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Set the context for a joyful, exuberant day with a short, powerful message from Sadhguru. Explore a range of subjects with Sadhguru, discover how every aspect of life can be a stepping stone, and learn to make the most of the potential that a human being embodies. Conscious Planet: https://www.consciousplanet.orgSadhguru App (Download): https://onelink.to/sadhguru__appOfficial Sadhguru Website: https://isha.sadhguru.orgSadhguru Exclusive: https://isha.sadhguru.org/in/en/sadhguru-exclusiveYogi, mystic and visionary, Sadhguru is a spiritual master with a difference. An arresting blend of profundity and pragmatism, his life and work serves as a reminder that yoga is a contemporary science, vitally relevant to our times.
Vanessa Rissetto and Tamar Samuels are co-founders of Culina Health, a virtual nutrition coaching platform. These ladies are the REAL deal, taking an honest and realistic approach to nutrition. Don't like kale? Don't eat it! Want dessert? Do the damn thing. These ladies are pros in building a customized approach that addresses root causes of habits, historical/limiting beliefs, and attachments we have to food. Behavior change and goal setting lead us to a healthier relationship with eating, we're good with that ;)Links:Culina HealthTamar Samuels IGVanessa Rissetto IG
In this episode, we welcome Pi Venus Winslow, the founder and creator of Full Venus Rising - a global online community dedicated to healing the wounds of childhood narcissistic abuse. As the daughter of a malignant narcissistic mother, Pi Venus Winslow has a lifetime of experience and understanding of the emotional and psychological effects of being raised by a narcissistic parent and how it can affect your health. Pi shares with us how "finding her voice" helped her conquer Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and • How to end the struggle with self-worth and the wounds of our hearts, • Why it's critical to reclaim your authentic self and live intentionally free from codependency and narcissistic abuse,• Ways to overcome the devastating and too often long-term effects of being raised by a malignant narcissist,Plus so much more...More about our guest: Through her own transformation journey Pi Venus Winslow has stepped into her purpose as a transformation life coach to help those recovering from a narcissistic upbringing. She is also the author of 'Mother Medusa - Weaving Myth, Ritual, and Magic into Healing from a Narcissistic Upbringing' and speaks to groups worldwide on recovering from a narcissistic upbringing. Pi's on a mission to empower others to reclaim their authentic selves and live intentionally, free from codependency and narcissistic abuse. Learn more at https://fullvenusrising.com/Please share this link to our chat with family and friends: https://UnderstandingAutoimmune.com/PiVenus_2022.This show is not intended to diagnose, prevent, or treat autoimmune or other diseases and illnesses. The information presented within cannot substitute for the advice of your physician or other trained healthcare professionals. The information provided on UnderstandingAutoimmune.com, Life Interrupted Radio.com, and The Autoimmune Hour are for educational purposes only.
This week on Wellbeing, we begin a 14-week series on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In this episode we are kicking off by talking with international PTSD expert Professor Alexander McFarlane from the University of Adelaide, Australia. Prof. McFarlane's research has focused on PTSD in military veterans, emergency service personnel and disaster victims having published over 250 articles and co-aurthored three books on the subject. In 2011, Professor McFarlane received the Officer of the Order of Australia Award in the Australia Day Honours List for his outstanding contributions to medical research in the field of PTSD. In this episode, Professor McFarlane talks about what exactly PTSD is, the prevalence of it in society, how genetics can make people more likely to develop PTSD, how PTSD changes the brain and how people can manage their PTSD. About 4.4% of the Australian population have a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. So, it is a far more common condition than people would have thought. - Prof. McFarlane on this episode of Wellbeing. Tune in next week when we speak with Dr Shaili Jain, continuing our look into Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. We would love to hear from you! If you would like to suggest topics, give us feedback, or just say hi, you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org Host: Jack Hodgins Wellbeing website: https://www.2nurfm.com.au/wellbeing See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There is the old (and outdated) path to health. And there is what I call a better path to health. In this episode of the Grace & Grit podcast, I invite you to consider both to ensure the path you are taking is the one that will help you create the level of well-being you truly crave. Have a listen and if it helps, please consider sharing it. You can listen here: https://graceandgrit.com/podcast-283/ **** Ready to design your own roadmap to a happier & healthier you? Sign up for the Shut Out the Noise workshop at https://graceandgrit.com/shutoutthenoise/ **** Looking for more support? Join me in the Rumble & Rise arena at https://graceandgrit.com/readytorumble **** Are you loving the Grace & Grit Podcast? Leave a Review: http://bit.ly/GGPReview Looking for more Grace & Grit? Visit https://graceandgrit.com/
