We’ve all felt that masculine energy of pushing our way forward or climbing the next rung on the ladder. In today’s episode we’ll explore the feminine side with guest, Maren Oslac. She shares how her many years as a partner dancer helped her embrace femininity and learn to be rather than do as a high achiever. If you’re wondering what comes next after a life of hustle…this is it.
When you’re busy and stressed you may find that healthy habits fall by the wayside. But if there’s just ONE thing you can do for yourself…take a walk. It almost sounds too simple! Here’s how you can fit more steps into your life, and the benefits of even moderate to slow movement.
Betrayal is a form of trauma, and we’ve all experienced it in some shape or form. In today’s episode, Dr. Debi Silber shares common symptoms and types of betrayal as well as the stages of healing — and how to get past being stuck in the trauma.
When we’re stressed, our bodies crave salt and carbs. No guilt – it’s science! Instead of trying to willpower ourselves into hiding the treats, the better option is changing the situation, so we’re less stressed to begin with. In today’s episode, I’m sharing how you can start living in alignment and with less stress, and stop reaching for sugar as a coping mechanism.
After 20 years of personal styling work in NYC, Amy Salinger used the disruption of COVID to create a new life that falls squarely outside the norm as an online entrepreneur and solo mom. You’re going to want to reinvent yourself after listening!
Often, the ways that we attempt to relieve stress can actually make our stress worse. (How stressful!) In today’s episode, I’m sharing why these common approaches don’t work and what you can do instead to find real relief.
I’m proud to introduce you to my very own Aunt Claudia – someone who paved the path for women entering male dominated industries. Now retired, she shares her story and sage advice from a 40+ year career spent fighting to be taken seriously, working to prove herself and having her life and health affected along the way.
Last week I shared the concept of “capsule meal planning” and how to go about creating your own. It’s a super efficient way to eat well. This week I’ll tell you exactly what I put in my own capsule meal plan, and why.
Ever heard of a capsule wardrobe? It’s just a few pieces of clothing that mix and match to create outfits easily – and you can approach meal planning the same way. In this episode I’ll help you build your own capsule meal plan so you can prioritize yourself and your health with maximum efficiency.
Julie Fischer was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) after four years of unexplained symptoms and multiple doctor visits with inconclusive tests. Since then, she’s been living life a bit differently to manage (and even reverse) symptoms…and helping clients do the same.
Willpower is the thing I consistently hear women say they need more of. But if you’re focusing on using willpower to restrict certain foods, you’re bound to run yourself in circles of guilt and shame. This episode talks about what to do instead, and how to change the conversation around food and cravings.
Look around any yoga studio or Whole Foods and you’ll see that the health and wellness industry is primarily built for and around white women. Shawne Johnson is changing that – and paving her own path in the health and wellness world.
If you’ve ever uttered the words “I could never do that” or “That’s not me,” you’ve experienced the limiting power of your own self-identity. The picture you have of yourself might just be your greatest obstacle to growth! Get ready to expand your self-image and experience of life.
When it comes to burnout, no amount of bubble baths are going to help while we’re still living in a world that demands so much (too much!) from women – and at a fraction of the paycheck. In this episode Angie Alt shares about taking personal responsibility to create change in the world…not just for ourselves, but at a societal level.
Sometimes our lives shift – divorce, job changes, etc. – and we feel disoriented. In this episode Michelle outlines the 3 key elements to successfully finding your way when there’s no clear path to follow. Guess what? It’s time to embrace the unknown.
Drastic change can sometimes be our best choice. But in this episode, my friend, Marilyn Clark, shares how big change has to happen physically AND mental/emotionally for long term success. Whether you’ve considered weight loss surgery or not, it’s an eye-opening look at what’s required to create real change.
If you’re stressed out with a body full of inflammation, if you’re feeling bloated and puffy, if you have pain and fatigue… let me just say: Your dress size? Probably not your most pressing issue. But it’s related. Here’s how.
In a rut? When it comes to burnout, you can’t change your health or body overnight. One thing you can change, however, is your style. Hear from style expert Erin Mathis on how a few small tweaks to your clothes, hair, or even your eyebrows can make a big difference and give you that boost you need to take on the day.
Is worrying part of your personality? (It could be literally part of your DNA.) There are so many reasons we can get stuck in an overthinking pattern – here’s how to hit pause on worrisome thoughts and retrain your brain.
In a corporate world dominated by men it’s refreshing to hear from C-level executive Rachel Pachivas. Rachel chats about the demands of being in a leadership role, where her drive for success stems from and how she sets boundaries (even with herself.)
Everyone has their own journey and responsibility for themselves. What if we held space for problems, sadness, illness but didn’t become burdened with the need to fix everything? And…maybe that even extends to our own lives.
The concept of failing fast says, “Go do the thing, imperfectly. Fail. Learn and move to the next iteration.” It works brilliantly in business. And it can lead to long term success with your personal resolutions and goals.
Intermittent fasting has been shown to improve many markers of health – mood, energy, brain health, you name it. In this episode Marissa Moon shares how IF gave her freedom from food obsession and drastically improved her ADHD symptoms.
Exercise is healthy – except when it isn’t, as in some cases of chronic stress. So should you ditch the Peloton? Lift weights? Do more yoga? Listen to this episode and find out where your exercise sweet spot is.
It’s normal to eat more during the holidays. If you’re fearful about gaining that holiday weight, here’s a suggestion. Lay off the scale and start paying attention to some much more important health metrics. It’s the difference between obsessing over your body and caring for your body, any time of year.
