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S5E4: Taking the Rigidity Out of Routine

Watered Grass

Release Date: 08/23/2020

S6E16 Mornings Don't Have to Suck show art S6E16 Mornings Don't Have to Suck

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Mornings get a bad rap.  They get associated with waking from much needed sleep, rushing, or heading into productivity mode off the bat.  Think about it- when you see a commercial that focuses on mornings, it's two different sides of the spectrum.  In this episode, I'll explain why mornings hold so much potential if we shed some of our preconceptions about how terrible they are.

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S6E15 Showing Up For Ourselves Daily show art S6E15 Showing Up For Ourselves Daily

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Recovering from the past year and stepping boldly into the process of re-entry doesn't happen with a snap. It happens through the choice to show up and care for our mental and physical needs each and every day. What do I mean and how do we do that? Tune in to today's episode to learn more.

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S6E14 How to Support Ourselves Through Re-Entry show art S6E14 How to Support Ourselves Through Re-Entry

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Much like a diver coming back to the surface, it's important for us to monitor our (mental health) vitals as the restrictions start to lift.  What would feel supportive and nurturing as we start to take steps back toward life as we knew it? I'll give you some guiding questions to answer that for yourself in today's episode.

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S6E13: What is a Social Calendar?? show art S6E13: What is a Social Calendar??

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As restrictions lift, the invitations to connect and socialize are going to start coming in. While incredibly exciting, it's important to consider what feels best to say yes to as it becomes safer to spend time with others. In today's episodes, I'll throw out some guiding questions to make the decisions easier, and will also share the 3 types of boundaries that can help us prioritize our physical and mental health.

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S63E12: Preparing for Re-Entry show art S63E12: Preparing for Re-Entry

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Vaccines are rolling out, restrictions are being lifted slowly but surely.  These steps towards normalcy are super exciting! What do we want to do first when we have fewer worries about safety, and how can we do it in a way that still takes care of our physical and mental health? In today's episode, I'll share a way we can answer that question for ourselves.

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S6E11: Like Drinking from a Fire Hose show art S6E11: Like Drinking from a Fire Hose

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TW: Grief, death, loss

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S6E10 Nearly 1 in 3 Women show art S6E10 Nearly 1 in 3 Women

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TW: miscarriage, grief, loss.

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S6E9 Dating in the Time of COVID show art S6E9 Dating in the Time of COVID

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In order for us to meet Abby and Steve, first they had to meet. In today's episode, we'll get to know how a couple came to be despite the hurtles of social distancing. Dating during a pandemic takes a bit of creativity, and we'll learn how it all went down for this pairing.

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S6E8 Music As Medicine show art S6E8 Music As Medicine

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Meet Joan Alyvia of Joan and the Roses, a musician who had big performance plans at the start of 2020 that took a turn when the pandemic led to venue closures. In today's episode, Joan shares how music not only helped her to work through these challenging times, but also helped her to give back and support others during the social justice movements of the summer. Tune into today's episode to learn more

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S6E7 Lessons in Remote Learning show art S6E7 Lessons in Remote Learning

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Distance learning was not a term in public education until March 2020, and then over the course of a weekend it became the norm. In today's episode, hear from teachers at varying grade levels about their experiences being thrust into remote instruction- including how they stayed connected to students and cared for themselves during this shift.

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The word "routine" might bring up words like repetitive, boring, or even specific things we "have" to do.  What if we started to look at it differently? Routines can be the first step to more time freedom and stress relief.  Tune in to hear the ideas submitted on Instagram of what routines make us think of, and I'll give you ways to reframe each to feel fun and freeing.

Have more fun and fulfillment with your routines! There's still time to join Meaningful Mornings and Nourishing Nights.  Registration ends August 30, learn more and claim your spot.