Have you ever heard of “energy healing”, “Reiki”, or phrases like “balancing your chakras”? As someone who started my interest in wellness rooted more in traditional Western concepts of nutrition and health, energy healing is something I might have rolled my eyes at a decade ago. But since that time, I have been more curious about this modality of wellness, of healing. If you're in the same boat as me – curious about this modality, but a little skeptical – listen to this episode where I share about my first energy healing experience (live audio from the session included!). Have you ever had an energy healing session? Or are you interested in trying it? Let me know in the comments! __________________________________________ Host: Janet Wang Editor: Victoria Cheng __________________________________________ P A R T N E R S • Modern Fertility: Get $20 off a test by visiting ModernFertility.com/ABG __________________________________________ C O N N E C T W I T H U S • Subscribe and Follow us @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Amazon Music/YouTube/Instagram/Twitter/Facebook • Listener Survey: Let us know your thoughts on the podcast here • Shoutouts: Give a shoutout on the podcast here • Email: hello@asianbossgirl.com __________________________________________ S U P P O R T U S • Merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com • Donate: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support • More about us at asianbossgirl.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Native American Studies
Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins, "The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well" (HarperOne, 2022)

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 45:55


The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well, by Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins, was published by HarperOne in 2022. In this honest and intentional book, Luger and Collins takes us out of capitalism and into indigenous territory to learn what true wellness means. In this revolutionary self-help guide, two beloved Native American wellness activists offer wisdom for achieving spiritual, physical, and emotional wellbeing rooted in Indigenous ancestral knowledge. When wellness teachers and husband-wife duo Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins founded their Indigenous wellness initiative, Well for Culture, they extended an invitation to all to honor their whole self through Native wellness philosophies and practices. In reclaiming this ancient wisdom for health and wellbeing—drawing from traditions spanning multiple tribes—they developed the Seven Circles, a holistic model for modern living rooted in timeless teachings from their ancestors. Luger and Collins have introduced this universally adaptable template for living well to Ivy league universities and corporations like Nike, Adidas, and Google, and now make it available to everyone in this wise guide. The Seven Circles model comprises interconnected circles that keep all aspects of our lives in balance, functioning in harmony with one another. They are food, movement, sleep, ceremony, sacred space, land, community In The Seven Circles, Luger and Collins share intimate stories from their life journeys growing up in tribal communities, from the Indigenous tradition of staying active and spiritually centered through running and dance, to the universal Indigenous emphasis on a light-filled, minimalist home to create sacred space. Along the way, Luger and Collins invite readers to both adapt these teachings to their lives as well as do so without appropriating and erasing the original context, representing a critical new ethos for the wellness space. Each chapter closes with practical advice on how to engage with the teachings, as well as wisdom for keeping that particular circle in harmony with the others. With warmth and generosity—and 75 atmospheric photographs by Collins throughout—The Seven Circles teaches us how to connect with nature, with our community, and with ourselves, and to integrate ancient Indigenous philosophies of health and wellbeing into our own lives to find healing and balance. Meg Gambino is an artist and activist currently working as the Client and Community Relations Manager at a local nonprofit focused on ending hunger in North Penn. Her life mission is to creatively empower others by modeling reconciliation between communities of people and people on the margins. Find her on Instagram @megambino. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

New Books Network
Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins, "The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well" (HarperOne, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 45:55


The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well, by Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins, was published by HarperOne in 2022. In this honest and intentional book, Luger and Collins takes us out of capitalism and into indigenous territory to learn what true wellness means. In this revolutionary self-help guide, two beloved Native American wellness activists offer wisdom for achieving spiritual, physical, and emotional wellbeing rooted in Indigenous ancestral knowledge. When wellness teachers and husband-wife duo Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins founded their Indigenous wellness initiative, Well for Culture, they extended an invitation to all to honor their whole self through Native wellness philosophies and practices. In reclaiming this ancient wisdom for health and wellbeing—drawing from traditions spanning multiple tribes—they developed the Seven Circles, a holistic model for modern living rooted in timeless teachings from their ancestors. Luger and Collins have introduced this universally adaptable template for living well to Ivy league universities and corporations like Nike, Adidas, and Google, and now make it available to everyone in this wise guide. The Seven Circles model comprises interconnected circles that keep all aspects of our lives in balance, functioning in harmony with one another. They are food, movement, sleep, ceremony, sacred space, land, community In The Seven Circles, Luger and Collins share intimate stories from their life journeys growing up in tribal communities, from the Indigenous tradition of staying active and spiritually centered through running and dance, to the universal Indigenous emphasis on a light-filled, minimalist home to create sacred space. Along the way, Luger and Collins invite readers to both adapt these teachings to their lives as well as do so without appropriating and erasing the original context, representing a critical new ethos for the wellness space. Each chapter closes with practical advice on how to engage with the teachings, as well as wisdom for keeping that particular circle in harmony with the others. With warmth and generosity—and 75 atmospheric photographs by Collins throughout—The Seven Circles teaches us how to connect with nature, with our community, and with ourselves, and to integrate ancient Indigenous philosophies of health and wellbeing into our own lives to find healing and balance. Meg Gambino is an artist and activist currently working as the Client and Community Relations Manager at a local nonprofit focused on ending hunger in North Penn. Her life mission is to creatively empower others by modeling reconciliation between communities of people and people on the margins. Find her on Instagram @megambino. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Joyous Health Podcast
81: Simple Hacks for a Healthy Gut with Desiree Nielsen, Registered Dietician