Does a full moon really bring out craziness in people? Does it cause more car accidents and hospital admissions? This episode begins with a look at whether or not the moon really affects human behavior – or at least why so many people believe it does. http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/stop-blaming-the-moon-says-ucla-scientist Being happy is a big goal for almost everyone. And finding it is often a struggle. Joining me with some insight and science regarding how we can all be happier is Tim Bono, a lecturer at Washington University in St. Louis where he teaches courses on the Science of Happiness and author of the book Happiness 101: Simple Secrets to Smart Living & Well-Being (https://amzn.to/3cPVgY3). Every child is told a million times to “stop fidgeting!” However, in some cases fidgeting may be the perfect thing to do. Listen as I discuss how fidgeting can help learn better and improve cognitive performance, despite what your grandmother told you. http://www.inc.com/thompson-wall/how-fidgeting-at-work-can-promote-creative-thinking.html You might not think that mushrooms would make a good topic for this podcast. However it turns out that mushrooms and all fungi are absolutely fascinating. If we didn't have fungus – life would be very different. Biologist Merlin Sheldrake has studied the world of fungus and you are about to discover things about the mushrooms you eat and all other fungi that will amaze you. Merlin is the author of the book Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds & Shape Our Futures (https://amzn.to/2Xfdb3F) PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We really like The Jordan Harbinger Show! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen! Go to https://Shopify.com/sysk, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features! With Avast One, https://avast.com you can confidently take control of your online world without worrying about viruses, phishing attacks, ransomware, hacking attempts, & other cybercrimes! Small Businesses are ready to thrive again and looking for resources to rise to the challenge. That's why Dell Technologies has assembled an all-star lineup of podcasters (and we're one of them!) for the third year in a row to create a virtual conference to share advice and inspiration for Small Businesses. Search Dell Technologies Small Business Podference on Audacy.com, Spotify or Apple podcasts starting May 10th! Today is made for Thrill! Style, Power, Discovery, Adventure, however you do thrill, Nissan has a vehicle to make it happen at https://nissanusa.com https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Use SheetzGo on the Sheetz app! Just open the app, scan your snacks, tap your payment method and go! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There's a wall between people who work on the production floor — and those in the office.That wall is a barrier in both the literal and figurative sense.I want to address how that wall creates separation between employees in unintended ways that results in miscommunication, misunderstandings, misperceptions and missed opportunities.According to some research from Gallup, less than 25% of employees in the US strongly believe their company cares about their wellbeing.That figure was highest among those in management positions.And, most alarming to me, the percentage of employees who are extremely satisfied with their company as a place to work dropped from 23% to only 18% over roughly the past year.Obviously there are many external factors that are contributing to this.But not all of them are external. There are many that are internal. And that means they can be addressed and corrected. I've found that great manufacturing companies that truly see their employees as humans (not some sort of cog in a machine) do these 5 things consistently well.
Part 2 of a conversation from Sarah Wolfe and panelists presented at the NTEN NTC conference in March 2022. Centered around their diverse journeys to success, this session with four leaders celebrated bright spots of successful inclusion and cultivation of diversity in nonprofit technology, as well as sharing advice for the individual and the organization for thriving on the road ahead. Whether you come from an under-represented background, or want to do more at your nonprofit organization or tech company to support and include staff, this panel session was a vibrant discussion among women with a lot to say and share.What support has helped you get where you are today in nonprofit tech? What experiences have shaped your career? What have you had to overcome?Learn to listen! How can you be an ally? How can your workplace provide an environment where everyone thrives?This panel is an expansion on the previous conversation "Diverse Perspectives" with the same panelists, different anecdotes, and different audience questions. If you are interested in DEI and Justice in Nonprofit Tech, please join the conversation.Resources mentioned by the panelists:Onlinehttps://www.mentoring.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Why-Workplace-Mentoring-Matters-4.20.21.pdf ..We must create workplaces that are supportive of … growth as the next generation of leaders and innovators.More resources from MENTOR on race and cultural inclusion in the workplace here.https://nonprofitaf.com Questioning assumptions on traditional nonprofit practices.https://www.nonprofitlearninglab.org/dei Resources round-up, good place to start. Books: Dare to Lead by Brené Brown Innovating Leadership Co-creating Our Future by Maureen MetcalfStart Here – Master the Lifelong Habits of Wellbeing by Eric Langshur, Nate Klemp Ph.DBarking up the wrong tree, The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong by Eric BarkerPodcastsHBR Women at Work – especially episode called Leading with AuthenticityBrené Brown: Unlocking Us Podcast
