22 episodes

In each I Remember with Eileen Fein episode, I take listeners on a journey of moments of connection that are unique to each of us but are experienced by all of us, and have changed the course of our lives.

All designed to give you a feel good feeling & help you be mindful of your own moments of connections.

Wanna be a guest? Visit my website or DM me on Instagram or my Breathe with Eileen Fein Facebook page to nominate yourself or someone you know who has a moving story of connection to be on the podcast!

I Remember with Eileen Fein I Remember with Eileen Fein

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 9 Ratings

In each I Remember with Eileen Fein episode, I take listeners on a journey of moments of connection that are unique to each of us but are experienced by all of us, and have changed the course of our lives.

All designed to give you a feel good feeling & help you be mindful of your own moments of connections.

Wanna be a guest? Visit my website or DM me on Instagram or my Breathe with Eileen Fein Facebook page to nominate yourself or someone you know who has a moving story of connection to be on the podcast!

    When Girls Rule the World, We Toot - I Remember with Arwen Evans and Ashley Wheelock

    When Girls Rule the World, We Toot - I Remember with Arwen Evans and Ashley Wheelock

    I this I Remember interview, I'm speaking with the talented, lovely sister team of Arwen Evans and Ashley Wheelock, authors of the amazing children's book, We Toot.  As I’m sure you’ve noticed, children’s books targeted to girls – all pinks, princesses and ponies – haven’t kept pace with the women’s movement or evolving gender expectations. That’s why these women wrote We Toot, a feminist fable about farting.  Yep, We Toot is a fart-joke laden whodunit with a powerful message of body positivity, self-acceptance and female friendship. 

    The short picture book features a diverse cast of quirky girls, inspired by our five girls and their friends.   As you will hear in today's interview, Ashley's and Arwen's moments of connection, individually and as sisters, led them to a place where the creation of this book answered a purpose they held in the hearts - to help all little girls grow up proud of their amazing bodies and all that they can do.   

    Kirkus reviewed We Toot and said, "Sure to provoke giggles, this delightful tale also helps girls to revel in their bodies."

    Check out We Toot's fun video trailer to get a feel for this book and its story, and then get the little girl in your life a copy at Amazon. 10% of all profits go to Girls, Inc.

    Pass the We Toot message along by posting a picture of your little girl holding We Toot or even better post her giving a video review on your IG and FB accounts so she can share what she thinks about tooting! Tag it with @wheelock.ashley @arwenhanna @sandiesonke @houseoftomorrowbooks and let's change the world one toot at a time.


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    • 21 min
    21. Writing Your Next Chapter with Doug McIntyre

    21. Writing Your Next Chapter with Doug McIntyre

    In this episode I talk with Doug McIntyre, noted opinion columnist with the Southern California News Group, about writing the next chapter of his life. Listen to the questions Doug has asked himself, and lessons he has learned from that are driving the narrative of this chapter. Then consider how you want to write the next chapter of your life.   Doug's writing appears every Sunday in the Los Angeles Daily News, Orange County Register, Long Beach Press Telegram and many other newspapers. Visit Doug's website to learn more about him. 



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    • 15 min
    20. The Space Shuttle Challenger

    20. The Space Shuttle Challenger

     In this episode I am talking about the Space Shuttle Challenger, and the moments of connection it has had with her over the course of more than three decades.  On that 1986 mission, NASA wanted to find an "ordinary person," a gifted teacher who could communicate with students while in orbit. Christa McAuliffe, a social studies teach from Lanham, Maryland was selected from more than 11,000 applicants. She would be the first teacher in space.  Because of this, I and millions of other kids watched this event unfold live. It was exciting to be together, all focused on the same thing, all feeling the same thing - joy. The joy of reaching for the stars.  Yet, as President Reagan said at the crew's memorial, sometimes when we reach for the stars, we fall short. But we must pick ourselves up again and press on despite the pain. Decades later, I can now appreciate these words and find peace in them. That our lives are a journey towards fulfillment, and on that journey there will be moments of suffering and love, of pain and joy, and of grief and peace. It is how we connect with each other during these moments that matters most on our journey. Because connection is our life’s purpose.   



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    • 6 min
    19. You are Stronger Than You Think

    19. You are Stronger Than You Think

    In this episode, I'm talking with Steph Dreyer a purpose-guided, perseverance-backed, positivity advocate, mom and wife.  Diagnosed with a rare disease called Lymphangioleiomyomatosis, Steph has learned the how to use purpose, positivity, and perseverance to stay healthier than expected, enjoy life, and help others.  Through her story you will learn that you are stronger than you think - thanks to the gift of connection.  You can listen to a speech she gave to the NIH about LAM! here: https://youtu.be/XiPWzpw6OiQ  Talk about being strong! You can learn more about LAM and the LAM Foundation here: https://www.thelamfoundation.org/

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    • 15 min
    18. The Snow Globe of Childhood

    18. The Snow Globe of Childhood

    In this episode I'm talking about what I think we all have - a  snow globe of childhood. What am I talking about? It's that tiny slice in time in your childhood that will always be perfect no matter what else comes along in your life.   It holds people, a place, maybe objects, scents and experiences that made you feel seen, special and safe, and leaves out all the bad stuff.   It's the globe that you can shake and have play perfectly the same in your mind every time.  When the snow falls in your globe you feel that same feeling of being seen, special and safe. I think we all have one and need one, and I believe our breath can help us expand our globe to include more moments of love, joy and peace that we may have forgotten along the way.    



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    • 13 min
    17. Making Time for the Gift of Connection with Katie Swatland

    17. Making Time for the Gift of Connection with Katie Swatland

    In this episode I'm speaking with artist Katie Swatland about the importance of making time to create stillness and connect to the creativity that lives within.  After years of crafting her art, Katie found herself far from the initial spark that inspired her to set out on the journey to learn to paint in the first place. She was disconnected from her own internal compass, and wished to reconnect with the sacred space within and finally bring together a collection of paintings that had been living in her imagination. Katie knew that if she were able to create from a sacred space, something drastic had to be done. So she began a journey inward. She turned her phone off, put up an automatic ‘out of office’ reply on her email, withdrew from social media, friends, family and colleagues, and focused solely on her art and allowed  herself time to explore without distraction or outside influence.  Think Eat, Pray, Love at home! Today, Katie has re-opened her studio doors, and is sharing her complete collection,  ‘Alchemy Visions.’  



    As she brings the final three paintings into being, the reasons why she felt so passionate to dedicate herself to the creation of this collection will be revealed. Her hope is that they may offer a contribution, even in the smallest way, that will prove helpful to others. Katie believes, and I agree, they we are all in this journey of life together. Her hope is that her work will contribute in a way to benefit the greater whole.   You can follow Katie, and be inspired, on her Instagram account and Facebook, and watch her work in progress on YouTube. 



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    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

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aod1215 ,

Finding time for me

I have known Eileen my entire life and am so excited to hear her thoughts and memories of life. Her ability to connect with her listeners is truly inspirational. I am so proud of the work she is doing and so excited to have her sharing her ideas and tips with not only me but the world!

Rose0322 in LA ,

A wonderful reprieve

A selfish escape to reflect on my life-affirming memories which bring joy, smiles and peace ... all through hearing others share their memories. Enjoy!

Marcjay3503 ,

A calm that we need more than ever

I love Eileen’s podcasts. She reminds us to relax and take a step back, to slow down and enjoy the big moments as well as the magic in the little everyday ones. She’s insightful, funny and sincere. There is so much anger and chaos at the moment that we need centered people like Eileen to remind us that the world is full of happiness, kindness and magic

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