The Joyous Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 60:49


This week, Joy chats with Desiree Nielsen, ​​a registered dietitian who takes an evidence-based, integrative approach to her dietetics work, with a focus on anti-inflammatory, plant-centred nutrition and digestive health. ​​She is the author of multiple books, including one on anti-inflammatory nutrition called Un-Junk Your Diet, a plant-based cookbook called Eat More Plants: 100 Anti-inflammatory Plant-centred Recipes for Vibrant Living, which became a #1 National Bestseller, and her new cookbook on gut health, Good For Your Gut: A Plant-based Digestive Health Guide and Nourishing Recipes for Living Well. She also hosts the evidence-informed wellness podcast, The Allsorts Podcast, where she interviews leading experts on topics such as gut health, plant-based nutrition, and more. In this episode Desiree shares actionable steps to help reduce bloating and train your digestive tract to enjoy more plant-based foods. Desiree is a wealth of knowledge and the simple, but powerful information she shares will change your gut and your life forever! After listening to this episode you will feel empowered to make small, sustainable changes to your diet and lifestyle in order to support lasting health.  If you've been struggling with digestive health and overwhelmed with conflicting information on how to heal then you won't want to miss this episode! So grab your favourite cup of tea, settle in with your notebook, and get ready to heal your gut, naturally.    Episode Highlights: How Desire's love of food led her to a career in dietetics.  Desiree's aha moment of learning how food can impact health. The decision she made to switch from pursuing a medical degree to becoming a dietician.  What plant-based nutrition means to Desiree.   Her focus as a dietician: digestive health, plant-based nutrition, and chronic inflammatory disorders. Why she thinks dieticians can be more specific in their recommendations to empower clients.  Why you should eat 30 different plants a week to nourish your microbiome.  How to incorporate this many plants into your diet. Hint: herbs, spices, nuts, seeds, legumes, and whole grains all count as plants! The role of a healthy microbiome, especially in the ascending colon, for overall health. What are short chain fatty acids and why should you care?  The interaction between gut health, immune health, and nervous system function.  The power of butyrate in improving the inflammatory response.  Why inflammation is a critical immune response.  How short chain fatty acids impact the nervous system.  Why IBS is considered a disorder of gut-brain communication.  How changes in the enteric nervous system may impact our mental wellbeing. Different causes of bloating and what to do about them. The role of psychological stress in altering the function of the digestive system.  How dysregulation in the abdominal wall can impact digestive function.  Why tight pants can cause bloating.  The importance of chewing your food thoroughly.  Desiree's perspective on digestive bitters and other quick & easy fixes for bloating. Why she suggests everyone incorporate more bitter veggies into their lives.  Why she thinks coffee can be a beneficial addition to a healthy diet, based on context. The importance of understanding your body's unique needs to create your healthiest diet. Why you don't need to adhere to strict dietary guidelines for optimal health. The role of the migrating motor complex in maintaining gut health. How Desiree's eating habits have evolved over the years.  How much time you should leave between when you eat your last meal and when you go to bed. The importance of consistency for digestive health.  What food intolerances can say about your gut health.  How training the gut can improve your capacity to digest a variety of foods. How cooking and blending high fibre foods can start training the gut. Desiree's goal in writing her new book Good For Your Gut.  The role of supplementation, stress management, and lifestyle changes for gut health.   Resources: Desiree on Instagram Desiree's Website Sign up for Desiree's Newsletter Good for Your Gut Cookbook Join Desiree's Free Nutrition Community The Allsorts Podcast on Instagram Listen to the Allsorts Podcast   More about Joyous Health:   Check out our award-winning blog Joyous Health   Check out Joy's bestselling cookbooks   Sign up for the Joyous Health newsletter   Follow Joyous Health on Instagram   Find Joyous Health on Facebook   Learn more about The Joyous Health Business Program   Check out our full line of Natural & Organic Haircare and Body Care.   Join Joy's Hair Care Challenge at Natural Hair Care Challenge   Explore Joyous Health Kids at Joyous Health Kids

40+ Fitness Podcast
The seven circles model of health and wellbeing with Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins

40+ Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 71:46


Chelsey Luger and Thosh Collins grew up actively engaged with their indigenous cultures. Chelsey from North Dakota, and thus from Arizona. Seeing the deep need for health advocacy, they are actively speaking and teaching across North America. Chelsea is a writer and health advocacy it. She is the cofounder of well for Culture. Thosh is a photographer, board member for the Native Wellness Institute and a cofounder of well for Culture. On episode 561 of the 40+ Fitness Podcast we talk about their book, the Seven Indigenous Teachings for Living Well. You can find the full show notes for this episode at 40plusfitnesspodcast.com/561.

Podcast - Hope Church
Living Well - Will Davis

Podcast - Hope Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 33:51


You Can Heal Your Life®
Phillis Curott | Spells for Living Well (Audiobook Excerpt)

You Can Heal Your Life®

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 16:52 Very Popular


Today on the You Can Heal Your Life Podcast, you'll hear a chapter from spiritual pioneer, attorney, and Witch Phyllis Curott's brand new audiobook, Spells for Living Well: A Witch's Guide for Manifesting Change, Well-being, and Wonder. In this chapter, you'll learn to discover the magical power of Witchcraft and spellcasting and manifest clarity, healing, and transformation for yourself, others, and the natural world. If you enjoy this excerpt, beginning October 25th you can listen to the full audiobook FREE for 14 days in the Empower You Unlimited Audio App. To download the app today, Apple users visit hayhouse.com/apple and Android users visit hayhouse.com/google. 

You Can Heal Your Life®
Phyllis Curott | Modern Day Witchcraft

You Can Heal Your Life®

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 37:18 Very Popular


Join spiritual pioneer, attorney and Witch, Phyllis Curott in conversation with Hay House UK's Managing Director and Publisher Michelle Pilley. Phyllis and Michelle discuss spells, witchcraft, and Phyllis' brand-new audiobook Spells for Living Well.  You'll learn what spells are and how they can be used to manifest what you need and what is essential to your health and wellbeing.  If you enjoy this episode, we think you'll love the Spells for Living Well audiobook! Beginning October 25th, you can listen to the full audiobook FREE for 14 days in the Empower You Unlimited Audio App. To download the app today, Apple users visit hayhouse.com/apple and Android users visit hayhouse.com/google. 

Delivering Health
103. Living Well with Dr. Damon Ernst

Delivering Health

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 30:17


People frequently want quick answers and easy fixes. However, long-term health requires consistent commitment, ensuring you have the right team and making health a priority in your life. Here to discuss how you can more effectively and efficiently reach your health goal is Dr. Damon Ernst, host of the Ditch the Quick Fix podcast.   Resources talked about in this episode Guest blog mentioned -  Why Melatonin Isn't Enough Guest podcast - www.ditchthequickfix.com 

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
10 minutes with George: Learnings after following the program for years and the future | S4E62

