Trying to managing a proper work-life balance, saving for your future while paying all your bills, all while keeping strong relationships with friends and family... We know that life can get pretty stressful, and it's easy to forget what's best for your health both physically and mentally. Roswell Park and Project Best Life are here to help with our new podcast: Happy and Healthy. We provide tips from experts and share stories that will inspire you to live your best life, whatever that means to you.
Episode 22: COVID-19 vaccine myth-busting
There's a lot of misinformation out there about the COVID-19 vaccines and it's resulting in young adults lagging behind other populations in getting vaccinated. To help set the record straight, on today's show, We'll talk to experts from Roswell Park to address a few concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines that are common among young adults.
Episode 21: Journaling during difficult times
Danielle Campoamor started keeping a journal to help her get through the NYC lockdowns during the COVID-19 Pandemic. On today's show, she shares the story of her pandemic experience and some advice on how journaling can help you get through difficult times and improve your mental health.
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For more health and wellness tips visit: https://projectbestlife.org/
Episode 20: Coronavirus Help | Getting Back to Work
While there is still widespread concern over the pandemic, after being out of work or working from home for months, many of us are starting to return to work. It's nice getting back into a routine, however, our return to work, will not be normal. On today's show, we have Dr. Jennifer Hydeman, a Medical Psychology, to offer tips on how we can hit the ground running when going back to work.
Episode 19: Coronavirus Help | What to Do With Kids
Many parents, whose kids would typically be at school during the day, are trying to manage life from home as well as making sure their children are staying occupied and getting the education they need. On today's show, we have Luke Weaver, a K through 6 STEAM coach, with 18 years of experience working with young students. Luke will share some advice on how you can use this time to build a bond with your kids and keep them engaged and learning. Check out Luke's website: http://bit.ly/AvonSTEAM and Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/BravesSteam/ Contact Luke for more projects and advice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode 18: Coronavirus Help | Managing Your Money
The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful. Of course, the top priority for everyone right now is trying to stay healthy and limit the spread of the virus. As a result, many businesses had to shut down, causing a record number of people being furloughed or let go from their jobs. On today's show, we have Austin Blujus of the Establishment and Mass Mutual, to help us understand how we should be thinking about our money during this crisis.
Episode 17: Coronavirus Help | Why Social Distancing Matters
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Most of us have been told to stay inside of our homes and away from any large crowds or social gatherings for almost a month now. But the weather is getting nicer, and you might start having the urge to say: enough is enough, and rush out of the house and see your family and friends. On today's show, we have Dr. Katherine Mullin, the Director of Infection Control and Prevention, at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center to talk about social distancing, and the impact you can have by staying home.
I thought the sleep episode had some helpful tips (e.g. get sunlight exposure in the morning). I like how the podcast focuses on all aspects of health - exercise, nutrition, sleep, mental health, etc, that way viewers are less likely to underinvest in any one area of their health.
A must listen podcast series
No matter where you are in life, this podcast series has something for everyone. With a great host and captivating guests, I can't get enough.
Good host, topics & interviews