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Right now, a lot of us are asking some pretty deep questions about our careers and how we make our money. Is this the job I really want to be doing? Is there something more "me" out there? Should my job be changing the world? Or can I just get my check and go watch more TV. Host Jessica Murnane also has these questions. And in this new limited series, you'll get to the bottom of them together. She'll be asking all the questions to all the people whose jobs we think we want. So we can figure ...
 
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Sabia and I talk about all the ins and outs of becoming a doula. Including the difference between a doula and midwife, what it means to be a “full spectrum” doula, training vs. self-educating, to certify or not to certify, insurance/liability, the different types of doulas (there are many!), finding your speciality/niche, pricing, knowing when you’…
 
Bari and I talk about all the ins and outs of being a ceramicist. Including going to school vs. being self-trained, building your brand and attracting clients, pricing, trade shows, the difference between fine art, collectible design, and open edition works, knowing when/how to build your team, and how sometimes things are ruined by being monetized…
 
Amber and I talk about all the ins and outs of being on a reality show. Including applying/auditioning, what producers are looking for, taking psychological tests/evaluations, seeing yourself on television, styling yourself (hair, makeup, clothes), the pay, and the non-monetary gains. About Amber: Amber is the founder and creative director of Damas…
 
Ashely P. and I talk about the difference between a librarian and library specialist, getting your Master's in Library and Information Science (MLIS), building a collection and cataloging, the pay, the different roles/jobs at a library, and learning to assert and protect yourself as a librarian. About Ashley: Ashley (also known as The Library Bae) …
 
This week, I’m talking to Kathryn Budig. Kathryn and I talk about the difference between a yoga teacher and an instructor, finding a mentor, completing your teacher training, applying/auditioning to teach at a studio, teaching private clients, making a living as a yoga teacher, honoring the traditions of yoga, and her biggest tip on feeling ready t…
 
This week, I’m talking to Amber Murphy. Amber shares all the ins and outs of becoming a therapist, including getting a masters in social work, the supervised hours needed to practice (and finding a supervisor), the difference between a psychotherapist and psychiatrist, practicing therapy as an empath, building a private practice, the pay, and findi…
 
This week, I’m talking to Joseph Hernandez. Joseph shares all the ins and outs of working in food media. He talks about what makes a good pitch to an editor, how working for exposure is a scam, freelancing vs. salary positions, why fact checking is a great entry into food journalism, finding opportunities locally, and his three biggest tips for sta…
 
This week, I’m talking to Jessica Jones, a nationally-recognized Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. Jessica shares all the ins and outs of becoming a dietitian. We talk about schooling, private practice vs. working in a clinic/hospital, pay, the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian, avoiding burnout, and her biggest …
 
In this episode, I’m talking to Sonya Renee Taylor. Sonya is the founder of The Body is Not An Apology, a digital media and education company promoting radical self-love and body empowerment as the foundational tool for social justice and global transformation. She's the author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Body Is Not An Apology and …
 
In this episode, I’m talking to Anna Wood. Anna is a writer, creator, and author of I’ve Had One Too: A Story of Abortion and Healing. In this episode, Anna and I discuss her choice to use a pen name for her book, her decision to have an abortion, how she processed the grief that followed, and her views on abortion now.…
 
This week Cal Newport is back! Cal is an associate professor of computer science at Georgetown University, where he specializes in the theory of distributed systems, as well as a New York Times bestselling author. He’s the author of seven books, including Digital Minimalism and Deep Work, which have been published in over thirty languages. He’s als…
 
This week I’m talking to Phoebe Lapine. Phoebe is a food and health writer, gluten-free chef, speaker, and the voice behind the award-winning blog Feed Me Phoebe. Phoebe’s debut memoir, The Wellness Project, chronicles her journey with the autoimmune disease Hashimotos Thyroiditis. Her latest book, SIBO Made Simple, helps those newly diagnosed or…
 
