When you are in bed trying to get up to workout ask yourself - WHY NOT? Or while driving home and trying to motivate yourself to workout when you get home ask - WHY NOT!? Or it's raining and you're supposed to do some sort of outside workout, instead of asking yourself "WHY am I doing this?" ask yourself – WHY NOT instead. You've got this! Go make the workout your bitch! Take care of that midlife health!!Find me on my Website:https://www.lesleylmcshane.comQuestions? Email me: email@example.comFREE Guide: 4 Steps To Prioritize Your Health & Wellness This Week (And Actually Do It!) Connect with me on Instagram:Get the Redesigning Midlife UpdatesFind your community at the private Redesigning Midlife Facebook Group Get your MENO WELL bars (formerly Bossa Bars) - Use LESLEY10 for 10% off your first orderCheck out Kion and get the Redesigning Midlife Discount - 20% off subscriptions and 10% off individual orders.Need a good, reliable, clean, and professional Plumber? Call 1-Tom-Plumber - The Name Is The Phone Number
Get the full show notes at https://antiaginghacks.net/podcast/prevent-dementia/ [Sponsor message: To get thicker, fuller and stronger hair, make sure to check out FullyVital.com and get 15% off your order with code antiaginghacks] Mitchell Clionsky, PhD, is a board-certified neuropsychologist who specializes in evaluating and treating patients with cognitive impairment, dementia, ADHD, and traumatic brain injury. His new book is called Dementia Prevention: Using Your Head To Save Your Brain. See the highlights here: 03:00 Dr Clionsky Background in Dementia and Brain Testing 06:00 Difference between Dementia and Alzheimers 12:20 Are All Functions Impacted With Dementia's? 15:00 How To Diagnose Early Signs of Dementia? 17:40 Is Dementia Genetic or is it Lifestyle Related? 20:35 What Is The Dementia Prevention Checklist that Dr Clionsky has Come Up With? 27:45 Is There A Blood Test To Detect Early Signs of Alzheimers? 30:40 How To Increase Blood Flow To Reduce Signs of Vascular Dementia? 36:25 Where To Find Dr Clionsky's Work?
Delightful! That is how I sum up this podcast interview. I believe that it is important that men have a voice on this podcast, and it is always refreshing to get a different perspective on the intricacies of male/female relationships. As the head of a major hospital, Ricky Arenson, MD worked with many patients who had reached 100+ years of age. He asked them what the secret to their longevity was, and surprisingly, it wasn't eating acai berries and doing yoga, it was having long-term positive relationships. Ricky Arenson's funny yet serious book, Women are Superior to Men, explores why so many couples have the same arguments about how often to have sex, how men don't notice or pick up the mess they leave lying around, and how men communicate in grunts and jokes when women are looking for a serious conversation. This husband and podcaster explains with science, psychology, and humor why women are superior to men and why it's worthwhile for husbands to admit this. It's an easy guide to creating and maintaining a magical relationship filled with love, joy, and better intimacy.One thing that cannot be overlooked is simple biology, and once we wrap our arms around the fact that men and women are wired differently, through years and years of evolution, can we have a meeting of the minds and find common ground.You can find Ricky Arenson's book, Women are Superior to Men, on Amazon.Dr. Arenson's podcast Happy Healthy Ever Afterhttps://drrickyarenson.com/podcast/Instagram @drrickyarenson_Facebook https://www.facebook.com/drrickyarenson/Tik Tok https://firstname.lastname@example.org?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pcFollow Asking for a Friend on Social media outlets:https://www.instagram.com/askingforafriend_pod/https://www.facebook.com/askforafriendpod/Please provide a review and share. This helps us grow! https://lovethepodcast.com/AFAF
After a break over the summer, the LIFECAST is back! This week, we're joined by past guest Mike Bates, co-founder of The Next 45. On this week's episode we covered: Opening up with your mates Socialising without alcohol Midlife crisis purchases & signs Should we mock a midlife crisis? Is a midlife crisis a sign of struggle? Stronger men (emotionally) create stronger relationships NXT 45 For more information on NXT 45, click the link below: https://www.nxt45.com/ Join us on Patreon for our "Topic Suggestions", Betting Show, Bonus Episodes and all of the other Patreon Perks... https://www.patreon.com/legitpodcast Shout out to our sponsors... VIR Clothing | https://www.virclothing.com Type in LEGIT25 for 25% off Prepped With Passion | https://preppedwithpassion.co.uk Type in LEGIT15 for 15% off Pro Hormones | https://pro-hormones.co.uk Type in LEGIT for 10% off Follow us on Social Media: Leg It Podcast https://twitter.com/thelegitpodcast https://www.instagram.com/thelegitpodcast Andy https://twitter.com/AndyGbootneck https://www.instagram.com/andygbootneck
Join Signe for Part One of a Three Part Series on menopause. To start off in Part One, Signe Talks to a doctor who specializes in the brain, and who is always on the cutting edge of scientific research into the female experience, Dr. Louann Brizendine. Dr. Brizedine navigates the stages of menopause, cuts through the controversy around Hormone Therapy, and give us steps for preserving brain health for the second half of our lives. Dr. Brizendine completed her degree in Neurobiology at UC Berkeley, graduated from Yale School of Medicine, and did her internship and residency at Harvard Medical School. She also served on both the faculties of Harvard University and University of California at San Francisco. She founded the Women's Mood and Hormone Clinic at UCSF, and her New York Times bestseller, The Female Brain, and its follow-up, The Male Brain, continue to be read around the world. She recently released her new book, The Upgrade: How the Female Brain Gets Stronger and Better in Midlife and Beyond. To learn more about Dr. Brizendine visit https://www.louannbrizendine.com
It's a big dream-come-true day for Meg as she gets to sit down with one of her all-time favorite podcasters: Patrick Hinds! Patrick is the co-creator and co-host of True Crime Obsessed, a podcast that is always at the top of Meg's must-listen list of favorites. But he's not here to talk all things TCO today! Instead, he's sharing two incredible, unforgettable stories from his bestselling brand new book Failure Is Not NOT An Option: How the Chubby Gay Son of a Jesus-Obsessed Lesbian Found Love, Family, and Podcast Success … and a Bunch of Other Stuff. From hilarious misadventures with a golden (and grouchy!) celebrity to a touching story of saying yes to growing a family, you simply must hear the wisdom and the hilarity that Patrick has brought for the Awesomes! Not a Super Star yet? Today is a great day to become one! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: *Foria: Get 20% off your first order by visiting foriawellness.com/AWESOME or use code AWESOME at checkout SHOW NOTES: Patrick's AotW: Stage Combat podcast Meg's AotW: Heartstopper Soundtrack on Spotify Failure Is Not NOT an Option by Patrick Hinds MORE EPISODES FROM SORTA AWESOME: Ep. 459: What was the last…? Ep. 458: Soup season ideas to steal from The Cook's Book with Bri McCoy Ep. 454: The Internet made me buy it Ep. 455: Midlife with Mindy & Meg: Facial changes & life pivots You can find Meg on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! Patrick Hinds is the author of the hilarious memoir Failure Is Not NOT an Option. He is also the creator, writer, and star of the touring show Patrick's Traveling Book Party and the co-creator and co-host of the hit true crime/comedy podcast, True Crime Obsessed. Visit sortaawesomeshow.com for show notes on this and every episode. And don't forget to find us in the Sorta Awesome Hangout on Facebook or @sortaawesomeshow on Instagram, and @sortaawesomepod on Twitter! This post may contain affiliate links, which means we receive a tiny commission from the seller at no additional cost to you, if you purchase from them. We only share products and services we have used, tested, and love ourselves! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's impossible to be on social media without hearing about the overwhelming benefits of Intermittent Fasting for women in midlife. But do the results actually match the hype? Listener Carrie asks: “I have a question around fasting - what are your thoughts on the best ways to implement it? How do you keep up with your nutrition? How does it affect your body and would you recommend it?” If you've wondered the same things, then this quick episode is for you! I'll walk you through my own history of an unhealthy relationship with food. We'll discuss what happened when I tried Intermittent Fasting. I'll provide real life insight into whether Intermittent Fasting might be right for you.