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 14:40


Welcome to Living Well with MS. We are pleased to welcome Professor George Jelinek as part of a short series, '10 minutes with George'. These special episodes with the creator of the Overcoming MS Program mark the 10th anniversary of our charity, Overcoming MS.  In this final episode, George explains his learnings after many years on the program and his hopes for the future. You can also watch it here.   Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Professor Jelinek's bio.  Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you're new to Overcoming MS, visit our introductory page to find out more about how we support people with MS  This is the fifth instalment of a five-part series. Listen to parts one, two, three and four.      Bio: Professor George Jelinek developed the Overcoming MS Program and founded the Neuroepidemiology Unit at the University of Melbourne's School of Population and Global Health which continues to research its benefits.  George's Story When George was diagnosed with MS in 1999, he was determined to do something. His mother had died as a consequence of her MS, which spurred him on to sort through the medical literature on MS. His career as a Professor in Emergency Medicine and his background as Editor-in-Chief of a major medical journal gave him the tools to do this.  It became clear to George that remaining well after a diagnosis of MS is more than just a possibility. He found that with commitment to the right lifestyle changes, there is the real probability that many people with MS can live long, healthy lives, relatively free of the usual problems associated with the illness. These lifestyle recommendations are now referred to as the Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS) Program, which he detailed in his book Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis.  George has remained free of further relapses, as have many people who follow the OMS Program.    Selected Key Takeaways:   The Overcoming MS Program can improve your mental health, even if you don't physically get better. (4:25) “Some of the best things I've seen have been in people who didn't physically get better. A good example is someone who came to the program very early on when I first started running the retreats, who was using a wheelchair and had had MS for 25 years and was very disabled and was very depressed…. I saw her again, some months and then years later, and she was still using a wheelchair to get around and she still clearly was very disabled. But for me, there was this sort of radiance coming from her…. And I thought, now there's an outcome worth celebrating, even though it doesn't quite fit into some of the preconceived ideas we might have about overcoming [MS] or recovering.”     As evidence accumulates, the program evolves. Cryotherapy is one potential example.(10:36) “There's stuff in the literature now about cryotherapy – about regular exposure to cold – and some people have already adopted that. But these things are in their infancy, really, and we aren't at the point where I think it's sensible to adopt it as a mainstream recommendation in the program. But like all evidence-based programs, as the evidence keeps accumulating, the program will keep evolving, and that's how it should be.”  The key elements in the OMS Program involve modifying the factors which cause the illness to progress. (12:24) “There's no guarantee, but if you can modify the risks, (and there's a good science on which factors cause the illness to progress)... then you give yourself every chance of having the best possible outcome. And these are generally diet, exercise, stress, sunlight and vitamin D. They're really the key planks [of the Overcoming MS Program].”    Related Links:   Overview of the OMS program  Don't miss out:  Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favourite podcast listening app. If you enjoy Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org.  If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here.

All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond
Living Well When You're Busy: Dear Mentor Podcast

All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 45:29


"What works right now, in this season?" — Cynthia Prescott How do you live well in the midst of a busy season? Three faculty women weigh in with their best practices in this Dear Mentor episode. How do you live well when you're in a busy season? What practices can help nourish you when there is very little white space at the edges of your life? In this special episode, we're continuing our series of Dear Mentor conversations where we answer some of your most pressing questions. Today, we're talking about thriving in the midst of a full life. Karen Hice Guzmán, director of Women Scholars and Professionals, sat down with three women faculty members —  two married with kids and one single, representing the fields of chemistry, sociology, and history — and recorded their thoughts and practices for living your best life in the midst of your busiest life. So have a listen! We're so glad you're here. — Ann Boyd Featuring Ruth López Turley, Ellane Park, & Cynthia Prescott, with Karen Hice Guzmán For show notes or more information, please visit our article at The Well. If you'd like to support the work of InterVarsity's Women Scholars and Professionals, including future podcasts such as this episode, you can do so at givetoiv.org/wsap. Thank you for listening!

Seacoast Community Church
A Final Command on Living Well

Seacoast Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 47:49


Power Your Life
Richard Cheu: Love Letters From Janey

Power Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 45:00


Author, historian, deacon, and hospice chaplain Richard Cheu has written “Living Well with Chronic Illness: A Practical and Spiritual Guide''. His recent book “Love Letters From Janey: 50 Years of Breaking Barriers Together” features the 167 letters from his wife. This tribute honors their 50 year love story: A testament to their love and passionate support for each other to succeed despite the discrimination they battled. His sixty-five oral histories that address the effects of America's Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 on 20th century Chinese Americans are archived at Stanford University's Hoover Institution. Richard is an economist who created the economic plan transforming Taiwan into a modern economy, a neurophysiologist who received a U.S. Patent for inventing a method for improving vision. Richard is also an auxiliary chaplain of the New York fire department. A National Park Service volunteer history interpreter, he's given 90 talks onboard Amtrak trains.  

I AM | Jen WIlson
Arthritis - Protecting yourself and living well with arthritis

I AM | Jen WIlson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 16:03


1.5 million people in Scotland have a diagnosis of arthritis - that's over a quarter of the population. In the UK as a whole, there are 10 million diagnosed... What is going on?! In this episode I give some advice on how to reduce your risk, slow down the progression and live well. Follow Jen on social media : www.iamjenwilson.com www.instgram.com/iam.jenwilson www.facebook.com/iamjenwilson www.tiktok.com/iam.jenwilson www.pinterest.com/thehealingrebel www.youtube.com/iamjenwilson www.iamjenwilson.com/feet and usevoucher code PODCAST for your special listener discount

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
10 mins with George: Defining ‘overcoming' MS and ‘recovery' | S4E61

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 11:52


Welcome to Living Well with MS. We are pleased to welcome Professor George Jelinek as part of a short series, '10 minutes with George'. These special episodes with the creator of the Overcoming MS Program mark the 10th anniversary of our charity, Overcoming MS. In this fourth episode, George explains how he uses and defines “overcoming” MS and “recovery”. You can also watch it here.  Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Professor Jelinek's bio. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you're new to Overcoming MS, visit our introductory page to find out more about how we support people with MS. This is the fourth instalment of a five-part series. Listen to parts one, two and three. Bio: Professor George Jelinek developed the Overcoming MS Program and founded the Neuroepidemiology Unit at the University of Melbourne's School of Population and Global Health which continues to research its benefits. George's Story When George was diagnosed with MS in 1999, he was determined to do something. His mother had died as a consequence of her MS, which spurred him on to sort through the medical literature on MS. His career as a Professor in Emergency Medicine and his background as Editor-in-Chief of a major medical journal gave him the tools to do this. It became clear to George that remaining well after a diagnosis of MS is more than just a possibility. He found that with commitment to the right lifestyle changes, there is the real probability that many people with MS can live long, healthy lives, relatively free of the usual problems associated with the illness. These lifestyle recommendations are now referred to as the Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS) Program, which he detailed in his book Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis. George has remained free of further relapses, as have many people who follow the OMS Program.   Selected Key Takeaways: “Overcoming MS” can mean stabilizing rather than deteriorating (4:06) “My own health started to more than stabilize. And that was a surprise to me. In that I started to not only not deteriorate, but I started to feel better than I did before.” For us as a charity, “Overcoming MS” means living a full and happy life after a diagnosis. Although there is currently no cure, depending on your starting point, the Overcoming MS program may lead to improvements in your physical and mental health, reducing the impact of your MS symptoms, slowing or preventing its progression. Some people recover function and, most importantly, you can lead a full and happy life with MS. For George, “recovering from MS” is an ongoing process rather than an outcome (7:10) “I'd say I'm recovering from MS. [But] it's a process, not an outcome. In my view, we're not looking for a final destination. In life, the only final destination is death. I'm not trying to get somewhere, it's the process of how I'm living every day that constitutes recovering from MS.” For us as a charity, we look at a range of uses of the word recovery: recovering lost function, recovering mental strength and recovering quality of life. These different outcomes are possible depending on your starting point and personal situation.  The Overcoming MS program manages symptoms, it's not a cure (9:00) “A cure has never been part of this. It would be ridiculous to say that living a really healthy life like this cures MS. Because I know if I was to return to my former bad habits, that there'd be every chance that I'd get a flare up of some sort.” Related Links: OMS Blog: How to Stick with OMS OMS Blog: Latest NEU Paper Shows Diet Quality Predicts Long-Term Quality of Life in MS OMS: What are the next Steps? Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favorite podcast listening app. If you enjoy Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org. If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here

Help Existing
Help Seeing Invisible Illness—Poet & Activist Ashna Ali

Help Existing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 38:12


This week I'm joined by my dear friend, Ashna Ali. Ashna is the author of the poetry collection The Relativity of Living Well, and they're joining me to talk about the effects of invisible illnesses on their life. After having long COVID, they now live with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.  We talked about mitigating risk, the politics of masking, as well as how to be better towards people who have invisible illnesses. Ashna is a queer, agender, Bangladeshi diasporic poet raised in Italy and based in Brooklyn. You can find them online at www.ashnaali.com and on Instagram @doctordushtu.   