This week, I’m talking to Candace Burch. She’s a hormone-health educator and founder of Your Hormone Health. In this episode, Candace and I discuss what hormones are, how to know if your hormones are out of whack, synthetic vs. bioidentical hormones, weight gain, perimenopause, birth control, Hashitmoto’s, and how stress and lifestyle choices can i…
 
This week, I’m talking to Lisa Bryan. Lisa is a recipe developer and the founder of Downshiftology (a digital community of 11M). In this episode, Lisa and I discuss how she started her career over at 40, adding more humanity to your brand, building trust with your audience, and learning to downshift your life. Show Notes:Lisa’s Website + Instagram …
 
This week, we brought back Elizabeth Stanley, PhD. Elizabeth is an associate professor of security studies at Georgetown University and the author of Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From Trauma. She’s the creator of Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)® – and her research has been featur…
 
This week, I’m talking to Margaret Klein Salamon, PhD. Margaret is a clinical psychologist turned climate activist. She’s the founder and executive director of the Climate Mobilization Project and author of Facing the Climate Emergency: How to Transform Yourself with Climate Truth, a radical self-help guide for the climate emergency. In this episod…
 
This week, I’m talking to Lara Parker. Lara is a writer, editor, deputy director at BuzzFeed.com, and the author of Vagina Problems: Endometriosis, Painful Sex, and Other Taboo Topics. In this episode, Lara and I discuss living with multiple chronic conditions, finding pain-management tools, learning to advocate for yourself, decision fatigue, and …
 
This week, I’m talking to Dr. Jaclyn Tolentino. Jaclyn is a Board-Certified Family Physician, an integrative and functional medicine practitioner, and a breast cancer survivor. She has received extensive training through the Institute for Functional Medicine, and additional training in integrative oncology. She is a frequent contributor to publicat…
 
This week, I’m talking to Angela Tucker. Angela is a speaker, educator, film producer, and of the host of The Adoptee Next Door podcast. Her work’s mission is to amplify and center adoptee stories and bring honest narratives about race, class, and identity. In this episode, Angela and I discuss what transracial adoption means, why Angela has felt l…
 
This week, I’m talking to Aishwarya Iyer. She’s the founder + CEO of Brightland, a modern pantry-essentials company. In this episode, Aishwarya and I discuss the unpaid labor of female founders/influencers, performative social media, staying true to your brand values, growing organically vs. paid social, and building a food brand from the ground up…
 
This week, I’m talking to Robyn Conley Downs. Robyn is a speaker, educator, podcaster, and the author of The Feel Good Effect: Reclaim Your Wellness By Creating Small Shifts That Create Big Change. In this episode, Robyn and I discuss why our brains recognize threats before recognizing good, making small mindset shifts for big change, why personali…
 
It’s the season premiere! This week, I’m talking to Meera Lee Patel. Meera is a writer, speaker, author (find her books in the show notes), and a self-taught artist. In this episode, Meera and I discuss why we can’t always fear the unknown, how she approaches anxiety, the unpaid labor of free content, promoting your work with transparency, and how …
 
This week, I’m talking to Dr. Uchenna “UC†Ossai. Dr. UC is a sex-positive pelvic health physical therapist and sexuality educator and counselor. She’s an assistant professor at the University of Texas Dell Medical School and also serves as pelvic health program manager at UT Health Austin. Dr. UC is one of few licensed physical therapists in th…
 
This week, I’m talking to Courtney Maum. Courtney is the author of the novels Costalegre, I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You, and Touch and the handbook Before and After the Book Deal: A Writer’s Guide To Finishing, Publishing, Promoting, and Surviving Your First Book. Courtney’s writing has been published in New York Times, and O, the Op…
 
This week we’re doing something a little different. I’m sharing part of an episode from Food Heaven (The Podcast) with Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez. Here’s a description of the podcast from Jessica and Wendy, “In the past few days, we’ve been hit up by countless publications, podcasts, and influencers asking us to be on their platforms to do a p…
 