Are you eating enough protein?If you're navigating the midlife or menopause journey, chances are you're not getting enough protein. And that's a bigger deal than you might think.As levels of oestrogen and progesterone drop, you're not just dealing with symptoms like weight gain, fatigue, and mood swings. Your body also faces challenges in absorbing and holding onto protein.The good news is that by upping your protein intake, you can tackle many of these issues head-on, reaping a range of health benefits in the process.Contact us if you need any support with your hormones, health or nutrition needs; www.happyhormonesforlife.com/contact
When things aren't going the way you want them to, it's powerful to look at the events in your life through the perspective of your boundaries. In other words, this means taking personal responsibility for your entire life experience. Tune in this week to start showing up in your life with personal responsibility. Whether it's your health, your relationships, your work, your money, or anything else you're struggling with, I'm sharing how to show up with radical personal responsibility so you can transform your life experience and influence your future for the better. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.kymshowerslifecoach.com/107
Join me for your Midlife Reinvetion Workshop on Wednesdays in October 2023: https://www.styleguidesociety.com/Style In today's fast-paced world, personal style is often overlooked. Many people believe that style is a superficial matter or something that only matters to celebrities and fashion influencers. However, the power of personal style goes far beyond the clothes you wear. It's about expressing your personality, boosting your confidence, and making an impression on others. If you're not using the power of personal style, you're missing out on a multitude of benefits. For instance, personal style can help you stand out in a crowd, make a strong first impression, and even elevate your professional image. Not harnessing this power can leave you blending into the background, failing to communicate your unique identity effectively, and potentially missing opportunities both personally and professionally. Here are some ways you can maximize the power of personal style: Know Your Colors: Understanding which colors flatter your skin tone can dramatically enhance your appearance and boost your confidence. Assess Your Wardrobe: Take a good look at what's already in your closet. Identify the pieces you love and why you love them. This will give you a sense of your current style and what works for you. Understand Your Preferences: What do you feel most comfortable in? Which outfits make you feel powerful and confident? Knowing your preferences will help you develop a personal style that truly reflects who you are. Create a Style Guide or Outfits: Based on your color palette, wardrobe assessment, and preferences, create a style guide or set of outfits that encapsulate your personal style. This can serve as a blueprint when shopping for new pieces or putting together outfits. Implementation: Knowledge without action is futile. Apply what you've learned about your personal style in your daily life. Practice creating outfits, experimenting with different looks, and stepping out of your comfort zone. Remember, practice makes perfect! Your personal style is a powerful tool. It's an extension of your personality and a way to express yourself without saying a word. So, don't shy away from exploring and embracing your personal style – it could open up a world of possibilities!
In today's episode, Anna is with Claire Davis. Claire and James Davis are a mid-life, award-winning duo and owners of the world-renowned fitness brand 38 Degrees North. And also they created the phenomenal, successful, five-star rated The Midlife Mentors podcast. The Midlife Method has been developed over 12 years, backed by years of research, experience, and client transformations that have a profound and lasting impact on the lives it's touched. Claire and James continue to be a force of truth and integrity in the health and wellness industry, demystifying the fads, fake promises, and pseudoscience that plague our newsfeed. They also talked about: 05:34 Who are the Midlife Mentors? 11:24 Gender differences in health checkups 21:30 Understanding life through looking backwards 26:52 Making connections and moving therapy 33:14 How Claire can help you 42:08 What does freedom mean to Claire? Quotes: “That faux positivity can actually be quite damaging. I think we're in a world now where we see everyone's highlight reels and everyone looking like they've got everything made up, like they're just sailing through life without any issues. And I think it's really, really important for us to have that toolkit because life just is not like that.” -Claire “I think because I know that if someone is being angry it's coming from some insecurity and I just know that it's usually because they've been treated or not been heard” -Anna “If you're stuck in the weeds and the mud right now, that's the first thing I would say is get a routine, start having a bit more routine so you feel like you've got a bit of control over your life.” -Claire “If we're still stuck in a body that is deeply unhealthy, and deeply unwell, and we're not nourishing it properly, we're not moving it properly, nothing else is going to stick. It just won't, because there is such a link between our body and our mind and our soul.” -Claire “You cannot outperform your own self-identity. Well, however, you think about yourself and the beliefs you have about yourself, that's what you're going to get.” -Claire Check out Claire Davis' social media account and website: The Midlife Mentors The Midlife Mentors Community | Facebook
What is your soul work? What were you put on this planet to do? Many people find themselves asking these questions in midlife, which can be a period of great transition. But change can be difficult, especially when you don't know exactly what you want. In this episode of the More Beautiful Podcast, occupational therapist Hillary Baggett and I chat about how to discover (or rediscover) your life's purpose and overcome the obstacles that may be holding you back from fulfilling it. Among the topics Hillary and I discuss: How her midlife project was born during a dark period in her life Why midlife is frequently messy, but can often be exhilarating and filled with potential Why we need to shatter the myth that aging is something to be dreaded Why community is so important during this phase of your life How to overcome your midlife fears and accept failure as a growth opportunity How to know if you're ready for change by identifying the sacrifices you are no longer willing to make How to figure out what you want and how to go out and get it The fine line between fear and excitement, and the way to channel fear into something positive Why it's never too late to find your life's purpose You don't want to miss this marvelous midlife conversation. Full show notes available at Morebeautifulproject.com.
