Why I Podfaded
It has been well over a year since I published the last episode. There were many reasons and I am touching on them in this short solo episode.
One of them was that I suffered – if that is the right word – from environmental depression.
Just didn’t feel that I had to add a lot to the conversation.
And, I needed a break.
So many changes in my personal life – I will tell you later about them.
But we are back with a new episode – Episode 159.
Where are we Going with this Podcast Journey?
That is an excellent question and I am hoping that I will hear from you.
Tell me what topics are of interest to you?
Do you have a person in mind that I should interview?
It does not have to be a famous person – actually, I love to feature people that do great things and don’t necessarily have the spotlight on them.
Are you interested to be a guest on the podcast?
Let me know. Either in the comments or catch me on social media.
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Here is one of our last podcasts
Baby Led Weaning
Emily Gerde jumps into a quick podcast to share her insights on Baby Led Weaning. In a nutshell, baby led weaning is when you start your child on real foods first and you skip the purees. Continue reading →
Diana MacDonald is Introducing Herself
I have been a professional photographer since 1993, and have been shooting stock photography since 1996 when I moved to Florida and landed a job as an in-house stock photographer for SuperStock, a stock agency in Jacksonville. In 1998 I left the agency and branched out on my own, shooting what is known as macro stock for a company called Eyewire, which had previously been owned by Adobe, and was bought out by Getty Images. I shot exclusively for Getty for many years, but with the advent of microstock agencies, the business changed drastically, so I now shoot for 5 micro agencies as well as for Getty and for Alamy (a UK based macro stock agency.) Continue reading →
Our podcast guest Brodie Welch is saying without a doubt in her mind that self-care is a radical act!
Why should we believe her?
Because Brodie knows her stuff! She has studied and worked in the health field for over 20 years and has helped countless people to take that step towards better health. Continue reading →
Turning Adversity into Success
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If anybody has the right to say that she turned adversities into success, it is Amy Oestreicher. She grew up in a loving, well-established family and dedicated her high school years to the performing arts. Sounds like a carefree youth. But, as it turns out, her performing arts teacher and coach was sexually abusing her.
Continue reading →
From a High Paying Position to High Life Satisfaction
David Perrodin, PhD, left a high paying, high-status position without a plan. That was quite a life change! And we are honored that David chose us and our podcast to talk about how that decision affected his life.
Many of us say that we want to change something. We dream of the move to the country – or the city as that may be. Or start our own business, travel the world or whatever strikes your fancy. But most of us do nothing about it. We want a life change but we stay in a situation which might even make us sick.
David was the Director of Student Services. The money was good, but the job never ended. The next emergency was just a phone call away. Many a time, he wanted to enjoy time with his family, only to be stuck on the phone to handle yet another emergency. Continue reading →
The First Contest Our very first contest is made possible by one of our guests – Marissa Vicario. Jenise and Marissa discussed their paths to better health and found that both had made many changes…