I believe that when we feel generally crappy, we have a choice to make. I choose to take negative, lonely energy and use it to create something beautiful, bold, and juicy. Join me as I tell you more about my story and the stories of other inspiring guests that are on a journey to transform their lives. I am going to be having fun, helping the community, and talking with some incredibly inspiring guests.
This is a short but BIG episode because I'm shifting gears. You might recall on my inaugural episode I said there was no agenda for the show. Well that all changes now. In this episode, I discuss the future of the podcast and my focus on functional health. Listen in as I get into my relationship with traditional Western medicine and the value of a Functional Health Approach.
A Talk With Nicole Hendrick Donovan
Nicole and I talk about her book "A Life Suspended" - her fifth baby. The process of writing it and how she decided to self publish it. We discuss her story of her son's diagnosis of high functioning autism, feelings of isolation, behaviors as a symptom, the concept of sovereign women, being vulnerable, being a mother, and losing focus on our identities.
A Talk With Maria McBride
I talk with Maria McBride, a businesswoman, yoga studio owner, mother, blog writer, and my friend. We talk about her journey to writing, postpartum depression, learning from previous generations, the business of yoga, competition v. collaboration, motherhood, and what our hopes are for 2025. Listen in as we get real about having difficult conversations about race with our loved ones and debunked self-limiting beliefs.
A Talk With Justin Legg
I talk with Justin Legg, a former Navy Seal from New Jersy who has a story involving: Leukemia, a bone marrow transplant, graft v. host disease, rehab to be a SEAL platoon commander, a double lung transplant, three 1/2 marathons, climbing Mount Denali, a graduate degree in International Economics, lung rejection, a heart operation, and never giving up even during insurmountable odds.
Thinking of Our Brain as the Easy Button
I talk about messiness and the difference between being a mess and being in a mess. In this episode, I explain what has me in North Carolina and that my family is in a mess right now. I explain the meaning behind mind trash, and how you can acknowledge your mind trash and kindly move it out of the way. You can be in a mess without being a mess yourself.
Meet Emily Johnson
Meet me, Emily Johnson as I share my story of going from breaking down to breaking through. I believe that when we feel generally crappy, we have a choice to make. We could choose to take negative, lonely energy and use it to create something beautiful, bold, and juicy.
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Never should anyone go thru anything alone, there is always someone who can relate to your situation, find that person and share your experiences with them. Thank You Emily for always being open.