Today’s episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast marks the 300th episode of the show. 300 episodes!!! And what a journey it has been.
To celebrate this milestone (and because our theme of late has been “consistency”), I wanted to share with you 10 of the biggest lessons I have learned from producing 300 episodes of the show. These lessons are applicable to any area of your life that you are trying to show up more regularly in.
Thank you, dear listener, for helping me make it this far! Enjoy.Listen Now!
I call the years between 40 and 60 the renovation years.
Because of shifting hormones combined with balancing more responsibilities than ever, we are really presented with an opportunity at this age and stage of life to take stock of our total stress load and make some hard choices in how to better manage that.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I share the advice that I believe women in our age bracket need to hear (far beyond cookie-cutter diet and exercise recommendations).Listen Now!
How do we raise girls to honor the needs of their body, mind, and soul?
How do we raise girls to develop deep self-respect and self-love?
How do we raise girls to build resilience against “diet culture”?
We lead from the front, of course. Regardless of whether or not we have daughters.
What would a girl learn from you about self-care, self-respect or even self-love if she observed you for a day?
That is a powerful thing to consider if you are someone who recognizes that women are more than a body and deserve more than what the diet culture has offered them.
In this episode of the Grace & Grit Podcast, I explore the challenges girls are facing in today’s culture and how we can show them, by example, what it means to direct yourself with Grace & Grit.Listen Now!
Stop waiting for the perfect time,
Stop waiting for permission,
Stop waiting until you “feel” like doing the work…to restore your health.
Commit to 1 small action today and again tomorrow. Massive change IS possible when we commit to small actions repeated consistently over time.
Last week on the podcast (Episode 131) I talked about why the danger of taking on too much change too fast, which I refer to as the “Hail Mary Approach”. This is the approach the diet industry sells you and yet…it doesn’t work for long-term sustainability.
In today’s episode, I give you 10 simple measures you can start applying to your life immediately to improve your health.
And the best part is…
You don’t have to buy anything.
You don’t have to follow a formula.
You don’t have to carve our hours of time in your schedule.
You just need to stop waiting and start doing.
Listen to this episode to discover the 10 simple and seemingly insignificant things you could be doing TODAY that can significantly impact your overall health over time.Listen Now!
Living life in the 21st century is a blessing in so many ways. We have education at our fingertip and more freedom to choose than ever before. And…
Having so many options at our disposal has increased overwhelm, the time, energy and money we spend on this that just aren’t all that important and we are more distracted than ever before. None of which leads us to a more health-FULL life. Many women I have coached through the years are so busy managing their stuff and schedules that they have lost themselves along the way.
Personally, in my own life, I have been on a journey to simplify my life to amplify the things that matter most. It has been no small feat, but every item I decide to purge, every thought I chose to release, every moment I choose to line up my actions with my values… allows me to breathe more easily.
So, once again I have invited my friend Evan Zislis to the show to give us some practical tips for releasing the unnecessary things in our life to make room for the things that will help us create true abundance, health, and freedom in our lives.Listen Now!
The health and wellness industry is the ONLY profession I have ever known, because, quite frankly, I love it that much. I have been inspired and educated by some incredibly remarkable women over my career (many of whom have been featured as guests on this show) and today I have the privilege of hosting someone who I absolutely would call one of my role models, Krista Scott Dixon.
Krista has her PHD in Women’s Studies, has been teaching and coaching for more than 20 years, she has authored several books, she is widely published in academic and popular journals and is currently the director of curriculum for Precision Nutrition.
She is not shy about sharing her own personal struggles with food, body image and the like. She is a self-described formerly un-athletic person who eventually took on things like grappling and Judo along the path to deep health. Krista’s website, www.Stumptuous.com, has inspired thousands of women to forge a better relationship with strength training, food and body image.
This episode is jam packed with juicy insight, powerful tips and a hefty dose of inspiration.Listen Now!