Episode 75: Hold the Stress: Holiday Recap with Paula Griffin

Stress has become an epidemic. And at the holidays any emotions we are experiencing are magnified, says guest and counselor, Paula Griffin. So naturally, when perfectionism rears its ugly head, we end up stressing out because we haven’t created our perceived perfect holiday. Hindsight is 20/20, and we can learn from reflecting on our holiday expectations. Many of the stories … Read More

Episode 73: Dare to Challenge Conventional Aging with Lisa King

“To challenge aging, an entire world view must be challenged.” (Deepak Chopra) Because nothing holds more power over the body than beliefs of the mind. If you’re teetering on how to decipher what you can and cannot control when it comes to midlife health and fitness, then this talk is going to profoundly affect your current world. This talk appeared … Read More

Episode 72: Bringing Fitness Together with Jon Goodman

What does it mean when someone has been in the fitness industry for 17 years, written 11 books on the business of fitness, and published 1,000 articles from 800 different coaches, and insists on hiring a personal trainer to coach him? It means hiring a trainer is a really good idea. There is always something to be learned. Jon’s mission … Read More

Episode 66: On Being Sexy, Beautiful and Powerful in Midlife with Ellen Albertson

Listen Now: Show Notes: Midlife and menopausal women are powerful, beautiful, and sexy. This discussion will fire you up to own your power in midlife and menopause.  Of course, women over 40 are faced with the classic challenges of menopause. However, we are owning it. We are not ashamed of natural aging like previous generations. This is an opportune time … Read More

Episode 65: Sleep Deprivation is Down right Dangerous with Katie Pitts

Listen Now: Show Notes: When Katie Pitts was a new mom she literally never slept. It got so bad that she looked up adoption agencies because she thought she couldn’t possibly be a good mother. After some intense research, Katie put some strategies together.  As a result, she and her child’s life were literally transformed.  A few years later she … Read More

Episode 63: Eat Deliciously to Delay Dementia with Annie Fenn, MD

Listen Now: Show Notes: Our diet and lifestyle habits in midlife, have a major impact on the probability that we will develop dementia later in life. Today we are talking about how midlife health and fitness, specifically in the kitchen, can impact tiny changes in our brain that later can show up as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is … Read More

Episode 59: Be Tenacious to Change Your Life with Tammy Brasfield

Listen Now: Show Notes: Things do not always go as planned. In fact, most of the time, they do not. But there is no reason to worry when you take on a tenacious attitude. In this episode. Tammy explains why tenacity is her weapon of choice against insecurity, doubt, and fear of failure. Tammy is a fellow cheerleader for women.  … Read More

Episode 53: Feeling Fear and Finding Strength

Listen Now: Show Notes: Our guest today has an inspiring perspective to share that will rock your world. Take every dark thought you have about being a victim and erase it.  Listen as Lorraine shares her journey of living her best life with an aggressive tumor. Sher knows in her heart that this diagnosis is happening for her, not to … Read More

Episode 52: What is Clubhouse and Is it right for You?

Listen Now: Show Notes: Clubhouse is enjoying a honeymoon as the newest social media kid on the block. I asked my favorite social media expert, Loretta Sayers to chat about what Clubhouse is, and who it may be useful for. We got into a great conversation about the benefits and drawbacks of social media and how different generations approach it … Read More

Episode 44: Sh!t Happens & You are not Defined by It with Loretta Sayers

Listen Now: Show Notes: Bad things happen to good people, and not always for any logical reason. In fact, the phrase ‘everything happens for a reason’  was probably created to protect us from horrible truths. Guest Loretta Sayers is very frank about the nasty events that she has endured in her 60 years. Loretta is a critical thinker who is … Read More