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast, I'm joined by my guest, Greg Williams, The Master Negotiator, Body Language Expert & Author.We discuss: Body Language Secrets To Win More Negotiations This episode of the HR Leaders Podcast is brought to you by AceUp.If there's a lesson in everything, what did the pandemic teach us about work, leadership, and the role coaching can play in our future? Download the report to access a collection of highlights to help you shape a post-pandemic workplace that works for everyone: https://bit.ly/381qQF5
10 Talks Podcast – with CHAMP10N Guest Ann Meyers Drysdale, Former Professional Basketball Player - Phoenix Mercury President and General Manager - Phoenix Suns Vice PresidentJOIN US On the Journey to Discover How Women Win Our Way…Check out this week's 10 talks podcast episode to hear HOW WOMEN WIN with Ann Meyers Drysdale.WINNING STRATEGIES1. How can we bridge the gap between male and female hires in sport administration positions? As we climb the ladder of advancement, there is less female presence, and males tend to hire other males for these roles. How do we increase female occupancy?2. What are winning strategies for increasing female exposure? Fans of a respective sport can often name several male superstars, but only a handful of women athletes. Communication is a great starting point; what else?3. Have a voice. The rate of female dropouts from sport is fairly high. How do we prevent this? Stay tuned next week to hear how Kathy and Carlette are Teaming Up to Discover, Design, and Do – "Winning Our Way". Want to G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to other women by sharing how you win? Learn More Here: www.championwellbeing.com/how-women-win-survey
Join Rachel Gregory as she guides you through your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual #healthjourney, putting you on your way to better #training, #nutrition, overall health and #wellbeing. In this episode, Rachel and Colleen dive into Colleen's background, what brought her to founding the popular platform MindBodyGreen, the stressors she faced along the way and how she's overcome them, and some of the tools and habits she's implemented as a busy mom of two girls to continue to living her best life, most fulfilled life. Colleen Wachob is Co-Founder and Co-CEO at mindbodygreen. She graduated from Stanford University with degrees in international relations and Spanish, and spent 10 years working at Fortune 500 companies including Gap, Walmart, and Amazon. Wachob lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, MBG Founder and Co-CEO Jason Wachob and their two daughters, Ellie and Grace. Where to find Colleen: Website: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/ Instagram: @colleenwachob, @mindbodygreen YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/mindbodygreen Twitter: @mindbodygreen Things mentioned in this episode: Sleep Checklist To join the waiting list for Rachel's online group coaching, The Flex Fam, visit: www.theflexfam.com To learn more and apply to work one-on-one with Rachel, visit her website: https://www.metflexlife.com/apply Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter Check out Rachel's second podcast MINIFLEX on your preferred podcast platform Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/02ugV4Hi1rCFwJ2CTx3x1t?si=67fa8b12ee1f4ad3&nd=1 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miniflex/id1612301075 Connect with Rachel on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelgregory.cns/ Tiktok: https://email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metflexlife Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MetFlexandChill/_created/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rachelgregoryms LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-gregory-ms-cns-cscs-bbb41999/ Show Notes [2:23] Colleen discusses how her personal health history got her to where she is today and how mindbodygreen got its start. [8:25] How spiritual and emotional wellbeing are important to our overall. Highlighting the importance of sleep. [11:36] Practical tips, habits and recommendations for getting better sleep. [14:40] Discussion of the importance of caffeine intake and daily stressors in relation to sleep. [17:14] How our careers and financial wellbeing integrate with our emotional health and ways to manage this. [20:53] Practical take-home tips for de-stressing, choosing the right physical activity for you, and improving your spiritual health. [22:41] Small daily tweaks for improving your overall health. [24:36] Grappling with collective trauma and mental health as a society as a 2022 Wellness trend. [29:47] Utilizing social media in a healthy way to set a healthy example for kids. [31:53] Colleen's morning routine overview. [35:27] What Colleen has changed her mind about within the past year or so. [37:20] Find MindBodyGreen across all social channels!
