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Life is messy, live well anyway. I'll go first! -Formerly Cultivating the Lovely We all live in the middle of our own type of messy but that doesn't mean that we can't live well in the midst of it. In Live Well Anyway, MacKenzie Koppa takes you along as she does just that and shares from her own experiences as well as those of her guests. Listen in for a good dose of reality, information, and humor around the topics of wellness, beauty, style, planning, and life.
 
Need a couple of friends to hang out with? We've got you, boo. Here on "But I Digress", we're talking about all of the latest weekly topics. Let's be real though, we're going to disagree at times aaaand that might get us off on a tangent or two. Or three. But I digress. If you need some hot takes or just someone to laugh along with on your drive to work, we're just what you need. Thanks for being here! - Sarah & Mackenzie
 
This is Catalyze, a podcast produced by the Morehead-Cain Foundation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. With a wink and a nod to the Foundation's two chemist benefactors—John Motley Morehead III and Gordon Cain—“Catalyze” is meant to represent action, movement, and bringing about change. Our conversations with action-oriented alumni and scholars cover Carolina experiences, career evolutions, individual leadership approaches, personal values, and all kinds of stories of trans ...
 
My Wife Is In This Room is a podcast about post-Bachelor life hosted by newlyweds Liz and Ross. Join them as they take a weekly deep dive into all things The Bachelor, recapping the latest episodes and the latest gossip, and peering into the souls of 25 year-old dental hygienists so you don't have to. New episodes drop Wednesdays in 2017.
 
The Revelation Project is both an individual and holistic movement that lifts the barriers from everything that keep women from knowing their inherent wholeness and remembering that we are both human and divine. The Revelation Project Podcast explores alternative narratives to traditional patriarchal influences and investigates vulnerable and courageous topics that reveal the deeper truth. We believe that life is a revelation project and what gets revealed, gets healed.
 
A World Elsewhere is a cultural podcast that will examine lifestyle, moving and working trends that have exploded since the advent of the pandemic, political turmoil, and racial reckonings of 2020/2021. This show will speak to people looking to relocate to a place that is more aligned with their values and quality of life. Throughout we will explore the importance of place - where you live, work, and play. We will showcase services that make these major transitions easier; new work methods a ...
 
Welcome to ‘A Relationship Story,’ a podcast hosted by Saman Hasan. Join Saman and her guests every week as they discuss the different relationships that have meaningfully impacted their lives. On the Podcast you will hear stories about traditional and non-traditional romantic relationships, finding love on reality tv, navigating polyamory, dating during the pandemic, seeking love in the age of the apps, as well as relationships with god, career, and family members. One thing each episode ha ...
 
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Join your host Dr. Matt Driscoll and his guest Meg Giangreco as they discuss: Tell us your story. What or who inspired you to get into the health and wellness space? What are your credentials and who do you work with? What is Serotonin? How is it related to depression? How can we naturally Boost serotonin? Can we have too high levels of serotonin? …
 
This week on Live Well Anyway, MacKenzie Koppa and Katie Duckett are back for a chatty episode about their new fall routines and share some tips on doing fall like a grown woman. MacKenzie’s first tip is to be okay with letting go with autumn decor, clothing or makeup that you just don’t love anymore. They talk about the fall fashions they are look…
 
Who or what is the sacred feminine and why is her wisdom essential at this time in our collective evolution? Liz Childs Kelly is one of my favorite people and while I have not known her long she is someone that feels so familiar- as if I’ve always known her. I fell into an instant kinship with her after she interviewed me on her own podcast Home To…
 
Welcome back to the Live Well Anyway podcast! MacKenzie is kicking off Season 2 of this podcast and her seventh year of podcasting! Today on this first episode of the season, MacKenzie is sharing about the “Live Well Anyway Challenge” and what that is going to be all about. Use hashtag #LWAChallenge and tag @MacKenzieKoppa to share how you are part…
 
We’ve been taught to believe that myths are untrue, and yet, this indicates how atrophied our cultural mythic imagination is. As a result, myth has been relegated to consumer entertainment or dismissed as something irrelevant to us vs. as a potent way to more deeply understand ourselves in reciprocal relationships with others and the world. Ours is…
 