Claremont Speaks...
Aging Well means Living Well - the right resources can make the difference; AgingNext CEO Abby Pascua on optimally managing aging.

Claremont Speaks...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 42:11


Aging is the one thing that everyone has in common, and does constantly, every day.  Being aware of what's available to you is the greatest gift that you can give to yourself.At AgingNext, CEO Abby Pascua and her experienced and dedicated team are among Claremont's hidden gems in that their entire focus is on supporting and improving the quality of life as people get older.  Describing her work as her purpose and calling - something she know is what she's meant to do - Abby recounts her path with AgingNext from receptionist to CEO, and highlights the thousands of instances of help she and AgingNext have been over the years, and how they tirelessly continue to do more, for more.Abby's statistics on the number of meals delivered, transportation provided and other services selflessly given to the people of Claremont and surrounding cities are both admirable and a bit astonishing.  Understanding how they support and improve the quality of life for so many should prompt one to investigate AgingNext further and learn more about the resources available - for when the time comes, if not at the present.Everyone should listen to this episode, as everyone will need some help someday - and Abby and her staff at AgingNext would be very glad to simply explain the benefits available, even if not for now, but for when the time comes.  After listening, contact AgingNext, ask for information, and tell Abby how much you enjoyed her episode - a huge smile is guaranteed.==================================AgingNext is located  at 141  Spring Street Claremont CA 91711Contact Abby and her staff at:(909) 621-9900(909) 741-7296Email: hello@agingnext.orgWebsite:  www.agingnext.orgFeedback, questions, comments, constructive criticism are all welcomed and encouraged.Send to claremontspeaks@gmail.com with Feedback in the subject line, or go to the appropriate page on Claremont Speaks' website - https://www.claremontspeaks.comClaremont Speaks is a Paradise Road Media production. PRM is dedicated to helping you create...

Super Human Radio
Warrior Diet with Ori Hofmekler

Super Human Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 61:01


SHR # 2933:: Warrior Diet with Ori Hofmekler - Ori Hofmekler - The Art of Living Well... Original thinker Ori Hofmekler shares some nutritional concepts that take The Warrior Diet to a whole new level. - CARL RECOMMENDS: superhumanradio.net/carl-recommends - SOURCE: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29480918/ - View and download all shows at https://superhumanradio.net - Visit us on Instagram: @superhumanradio - Support SHR - https://superhumanradio.net/make-a-donation

Fifth Reformed Church
Living Well Through Injustice

Fifth Reformed Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 33:46


October 9, 2022 -- 10:00 AM "Living Well Through Injustice" Text: 1 Peter 2:18-25 Jon Sherrill, preaching

The FASD Success Show
#127 Kenny LaJoy A Young Author with FASD Reveals Secrets to His Success

The FASD Success Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 67:41


In this episode of The FASD Success Show I am talk to entrepreneur, pizza store manager and now author – Kenny LaJoy about his recently released book: It's OK to Be You. Living Well with FASD or Other Disabilities. We talk about his journey toward acceptance and how others can better live with disabilities. He shares his motivation for the book, as well as key advice he has for individuals and the people who support them. This is an uplifting episode that doesn't paint a picture of unrealistic achievement, but it does provide encouragement on how you can accept who you are, build on your strengths and find ways to achieve realistic goals. And that it is ok to be who you are.Show Notes: Check out our blog for all the links at FASD SuccessSupport the show

Rockpoint Church
Living Well In Life's Waiting Room

Rockpoint Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 44:30


Roy Fruits October 9, 2022 Witness: A Study On The Book Of Acts Living Well In Life's Waiting Room Acts 24

Focus Fox Valley
October 6, 2022 | EAA Space Day, Living Well with Memory Loss (Advanced Care Planning)

Focus Fox Valley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 53:38


You've Got Lael
Ep 44: Belong to You Habits: Eating to Thrive

You've Got Lael

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 56:02


This is the 4th episode in a 5-part series on the Belong to You Habits and today we are talking about Eating to Thrive. If you missed the previous episodes in this series, I invite you to go back and start with Episode 41. The habits build on each other, and as such, it can be helpful to see them in relationship with the other habits. Eating to Thrive is simple, but not easy. We live in a culture that demonizes food, fosters a sense of confusion, shame, and disconnection from our bodies and ourselves, and then preys on that vulnerability by offering diets as a solution to our problems. Eating is necessary for survival and yet it's rife with politics, privilege, and cultural norms that complicate this basic need. We've been stripped of our connection with the land, with nature, with our ancestor's wisdom, with our cultural practices that center around food as celebration and reduced it to something we engage with out of obligation or fear. Based on our traumatic histories and the current culture, I know talking about food and eating habits is like walking into a minefield. And yet, I have experienced how powerful it can be to listen to authors and leaders who are speaking about food and politics, body positivity, body acceptance, and real solutions for feeding everyone. Food is fuel. It's also nourishment. It's sensual. It's ritual. You are sacred. Eating to Thrive can be a powerful way to honor your divinity, your inner connectivity with the earth, and with all beings. Thank you for listening and as always, I welcome your feedback and questions! RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: The Belong to You Habits Program 1:1 Coaching with Lael Book Study and Retreat! Geneen Roth: Women Food and God Sonya Renee Taylor: The Body is Not An Apology Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook: A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well by Kate O'Donnell Wild Edibles: A Practical Guide to Foraging, with Easy Identification of 60 Edible Plants and 67 Recipes by Sergei Boutenko The Wild Wisdom of Weeds: 13 Essential Plants for Human Survival by Katrina Blair

ABG - AsianBossGirl
Living Well with Janet: That Time I Went to Chinese Medicine School

ABG - AsianBossGirl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 24:21 Very Popular


