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The Balanced Life podcast is a place for honest conversations about what it REALLY looks like to find a sense of balance in the midst of busy lives. Each week I interview women who appear to be "doing it all." We get real and practical to reveal what they DO and perhaps more importantly, what they DON'T do, to find their own unique sense of balance. We talk health, wellness, self-care, work/life balance, and everything in between. Tune in to see how others are making it work and gain practical insights on what it means to create a healthy, happy, uniquely balanced life.

The Balanced Life Robin Long

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 336 Ratings

The Balanced Life podcast is a place for honest conversations about what it REALLY looks like to find a sense of balance in the midst of busy lives. Each week I interview women who appear to be "doing it all." We get real and practical to reveal what they DO and perhaps more importantly, what they DON'T do, to find their own unique sense of balance. We talk health, wellness, self-care, work/life balance, and everything in between. Tune in to see how others are making it work and gain practical insights on what it means to create a healthy, happy, uniquely balanced life.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
336 Ratings

336 Ratings

Dmharwood65 ,

Love love love this Podcast

I love this podcast and look forward to each new one! I have learned so much from all of the guest speakers and enjoy all the links in the show notes. I also love being a part of the “Sisterhood”. Robin and her team make you feel like anything is possible and that I am ok just the way I am!

CalifaGringa ,

Grace Over Guilt in a podcast, finally!

I was so excited when I learned Robin long and her team were going to launch this podcast. I have been following her work and enjoying her Pilates mat workouts from home for the last five years after stumbling upon a free online Pilates challenge (she still gives them away almost every quarter!). I became a member of her online community and her focus is the right blend of mindfulness and movement without judgment (plus lots of great modifications for beginners and prenatal people) has kept me engaged for years. But as an avid podcast listener and it was such welcome news to hear she was going to expand her and her her guests’ blog posts into conversations I can enjoy on my commute and share with friends. I also appreciate interviews women from many walks of life, diversity of life stages, and cultural/racial background. I relish learning the experiences of other women while also having the curtain pulled back from the façade that social media and comparison can create. Each podcast focuses on the many ways women and families create balance and freedom in their lives, while also debunking our cultural myths and obsession with post-perfect social media posts. I highly recommend for catching uplifting and inspiring conversations to start, sustain or wrap up your busy day!

Anda1a ,

Positive but extremely mom focused

I’ve been a member of the balanced life for years so was excited for Robin to have a podcast. She’s just as sweet and positive as she is in her workout videos, but after listening to the podcast for a few weeks/months now I think that it may not be for me. I feel like the majority of the podcast is about childcare and babies. Also I think that the show would benefit from a good engineer who can cut the show together, because I feel like this is just the whole conversation that Robin has with people, which is on one hand great but you do hear the same stories from Robin over and over (like that she consciously decided she’s going to say no to things to focus on her family). So if she wants this to be not only for late 30s mothers of multiple small kids, I think that it would be important to make things more accessible for all women, it could focus more on being a woman in general, and also cut out some of the repetitive stories. To take that example about saying no: that’s universal, most women have to learn saying no. It doesn’t have to be about the twins. Otherwise I would change the description to fit the target demographic of end 30/early 40 tired mums. Anyway, I think I’m going to abandon the podcast.

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