Should I use Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… Yes, if it works for you. No, if it doesn’t. My own experience and my favorite alternatives A reminder: look for the easiest way to teach that also nurtures your relationship with your kids 💗 …
 
What should you do if your developing reader skips words when reading? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… Actually, we all do skip words when reading, but… Sarah shares a simple tip (🐢 🐢🐢) An idea if your child does this too (🎧 + 📚) Books and links mentioned in the show Usborne readers…
 
Should we avoid abridged or adapted versions of classics? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… what abridged or adapted versions of the classics can offer what happened when Sarah’s daughter read an abridged version of Heidi how adapted books can lead to better, richer reading Links ment…
 
Dr. Melka and Dr. Fox discuss whether it’s safe for pregnant women to fast, particularly with regards to Jewish fast days. On fast days, observers do not eat or drink for up to 25 hours, depending on the holiday. Dr. Fox and Dr. Melka explain when it is and isn’t safe for pregnant women to fast and how they advise their Jewish patients.…
 
Dr. Brett Einerson, assistant professor of OB/GYN and maternal-fetal medicine at the University of Utah, joins Dr. Fox to discuss placenta accreta. In this episode, they cover why Dr. Einerson chose to study and specialize in placenta accreta, what defines the condition, and common symptoms and risks.…
 
Join your host Dr. Matt Driscoll and his guest Dr. Joanne Wu as they discuss: Tell us your story. What or who inspired you to get into the health and wellness space? What type of doctor are you? Why is burnout so common in our culture? What does burnout do to us physically and mentally? Have you ever personally experienced burnout? How do we find b…
 
Kristen is a soul mentor, intuitive business & conscious leadership guide, and the founder of Goddess Brand Co. & Goddess Talk Podcast. She helps feminine beings awaken to theirdivine nature so they can experience deep soul alignment and live a life that turns them on - on every level. Her secondary mission is to assist New Earth visionaries, heale…
 
Poetry has always held a special place in my heart. I love Alix, and I’ve noticed that not only does she write gorgeous poems, she is also a beautiful and insightful speaker. Everything she says makes you want to write it down! In this episode, we dive into what it is to be polyamorous and how Alix writes poems in collaboration with her higher self…
 
Today I’m sharing five books you’ll love, plans for RAR this fall (books clubs and writing and events you don’t want to miss!), and answers to your questions about reading a book a day. Wondering if including re-reading is a good idea, or how to stay awake while reading aloud? (You aren’t the only one! 🥱) Tune in to hear: 5 books your kids will ado…
 
Dr. Stephanie Lam returns to the podcast to discuss vaginal infections and vaginitis, which are very common and, she estimates, affect 20-25% of patients. Dr. Lam and Dr. Fox review common types of infections, what symptoms to look out for, treatment options, and when patients need to schedule an appointment with their gynecologist.…
 
In this month’s interview, we chat with James Cary, comedy writer, podcaster and author (Including of The Gospel According to a Sitcom Writer). We chat with James about his reasons for home schooling, the role of education in forming faith, and helping children to see the world through a Christian perspective. To find out more about James and his w…
 
Join your host Dr. Matt Driscoll and his guest Dom Arioli, aka Coach Dom, as they discuss: Tell us your story. What or who inspired you to get into boxing? What or who inspired you to start ROC Boxing? What is the history of the kettlebell? (What was its original use, when was it first used as a training tool?) Why are kettlebells so effective at i…
 
This week on Live Well Anyway, MacKenzie Koppa joins her dear friend Rebekah Sacran to chat about all the things that have been going on in Rebekah’s life since she was on the show last season! They talk about the moldy house saga, Jason’s Lyme disease, and all the challenges Rebekah’s family faced because of all that. They also share the new hope …
 
*There are no accidents. * As we awaken to our true work in the world, synchronicity becomes more frequent and intensely delightful. Synchronicity is how we know that we are exactly where we need to be and that we are “right on time” with the divine. It so happens that this idea of being “on time” is exactly the topic Sophie Strand writes about. He…
 
Dr. Melka joins Dr. Fox on Healthful Woman to explain what women should do when they first find out they’re pregnant. She covers topics like when they should have their first appointment with an obstetrician, what types of appointments they will need to schedule, when to start taking prenatal vitamins or adjusting their diets, and more.…
 
