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Jessica Murnane asks the tough questions you're already thinking in this weekly podcast. Each week she brings conversations with some of the biggest names in in food, wellness, business, and design. Hear revealing stories of successes & setbacks, sweet motivational secrets, and a whole lot of actionable advice.

One Part Podcast Jessica Murnane

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Jessica Murnane asks the tough questions you're already thinking in this weekly podcast. Each week she brings conversations with some of the biggest names in in food, wellness, business, and design. Hear revealing stories of successes & setbacks, sweet motivational secrets, and a whole lot of actionable advice.

    Season Finale! Episode 150: Trauma Recovery + The Epigenetics Of Stress + Rewiring The Survival Brain With Elizabeth Stanley, PhD

    Season Finale! Episode 150: Trauma Recovery + The Epigenetics Of Stress + Rewiring The Survival Brain With Elizabeth Stanley, PhD

    This week, I’m talking to Elizabeth Stanley, PhD. Elizabeth is an associate professor of security studies at Georgetown University and the author of Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From Trauma. She’s the creator of Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)® – and her research has been featured on 60 Minutes, ABC Evening News, NPR, and in Time magazine, among others. An award-winning author and U.S. Army veteran with service in Asia and Europe, she holds degrees from Yale, Harvard, and MIT. She’s also a certified practitioner of Somatic Experiencing, a body-based trauma therapy.

    In this episode, Elizabeth and I discuss trauma recovery, the damaging effects of always pushing through, the epigenetics of stress, how stress responses can be contagious, respo, why breath-focused meditation is not always right for unprocessed trauma and stress, memory capsules, and being a trauma magnet. 





    Here’s Elizabeth: 



     



     





    Show Notes:  

    Charleston Wine + Food Event Tickets 





    Elizabeth Stanley’s Website


    Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From Trauma


    Grit: The Power Of Passion + Perseverance 

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    One Part Plant Cookbook


    Know Your Endo


    One Part Podcast Family Community Page



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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 149: EMF Protection and Exposure + Electromagnetic Sensitivity + Online Privacy With August Brice of Tech Wellness

    Episode 149: EMF Protection and Exposure + Electromagnetic Sensitivity + Online Privacy With August Brice of Tech Wellness

    This week, I’m talking to August Brice. August is the founder of Tech Wellness. She’s an EMF (electric and magnetic field) expert bringing mindfulness and balance to our relationships with technology. She’s passionate about the importance of internet privacy and ways to make our online world more private and secure. 

    In this episode, August and I discuss her electromagnetic sensitivity, cell phone radiation exposure, if our phones are really listening to us (and what to do about it), tech neck/face, and tips to lessening our EMF exposure and having more online privacy. 

    Here’s August: 





     





    Show Notes:  





    Tech Wellness Website + Instagram 

    Proton VPN


    Start Page 


    Brave 


    Duck Duck Go 

    Everything EMF Guide with 15 Tips For Managing Wireless Radiation

    The Online Privacy Guide

    Electromagnetic Sensitivity: The Symptoms And How To Stop Wireless Energy From Making You Sick

    Airtube Headphones

    The Handy WiFi Switch

    The Faraday for Privacy and Complete EMF Radiation Block

    The Easy Wireless Energy Meter

    Alarm Clock (EMF FREE!)

    Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards In The Wireless Age

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    One Part Plant Cookbook


    Know Your Endo


    One Part Podcast Family Community Page



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    This episode was also supported by Amazon.

    Click on the Amazon banner in the sidebar anytime you need to make an Amazon purchase. A small percentage of your purchase will support the show (at no extra cost to you). 

    I receive an affiliate commission from some of the links above.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 148: Why Movement Matters With Kelly McGonigal, PhD

    Episode 148: Why Movement Matters With Kelly McGonigal, PhD

    This week, I’m talking to Kelly McGonial, PhD. Kelly is a research psychologist, a lecturer at Stanford University, an award-winning science writer, and a dance/yoga/group-exercise teacher. She is the author of the international bestseller The Willpower Instinct, The Upside of Stress, and Yoga for Pain Relief. Her latest book is The Joy Of Movement. 

    In this episode, Kelly and I discuss how movement can change the stories we tell about ourselves, the joy gap, the importance of movement for our mental health, how listening to music can change what we think we’re capable of, struggling to find a movement routine (and what to do about it), and how movement has changed Kelly’s life.

    Here’s Kelly:





     





    Show Notes:  





    Kelly’s Website + Instagram 


    The Joy Of Movement 


    The Upside Of Stress 


    Yoga For Pain Relief 


    The Willpower Instinct 


    Kelly’s BollyX Favorite Movements 


    We Slay Dance Workout 


    Haus Party Dance Workout 

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    One Part Plant Cookbook


    Know Your Endo


    One Part Podcast Family Community Page



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    This episode was also supported by Amazon.

    Click on the Amazon banner in the sidebar anytime you need to make an Amazon purchase. A small percentage of your purchase will support the show (at no extra cost to you). 

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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Episode 147: Breast Implant Illness with Jacqueline Carly

    Episode 147: Breast Implant Illness with Jacqueline Carly

    This week, I’m talking to Jacqueline Carly. She’s an Integrative & Functional Nutritionist and Certified Environmental Health Specialist. She’s been working with women in the health, nutrition, and wellness space since 1999. Her strong background in plant nutrition and science sparked her interest in the burgeoning legal cannabis industry and led her to create Maria & Jane, a platform for diverse viewpoints and experiences of women in cannabis business. Most recently, Jacqueline launched MARKED Skin Health, a company focused on helping women heal adult acne naturally. 



