EP32: #coronaRAGE, Coviders, and Coping

This is a special episode about how we’re dealing with the new realities that have come with the coronavirus. Be sure to tune in!

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  • EP32: #coronaRAGE, Coviders, and Coping

    This is a special episode about how we’re dealing with the new realities that have come with the coronavirus. Be sure to tune in!

  • EP31: Connection in the Time of Covid

    This is a special episode about how we’re dealing with the new realities that have come with the coronavirus. We chat about social-distancing, self-isolation, and how our instincts and auto-responses come into play during times of crisis and trauma. Plus, we chat about so much more! Be sure to tune in!

  • EP30: The Cracks are Where the Light Shines Through – SEASON 2 FINALE!

    This is our Season 2 FINALE! 

    We chat about exposing the light under the darkness, Monumental Shifts, and so much more! Be sure to tune in! 

  • EP29: The Beautiful Mess w/ Ariel Britt of Beauty in the Grit Podcast

    Being the light, embracing the darkness, and so much more! Be sure to tune in to this interview with Ariel Britt of the Beauty in the Grit podcast!

  • EP28: What Are You Putting Between Yourself & The Pain?

    Toxicity meters, butt-sniffing small talk, tiaras and so much more! Be sure to tune in!

  • EP27: Hitting Bottom & Getting High w/ Tiffany Jenkins of JugglingTheJenkins.com

    An interview with the super funny Tiffany Jenkins! She's the creator of JugglingTheJenkins.com and author of the book, High Achiever. We talk about so much so be sure to tune in!

  • EP26: How to Be Content (& Other Easy Life Hacks)

    Boob tips, drag-racing, and so much more! Be sure to tune in!

  • EP25: Right-Sized Living w/ John Weisbarth of Tiny House Nation

    How to develop instant -- but not manufactured -- chemistry, the parallels between our all-time high levels of interconnectivity and heightened loneliness, bullshit meters, people-pleasing, rebels with bathtubs, flannel, course-correcting, and dumb laws. Plus, we talk about how “the real goal of the Tiny House Movement is not to get everyone into a ‘Tiny House’ but its power is in how it “encourages more efficient, right-sized living, so you have everything you need and nothing you don’t.” This episode is about the connection (and re-connection) to home and family. We chat about all this and much more in our interview with the charming and warm, John Weisbarth, so be sure to tune in!

  • EP24: The Best Advice is What You Already Know

    Undermining the instinct, validating the gut, the insidiousness of gaslighting, listening to fear (but not letting it drive the bus), and learning how to trust yourself again after making a “mistake”. Plus: karaoke, a bunch of “c” words, fear, intuition, nudges, hooks, and pulls. We talk about all this and more so be sure to tune in!

  • EP23: No Secrets w/ Feather Berkower of ParentingSafeChildren.com

    “Are you willing to feel a little uncomfortable by having these conversations so your child never has to live it?”

    How to connect to your gut instinct, weird vibes and not wanting to offend or get it “wrong” (but what if you’re right?). Saying f*ck politeness (as the My Favorite Murder podcast taught us), celebrating the “no”, realizing that we don’t get the weird feeling in our gut unless something IS “off”, normalizing the conversation around sex assault prevention, and how perpetrators are looking for parents that have a gut feeling and turn the other way because they’re too scared to speak up.

    We talk about all this and much more in our interview with the wise and empowering, Feather Berkower, she shares so many hands-on and practical skills so be sure to tune in! 

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