The Better Me Podcast delves into how people navigate through life’s challenges and live as the best people they can be. Coach, writer, and educator Heather M. Ross chats with guests about how they’ve gotten past life’s bumps in the road, from potholes to sinkholes. She also shares her own stories of living with a mental illness while striving to pursue her dreams.
Visit Heather's website at http://betterme.ca
EP 25 Gratitude - The Role of Gratitude in Helping Us Feel Better
In this season finale episode, I talk about how thinking about what we’re grateful for and showing acts of kinds to others can make us feel better mentally and physically.
EP 24 Changing Minds and Hearts to Make the World a Better Place (with Heather Fenyes)
In this episode I chat with my good friend Heather Fenyes about her work through various education initiatives to foster critical thinking and civil conversations about the challenging issues the world is facing.
EP 23 Moving Forward When Things Go Sideways (with Shelby Edwards)
For this episode I had the privilege of speaking with retired U.S. Army Major and “expert on things going sideways“, Shelby Edwards. Shelby and I had a wonderful and, frankly fun conversation about how what she learned while in the military, the poetry of Mary Oliver, and dogs have been instrumental in not only helping her get through the difficult times, but also to strive to make the world a better place.
EP 22 My Manifesto
A few years ago I read a blog post from writer Todd Henry (The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, Louder Than Words, and Herding Tigers) in which he talked about his manifesto, a list of the principals that guide him in life. In this episode I explain my own manifesto, which I created after reading that blog post. Tune in to hear me explore the principals behind who I want to be as a person, how I want to show up for those in my life, and how I want to make a difference in the world.
Ep 21 The good, the bad, and the advice for parents (with Sydney)
I was lucky enough to have my favourite guest on again. My daughter Sydney joined me to talk about the importance of establishing good habits, breaking bad ones, and how parents can help their children to work on these.
EP 20 Who You Eat With May Be Just As Important As What You Eat (with Marta Zaraska)
In this episode I chatted with science journalist Marta Zaraska from her home in France about research showing that our connections with each other, including sharing meals, may be just as important in determining our longevity as what we eat and how much we exercise.
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Great podcast and so relevant!
Hey Heather...Amy from the Prosecco N Prose podcast. Listened to your Episode 17 with Jennifer. Thank you for the book recommendations. May do two of the books you shared on your show in the future for our virtual book club podcast. Love your show and plan to come back and listen again.