Each month, we select one of the #askHalePule submissions for Myra answer live and share it with youif you haven't already checked it out, #askHalePule was created to provide you with one-on-one support from our team at an affordable price. In no way a replacement for a comprehensive Ayurveda consultation, #askHalePule can be used to receive professional guidance on a specific question that relates to Ayurveda or Yoga.To learn more about the Heal Your Relationship with Food program mentioned in this episode, visit our website.
Naturopathy was never intended to focus on weight loss. And when it comes to women's health - especially preconception care, postpartum and peri-menopause - taking the emphasis off of weight and shape and onto health becomes even more imperative. Dr. Caitlin O'Connor, a naturopathic doctor based in Denver, Colorado shares her wisdom.SHOW NOTES:09:08 What brought Caitlin to naturopathy and HAES® 14:25 The differences between naturopathic training in Australia vs. the USA20:07 How Caitlin navigates weight loss conversations with clients 26:27 How we can take what's helpful from naturopathic traditions without it causing harm33:00 Addressing weight bias in our clients, our colleagues, and ourselves34:08 Weight-neutral preconception health and fertility39:20 Avoiding the shame spiral for people who are not getting pregnant41:40 How long the 4th trimester really lasts47:50 The pressure postpartum mothers are under to return to their "pre-baby body"51:50 Uncoupling aesthetic goals from health goals55:40 All about peri-menopause, or “The Change” that occurs from age 35 onwardsRESOURCES mentioned:Caitlin's article for ASDAH: https://asdah.org/haes-and-naturopathic-medicine-using-haes-principles-to-facilitate-healing/ LINKS:Support the pod! BONUS episodes and exclusive goodies for subscribers:https://www.patreon.com/nondietyogiCaitlin's website: https://www.drcaitlin.com Caitlin's Instagram: @drcaitlino https://www.instagram.com/drcaitlino/Casey's website: https://www.funkyforest.com.auCasey's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/funkyforesthealthCasey's Instagram: @funky.forest.health https://www.instagram.com/funky.forest.health/Non-Diet Yogi Instagram: @nondietyogi https://www.instagram.com/nondietyogi/Grab your copy of my free e-book The Modern Yogi's BS-Free Guide to Wellbeing!https://www.funkyforest.com.au/a-modern-yogis-bs-free-guide-to-wellbeing.htmlSupport the show
Let's take a break. On the Kourting Happiness podcast, we are going to do just that. Dr. Kortni Alston tells us how breaks are good for us. She also shares best practices by author Meg Selig that can help improve your well-being, productivity, and creativity.
On this week's episode of the Propulsion Swimming Podcast, we are talking about Mental Health, in line with Mental Health Awareness week here in the UK, and specifically Body Image and Eating Disorders in swimming. For this episode, we are joined by the fantastic Amber Keegan, an elite swimmer at the City of Sheffield, who helps us discuss this important topic by opening up about her own journey through swimming with an eating disorder. We hope by having this discussion we can give the others swimmers the confidence to seek any help they might need. We have both unfortunately lost a former teammate and friend to Mental Health. So it really is a topic we will forever discuss and promote as part of the Propulsion Swimming Podcast. Amber's Instagram - www.instagram.com/amber.keegan Wellbeing & Mental Health Platform Govox - https://www.govox.com/ Studies into Eating Disorders - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31220361/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24667155/ ✔️ SUBSCRIBE to Propulsion Swimming: http://bit.ly/PropulsionSwimming
While it's easy for some of our listeners to understand that there is inherent social injustice in the public school system in America, it is still a topic that is fraught with intense political, economical and ethical conversation. What we do know for sure is that there is always room for improvement at schools to progress our future society. Teacher burnout is real and so are statistics that point to increased detention, suspension, and dropout rates amongst children from communities of color. Today we have Indu Viswanathan, Ed.D join us today to chat about her 20 years of working in the field of education as a teacher, curriculum developer, teacher educator, and nonprofit research director. While we both felt like we barely scratched the surface conversing about the educational system in America along with the impact of practices of meditation and breathing techniques, there is so much that Indu brings light upon today. Instead of punishing students for behavior, Indu suggests we should be transforming students' outlook. She discusses her research and doctoral work and how it evolved over the years as she delved deeper into the literature. Indu's research focuses on immigration, education, and the transnational consciousness of second-generation Indian American teachers. She examines how American education and media reinscribe colonial-era biases about Hinduism, often actively silencing indigenous Dharmic perspectives and expression. Indu is concerned by how this impacts the lives and identities of Hindu American youth and is committed to generative inter-community engagement.Connect with Indu at:https://understandinghinduphobia.org/Twitter: @indumathi37Instagram: @indu37 medium.com/@induv