Those of you who have listened to some of our earlier episodes at ABG know that I have switched careers many times. I started out at one of the Big 4s working in global transfer pricing, then in social enterprise, before switching to strategy in advertising, and finally landing in UX design before going full time on ABG. However, between my stint in Advertising and my time in UX design, I actually spent about half a year in Chinese Medicine School. If you're curious about how and why I did this, what the experience was like, and what I learned, listen in! __________________________________________ Host: Janet Wang Editor: Victoria Cheng __________________________________________ P A R T N E R S • Modern Fertility: Get $20 off a test by visiting ModernFertility.com/ABG __________________________________________ C O N N E C T W I T H U S • Subscribe and Follow us @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/YouTube/Instagram/Twitter/Facebook • Listener Survey: Let us know your thoughts on the podcast here • Shoutouts: Give a shoutout on the podcast here • Email: hello@asianbossgirl.com __________________________________________ S U P P O R T U S • Merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com • Donate: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support • More about us at asianbossgirl.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
10 minutes with George: The importance of mindset and support | S4E60

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 13:52


Welcome to the third episode in our short series '10 minutes with George', with Professor George Jelinek. This series marks the 10th anniversary of the charity Overcoming MS. In this episode, George talks about the importance of mindset, mental health and support from others with MS. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Professor Jelinek's bio. You can also watch it here. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you're new to Overcoming MS, visit our introductory page to find out more about how we support people with MS. This is the third installment of a five-part series. Listen to parts one and two. Bio: Professor George Jelinek developed the Overcoming MS Program and founded the Neuroepidemiology Unit at the University of Melbourne's School of Population and Global Health which continues to research its benefits. George's StoryWhen George was diagnosed with MS in 1999, he was determined to do something. His mother had died as a consequence of her MS, which spurred him to sort through the medical literature on MS. His career as a Professor in Emergency Medicine and his background as Editor-in-Chief of a major medical journal gave him the tools to do this. It became clear to George that remaining well after a diagnosis of MS is more than just a possibility. He found that with a commitment to the right lifestyle changes, there is a real probability that many people with MS can live long, healthy lives, relatively free of the usual problems associated with the illness. These lifestyle recommendations are now referred to as the Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS) Program, which he detailed in his book Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis. George has remained free of further relapses, as have many people who follow the OMS Program. Selected Key Takeaways: Take care of your mental health(6:04) “If you're going through… struggles, I would recommend talking to someone like a psychologist. Personally, when I first was diagnosed with MS, I had quite a number of sessions with a psychologist to help me understand what I was going through, what my emotions were about, and how that was playing out in the context of my life.” Others with MS are a great support(6:49) “Peer support is great for people who are struggling because, let's face it, all of us struggle with things at different times in our lives. There's nothing more helpful in many ways than someone who's been on the same journey and has worked out how to deal with it.” Health should be included in our top priorities(10:28) “I was into goal setting and things at the time that I was diagnosed. That was at the age of 45. And I looked back through a number of my goal-setting documents that I produced for myself, and I always left health blank. Now, what does that tell you? Everything else was filled in: work, leisure, finance, you name it, but health was always blank. So, it was an interesting wake-up call for me to get a serious illness.” While Overcoming MS isn't currently holding retreats, you can find information about other events we are holding here. Related Links: The OMS Mental Health Hub Stories of Hope from other OMSers Join an OMS Circle Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favourite podcast listening app. If you enjoy Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org. If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here.

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
10 minutes with George: Exceptions to following the program | S4E59

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 12:05


Welcome to Living Well with MS. This is the second episode with Professor George Jelinek in our short series '10 minutes with George', which marks the 10th anniversary of the charity Overcoming MS. Some people see the Overcoming MS Program, which Professor Jelinek created, as needing an 'all or nothing' approach. George explains how and why some people make exceptions to following the program. You can also watch this episode here. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Professor Jelinek's bio. Make sure you sign up for our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you're new to Overcoming MS, visit our introductory page to find out more about how we support people with MS. You can listen to part one here. Bio: Professor George Jelinek developed the Overcoming MS Program and founded the Neuroepidemiology Unit at the University of Melbourne's School of Population and Global Health which continues to research its benefits. George's Story: When George was diagnosed with MS in 1999, he was determined to do something. His mother had died as a consequence of her MS, which spurred him on to sort through the medical literature on MS. His career as a Professor in Emergency Medicine and his background as Editor-in-Chief of a major medical journal gave him the tools to do this. It became clear to George that remaining well after a diagnosis of MS is more than just a possibility. He found that with a commitment to the right lifestyle changes, there is a real probability that many people with MS can live long, healthy lives, relatively free of the usual problems associated with the illness. These lifestyle recommendations are now referred to as the Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS) Program, which he detailed in his book Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis. George has remained free of further relapses, as have many people who follow the OMS Program.   Selected Key Takeaways: What you do most of the time matters more than an occasional slip-up (4:50) “Your health in 20 or 30 years' time will reflect the whole range of things you've done and your daily activities over all that time. And that's true, in general, in any illness. The occasional slip up in that context is essentially mostly irrelevant.” Look inward if you're struggling to stay on track with the Program (7:10) “If there's an inner struggle going on around [sticking to the program], then trying to get some help and understand what that struggle is about is useful... Is it related to not valuing oneself, not valuing one's health? [Or] because of perhaps the way we've been brought up? There are all sorts of different reasons why not placing yourself and your own health as important in your life would manifest in not doing everything that you can to try and stay well.” The support of a partner is crucial (9:51) “When partners came to the retreats, we would often find that their highly sceptical attitude at the beginning of the retreat was replaced with a total commitment by the end. Not only to support their partner but to do everything they could for their own health, because they would come to realise how important it is to stay well for themselves.” While Overcoming MS isn't currently holding retreats, we do invite partners to play an active role in supporting the PwMS in their life by  adopting the Overcoming MS Program.   Related Links: Join Circles Online, OMS's virtual support groups Sticking with the OMS program Tips and information for following the Overcoming MS diet   Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favourite podcast listening app. If you enjoy Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org. If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here.

Moms Without Capes Podcast
MWC 109: Living Well with Diabetes with Leanna Schwend

Moms Without Capes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 22:35


We all know that self-care is important, but if you have diabetes it can be life-threatening which makes it all the more vital. In this episode of the Moms Without Capes Podcast, I am talking with Leanna Schwend about how she manages to thrive not only with her diagnosis but because of it. Join therapist, life coach, and mom Onnie Michalsky as she seeks to inspire moms to get themselves on their own to-do lists so that they can become their best version! To join the Moms Without Capes Facebook community, visit www.facebook.com/groups/momswithoutcapes To grab my guide, Building Strong Habits go to www.momswithoutcapes.com/strong-habits New to self-care? Learn what fills your cup and how you can make time for YOU by enrolling in Self-Care 101. Go to www.momswithoutcapes.com/self-care-101 Quiet Your Inner Mean Girl by enrolling in my coaching program today: www.momswithoutcapes.com/mean-girl Visit my website www.momswithoutcapes.com to learn more! To learn more about Leanna Schwend, go to http://www.yellowstonepharmacy.com or connect with her her on social: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leanna-schwend-236732183/ https://www.facebook.com/yellowstonepharmacy https://www.instagram.com/yellowstone_pharmer/ https://www.tiktok.com/@yellowstone_pharmer Thank you so much for tuning in and listening today. I'd love to hear what you thought of this episode and what ideas you may have for future episodes of the Moms Without Capes podcast! Email me at onnie@momswithoutcapes.com If you liked this episode, please show some love by leaving me a 5-Star review, subscribing, and sharing it with a fellow mom! Or buy me a chai latte at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/onnieM DISCLAIMER: Just because I'm a therapist, I'm not your therapist nor am I doing therapy in this podcast episode. Just saying. So enjoy Moms Without Capes for what it is- educational, entertaining, and a way to get my message out into the world!