82. Embracing Your Mid-Life (with Michelle Newman) Michelle Newman, is a 50-something entrepreneur, executive coach, and the host of the top 2.5% globally ranked podcast The New Mid. Motivated by her own transformational journey and executive roles at ABC and CBS studios, Michelle is passionate about defying the expectations placed on women both on-and-off screen. With over two decades of experience researching, studying, and guiding women through the mid-life process, Michelle is known for her ability to compassionately identify their specific challenges and help them create lasting transformation. Through her academy and one-on-one coaching, she's served an international clientele and helped hundreds of women achieve their desired results including, career transitions, losing weight, achieving promotions, and multiplying their overall happiness and fulfillment. Through her podcast, The New Mid, Michelle interviews lifestyle and health experts to help women struggling with embracing their next chapter of life to maximize and enjoy its potential to the fullest. In this episode: We talked about Michelle's transition from working in the TV industry into having her own business and becoming a coach for women in their midlife. She leveraged her experience and contacts in the entertainment industry to help her get started with her own radio show, which became her podcast called "The New Mid" and her community. She shared that our midlife has become our power years. We are just getting started to do some incredible things in our second half. She talked about the expectations that are placed on women on and off screen How women can get started today to learn more about themselves. The limiting beliefs that we carry around with us from a comment made by someone when we are kids. How can we help our kids deal with some of the challenges of comparison and social media? How we also at times need to hit the reset button. She has a 21 Day Reset Challenge starting on Oct 9th. Information on Michelle: TheNewMid.com The New Mid Facebook Group The Books that Michelle Recommends: Lovable: Embracing What Is Truest About You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life by Kelly Flanagan Why We Get Sick by Benjamin Bikman The Visibility Factor Podcast is brought to you in part by the 90-day Visibility Breakthrough Accelerator program. Do you believe deep down inside that you can have a bigger career, but you don't know how to get there? This 90-day program is a powerful experience that is unique to you and provides dedicated time to focus on your specific challenge. This dedicated time will help you see new possibilities, recognize your strengths, and take away key insights that can be leveraged immediately. Are you ready to create a breakthrough for yourself? If you are interested in learning more, visit: susanmbarber.com/visibilitybreakthroughaccelerator/ Thank you for listening to The Visibility Factor Podcast Check out my website to order my book and view the videos/resources for The Visibility Factor book. As always, I encourage you to reach out! You can email me at email@example.com. You can also find me on social media everywhere – Facebook, LinkedIn, and of course on The Visibility Factor Podcast! I look forward to connecting with you! If you liked The Visibility Factor, I would be so grateful if you could subscribe and rate it where you listen to podcasts! It helps the podcast get in front of more people who can learn how to be visible too! Thank you to the team at Sheep Jam Productions for the amazing support of The Visibility Factor Podcast!
This week, we're joined by Shira Gill, home organizer extraordinaire and NT Times best-selling author, to delve into the profound benefits of cultivating a clutter-free life and environment. We'll also explore the exciting concept that by embracing minimalism and living with less, we open ourselves up to the potential for more! Shira says that clutter inundates our minds with excessive stimuli. Considering the multitude of demands and information we already contend with daily, being surrounded by clutter means our brains are working overtime to process it all. In contrast, an uncluttered environment offers our minds a respite, allowing us to function with greater clarity.Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Shira Gill is a globally recognized home-organizing expert and lifestyle creator with a less-is-more philosophy. Over the past decade, she has helped thousands worldwide reduce clutter and create more space for what matters. Shira's work centers around the intimate relationship between people's homes and lives and how they inform and inspire each other. She is the author of Minimalista and Organized Living. She has been featured in Vogue, Dwell, Better Homes & Gardens, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, Domino, Forbes, Goop, Harper's Bazaar, HGTV, Today, InStyle, Parents, Real Simple, and The New York Times. We're bombarded with messages insisting that more possessions equate to greater happiness. It's often simpler to follow this narrative than to pause and genuinely reflect on whether the items we accumulate truly serve a purpose in our lives. I loved chatting with Shira and promptly started purging my home office and closet once we finished our conversation. And, no surprise, I immediately felt better! Shira and I discuss:Her journey from an aspiring home organizer to a sought-after author of three books.The underlying reasons for clutter in our homes and lives.Discovering what you want in life and how your environment can help manifest your desires.Practical techniques to initiate decluttering in your living spaces today.Strategies for parting with possessions without causing tension & turmoil with your people.Her new book, Organized Living. You will love Shira's refreshing insights, big heart, and minimalista philosophy.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me on Instagram @jenmarples! And don't forget to follow, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Learn more about Jen Marples at https://www.jenmarples.com/ Unedited AI Transcript HereCONNECT WITH SHIRA GILL:WebsiteInstagramLinkedInCONNECT WITH JEN MARPLES:Subscribe to my NewsletterInstagramLinkedInTikTok Work with Jen! WebsiteJoinThe Midlife Conversation on Facebook HERE!
EP 94: Are you ready to say f*ck it to fear in midlife, once and for all? Ready to embrace being a beginner? Are you running the show or is your inner mean girl? Want to know real life midlife strategies to say f*ck to fear? Then this episode is for you! Join me, Dr. Sarah Milken in a new episode that I pulled from day 3 of my free workshop called “It's Time To Talk Midlife”, which was live last week. This day was so good, I needed to share it as a podcast episode. It was all about f*ck fear, being scared and doing it anyway and how to really get into that mindset. I give you 5 special golden nuggets on how to overcome fear and embrace authenticity and action in midlife Looking forward to connecting with you! Here are some ways to connect with me! THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC SHOW NOTES: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/episodes/94 THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theflexibleneurotic/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC WEBSITE: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today's podcast episode is about how to trade corporate for consulting in midlife. Can you relate to wanting to leave your corporate career? Wondering what other options you might have at this age? You may be surprised to learn how transferable your skills are for becoming a consultant. My guest this week is Amy Rasdal. As the founder of Billable By the Beach®, Amy has helped hundreds of people start their own successful consulting businesses through speaking, workshops and informative programs over the past 10 years. Learn more: https://suzyrosenstein.com/podcast/ep-323-how-to-trade-corporate-for-consulting-in-midlife-with-amy-rasdal/
Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/459468-arthur-brooks-midlife-ministry-crisis.html Dr. Arthur Brooks joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to share what few people realize about professional decline and how church leaders can make the most of the second half of their lives. He also discusses what the data shows us about the nature of true happiness. What does it mean to be pro-life at this point in history? Benjamin Watson joined us last week to discuss what the pro-life movement should focus on now that Roe has been overturned and to share why we need to be aware of how abortion has impacted the Black community. Check out our conversation with him here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/458825-benjamin-watson-church-leaders-abortion-racial-justice.html ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-churchleaders-podcast/id988990685 Visit ChurchLeaders Website: https://churchleaders.com Find ChurchLeaders on Facebook: https://facebook.com/churchleaders Follow ChurchLeaders on X/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChurchLead Follow ChurchLeaders on Instagram: https://instagram.com/churchlead/ Follow ChurchLeaders on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/churchleaders/ Psalm 84 “Build the Life You Want: The Art and Science of Getting Happier” by Dr. Arthur Brooks “From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life” by Dr. Arthur Brooks "Your Professional Decline Is Coming (Much) Sooner Than You Think" by Dr. Arthur Brooks in The Atlantic Check out Arthur's website Follow Arthur on Facebook, Instagram and X/Twitter Johann Sebastian Bach "The Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas" by Thomas Aquinas
On this episode of the podcast, we have on Brian Buccellato, writer of Midlife (or How To Hero At Fifty) to talk about the upcoming project. Bucellato also talks Justice League vs Godzilla vs Kong, which is shaping up to be one of the year's biggest crossovers. As a fan's Buccellato's iconic Flash run, we dive into what he thought about the film and what its like working on iconic characters.
