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A couple chicks chat about screwing up, self improvement, spirituality, and even stuff that doesn't start with "S". Join the conversation as we try to fix some chit.

Fix Your Chit Lynda Crotty and Lisa Diers

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 21 Ratings

A couple chicks chat about screwing up, self improvement, spirituality, and even stuff that doesn't start with "S". Join the conversation as we try to fix some chit.

    goodbye

    goodbye

    It's our last episode, but we'll meet again. (Promise.) Thanks for listening, friends! Love, Lynda & Lisa
    Saying Goodbye and Saying it Well (American Psychological Association)
    5 Strange Things We Do When We Want To Avoid Saying Goodbye (Elite Daily)
    To stay in touch with Lisa visit lisadiers.com
    To stay in touch with Lynda visit lyndacrotty.com
     

    • 58 min
    An Announcement

    An Announcement

    Have we told you lately that we love you? We do, and we have something else to tell you too.

    • 16 min
    Energy Vampires

    Energy Vampires

    Someone sucking the life out of you? We bring the guru garlic in this episode on energy vampires.
    How to spot (and deal with) an energy vampire - NBC News
    How to Recognize and Respond to Energy Vampires at Home, Work, and More - Healthline
    Russell Brand Kundalini Exercise - Feel Like LOSING YOUT SH*T? Try THIS First
     

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Integrity

    Integrity

    Learn from your yearn and integrity will follow. Promise. (Plus, Martha Beck says so.)
    Get this book! The Way of Integrity - Martha Beck
    Try this meditation: Are you satisfiable? - Amanda Yates Garcia

    • 42 min
    Alone Time

    Alone Time

    Dude! Get some solitude. It does a body (and mind) good.
    Why Do Introverts Love Being Alone? Here's The Science - Jenn Granneman
    7 Science-Backed Reasons You Should Spend More Time Alone - Amy Morin

    • 38 min
    Vagus, baby, vagus!

    Vagus, baby, vagus!

    You've got some nerve. (Your vagas nerve.) And it's the boss of your bod.
    How to stimulate your vagus nerve for better mental health. By Jordan Fallis - University of Ottowa

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Moo-fasa ,

Thank you!

Thanks for being nice voices to listen to when my internal one is being rude AF. Though you may not be putting out any more episodes, I’ll surely be revisiting the ones y'all worked hard to put out.

Mlo360la ,

Super Insightful + Relatable

I am loving this podcast!! I feel like I am having a conversation with my girlfriends but with more insightful information...lol. A lot of fantastic, relatable topics, and the flow of their conversation is so natural and fluid. Plus, very witty sense of humor. Well done, ladies :)!!

Jacquelineb51x ,

Positive, encouraging, thought-provoking

I started listening to this podcast a few weeks ago when the negativity and stress of daily life was really getting me down. Now I’m listening to them daily to catch up. I feel a little calmer and inspired after listening to them. Even if I haven’t thought the topic was applicable, I quickly realized every episode has something I can use in everyday life. Thank you so much Lisa and Lynda, you are my attitude role models.