Design Thinking 101
Want Better Outcomes? Find Better Problems. // ALD 012 — DT101 E99

Design Thinking 101

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 9:04


This is a Design Thinking 101 episode in the Ask Like a Designer series. Ask Like a Designer helps people explore thinking and solving like a designer. You'll learn about design thinking, service design, learning design, leading and building high-performing teams, and ways to achieve better outcomes. This episode is based on this article: ALD012 // Want Better Outcomes? Find Better Problems. Read the article and others like it on Fluid Hive's Ask Like a Designer. What did you think of this episode? Please send your questions, suggestions, and guest ideas to Dawan and the Fluid Hive team. Cheers ~ Dawan Design Thinking 101 Podcast Host President, Fluid Hive Show Highlights [00:53] The human desire to create. [01:15] Rushing solutions leads to poor outcomes. [01:37] Problem spaces and finding the right question to answer. [02:15] The people inside the problem space. [02:38] The context in which the people experience the problem. [03:02] The history of the people and the context reveal changes over time. [03:15] Problem finding. [04:11] Finding and refining problems is not our natural inclination. [04:52] Problem framing. [05:17] How Might We questions. [06:01] Getting comfortable with ambiguity as a designer. [06:47] The eight things you can do with a How Might We question. [08:08] The best solutions come from diverse teams. [08:29] Fluid Hive's free thinking tool will help you focus your solution energy. The Design Thinking 101 Podcast's Ask Like a Designer series Protect Your Solutions with Transformation Stories: Part 2 — Telling Well // ALD 011 — DT101 E92 Protect Your Solutions with Transformation Stories: Part 1 — Crafting Well // ALD 010 — DT101 E89 The 30-Minute Solution Matrix: How to Think and Solve Under Pressure // ALD 009 — DT101 E87 Three Little Words for Better (Business) Relationships // ALD 008 — DT101 E79 The Innovation Saboteur's Handbook // ALD 007 – DT101 E77 Designing Facilitation: A System for Creating and Leading Exceptional Events // ALD 006 — DT101 E73 The Swiss-Army Lives of How-Might-We Questions // ALD 005 — DT 101 E69 Your Good-Life OS: Designing a System for Living Well and Peak Performance // ALD 004 — DT101 E67 There Are No Problems Worth Solving — Only Questions Worth Asking // ALD 003 — DT101 E65 Design, and One Question to Rule Them All // ALD 002 — DT101 E63 Ask Like a Designer — DT101 E61

Nutrition Without Compromise
Nutrition, Fitness, And Living Well Over 50 With David Stewart

Nutrition Without Compromise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 43:15


The media has made people believe that they should dread reaching the age of 50. They show people in that age group as if something went horribly wrong. But nothing will be wrong if you stay healthy. And that means sleeping, moving, getting the right nutrients, not overstressing, and more. There's still a lot that you can do to stay healthy and it's not too late to start. Join Corinna Bellizzi as she talks to the Founder of AGEIST and SuperAge, David Harry Stewart about living well over 50. Discover how you can stay fit and healthy just like David on today's episode. Key takeaways from this episode:- AGEIST helps people realize what being 50 years old really looks like- The 5 big rocks of healthy aging are sleep, movement, nutrition, de-stressing, and purpose/community- For David, Cold Water therapy is better than Cryotherapy- Using fitness trackers like WHOOP can help you age healthily- Trust your belief system Guest Social Links:Official Website - https://davidharrystewart.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-harry-stewart-0127466/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dhstewart/?hl=enTwitter - https://twitter.com/dhstewartAGEIST - https://www.ageist.com/YBL/SuperAge - https://superage.com/

SYNC Your Life Podcast
Self-Sufficient Living: Interview with Dr. Michelle Jorgensen

SYNC Your Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 49:03


Welcome to the SYNC Your Life podcast episode #75! On this podcast, we will be diving into all things women's hormones to help you learn how to live in alignment with your female physiology. Too many women are living with their check engine lights flashing. You know you feel "off" but no matter what you do, you can't seem to have the energy, or lose the weight, or feel your best. This podcast exists to shed light on the important topic of healthy hormones and cycle syncing, to help you gain maximum energy in your life.  In today's episode, I'm interviewing Dr. Michelle Jorgensen a second time, but THIS time, it's all about self-sufficient living. In our first interview, found here, we discussed functional dentistry, one of Dr. Michelle's passions. But today, we dive into another area of interest for her: gardening and living a self-sufficient life. Dr. Michelle Jorgensen, DDS, FAGD, TNC, CNAS is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, teacher, biologic/holistic dentist and health and wellness provider. She is the author of five books: Healthy Mouth, Healthy You; Be Prepared, Not Scared; Self-Sufficient Living; 100 Days from the Garden and Real Food for Real Families. They can be found here. After practicing traditional dentistry for 10 years, Dr. Jorgensen became very sick. Through her own journey to return to health, she discovered she had mercury poisoning from drilling out mercury fillings for her patients. Her answers came from a combination of modern and traditional medicine and practices, and she realized there was value in both approaches. For the last 10 years she has been paving the way in Biologic/Holistic dentistry, and created the Total Care Dental and Wellness Way, a patient CARE centric, health focused method for treating dental and overall health. She is also the founder of Living Well with Dr. Michelle, a local and global outreach to teach the habits and the behaviors necessary to really live well in today's world. This includes everything from healthy food for busy families to plant medicines you grow in your own yard or windowsill. She has also started a non-profit foundation called Living Well Today Foundation to teach families how to be self-sufficient. She is building a large educational garden currently and plans to help other communities implement the same techniques to bring independence back to families and communities. She has received certifications as a Therapeutic Nutritional Counselor, a Certified Nutritional Autoimmune Specialist, and is a Board-Certified Traditional Naturopath. A busy mom of four, she loves to spend time with her family and is happiest when teaching and helping people! You can find Dr. Michelle at www.livingwellwithdrmichelle.com or on TikTok or Facebook as "Living Well With Dr. Michelle." In this episode, we reference Shawn Stevenson's two books: "Eat Smarter" and "Sleep Smarter." If you feel like something is "off" with your hormones, check out the FREE hormone imbalance quiz at sync.jennyswisher.com.  To learn more about the SYNC Digital Course, check out jennyswisher.com.  Let's be friends outside of the podcast! Send me a message or schedule a call so I can get to know you better. You can reach out at https://jennyswisher.com/contact-2/. Enjoy the show! Episode Webpage: jennyswisher.com/podcast 