How do you begin flying in midlife? Ben, Brian, and Ted spend an episode explaining how someone thinking about beginning training should get started, from before their first lesson to the first few dozen hours of training. This includes the time and money commitment, why it's important to get a medical before flying, what a discovery flight is like, using an online ground school, books, written test, and the joys and struggles of the first 10 hours of training. It's important to "own" your training experience, as the hosts and community mention. Nate (Cheapskate Aviation) joins to talk about maximizing every flight hour by studying before every lesson and using a syllabus. Nate also shares his funny BAG O' WORDS clip. Brian Siskind's "Moon Landing In Marfa" video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVrQ0tzicC8 Nate's Cheapskate Aviation channel: https://www.youtube.com/@cheapskateaviation/videos FAA references: Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge (PHAK): https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/handbooks_manuals/aviation/phak Airplane Flight Manual (AFM): https://www.faa.gov/regulations_policies/advisory_circulars/index.cfm/go/document.information/documentID/22692 14 CFR (the laws, this is worth purchasing as the FAR-AIM): https://asa2fly.com/far-aim-series/ Private Pilot ACS: https://www.faa.gov/sites/faa.gov/files/training_testing/testing/acs/private_airplane_acs_change_1.pdf Swift Fly-in: https://swiftmuseumfoundation.org/ United Flying Octogenarians, aka UFOs: https://www.ufopilots.org/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/midlifepilot/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/midlifepilot/support
It's the unimaginable. You're living your best life with your lifelong sweetheart - your husband, whom you also get to call your best friend, when tragedy strikes. How do you grieve? How do you move on? And what does your future look like without him? Is a new love part of that scenario? And how does one navigate that scenario in today's digital world? As we continue our hiatus, we bring you yet another great podcast from our archives - this time from Season 2. On this week's Ageless Glamour Girls (AGG) podcast: Creating a New Life & Finding Love in Midlife, After a Devastating Loss.Former lawyer turned author, Debbie Weiss shares her heart-warming story on loss, creating a new life, and finding love in midlife. Binge-watching Netflix and indulging in her favorite cocktail were her go-to crutches. And then she poured it all into her book, “Available As Is: A Midlife Widow's Search for Love.” ‘So much inspiration! And I'm not alone in my sentiment. Debbie just took home a Bronze Medal, in the 2023 Reader's Favorite Awards, NON-FICTION - GRIEF/HARDSHIP category. Congrats, Debbie! (link below.)Thanks for listening, sharing, and subscribing to the podcast, Luvvies! And if you want to show some extra love, please click on the Support the Show link, below. I appreciate you! Here's to Healthy Aging and Joyful living!
Join Erin and Belinda for a discussion on resilience in midlife. Discover how embracing change, learning from mistakes and trying new things can lead to personal growth. Hear how prioritizing self-care and finding your purpose during this transformative phase of life can be so powerful. Tune in for practical insights from your favorite midlife ladies.
Hey there, Easy Ager, Looking for a dose of midlife creativity to put a spring back in your step? Then this episode is for you! Today, we'll take a look at three key things that creativity enhances in your life and the one advantage that midlifers have over the youngsters. (Yeah!) And I'll leave you with five simple ways that you can incorporate more creativity into your daily life. Take a listen, then SHARE THIS EPISODE with a friend... Cheers, Z
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There's a new orgasm in town! It's not related to sex but rather an energetic shift and it's truly mind-blowing. This is huge and will take you and your fulfillment to a whole new level. Here's a clue - it's about the importance of listening to your own heart and setting some healthy boundaries. Listen in and learn how to be true to yourself and consciously design your life to have the pleasure you desire. It's so much more than sex! Ready for a vacaton and a love reboot? Come to Sedona! Click here to find out about the upcoming ‘Ignite Your Queen' 3-day Transformational Retreat. https://pages.midlifeloveoutloud.com/sedona Take the “Discover Your Love Avatar” QUIZ! You'll learn about your super power, the love blocks that hold you back and how relationship ready you are. Go to: https://midlifeloveoutloud.com/lovequiz If you'd like some one-to-one coaching with Junie, apply for a complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session here: https://calendly.com/juniemoon/lbtsession today so she can support you on your love path. And don't forget to subscribe to Midlife Love Out Loud so that you don't miss a single episode. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to https://midlifeloveoutloud.com/ and don't forget to join the FIND FABULOUS LOVE AFTER 40 group on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/findfabloveafter40
Are you ready to sleep better? Listen today as we chat with Dr. Funke Akolabi-Brown, Board Certified Sleep Physician, as we discuss sleep in midlife. Hormone therapy can help with sleep, but what else might be contributing to lack of sleep. Listen in for practical tips you can put to use today. . . #Menopause #SleepDisorders #SleepMedicine #MidlifeHealth #WomenInHealth #HealthPodcast #SleepSolution #MidlifeChanges . . **This is not medical advice, just medical education. Please ask your doctor medical questions as they pertain to your specific situation. Educational purposes only. Dr. Carolyn Moyers, DO is a board certified OBGYN and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine physician, and founder of Sky Women's Health, a boutique practice in Fort Worth, Texas. COME SAY HI!!! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skywomenshealth https://www.instagram.com/thepregnancypaindoc Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skywomenshealth Email: email@example.com Sky Women's Health: Https://www.skywomenshealth.com 1125 S Henderson St, Fort Worth, TX 76104 To become a patient: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-915-9803. Listen to the SKY WOMEN PODCAST here: ITUNES: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sky-women/id1541657642 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/79VnnWYtGJwlB7NrjBck7o?si=qWXpiBtPSS6OVOt0ki8EiQ . . . Thank you for being a part of the Sky Women's Health community. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skywomen/message
A lot has happened since we first had Erica Schulte King on episode 140. When we last spoke almost a year ago, Erica was just about to host her first meet-up of women in Minnesota who were interested in creating connections. Since then, Erica has hosted an exchange student, quit her job of 10+ years, took the summer off to figure out what she really wanted to do in this new phase of life , found a new job that aligns with her passion and under her company Kookaburra Meets, has hosted over 25 events and has served close to 1,000 women- all in the name of making new friends. We know you'll love hearing Erica's updates as much as we have. She's one that keeps on inspiring! Follow Erica On Kookaburra Meets On TikTok On Instagram On LinkedIn Mix It Up with Us Terri on Instagram Melissa on Instagram Join the Mixing Up Midlife Discussion Facebook Group Email Us: MixingupMidlife@gmail.com Visit the Mixing Up Midlife website Maybe Find Us on TikTok