Wellbeing through stitch and communal creative practice runs through Claire's practice, writing and projects. She's just completed a PhD exploring this subject in depth and we both love talking about the importance of community making practice, about textile and local heritage and about the power of textiles to change lives in all kinds of subtle ways. This conversation ranges across all these areas of interest and we talk about how our work in communities is so important yet so often overlooked in the wider art world. I was honoured to be included in Claire's recent book Resilient Stitch and I'm also grateful to her for sharing her thoughts on textiles and community making for Textiles in Lockdown podcast which I made in 2020 with Gawthorpe Textiles Collection. That's coming out on this podcast very soon so you can catch up with it right here. Claire has just relaunched her incredibly popular online teaching sessions. Links to all of these are atruthsinger.com/podcast
This week Kate sat down with Jayne Nicholls, the creator of the Freestyle Yoga brand. Jayne is proud to have cultivated ‘a better way' for instructors and continues to create change and opportunity with new & exciting innovations. During this episode, Kate and Jaune discuss practical and daily breathwork options to help support the ADHD brain. This is one not to miss you if want further guidance on harnessing your breath to welcome more calm to your daily life. Kate and Jayne spoke about: Calming breath techniques Techniques to equal out the breath Noticing and being aware of our breath is key Techniques for "full breath" Why you might be holding your breath and using breath retention Thoracic breath practice Energising breath for the ADHD brain Creating alignment using our breath Permission to practice breathwork that works for you Talking time for breathwork Breathwork outside of meditation You can find out more about Jayne through these links: https://www.instagram.com/jaynenicholls/?hl=en (Instagram) https://www.groupxtraining.com/about/ (Her website) https://igurushop.com/ (Her clothing brand) https://my.captivate.fm/coachingbykate.me.uk (Kate Moryoussef is a women's ADHD Lifestyle & Wellbeing coach and EFT practitioner) helping overwhelmed yet unfulfilled (many with ADHD like her) women find more calm, balance, health, compassion, creativity and clarity in their lives. Interested in finding out more about Kate's new 'ADHD Women's Wellbeing' membership?https://www.subscribepage.com/membership-interest ( Join the waitlist here.) By usinghttps://my.captivate.fm/coachingbykate.me.uk/adhd-eft ( Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/tapping)) in her coaching practice, Kate guides more ADHD women to rediscover their inner voice, 'tap' into their expansive wisdom and potential, fulfil their desires and realise themselves outside of the overwhelm, inner pressure and family dynamic. She is also a mum to four children and will shortly be writing her first book! To download Kate's new, free guides: 'Suspect you have ADHD...What Next?' and 'The ADHD Women's Wellbeing' toolkitshttps://www.coachingbykate.me.uk/quicklinks ( click here.) Or to buy Kate's new workshop - 'Thriving with ADHD Post-Diagnosis'https://www.coachingbykate.me.uk/store/thriving-with-adhd-workshop ( click here) Have a read of Kate's articles in ADDitude magazinehttps://www.additudemag.com/?s=kate+moryoussef ( here) https://www.coachingbykate.me.uk Instagram: @kate_moryoussef Facebook: Coaching by Kate UK Twitter: @KateMory
“Sometimes we think, ‘I'm not sleeping, I'm not exercising, I need to eat healthier, I'm stressed', and then we're just even more overwhelmed. Overwhelm does nothing for us.” Dr. Christopher Mohr (24:07-24:17) Dr. Christopher Mohr, PhD R.D., is one of the world's leading nutrition and mindset experts and he's got a lot to say when it comes to “Minding your Melon”. He's consulted for clients like Under Armour, Reebok, Clif Bar, Gatorade, and was the consulting Sports Nutritionist for the Cincinnati Bengals. He's even spoken at the White House and to the CIA thanks to his incredible expertise! Dr. Mohr is no stranger to mental health. Sure, you can practice all the “wellbeing” steps in the world, but if you aren't handling stress properly, you won't reap the benefits of all your “wellbeing” hard work. One thing Dr. Mohr is concerned about in regards to stress is our children. Not only have they grown up in an era of constantly being connected digitally, they've experienced a large amount of radical changes in a short period of time with the pandemic and virtual schooling, causing a heightened sensitivity. Even as adults, we're always connected to a device and lack the quiet time we need to refresh, relax and reenergize. If you're mentally stressed out, it's going to impact all other areas of your life and can turn into a vicious cycle of burnout. As we know, stress can turn into not being able to sleep well and get the rest you need, eating foods that aren't healthy for you, which turns into weight gain, which can cause self-esteem issues, and then the cycle just continues. “If we're not making sleep a priority (in quality and quantity), that can play a big role in overall stress and mental health struggles.” Dr. Christopher Mohr (11:15-11:26) Whether we like it or not, stress is unavoidable. There's constantly different shoes we have to fill, hats we have to wear, and uncontrollable variables being thrown at