Waves of Joy Podcast
5. You either feed or fight disease - Living well with Deborah Smith

Waves of Joy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 53:37


You either feed or fight disease Deborah C. Smith is a nutrition-focused health coach, juice bar owner, and artist living in NY. She is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and has owned and operated her vegan catering company, Green Pirate Juice, since 2007. Deborah has had the privilege of serving fresh, healthy foods and beverages to thousands of New Yorkers. In 2022, she launched Plant Powered Kitchen, a step-by-step roadmap to the essentials of plant-based nutrition which includes interactive online cooking classes. In this course Deborah shares her knowledge and skills of basic nutrition, kitchen equipment, cooking methods, shopping, planning, prepping, scheduling meals and of course, creating delicious plant-based recipes! Deborah champions a holistic approach to health and offers simple and effective tools that help her clients make realistic and manageable changes that add up to big results. In addition to her coaching programs, she has published a recipe book, Green Pirate Recipes: Volume 1 Juices, and a popular online course, Green Smoothies 101, which offers comprehensive lessons on how to incorporate more fresh fruits and vegetables into your daily diet by making green smoothies. Fun facts about Deborah - Built NYC's first ever mobile juice truck from US Postal truck in 2007- Built “live” juice bars on the set of dozens of popular TV and film sets including Gotham, Blue Bloods, Law & Order SVU, The Good Wife, Marvelous Ms. Maisel, the BackUp Plan (with JLo!) and more.- Created juice bar pop-ups for many NY companies including Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Tiffany's, Martha Stewart Living, THINX, J&J, Steven Klein- Co-produced TV pilot of the Juice Truck story with Danny Devito's production company Contact:Website: http://www.deborahcsmith.comInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/greenpiratejuiceFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/greenpiratejuice Here are the takeaways... Food is fuel. It's not supposed to be used for entertainment, celebration, emotions, or anything other than to fuel our bodies. Living enzymes with life vitality force are in the whole foods like fresh fruits, vegetables, legumes, grains and nuts. A plant-based diet is also known as plant-forward or plant-prioritizing. This diet mostly plants. Most of the time. A vegan diet is a morally guided plan that won't consume any product or food made from animals including leather or honey. A success tip is to crowd out less healthy foods with vibrant, whole, fresh fruits and vegetables rather than focusing on cutting things out. In the United States, we're living longer lives, but we're living sicker lives. We are living in the "Age of Man Made Illness" as opposed to Paleolithic Age. Most of these illnesses are caused by stress and food choices. It's not normal to feel bad all the time. Every meal you are either feeding disease or fighting disease. One simple thing you can do is choose to consume foods that have a chemical reaction in your body that lowers cortisol. Cutting back on caffeine can reduce anxiety. Chamomile lowers cortisol in your body. Stress blocks your body's ability to absorb nutrients. Join Deborah's free masterclass - "Eat to Relieve Anxiety" The Brain-Gut Connection. The microbiome is your second brain. Your digestive system has millions of cells, and your gut promotes wellness throughout the body. It can be the birthplace of silent inflammation which breed other diseases. Link to register here Join Deborah's signature course "Plant-Powered Kitchen" Link to register here ***This is an affiliate link. I may receive financial compensation if you purchase this course.*** Register for the free Travel Bootcamp "I wanna travel" https://www.brendawinkle.com/travel Free Guide and Worksheet to feel better fast https://www.brendawinkle.com/feelbetterfast Free Meditation to Feel Better https://www.brendawinkle.com/feelbetter

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
10 minutes with George: Getting started with Overcoming MS | S4E58

Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 20:31


Welcome to Living Well with MS. We are pleased to welcome Professor George Jelinek as part of a short series, '10 minutes with George'. These special episodes with the creator of the Overcoming MS Program mark the 10th anniversary of our charity, Overcoming MS. In this first episode, George explains how to get started with the Overcoming MS program.  You can also watch it here. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Professor Jelinek's bio. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. And if you're new to Overcoming MS, visit our introductory page to find out more about how we support people with MS   Bio: Professor George Jelinek developed the Overcoming MS Program and founded the Neuroepidemiology Unit at the University of Melbourne's School of Population and Global Health which continues to research its benefits. George's Story When George was diagnosed with MS in 1999, he was determined to do something. His mother had died as a consequence of her MS, which spurred him on to sort through the medical literature on MS. His career as a Professor in Emergency Medicine and his background as Editor-in-Chief of a major medical journal gave him the tools to do this. It became clear to George that remaining well after a diagnosis of MS is more than just a possibility. He found that with commitment to the right lifestyle changes, there is the real probability that many people with MS can live long, healthy lives, relatively free of the usual problems associated with the illness. These lifestyle recommendations are now referred to as the Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (OMS) Program, which he detailed in his book Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis. George has remained free of further relapses, as have many people who follow the OMS Program.   Selected Key Takeaways: The Overcoming MS Program is evidence-based (04:03) “The OMS book is obviously a must-read. And that gives you the credibility and the science behind the whole program. This isn't something that has just occurred to me in the middle of the night or anything like that. It's taken quite a bit of work and a fair bit of time, and the right sort of background to understand the science to really put it together.” Overcoming MS is about choice (09:24 “The whole basis of OMS isn't to tell people what to do. We've never, never sought to give rigid guidelines for people or anything like that. This is all about providing choices for people, choices [so] that they're able to look at the range of what's on offer and choose what's most appropriate for them. For some people, that's all of the program for some people, there will be parts that don't feel appropriate for them.” Meditation can benefit all aspects of life (11:55) “Quite apart from the health benefits, there are enormous benefits to one's whole life in terms of the insight aspect that comes with meditation practice, [and] the improvement in one's inner landscape and emotional life that that comes along with that. You develop and learn the skill of tolerating difficult thoughts and situations.”   Related Links: Books: Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis and The Overcoming MS Handbook The Overcoming MS program Try a guided meditation   Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favorite podcast listening app. If you enjoy Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing podcast@overcomingms.org. If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here.

The Positive Thread
212: Why the sooner you give up chasing a thinner body, the happier you'll be

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 28:42


Fed up with yo-yo dieting? Heal your relationship to body and food with the 10 tools of Intuitive Eating without focusing on the scale. Want to explore working together? BOOK A CALL TO LEARN MORE: https://calendly.com/heathermcc/chatwithheatherInstagram: @heathermcconochieVisit me at: www.heathermcconochie.comHave you been listening to the podcast for a while and found it beneficial to your life? Leave an honest rating & review on Apple podcasts.