Control is an illusion. We only have control over how we take action, the decisions we make, and in how we respond to external circumstances. So what the heck are we supposed to do? Just sit back and watch the world unfold? Um, yeah. Pretty much. Here's the thing: our perception of the physical world is only a microscopic view of what's possible. How many times have things --like job opportunities, invitations, and the like-- "come out of nowhere"? That's because we don't see all of the intricate web of the universe, working to get you to where you need to be. When Rumi said that the universe was rigged in our favor, he didn't mean that it would be smooth sailing. That there wouldn't be hardships and challenges. But that everything is an experience for our expansion and spiritual evolution. So can we release control and trust that even the hardships are teaching us how to grow? *********** Today's poems/ Books / Oracle / Tarot Cards mentioned: Tarot Card: Two of Swords | The Hanged Man Poem: “Easter Sunday” by Sin Yu Pai Courses / Exclusive Content / Book Mentioned:Subscribe to “Adventures in Midlife” newsletter: leslieann.substack.com
00:00:32 Subscribe to the Midlife Mommas, talking atomic habits.00:03:39 Dream big but have a system.00:08:16 Tiny steps change habits and self-perception.00:11:17 Friendship dynamics change with personal growth.00:14:16 Make habits attractive by tying them to something else, like walking with a friend.00:17:50 Challenges and environments affect exercise satisfaction.00:21:28 Morning routine includes coffee, supplements, neti pot.00:26:19 Limit social media, switch to green tea.00:29:28 Bought yarn to learn knitting, but failed.00:32:13 Diet and exercise journey, small steps.00:33:31 Build a successful system for joy and satisfaction.BOOM! I wish I could do sound effects, but I can't. We're here today to talk about atomic habits. The basis for this talk is James Clear's bestselling book by the same name. Also, James Clear is a guest on Brene Brown's podcast on Spotify - that's also a great listen.Anyhoo...what are atomic habits, and why do we need them?Have you ever noticed that when you make lofty goals (we used to call them BHAGs in the 1990's), that you never quite get there? That's because biting off a huge chunk of behavior change at one time almost always leads to failure. What you need is a system. Tiny increments of change add up to BIG change over time. In this episode, Cam and Amelia distill the principles of creating or recreating your systems to set you up for success. Consistency over intensity is the key. We give you the four things that build a habit, and we give you the tools to unwind a habit as well.This episode is chock-full of meaningful and practical information. As always, hit that subscribe button and leave us a review. Tell your friends about is and share this episode if it resonates with you.Resources:Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones: Clear, James: 9780735211292: Amazon.com: BooksStay Connected!Amelia Website: https://www.thehelpfulplate.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/thehelpfulplate/ Cam Website: https://www.camoyler.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/heymomma_cam/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@heymomma_cam Midlife Mommas IG: https://www.instagram.com/midlife.mommas/ Please share, rate, and review the podcast. We appreciate you! ❤️
What worked in our 20s & 30s doesn't work anymore? Say WHAT?! #truth. The health game that we played then doesn't work anymore and we don't understand WHY. But I have those answers and the 5 Steps to get your Midlife in Motion.This is a replay of a workshop I gave last Friday. I hope you enjoy and then go check out the Midlife In Motion LIVE program. BTW...Happy Women's Fitness Day!The doors to the Midlife in Motion LIVE - 5 Week Coaching Program are Open! Get all of the info you need to get signed up here:https://lesleylmcshane.com/mimFind me on my Website:https://www.lesleylmcshane.comQuestions? Email me: email@example.comFREE Guide: 4 Steps To Prioritize Your Health & Wellness This Week (And Actually Do It!) Connect with me on Instagram:Get the Redesigning Midlife UpdatesFind your community at the private Redesigning Midlife Facebook Group Get your MENO WELL bars (formerly Bossa Bars) - Use LESLEY10 for 10% off your first orderCheck out Kion and get the Redesigning Midlife Discount - 20% off subscriptions and 10% off individual orders.Need a good, reliable, clean, and professional Plumber? Call 1-Tom-Plumber - The Name Is The Phone Number
#223 Today is Wednesday, time for a little wellness boost – a shortened episode to help keep your Warrior Vibe high.This show is a Walking the Talk Vancast, a portable episode that's informal and casual, recorded on the go from wherever Kathy finds herself on the day of recording.Kathy's recording at home today waiting out Tropical Storm Ophelia. She's sharing an impactful experience of creating a reverse bucket list as a roadmap for a life filled with lasting satisfaction and meaning.Kathy then invites you to create your own reverse bucket list, providing the steps to do so. She ends the episode sharing a powerful moment of realization as she reviewed her own list. If you've been looking for a practice to inspire gratitude, better understand what brought you to this point in your life and empower you to mindfully create your future, this is the episode for you!Links:From Type A to Type Be Online Course: Click here for more infoFrom Type A to Type Be Coaching Program: Click here for more infoEmail Kathy: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you'd like to join our circle and never miss a weekly episode, please hit subscribe. While you're there, you can rate the podcast by highlighting the stars that match your experience. Much appreciated!For episode materials, show notes or to submit a question for a future episode, visit: https://athenawellness.com/podcast
In this episode, you will learn: What is vaginal rejuvenation What non-surgical options are there to help in mid-life What are the pro's beyond visual in vaginal rejuvenation What is the PRP method How platelet rich plasma helps rejuvenation naturally Cheri A. Ong, MD, FACS is a board certified plastic surgeon for over 15 years by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery with a practice currently located in Scottsdale AZ. Dr. Ong's expertise is in solving both external and internal vaginal issues. She is highly skilled at separating which issues are surgical (making the vagina more aesthetically pleasing) and which non-surgical (issues such as dryness, arousal, and sensation). In her practice, Dr. Ong uses different modalities and combination treatments in order to help women optimize their health. Known for helping women navigate their vaginal insecurities and in turn allowing them to better connect with themselves and others, Dr. Ong combines surgery with regenerative and non-surgical treatment modalities. Her approach enhances function and showcases existing inner beauty, which then brings her clients improved self-confidence as well as more satisfying sex lives.