us (like a pandemic) that we have to deal with. Now, we're living in an era where it's common to work from home or have a hybrid work situation, on top of always being connected through a device, there's never enough time to shut down, disconnect and decompress from the day. Did you know 60% of people say their stress level is at an all-time high, and many of those people were claiming to be at the level of burnout? This is why boundaries are important, which can be difficult if you're in a field like farming, for example, where your job truly is 24/7. Farmers' boundary issues with work go beyond receiving an email at 11 p.m. and choosing to answer or ignore it. Farmers have to deal with their profit growing in the ground almost all year round, while fighting unforeseen variables Mother Nature throws at them. Plus, there's labor issues, diseases, and so many other things out of a farmer's control. Dr. Mohr likens farmers to first responders – they're both always working and if they don't work, we don't eat! For farmers and anyone else dealing with stress, Dr. Mohr suggests making a list of controllable stressors and uncontrollable stressors. There are always going to be things we deal with that are out of our control, but what is in our control is how we respond to those stressors. When it comes to your health, you do have control over what you put in your body, how and when you move it, and taking baby steps in the right direction. “Worrying about things that we have no control over does nothing more than increase our stress and worry when we can't do anything about it anyway.” Dr. Christopher Mohr (20:33-20:42) It's important to identify the pieces in your life you can control and the things you can't, so you can then decide how to respond to them. Knowing the harmony that's created between taking care of your sleep, diet and exercise habits in conjunction to mental stress, take just one baby step in the right direction with any area you're struggling with. That might mean you commit to eating one piece of fruit a day, or making it a non-negotiable that you're in bed by 9 p.m. (with your phone off!) every night. Also, don't hesitate to talk to someone like a licensed therapist or counselor about your stress. There are plenty of professionals who will understand your unique situation and can help you discover improvements you can make to better your mental health. Boundaries, non-negotiables and understanding what you can and can't control are all great takeaways to “Mind your Melon” and take care of your mental health! For more great tips, advice, coaching and beyond, find Dr. Mohr's website at www.mohrresults.com. How to get involved Join The Produce Moms Group on Facebook and continue the discussion every week! Reach out to us - we'd love to hear more about where you are in life and business! Find out more here. If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!
To make the most of your life, I want to share with you a tool I use in my practice called the Space Time Intention method. Imagine the three words as a triangle, space links to time which links to intention which links to space etc etcThe method takes from Ayurveda and Yoga principles too, which makes it all the more interesting - especially for me because I coined the method before I came across a Chopra article supporting it. Love how these things can happen.Today's show is one from the heart. I'm hearing so many similar challenges that people are facing in their day to day lives, that I hope you can get some insight that will help you to make the most of your life too.Puja's WebsiteConnect on InstagramConnect on Linkedin
Last week, women across the world were furious when a leaked document revealed the US Supreme Court is considering overturning a ruling from 50 years ago that gives women the legal right to have an abortion, putting all American women's reproductive rights at risk. Many have queried how and why the document was leaked, but the bigger questions are why are these judges even considering overturning Roe V. Wade, and what will happen to all the women who need access to abortions for a wide variety of reasons? The Quicky speaks to an international law expert and four women who have had abortions for different reasons, to find out just how dangerous this ruling could be to the health and wellbeing of all women, including in Australia. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at email@example.com CREDITS Host: Claire Murphy With thanks to: Dr Tania Penovic - Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law, Deputy Associate Dean (International) and the research program group leader in gender and sexuality for the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University. Dr Penovic teaches litigation and dispute resolution, torts and a number of areas of international and domestic human rights law, including women's rights, and has provided professional human rights training programs for judges and Australian and international government officials. Toni* - Already had a large family when she found out she was pregnant again Melinda* - Decided to have an abortion on medical grounds Jen* - Didn't want to be tied for life to an abusive partner Annie - Knew she was just too young to be a mother *Names have been changed for privacy. Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Madeline Joannou Subscribe to The Quicky at...https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.