This week, I’m talking to Robby Barbaro. Robby is the co-founder of the online diabetes-coaching platform Mastering Diabetes and the author of Mastering Diabetes. Robby and I discuss the different types of diabetes (there might be more than you think), why fruit isn’t the enemy, insulin resistance, and Robby’s number one suggestion for what you c…
 
This week, I’m talking to Laura Wright. Laura is an author, a recipe developer, and the founder of the award-winning blog, The First Mess. Laura and I discuss equity in food blogging/influencer content, her missteps in the past and how she’s fixing them, crediting ingredients, how she’s rethinking and changing the way she creates content and works …
 
This week, Giselle Wasfie is back! If you need a refresher, she’s a former hip hop journalist and current Doctor of Chinese Medicine. She’s also the founder of the aromatherapy and beauty line REMIX by Giselle Wasfie. Giselle and I discuss growing up as an Iraqi American, how things have to fall apart to come back together, hiding and keeping our s…
 
This week I’m talking to Emma Gannon. Emma is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker, novelist, and the host of the Ctrl Alt Delete podcast. Emma and I discuss living a multi-hyphen life (having multiple careers and passions), self-sabotage, reprioritizing your time, chasing someone else’s success, indulgent pajamas, and more. Show Notes: Emma’…
 
This week, Daphne Javitch is back! Daphne is a holistic nutrition and lifestyle coach and the founder of Doing Well. Daphne and I discuss quieting the wellness noise, finding consistency and routine, acknowledging your limitations, leveling up your health (on your own terms), and the power of “yet.” Show Notes: Daphne’s Website + Instagram Knix Per…
 
It’s the season premiere and we’re back for a second round with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (Dr. B) to talk about his new book, Fiber Fueled: The Plant-based Gut Health Program for Losing Weight, Restoring Health, Optimizing Your Microbiome. Dr. B and I discuss why gluten has gotten a bad rap, how to have a healthier relationship with food after eliminatio…
 
The new podcast season begins May 14th, but we’re bringing you a special episode this week with author and grief therapist Claire Bidwell Smith. In this episode, Claire and I discuss processing grief during this time, how not to judge or feel guilt about our grief, supporting others (and ourselves) when we cannot be with loved ones, grieving in fro…
 
This week, I’m talking to Elizabeth Stanley, PhD. Elizabeth is an associate professor of security studies at Georgetown University and the author of Widen The Window: Training Your Brain and Body To Thrive During Stress and Recover From Trauma. She’s the creator of Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)® – and her research has been feature…
 
This week, I’m talking to August Brice. August is the founder of Tech Wellness. She’s an EMF (electric and magnetic field) expert bringing mindfulness and balance to our relationships with technology. She’s passionate about the importance of internet privacy and ways to make our online world more private and secure. In this episode, August and I di…
 
This week, I’m talking to Kelly McGonial, PhD. Kelly is a research psychologist, a lecturer at Stanford University, an award-winning science writer, and a dance/yoga/group-exercise teacher. She is the author of the international bestseller The Willpower Instinct, The Upside of Stress, and Yoga for Pain Relief. Her latest book is The Joy Of Movement…
 
This week, I’m talking to Jacqueline Carly. She’s an Integrative & Functional Nutritionist and Certified Environmental Health Specialist. She’s been working with women in the health, nutrition, and wellness space since 1999. Her strong background in plant nutrition and science sparked her interest in the burgeoning legal cannabis industry and led h…
 
This week, I’m talking to Holley M. Kholi-Murchison. Holley is an entrepreneur, education producer, and the author of Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps For Accurate And Artful Self-Definition. Her work explores the intersections of communication, culture, and education to create opportunities for historically marginalized voices. As the founding pa…
 
This week, I’m talking to Kirsten Karchmer. Kirsten is a health-tech pioneer and women’s health expert. She’s the founder and CEO of Brazen, where she’s leading a women’s health revolution committed to significantly improving the lives and clinical outcomes of women with PMS, menstrual cramps, PCOS, endometriosis, and infertility. Kirsten has h…
 