Get set for a stimulating conversation with the multi-talented Mary T Wagner! Our guest, an accomplished author and photographer, took a bold leap of faith in her 40's, swapping her career in journalism for a foray into law. She spills the beans on the unique trials she faced as a mature student, juggling academics amidst a sea of younger peers all while raising her four children. It's a narrative that rings with tenacity and a dash of serendipity that will leave you captivated.As we navigate through Mary's fascinating transition back to her writing roots, it becomes evident how she beautifully blends her newfound legal expertise with her enduring love for writing. This journey led her to authorship, proving that it's never too late to follow one's passions. Furthermore, Mary's lively musings on British murder mysteries and slang, along with her ventures in painting, provide a refreshing detour. Witness how Mary's zest for life and learning new things radiates throughout our chat, serving as a beacon of inspiration for anyone contemplating a midlife career switch or those in search of a healthy dose of motivation.Want to launch your own podcast or YouTube Channel or need help running a current one? Not sure where to start with a podcast or YouTube channel and just need some advice. Schedule a 15-minute call with Rayna to talk through your ideas - no strings attached. Email Rayna at email@example.com and write "15-minute call" in the subject line to get started. Check out The Ladies First Digital Media Company at https://ladiesfirstdigitalmedia.com/ for expert advice and help that is tailored to women entrepreneurs.You Betcha She Did! is produced by The Ladies First Digital Media Company. Have a question or know a fab woman who should be featured on this podcast? Contact Rayna at firstname.lastname@example.org If you love the show, please subscribe, share it with your friends, and leave us a positive review
One of the things I'm continuing to learn is that I'm getting older - I'm in my mid 40's. 45 to be exact. And that means I'm in midlife. Who knew?! I've been spending time learning about midlife and how little there really is that is shared with us through resources or conversations. If you're a female teacher in midlife, this is the episode for you! If you're not, join in the fun of listening and learning anyway! You're going to LOVE the insights and thoughts from my three guests: Jamie, Lucy, and Avery. Today they're sharing ideas about what it means to be in midlife. What is midlife? And how does it relate to us as teachers? Topics discussed include defining midlife, how to tune in to yourself, dealing with burnout, and setting boundaries. Meet Jamie, Lucy, and Avery: Jamie, Lucy, and Avery are three women in their 40's, all with PhDs in Clinical Psychology, and each with over a decade of experience working in private practice. They are hosts of a fun and informative podcast, Inspiration from the Couch, which covers a wide array of mental health topics. They founded the Badass Rebellion, a movement to help extraordinary women celebrate and savor a badass midlife. The Badass community ignites a rebellion against the story of the “midlife crisis,” replacing this outdated trope with reckoning, reclaiming, and celebrating during women's midlife years. Social Media Links: Website - https://badassrebellion.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/badassrebellion/ https://www.instagram.com/inspirationfromthecouch/
Ever thought about what is truly healthy means to you? Is it just about the number on the scale or is there more to it? I am here, Elizabeth Sherman, to guide you through a transformative journey to health and wellness, breaking free from the traditional narrative of dieting. Instead, we aim to develop a healthier relationship with food, exercise, and ourselves. Walk with me as I share my personal story, transitioning from a size 18-20 to a lifestyle centered on well-being. Listen as we delve into societal pressures, ageism, and how living authentically impacts our health. What if you could redefine the norms and reclaim the narrative? This episode is about empowering women in midlife, guiding them to live robust, well-rounded lives. Here, we challenge the status quo, and societal expectations, and redefine what it means to be a healthy woman today. We embrace personal growth over societal expectations, health over numbers on the scale, and inner peace over external validation. Together, we uncover evidence-based knowledge, share personal stories, and offer practical tools to navigate this exciting stage of life, empowered and in control. Join me in this unique exploration of holistic health, where the focus is not just on living but thriving. Chapter Summaries: Embracing Holistic Health, Moving Beyond Dieting (0:00:05) Explore health habits, aging, ageism, societal pressures, and living authentically to create a healthier relationship with food, exercise, and our bodies. Empowering Women in Midlife (0:16:41) Challenge the status quo, prioritize health, value inner peace, strive for personal growth, uncover evidence-based knowledge, and explore practical tools to empower midlife women. "Shift from dictating what you should do to exploring what could work for you, embracing self-compassion, and crafting a life you love in a body you feel good in." - Elizabeth Sherman Get full show notes and more information here: https://elizabethsherman.com/podcast/141
Before I got to know today's guest, Stacey Duguid, I thought she was a bit scary TBH. Fierce in all the ways. And then I got to know her - when I was editor of Red and she worked on Elle - and discovered she wasn't. At all.Because Stacey, like so many of us, is just exceptionally good at putting on a front. And that front served her well, until it didn't. She was 45 when everything collapsed. Or, more accurately, she put a grenade under it. The thing she'd been trained to want ever since she was tiny: the house, the husband, the children, the career, the happy ever after. All blown to smithereens. Now 49, a single mum and a successful journalist, very much back from the brink, Stacey has written In Pursuit of Happiness, the most brilliant book about a midlife collapse and ultimately recovery. I know you are going to love it.As candid in person as she is in print, Stacey talks frankly about the pain of divorce, searching for a self you've never met, self-blame, “hotness syndrome”, perimenopause mayhem (and I mean MAYHEM), making peace with her mother, rediscovering her creativity, midlife sexuality and… toyboywarehouse.com.If you enjoyed this episode, you might like my conversations with Rosie Green and Natalie Lee. * You can buy all the books mentioned in this podcast at The Shift bookshop on Bookshop.org, including In Pursuit of Happiness by Stacey Duguid, and the book that inspired this podcast, The Shift: how I lost and found myself after 40 - and you can too, by me.* And if you'd like to support the work that goes into making this podcast and get a weekly newsletter plus loads more content including exclusive transcripts of the podcast, why not join The Shift community, come and have a look around at www.theshiftwithsambaker.substack.com• The Shift (on life after 40) with Sam Baker is created and hosted by Sam Baker and edited by Juliette Nicholls @ Pineapple Audio Production. If you enjoyed this podcast, please rate/review/follow as it really does help other people find us. And let me know what you think on twitter @sambaker or instagram @theothersambaker Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Ride Home with John & Kathy! Buckle in for a Tuesday full! Like… What question do you most wish you could ask God?... GUEST Michelle Van Loon ... author of 6 books, incl her most recent "Translating Your Past: Finding Meaning in Family Ancestry, Genetic Clues, & Generational Trauma" ... also check out “Becoming Sage: Cultivating Meaning, Purpose, & Spirituality in Midlife,” “Born To Wander: Recovering the Value of our Pilgrim Identity,” and “Moments and Days: How Our Holy Celebrations Shape Our Faith” ... She blogs at michellevanloon.com and theperennialgen.com Why Didn't God Create All Humans to Be Christians? ... GUEST Astrophysicist & author Dr Hugh Ross ... senior scholar & founder of Reasons to Believe, an organization that researches & communicates how discoveries about nature harmonize w the words of the Bible ... his books include “The Creator & the Cosmos,” “Why the Universe Is the Way It Is,” and “Improbable Planet” Two sides of the coin: the quest for purity when everyone is a train wreck ... GUEST Rev Jay Slocum ... Rector, St Thomas Anglican Church, Gibsonia, PA Thanks for riding with us on The Ride Home with John & Kathy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jennifer Hurvitz is a podcast host, dating coach, relationship expert, and author. Her best-selling book, Woulda. Coulda. Shoulda. A Divorce Coach's Guide to Staying Married, is featured on Oprah Magazine's List of the Best Marriage Books to Read with Your Partner for a Healthy Relationship. Her newest book, Midlife Priceless! A Dating Coach's Guide to Finally Doing Relationships Right is filled with BS-free tips and funny personal anecdotes that will get you on the path to finally doing relationships right. On her podcast, Doing Relationships Right, Jennifer strives to help both married and divorced couples achieve total happiness, no matter their circumstances. For insights about all things relationship, including dating after divorce, connect with Jennifer: Website: JenniferHurvitz.comPod: Doing Relationships RightTikTok: @DoingRelationshipsRightIG: @DoingRelationshipsRightLI: @JenniferHurvitzX: @JenniferHurvitzCoachThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5507039/advertisement
Lorraine Candy does not mess around when it comes to midlife and the menopause. In this impassioned episode, her heartfelt desire for sharing information about both, including HRT and how society views women's pain, is palpable. Lorraine is the former Editor in Chief of Elle, Cosmopolitan and the Sunday Times Style, now co-host of the podcast ‘Postcards from Midlife' and author of ‘What's Wrong With Me: 101 Things Midlife Women Need To Know'. Midlife is often a huge period of great change for women, whether it's yourself or someone you know. Lorraine, like many women, has been through seismic changes - from leaving her career after 30 years, seeing her children leave home and experiencing perimenopause.Here, she talks to Annie about these changes, how they materialise, the Void, changing systems, societal expectations and ultimately how to navigate what can be a destabilising period and come through invigorated. Here, she talks to Annie about these changes, how they materialise, the Void, changing systems, societal expectations and ultimately how to navigate what can be a destabilising period and come through invigorated. You can buy Lorraine's books and find her other content here:https://linktr.ee/lcandyclubChanges is a deaf friendly podcast, transcripts can be accessed here: https://www.anniemacmanus.com/changes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our Bachelor OGs Trista Sutter and Bob Guiney catch up with Season 7 Bachelorette winner JP Rosenbaum! JP gets real about life since splitting from Ashley Hebert, and we hear his experience looking for love as a single dad. Plus, find out if we'd ever see JP make a return to the franchise… but as The Bachelor!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Every day, we witness some majorly bad behavior all around this big country of ours, and it seems our tolerance for any human error is at basement level. But what happens if we cancel everyone who makes a mistake? An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind, as they say. Wendy's had enough and wants to cancel canceling. Listen in as Wendy takes a page from the Loretta Ross playbook (“...when you're on social media, act like you're holding someone's heart in your hand”) and offers her thoughts on Elise Loehnen's new book, “On Our Best Behavior.”
After twelve years in medicine, helping families heal their bodies, Dr. Alexandra Stockwell started studying the science and art of emotional and sensual connection to help her patients heal their relationships.So why did this already super busy, mom, wife, intimate marriage expert, and podcaster decide to co-author a book about menopause? As Alexandra and her dear friend, Tricia Brouk, began to dig in, they found that despite the fact that there is more awareness around this life stage, we still aren't really talking about it. The Invitation - Vital Conversations About Menopause is not a book about science, research, or treatment of menopause. It's a book to inspire connection and community in a time of life that every woman who lives long enough is sure to go through. As we evolve, women are spending a third or more of our lives in menopause. Let's redefine this inevitable transition and look at it as a beginning - a time of midlife pivots and enhanced relationships, and bring vital conversations out of the dark corner and into the light.You can find Alexandra Stockwell's books, The Invitation - Vital Conversations About Menopause and Uncompromising Intimacy, on Amazon.The Intimacy Doctor website: https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/Alexandra's podcast: https://www.alexandrastockwell.com/podcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intimacydoctor/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100093537316555Follow Asking for a Friend on Social media outlets:https://www.instagram.com/askingforafriend_pod/https://www.facebook.com/askforafriendpod/Please provide a review and share. This helps us grow! https://lovethepodcast.com/AFAF
Liz and Michelle chat to tv presenter and author Louise Minchin about dealing with empty nest syndrome. Louise shares her own emotional journey as both her daughters left home for university, including the grief she felt at their absence. She explains how she coped by filling her time with new challenges, becoming an endurance athlete and author. Louise talks about pushing herself out of her comfort zone by swimming through shark infested waters to Alcatraz, ice diving, and other adventures with ordinary women doing extraordinary things that she chronicles in her book Fearless. She shares the importance of celebrating what your body can do, not how it looks. Louise offers inspiration on how to be fearless in trying new things and reinventing yourself in midlife after your kids leave home. KEY TAKEAWAYS Louise was unprepared for the grief and loss she felt when her daughters first left home for university. She describes it as a rollercoaster - you're no longer in control as a parent when they choose to come back. Louise advises allowing yourself to feel sadness, but also filling your time with new challenges and adventures. She pushed herself by training for triathlons, swimming to Alcatraz, and writing two books, including Fearless. A key message is to celebrate what your body can do, not focus on how it looks. Louise reinvented her career, now calling herself a writer - it's inspiring to pivot even later in life. Her advice is to set goals, take small steps out of your comfort zone, and not let fear of failure hold you back. BEST MOMENTS "I was really... extraordinarily unprepared for her leaving home." "You've got to go with a different kind of rollercoaster. One where you are not in control as a parent anymore." "I'm proud of what my body can do, not about what it looks like." "I walked in going, I'm a writer. And that's so exciting." "Don't be afraid to fall flat on your face." If you enjoyed this episode, please rate, and review it on your podcast platform. We read every email sent to us at email@example.com so please get in touch! Check out our supporting blogs on this topic at www.twowomenchatting.com. EPISODE RESOURCES ABOUT THE HOSTLiz Copping is a networking pro & event consultant, leaping out of her comfort zone to co-host this podcast.Lizcopping@outlook.com Insta @lizcoppingtwcMichelle Ford is a professional voice actor and empty nester pressing reset, enjoying a new career in firstname.lastname@example.org Insta @michellefordtwc CONTACT METHOD https://www.instagram.com/twowomenchatting/ https://twitter.com/ChattingTwo https://www.facebook.com/twowomenchatting This show was brought to you by Progressive Media
When it comes to the diabetes conversation, have you ever felt like common sense was the missing ingredient? If so, you're 100% correct. The fear-based messaging like “you're just one donut away from diabetes” indicates how out of control it's become. What I want you to walk away with is knowing that you can make peace with food, even with diabetes- and one of the best ways to do that is through adopting an intuitive eating approach. To help us tackle this topic, I've invited Danielle Bublitz, a weight-neutral registered dietitian who not only specializes in supporting clients with all different types of diabetes but has also lived with diabetes herself since she was a teenager. Danielle will help us debunk some of the most harmful myths about diabetes and help us understand why having diabetes is not your fault.To learn more about Danielle and her work, connect with her on her website at www.foodfreedomdiabetes.com, or follow her on Instagram @foodfreedomdiabetes or on Facebook @DanielleBublitzRDN.Looking for a place to learn more about midlife, menopause nutrition, and intuitive eating? Click here to grab one of my free resources and learn what I've got "on the menu" including my 1:1 and group programs. https://www.menopausenutritionist.ca/links
Our adult lives can (arguably) be broken down into 3 phases: “Young Life” (25-40), Mid Life (40-60) and Old Life (60 +). Each of these phases have “Crisis Points”—unique emotional, professional and relational issues that are very difficult and challenging to navigate. Living our best lives—and helping those around us do the same—means learning about each phase's unique challenges and how to consciously respond to them. Here in part two of a 3-part series, Roy presents a conscious, mindful perspective on how to navigate the “crisis points” that arise in “mid life.” If you are in the “mid life” phase or if you know anyone who is, you don't want to miss the episode. Additional Resources Roy may have mentioned on the show: Roy's Website: https://coachingwithroy.com Roy's Relationship Fitness Self-Assessment Test: https://coachingwithroy.com/the-relationship-fitness-self-test/ Roy's 3 Books: · Relationship Bootcamp: https://amzn.to/360UsMR · Attracting Lasting Love: http://amzn.to/1UnYeYh · A Drink with Legs: https://amzn.to/31UBl3K Roy's Group Coaching Program: https://coachingwithroy.com/group-coaching/ Roy's Complimentary 45-min. Coaching Session: To set up an appointment, email him at email@example.com or call his cell 407-687-3387.
Welcome back! In this episode of Awaken Your Wise Woman, host Elizabeth Cush talks about lessons learned about sensitivity during the hiatus. Listen to find out what's in store in this exciting new season of the podcast—and what you can learn from listening to Biz and her guests. “The world needs more sensitive people showing up fully, especially sensitive women." — Biz Cush You can find the full show notes and all the AYWW episodes here!