ABG - AsianBossGirl
Living Well with Janet: I'm a Vegetarian and All My Friends are Carnivores

ABG - AsianBossGirl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 22:04 Very Popular


Plant-based or plant-forward eating has been lauded as a healthy lifestyle habit for years now. If you're a meat-eater who is plant curious, this episode is for you! What exactly is a plant-based/forward way of eating? How do you start the transition? Where do you get your protein? How do you feel full? I'm also here to share how a plant-based diet has affected my lifestyle: How do I eat out with non-plant-based/forward company? What about dates? Or my family (i.e. why might my Asian parents be resistant to this eating style)? Listen to this episode to find out! AsianBossGirl is turning 5 years old! To celebrate, we are hosting a Happy Hour event in Los Angeles on September 16th. RSVP at our Eventbrite link here! Cocktails, mocktails, and light bites will be provided. Spots are limited, so sign up soon!  __________________________________________ Host: Janet Wang Editor: Victoria Cheng __________________________________________ C O N N E C T W I T H U S • Subscribe and Follow us @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/YouTube/Instagram/Twitter/Facebook • Listener Survey: Let us know your thoughts on the podcast here • Shoutouts: Give a shoutout on the podcast here • Email: hello@asianbossgirl.com __________________________________________ S U P P O R T U S • Merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com • Donate: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support • More about us at asianbossgirl.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Frequency Shifters Show
S2E10 - Energy and Food with Kate O'Donnell

The Frequency Shifters Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 50:11


S2E10 - Energy and Food with Kate O'Donnell Join Corene Summers, founder of Artisan Farmacy and Reiki Master, and her cohost Alex Terranova, founder of DreamMason and Author of Fictional Authenticity, as they sit down with Kate O'Donnell. Kate O'Donnell is a nationally certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, senior yoga teacher, and the author of multiple Ayurvedic books including The Everyday Ayurveda Guide to Self-Care and The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook: A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well. She studied in India for twenty years and continues to travel there for study. She is a contributor to many publications including Yoga Journal, Women's Health Magazine, and NPR. She teaches different kinds of training, cooking classes, seasonal cleanses, retreats, and online programs when she isn't practicing yoga or having a chai. Kate's Ayurveda offerings aim to help others come closer to their true nature. On this episode we discuss: -Yoga and Ayurveda -How and why Ayurveda is the science of life -We are made up of four things, the physical, mental, sense, and soul -Purification -The five elements and matching balancing tastes -Our doshas -Seasonality of eating -Eyes, nails, tongue, skin, and breathe tell a lot about our health -Listening to our blood, what does the way it flows say about our health -Three levels of Ayurveda  For the Bodhi Bonus: Enter the code FREQUENCYSHIFTER for a $25 discount on the checkout page of her course catalog. You can connect with Kate O'Donnell here: Website: www.ayurvedicliving.institute Instagram: @kateodonnell.ayurveda You can connect with Corene Summers here: Website: www.artisanfarmacy.com Instagram: @artisanfarmacy You can connect with Alex Terranova here: Website: www.TheDreamMason.com Instagram: @InspirationalAlex Corene Summers is a Reiki Master, Meditation, & Mindfulness Coach. Business Coach for Conscious Entrepreneurs. Chakra & Energy Healer. Holistic Wellness Coach. Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist© Champion of the Good in Humanity. Alex Terranova is a Personal and Professional Performance Alchemist & Coach, author of Fictional Authenticity, and podcast host named 40 over 40 in podcasting by podcast magazine who works with men whose achievements and financial successes have not created the rewarding, joyful, and fulfilling life and business they desire. He is also the Host of The DreamMason Podcast, Co-Host of The Coaching Show Podcast, and Co-Creator of Your Love Adventure. ***Intro & outro music provided by sound healer Jay Talor. Jay is the Founder of Current Vibrations (http://www.currentvibrations.com/) and Director of the Ahimsa School of Sound Healing (https://ahimsaschoolofsoundhealing.com/)

Money Savage
Living Well with Danielly Rocha

Money Savage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 21:36


LifeBlood: We talked about living well and being healthy, the challenges of modern living and the impact on our bodies, how to become more aware of ourselves, and how to break negative habits, with Danielly Rocha, Founder of Danielly's Fitness.  Listen to learn a simple breathing technique that can make a big difference! You can learn more about Danielly at DaniellysFitness.com, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Thanks, as always for listening! If you got some value and enjoyed the show, please leave us a review here: ​​https://ratethispodcast.com/lifebloodpodcast You can learn more about us at LifeBlood.Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook or you'd like to be a guest on the show, contact us at contact@LifeBlood.Live.  Stay up to date by getting our monthly updates. Want to say “Thanks!” You can buy us a cup of coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeblood

ABG - AsianBossGirl
Living Well with Janet: What Does it Mean to Live Well?

ABG - AsianBossGirl

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 29:05 Very Popular


Hi, it's Janet! Most of you know that I'm an avid yogi, meditator, plant-based eater and all-around wellness enthusiast. As a 2nd generation Asian American woman, I often find myself experimenting with Western health trends against the context of the Eastern philosophies I was raised with. I've shared parts of my wellness journey in various ABG episodes, but there are pieces I have yet to reveal. Listen to this episode for a thorough recount of my journey to wellness (so far). I explore what it means to live well and talk about periods in my life when I felt unwell and how I sought to feel better. My goal with this show is not to provide formal medical or health advice - I am not licensed to do that. Nor am I trying to push any one type of diet, workout, spiritual practice, etc. I am merely a youngish middle-aged person who is trying to live my life well, and in doing so, like to expose myself to lots of different practices and perspectives which I want to share with you in the hopes that it enlivens your own personal journey to living well. If you enjoyed this episode, I'd love it if you leave a comment in our IG post with one thing you're doing for your wellness and which of the 6 dimensions it addresses (not sure what the 6 dimensions are? You'll have to listen to the episode to find out!) Resources:  What is Wellness? -The Global Wellness Institute 7 tips to live a happier life -Mayo Clinic 3 Key Indicators of a Life Well Lived -Psychology Today   __________________________________________ Host: Janet Wang Editor: Victoria Cheng __________________________________________ C O N N E C T W I T H U S • Subscribe and Follow us @asianbossgirl on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/YouTube/Instagram/Twitter/Facebook • Listener Survey: Let us know your thoughts on the podcast here • Shoutouts: Give a shoutout on the podcast here • Email: hello@asianbossgirl.com __________________________________________ S U P P O R T U S • Merch: asianbossgirl.myshopify.com • Donate: anchor.fm/asianbossgirl/support • More about us at asianbossgirl.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices