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Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women

Feb 22, 2022

This show begins with an essay I wrote sharing my history with yoga—a remarkable transformation has occurred after 36 years (mostly) of practicing. Honestly, as I looked back I was kind of amazed at the power this 2000 year old practice has. I also share the link below to my favorite online yogini, Kashi Ananda.

In my...

Feb 15, 2022

I begin this show with a reflection on a begonia plant that taught me something important about resilience. My 2016 essay What a Begonia Taught Me About Going Through Hell is my paean to perseverance. May it give you hope if you’re traveling your own tough road.

My main topic today is about healthy eating and all that...

Feb 8, 2022

(Dedicated to my nephew Jon and my son Luke)

Have you ever wondered why men find self-care so hard to access? And have you ever wished your own man had better self-care routines of his own? That’s the theme of this week’s interview with the awesome Ted Phaeton. But first I couldn’t resist sharing a popular blog I...

Feb 1, 2022

I don’t know about you, but from time to time in my life, I’ve needed a good therapist. Someone to talk to whose listening ear is just for me—and who can tell me what I need to hear. Ideally, we can rely on our spouses, or our families and close friends for such, right?

Perhaps. Often, therapy is a great addition...