This week, I’m talking to Sasha Sagan. Sasha has worked as a writer, television producer, filmmaker, and editor. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine and O. the Oprah Magazine, among others. She recently debuted her first book, For Small Creatures Such as We. In this episode, Sasha and I discuss the difference between being atheist/agnostic/s…
 
It’s the Season Premiere! This week, I’m talking to Dr. Will Cole. He’s a leading functional-medicine expert helping people around the world and locally at his practice in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He’s the author of Ketotarian and, more recently, The Inflammation Spectrum and is co-host of The Goop Fellas Podcast on Goop. In this episode, Will a…
 
It’s the Season Finale! This week, I’m talking to Whitney Adams. Whitney is an on-camera host, actor, producer, and (retired) sommelier. In this episode, Whitney and I discuss her struggles with pregnancy loss, understanding the process of a miscarriage, healing and being intimate after loss, living with a chronic condition (hers is endometriosis),…
 
This week, I’m talking to Shaney Jo Darden. Shaney Jo is the founder and chief creative officer of The Keep A Breast Foundation. In this episode, Shaney Jo and I discuss the importance of self-checking your breasts (Shaney Jo walks us through it), how a low-toxin lifestyle plays a role in breast cancer prevention, how to educate the next generation…
 
This week, I’m talking to Erin Claire Jones. Erin Claire is a leadership coach specializing in Human Design. She has been featured in Forbes, Nylon, Well+Good, mindbodygreen, and more. In this episode, Erin Claire and I discuss what Human Design is, how it’s different than astrology, how to read your Human Design chart results, building confidence …
 
This week, I’m talking to Serena Wolf. Serena is a Harvard-educated, Le Cordon Bleu-Paris trained chef, and author of the The Dude Diet cookbooks. Her latest book, The Dude Diet Dinnertime comes out on October 29th. Serena and I discuss how diet culture has shifted, being mindful of the media we consume, why it’s ok to not love your body all the …
 
This week, I’m talking to Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (Dr. B). Dr. B is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine and trained in internal medicine at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and gastroenterology at The University of North Carolina Hospitals. He has also earned a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) from Northwestern Univer…
 
This week, I’m talking to Emily Fletcher, the founder of Ziva Meditation. She’s the leading expert in using meditation for extraordinary performance. Emily’s work has been featured on/in Good Morning America, The Today Show, Vogue and ABC News and has taught more than 20,000 students around the world. Her book, Stress Less, Accomplish More, is out …
 
This week, I’m talking to Kate Fagan. Kate is the author of The Reappearing Act and the No. 1 New York Times bestselling book What Made Maddy Run. She spent seven years as a columnist and feature writer for ESPN and was a regular panelist on ESPN’s Around the Horn and host of Outside the Lines. She’s currently working on her next book and hosts the…
 
This week I’m talking to Kathryn Kellogg. Kathryn is the founder of Going Zero Waste, author of 101 Ways to Go ZeroWaste, and the spokesperson for National Geographic on plastic-free living. In this episode, Kathryn and I discuss what the zero waste movement is all about, her three biggest tips to reduce your waste (and the two biggest myths), how …
 
This week, I’m talking to Ashley Neese. Ashley is a renowned breathwork teacher and the author of How To Breathe: 25 Simple Practices for Calm, Joy, and Resilience. She has studied with some of the world’s leading masters in yoga, meditation, medical intuition, and somatic therapy. In this episode, Ashley and I talk about her recovery from addi…
 
It’s the season premiere! This week, I’m talking to Dr. Carrie Kholi-Murchison (she goes by Kholi). Kholi is an entrepreneur and growth strategist that helps define brands and growing communities. She serves as Executive Director of HOLI. BRANDS, a think tank and education production company working to enhance the quality of life for historically…
 
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