    In this episode, Jacqueline and I discuss plastic surgery in the wellness space, breast implant illness, her decision to remove her breast implants, how she feels in her new body, and her new work helping people heal adult acne naturally. 

     

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    Show Notes:  





    Marked’s Website + Instagram 


    Jacqueline’s Instagram 


    The Bleeding Edge 


    Breast Implant Illness Group


    Healing Breast Implant Illness 


    FDA on Breast Implant Illness 


    Episode 140: Human Design 101 

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    One Part Plant Cookbook


    Know Your Endo


    One Part Podcast Family Community Page



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    This episode was also supported by Amazon.

    Click on the Amazon banner in the sidebar anytime you need to make an Amazon purchase. A small percentage of your purchase will support the show (at no extra cost to you). 

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 146: The Art Of Self-Definition + How To Confidently Talk About Yourself In Any Situation With Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

    Episode 146: The Art Of Self-Definition + How To Confidently Talk About Yourself In Any Situation With Holley M. Kholi-Murchison

     



    This week, I’m talking to Holley M. Kholi-Murchison. Holley is an entrepreneur, education producer, and the author of Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps For Accurate And Artful Self-Definition. Her work explores the intersections of communication, culture, and education to create opportunities for historically marginalized voices. As the founding partner of HOLI. Brands, she creates learning experiences, content, and products that inspire creatives and entrepreneurs to confidently communicate and share their stories and ideas.

    In this episode, Holley and I discuss how she was able to thrive and succeed during/after a chaotic childhood, the driving force of her career (it’s not fame or money), how to choose love, the difference between passion and purpose, how your job does not define who you are, the art of self-definition, and the one question she never wants you to ask again. 



     

     

    Here’s Holley:







     

    Show Notes:  





    Holley’s  Website + Instagram 


    Holi. Brands 


    Choose Love Collection 


    1-on-Session With Holley


    Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps For Accurate And Artful Self-Definition


    Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps For Accurate And Artful Self-Definition (signed copy) 


    Episode 133: Making Space For Difference and Why Context Matters with Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison 

     

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    One Part Plant Cookbook


    Know Your Endo


    One Part Podcast Family Community Page



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    This episode was also supported by Amazon.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 145: PMS And PMDD + Why Mindset Matters For Our Health With Kirsten Karchmer

    Episode 145: PMS And PMDD + Why Mindset Matters For Our Health With Kirsten Karchmer

     

    This week, I’m talking to Kirsten Karchmer. Kirsten is a health-tech pioneer and women’s health expert. She’s the founder and CEO of Brazen, where she’s leading a women’s health revolution committed to significantly improving the lives and clinical outcomes of women with PMS, menstrual cramps, PCOS, endometriosis, and infertility. Kirsten has helped more than 10,000 women over the last twenty years improve their health, menstrual cycles, and fertility. Her new book, Seeing Red, is out now. 

    In this episode, Kirsten and I discuss how every piece of the menstrual cycle tells us something about our bodies, why it’s important to talk about PMS and PMDD right now (15% of people with PMDD will have one suicide attempt in their lifetime), how to better communicate with our partners, family, and friends about the symptoms we face each month during our periods (and how they can support us), and why mindset and surrendering play such an important role in our health.

     

    Here’s Kirsten





     





    Show Notes:  

    Untethered Soul


    Breaking The Habit Of Being Yourself: How To Lose Your Mind and Create A New One 


    Mindset: The New Psychology of Success 


    10% Happier Podcast on Self-Compassion 

    Kirsten’s  Website + Instagram 


    Seeing Red: The Book Every Woman Needs To Read. Period.


    Brazen 


    The Link Between PMS + Depression 


    PMDD Self-Screening Test 

    Episode 123: The Pill + Post Birth Control Syndrome 


    4-7-8 Breathing 


    Instant Pot Congee Recipe 

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    One Part Plant Cookbook


    Know Your Endo


    One Part Podcast Family Community Page



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    Kirsten’s Congee Recipe

    Before going to bed, place 1 cup organic, brown rice, 8 cups of water, and a handful of dried apricots

    into a crockpot. Cook on low overnight. If you prefer a smoother consistency, puree congee with a hand blender.



    Scoop out your desired amount for the morning, add in an ingredient or two listed below. Save the rest

    of the congee in the fridge and reheat a portion each morning for the rest of the week. Viola!



    Add-Ins: Black Strap Molasses, Granola (without added sugar), Flax Oil,

    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

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Favorite podcast!

This is my absolute favorite podcast! Jessica seems so real and down-to-earth. The people she interviews are inspiring and insightful. I look forward to listening every week!

Karlyh26 ,

Brilliant Podcast

I love listening to the One Part Podcast it's really informative but fun at the same time. The guests are great and varied. It has opened me up to things I maybe wouldn't have thought about before. Jessica is a brilliant host. I binged listened to all the old episodes and was really sad when I'd caught up and couldn't listen every day and I really look forward to her next episode. I would highly recommend it. It's a great listen and has made me think about some things in my life and motivated me to make some positive changes. Thanks Jessica and guests :)

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My first podcast

This podcast got me into listening podcasts! Jessica is so open and easy to listen to. She is balanced in her interviews asking all the right questions, and letting her guests speak. Her show notes are excellent full of all the amazing advice that gets shared in the podcast.

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