Her Journey Told features the mental fitness journey of women across generations and around the world. Through inspiring and impactful storytelling, we explore the pivotal moments in the lives of real women, the path they chose, and the tools and lessons that made them stronger. Our content is made to support the mental fitness journey of women, direct them to educational resources, and inspire action.
Not a fan of meditation? We get it. Our minds are constantly racing with thoughts about our to-do lists, our pending errands, and our worries - sometimes it feels impossible to turn it off. Until now…
Meet Certified Life Coach and Founder of The Grounded Canary, Beth Shaha. Beth is a fan favorite on Her Journey Told, and she’s back with host Sandy Lutton to talk about what meditation is, and more importantly, what it isn’t.
Learn how to redefine what “meditating” means to you in this brand new episode, powered by Pivotal Moments Media!
0:00 Introductions and overview
0:50 Sandy’s wellness journey and initial thoughts on meditation
2:50 Beth’s take on meditation and redefining meditation
4:37 Journaling and letting go of rules
6:20 Meditation and using the five senses
9:00 Meditation is about what you need
11:35 Sandy’s struggle with being productive and how meditation can help
13:57 What’s important and going with the flow with self-care
15:10 PivitolMomentsMedia and where to find Beth Shaha
How to Envision Your Ideal day
What does your perfect day look like? How does it make you feel? How do you turn your vision into a reality?
We sat down with Life Coach, Beth Shaha, to learn more about “The Ideal Day” Exercise. Practiced by our Her Journey Told Host, Sandy Lutton, we take a deep dive into how we can intentionally become our best selves, turn our dreams into reality, and fill in the gaps with mental fitness.
Follow along with this episode to learn how to do this exercise and put it into practice! Elevate your experience during the “Ideal Day” Exercise by using the tools in our MindCareKit by Pivotal Moments Media. Mental Fitness is delivered right to your door!
Understanding The Mind/Body Connection with Beth Shaha & Jen Hampton
Beth Shaha and Jen Hampton return to the Her Journey Told Podcast to talk about the mind-body connection. In this episode, Beth explains how the body has many more receptors to process information than the mind and the importance of being able to listen to your body. Jen discusses the need for routine in order to be able to pick on the signals the body is sending and to start the healing process from experienced traumas. They share with us their own journey while weaving in key insights to help drive your own mental health journey.
Finding Strength & Courage
In this episode, Stacy Case shares her heart-wrenching journey from being diagnosed and then later un-diagnosed with MS as a result of a dental procedure. She speaks to the overwhelming fear of being told she only had 5 years to live and finding strength from her faith. Stacy encourages the audience to never stop being an advocate for yourself and to never give up. The audience will be inspired by Stacy’s overcomer story and her unwavering faith where she found her strength and will to live.
Making Mental Fitness an Everyday Practice
In this episode, Sandy discusses with her personal mental wellness gurus, Beth Shaha & Jen Hampton, what mental fitness means to them and how they incorporate it into everyday life. Beth introduces the concept of “the power of the pause” and using it to make decisions while Jen talks about the importance of listening to what your body is telling you and tapping into your own intuition. Both bring powerful insights and practices that will help us all to make mental fitness part of our daily routine.
00:23 Sandy opens the show by introducing Beth Shaha and Jen Hampton, her “personal gurus”
2:54 Jen’s definition of mental fitness reminds us all to take a chance on ourselves
6:13 Beth defines mental fitness as making the choice to be intentional about being present for each moment
12:10 Jen goes in depth on the truth of intuition and receiving confirmation through your body
18:00 Beth uses the phrase “the power of the pause” to illustrate the power in taking the time to make decisions
23:50 Sandy asks the guests, what are the small things you do everyday for your mental fitness?
28:59 The group discusses embracing “messy” personal things that are good for you no matter how unpopular they may seem to others
31:10 Beth implores the audience to stay in tune with themselves and surrounded by people who feed your soul
33:26 Being intentional about addressing your needs
35:50 Sandy closes the show, previewing a future discussion on the body/mind connection
Women Helping Women Series with Tina Fox
Serial Entrepreneur, Tina Fox shares her journey from a successful career in Corporate America to taking a leap of faith into entrepreneurship. She shares the pivotal moment that solidified her decision to make that change and how she redefined success for herself in the process.