On the Live Well Anyway podcast this week, host MacKenzie Koppa talks about getting your act together around the house this fall. If you’ve had a busy summer, life probably has gotten in the way of organizing and cleaning up. So MacKenzie shares what she is doing to get things back in order and how she thinks through the priorities and strategies n…
 
Dancing with money and bringing play into your work life seem like pretty far-fetched ideas until you realize how powerful it is to start to shift away from the way we’ve always done things and to peer through the lens of the feminine to gain more clarity, insight, and enjoyment in how you market your business. Meet Julie Foucht. When she decided s…
 
In this episode, we’re offering some tips and ideas to help you with the nitty gritty of reading more picture books. The whole RAR team is back, and we’re answering your questions about reading a picture book a day. In this episode, you’ll hear: the best way to create a picture book routine if reading the same books again and again is OK (YUP! 👍) w…
 
Dr. Sara Kostant returns to Healthful Woman to explain what patients can expect in the final 4-6 weeks of their pregnancies. She covers topics like common symptoms, increasingly frequent visits to your obstetrician, and what doctors look out for as labor and delivery grow closer.By Healthful Woman
 
Join your guest Dr. Matt Driscoll and his guest Amy Stringer as they discuss: What or who inspired you to become a beekeeper? Why are bees and pollinators so important? Why is raw honey so nutritious? Tell us more about the elderberry syrup you make with your honey? What other wellness products do you carry? Do you offer any classes or workshops fo…
 
This week on Live Well Anyway, host MacKenzie Koppa chats with podcaster and author Sarah Bragg about her new book A Mother’s Guide to Raising Herself. As veteran podcasters, Sarah and MacKenzie talk about how podcasting has changed and how they both shifted the direction of their platforms. Then they dive into the content of Sarah’s book and all t…
 
To be with D’vorah Grenn is to sit by the fire with the wise woman, and to deeply connect to and reveal the suppressed herstory of the sacred feminine. As a teacher and a scholar, she is a wealth of introspection, warmth and storytelling and I love both her brilliant mind, and her loving and playful heart. D’vorah and I travel to ancient and erotic…
 
On today’s episode of Live Well Anyway, MacKenzie sits down for a chat with Roni Vayre from Plan to Eat to talk all things meal planning. Roni heads up marketing for Plan to Eat and is in charge of content creation. Roni tells the story of how Plan to Eat began with founders Clint and Lisa’s own family needs. MacKenzie and Roni talk about the many …
 
When I experienced my first dark night of the soul in 2008, it would have been so helpful to know that what I was experiencing was a rite of passage and a descent that would assist me in my ascent into greater awareness and consciousness. What I was experiencing was a transition that had me face and heal my inner wounded maiden so that I could cros…
 
We’re all on board with reading picture books to our younger kids, but that has to stop at some point, right? Ohhhhhh no. No, it does not. What do our kids stand to gain… and how on earth can we read picture books with older kids and teens? A lot. Here at RAR, we’re always saying that there is nothing a novel can give your kids that a picture book …
 
This episode of Healthful Woman covers Celiac disease and following a gluten-free diet. Hear from Casey Seiden, a registered dietician, and Nili Fox, Dr. Fox’s daughter who has Celiac disease. They discuss the diagnostic process, common signs and symptoms, and tips for following a gluten-free diet.By Healthful Woman
 
Join your host Dr. Matt Driscoll and his guest Erica Reisinger as they discuss: Tell us your story. What or who inspired you to get into the health and wellness space? What does prioritizing your health mean to you personally? Why is it so challenging to prioritize our health? Where should we start when trying to prioritize our health? What are a f…
 
Today’s episode of Live Well Anyway with MacKenzie Koppa we are chatting all things back to school planning, preparation, and productivity. She shares some favorite tips and tricks for planning for a new school year, as well as some favorite products and routines that have helped her family keep the back to school stress to a minimum. To get in on …
 
I have long believed that the most powerful, useful, and underutilized skill we have at our disposal is the skill of listening. If you want to help heal the world and create peace on earth - learn to listen! Meet Ximena. She’s brilliant, articulate, and passionate about helping others develop this powerful skill. We had such a rich conversation abo…
 
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