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Zero Waste Warbler

Guest: Julia McClellan

Say buh-bye to trash and hello to sustainability. My daughter Caroline Bowman joins me as co-host to talk with her dear friend and cast mate Julia McClellan. She calls herself Zero Waste Warbler and it so suits this beautiful Broadway actress and activist whose passion and intention is living a life of zero waste. She truly lives it and she is here to share her wisdom. We all can start small and begin to build healthier habits, and save the planet while we’re at it!

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How to Love Your Body

Guest: Dani Stoller

A candid discussion about women and body image, food, sexuality, and more. Dani has done the work and is here to serve women and enlighten all of us about living well in the perfectly imperfect bodies in which we were so blessed to be born.

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Spiritual Holiday in a Material World

Guest: Anna Gatmon, PhD

Author Anna Gatmon shares some wisdom for keeping the sacred alive during this commercial season.

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The Stories We Tell: Grief and the Holidays

Guest: Connie Bowman

The holidays can be complicated. While we may enjoy the family time and festivities, for some people grief, stress and loneliness are the norm during the holidays. How the stories we have been told and those that we tell shape us and can help us heal.

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Healthy and Whole for the Holidays and Beyond

Guest: Susan Weis-Bohlen

The author of The Ayurveda Beginner’s Guide, Susan shares her strategies for staying healthy through life’s inevitable changes. She gives important lifestyle tips, explains how eating according to your body composition can eliminate disease, regulate emotions, and even help you lose unwanted pounds.

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