About Jessica Goss: Combining a B.Sc in Integrative Health Sciences, a board certification in holistic nutrition and a master herbalist background, Jessica dives into all things health and beauty. She is the owner An Herb and Love Story- a chemically conscious, eco salon just outside Olympic National Park. Through nutrition, mindset, healing herbs and botanicals, she helps women find and support their natural beauty from the inside out. What We Discuss In This Episode: Toxic Beauty- how to nourish health, wellness, and beauty. Herbs, botanicals, and nutrition that support good sleep, healthy digestion, regulate hormones- and how all of those tie into feeling and looking radiant. What are the most toxic products in health and beauty products? Why are we reaching for bandaids that make us look youthful and well rested? What are some herbs and foods to include for a fresh, healthy glow? How do food, lifestyle, and hormones play into how we feel and look? How can we rewrite a toxic beauty culture? Resources from Jessica Goss: Check out her content at: https://www.anherbandlovestory.com Shop Jessica's favorite clean beauty products here: https://www.holistichairtribe.com/?rfsn=3085608.917457dbd&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=3085608.917457dbd Connect With Jessica Goss: Website: https://www.anherbandlovestory.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anherbandlovestory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anherbandlovestory Connect with Lynne: If you're looking for a community of like-minded women on a journey - just like you are - to improved health and wellness, overall balance, and increased confidence, check out Lynne's private community in The Energized Healthy Women's Club. It's a supportive and collaborative community where the women in this group share tips and solutions for a healthy and holistic lifestyle. (Discussions include things like weight management, eliminating belly bloat, balancing hormones, wrangling sugar gremlins, overcoming fatigue, recipes, strategies, and much more so women can feel energized, healthy, confident, and joyful each day. Website: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holistichealthandwellnessllc The Energized Healthy Women's Club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/energized.healthy.women Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lynnewadsworth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynnewadsworth Free Resources from Lynne Wadsworth: How to Thrive in Menopause: MENOPAUSE Messing Up your life? Maybe you're seeing the number on the scale creep higher and higher and you're noticing your usual efforts to lose weight aren't working. Then there's the hot blazes, night sweats, and sleeping fitfully, not to mention that you're fighting tears one moment, raging the next, and then, the shameful guilt sets in because you've just blasted your partner – for nothing…again! Learn how to successfully and holistically navigate perimenopause and full-blown menopause, and even reconcile all the hormonal changes and challenges that go along with it. You'll be feeling energized, healthier, and more in control so you can take on your day confidently and live life joyfully – even in menopause. I've got this FREE solution tool for you. Download my guide here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/thrive-through-menopause/ 5 Simple Steps to Gain Energy, Feel Great & Uplevel Your Health: Are you ready to create a Healthier Lifestyle? Would you like to feel lighter, more energized, and even add joy to your life? If it's time to find more balance of mind~body~soul, then I've got the perfect FREE resource to help. In this guide, you'll find my most impactful strategies and I've made applying them in your life as simple as 1-2-3 (plus a couple more) to help you create a healthier, holistic lifestyle. Uplevel your holistic health and wellness and download the 5 Simple Steps to Health here: https://holistic-healthandwellness.com/5-simple-steps-to-a-healthier-you/ Did You Enjoy The Podcast? If you enjoyed this episode please let us know! 5-star reviews for the Living Life Naturally podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, or Stitcher are greatly appreciated. This helps us reach more women struggling to live through midlife and beyond. Thank you. Together, we make a difference!
Sandra Bruce, a Midlife Mindset Guide, brings a powerful and informative approach to her work. With a background in Child and Youth Work, she strategically transitioned from the public to the private sector, focusing on Customer Service. Over the course of two decades, she honed her skills in Customer Service and management while raising two wonderful boys. Now, Sandra's mission is to help women embrace their midlife chapters with enthusiasm and make the most of this transformative period. Known as the Fairy Godmother of Midlife, Sandra is dedicated to empowering women and helping them rediscover the queens within themselves. Through her business, Queenager VIP, she offers a range of inspiring programs designed to provide fun, education, personal development, wellness tips, and gourmet experiences, all aimed at celebrating every woman. You can find Sandra on Facebook and Instagram under QueenagerVIP or visit her website, queenagervip.com. Lookout for her eBook, Revitalize & Reignite: Reclaim Your Passion, available on October 1. Join the Fearless Power Group and visit: Website: fearlessfemale.com Facebook: Facebook.com/groups Twitter: @FearlessFemale9 Instagram: @fearlessfemale_coach Tiktok: @paola.rosser Youtube: @fearlessfemale Book a FREE Discovery Call Now Book an Emotion Code Session here
You can have the best sex of your life in midlife. Angie Byrd, my guest on this week's podcast, stands behind that statement, and I would like to agree. This podcast is all about helping you do midlife and beyond well. And in order to thrive and be our best selves, we need sex, connection, love and pleasure. Plus, when we are nourished through meaningful relationships, pleasure, passion and purpose, we can have a more relaxed relationship with food and body. Angie Byrd turns life's big questions into quests for wellness, peace, true wisdom, and living with unbridled passion. A natural leader, the insights learned from decades of living, intense experiences and working with world-class teachers led her to coaching women in the areas of health and wellness, relationships and sex, spirituality and leadership. She is the host of the Midlife Magic and Mayhem Podcast, a weekly show for women who are ready to enter unconventional conversations about what it means to be a modern woman in midlife. This show offers the perspective of midlife as a window of opportunity to evolve and blossom into the unique, well, radiant woman that is at the core of her being. A curious curator and mentor, Angie Byrd walks with her listeners and clients, side by side, on the path of feeding the well, wise, wild woman in us all…creating a delicious marriage of magic and mayhem along the way. Some of my takeaways and aha moments from this episode were:
How many times have you pushed off the start date of WHEN you are going to start working out or start of focus on your health? We all WANT to, but there is a caveat. We have to get to an arbitrary time. When we have more time, when it's cooler, when it's January 1st.It reminds me of Tom Cruise in Top Gun where he is afraid to engage in the air battle below. “It doesn't look good.” Everybody in the audience knows that he just has to do it – the situation will never be perfect, but he has to overcome his fear and just DO IT. “Talk to me Goose” he begs.Well today I am your GOOSE. And I am asking you – If not today, then when? Because I don't think WHEN is ever going to get here. You've just got to do it. Get that midlife body moving friend!The doors to the Midlife in Motion LIVE - 5 Week Coaching Program are Open! Join in this weekend by Sunday midnight to be able to enjoy the special BONUS - Coaching Session with Mindset and Performance Coach Michael Seiler.https://lesleylmcshane.com/mimFind me on my Website:https://www.lesleylmcshane.comEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFREE Guide: 4 Steps To Prioritize Your Health & Wellness This Week (And Actually Do It!) Connect with me on Instagram:Get the Redesigning Midlife UpdatesFind your community at the private Redesigning Midlife Facebook Group Get your MENO WELL bars (formerly Bossa Bars) - Use LESLEY10 for 10% off your first orderCheck out Kion and get the Redesigning Midlife Discount - 20% off subscriptions and 10% off individual orders.Need a good, reliable, clean, and professional Plumber? Call 1-Tom-Plumber - The Name Is The Phone Number
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