Welcome to How To Live Ageless, a special mini-series. This episode is about the thing that women are consistently not getting enough of – pure pleasure. And it shows! Tune in and get inspired to prioritize your own enjoyment. For the full ageless living experience, join for FREE at http://ShesGotPower.com/Ageless.
In this episode, you’ll learn how your daytime habits impact your nighttime sleep quality. And how sleep impacts everything else! This is wildly important for (many) women who find it hard to get a full night’s rest. For the full ageless living experience, join for FREE at http://ShesGotPower.com/Ageless.
Welcome to How To Live Ageless, a special mini-series. Today we’re talking about caring for your skin from the inside out. For the full ageless living experience, and free recipe book, join for FREE at http://ShesGotPower.com/Ageless.
Welcome to How To Live Ageless, a special mini-series. In this second episode, we’re talking about food...but definitely not about dieting. Listen and learn how to feed your youthful glow! For the full experience, including recipe book, join for FREE at http://ShesGotPower.com/Ageless.
Welcome to How To Live Ageless, a special mini-series. In this first episode you’ll learn the #1 thing you need to heal from burnout, reverse chronic stress and regain your ageless glow. For the full experience, join for FREE at http://ShesGotPower.com/Ageless.
If your libido is at an all-time low, it *could* be a medical condition. But more likely? It’s a normal response to chronic stress, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with you and you CAN get your groove back.
Fact: Medical students only get a few minutes of nutrition training. If you’ve been to doctors and NOT received the help you were looking for…this is why. Luckily, there ARE practitioners out there who better understand autoimmunity, thyroid issues, and as discussed in this episode…Hashimoto’s disease.
We live in a world where masculine energy is rewarded: Achieving, pushing, doing more. Teresa Lodato is a woman who took on every challenge. But when her health collapsed she learned to embrace more of her feminine energy in order to heal.
You’re far more powerful than you give yourself credit for. In this episode I’ll share exactly why you should consider putting pen to paper and naming your desires so they can start making their way to you.
Have the courage to use your voice, make your own decisions and really check in with yourself – especially when it comes to your health. Take a listen to this episode with my special guest and dear friend, Andrea Beaman.
How’s this for a radical feminist act? Take care of yourself, first. Danielle Meitiv, a scientist, mom and Hashimoto’s warrior, joined me on this first episode of season 4 for a look at her autoimmune healing process and the a-ha moments she’s had along the way.
Gear up to hear MaryBeth’s story of overcoming the work addiction and perfectionism that had been rooted in her since childhood. She described herself as “a walking zombie” constantly striving for success – and shares the steps required to reclaim her life. Take a listen!
Have you ever felt like your over-achieving tendencies combined with work and stress are just “too much?” Renia Carsillo joined me for a fascinating conversation about her journey as a highly driven businesswoman and the tools she’s used to manage her energy to create a sustainable schedule.
Listen and learn about the top 3 supplements I like for helping women who have been chronically stressed out and suffering with the consequences. I’ll help you choose a good product and we’ll talk a little bit about where to get your supplements.
“Lose weight. Stress less. Curb cravings. Lower anxiety. Reduce bloating.” In this episode you’ll be challenged to be brave enough to stop trying to be LESS (even as we focus on our health) and aim to become… MORE.
Ready to increase your power and find that “something more” that you’ve always been looking for? Kelly Sheets joined me for this insight-bomb dropping episode about being a high-achiever, leading yourself first, communicating transparently and rising above “productivity.”
Women often feel hesitant (or downright terrified) of letting their silver strands show. From color options to grow-out techniques, this episode gives back your power to confront society’s expectations – and make choices for your health and happiness.
2020 has been...a lot. And we’ve been resilient! But there’s a price our bodies pay for having to adapt to stress and challenges. In this episode you’ll learn how to build strength and be ready for whatever comes next.
Get ready to hear one of Michelle’s biggest mentors, Dr. Aviva Romm, talking about the physiological changes that take place in our bodies when we’re living happily on our own terms. The good news? You can be single, divorced, married or anywhere in between – and still have an “indie” mindset.
Low thyroid symptoms like weight gain, brain fog and feeling blah are so common among women (even those already on thyroid meds)...they’re almost considered normal. Hear how one woman turned things around...and the testing you might need to do the same.
Instead of seeing stubborn weight as a personal fault or sign of overindulgence, check out this episode to learn about 7 surprising reasons you may be holding onto weight (and what you can do about it.)
Burnout makes everything feel impossible. When those telltale signs of exhaustion, lack of motivation and utter overwhelm take over, your job is to take a step back and reprioritize. In this episode, I am sharing a system I created to lift yourself out of burnout as quickly as possible.
Is there something waking you every night, right around 3am? If it’s an external factor you can easily fix, that’s great news. But if it’s an internal factor...the fix is likely related to a dysregulated stress response.
Bloating happens for a number of reasons – including stress. Meanwhile, women are walking around thinking they need to lose weight. Not only is that a horrific waste of our mental energy…the issue may have nothing to do with fat at all.
When the going gets rough, how do you keep going? Even though we're all struggling to adjust to this new normal – we keep showing up. Hitting deadlines. Getting that laundry done. I'll be exploring how you can control how steady you feel physically and mentally/emotionally with food – and an easy two-day challenge.
All relationships are either feeding you or draining you. In this episode you’ll learn to watch for symptoms of a toxic relationship and learn why perfectionists are more likely to encounter these situations.
Despite challenges, stress and fear – we keep going. Humans are amazingly resilient to stress...unless we get stuck in a stress cycle that never ends, spiraling downward. In this episode, I’ll share a free resource for you to help you complete the stress cycle through one of the most powerful tools we have: movement.
Who has time to be sick? Not you – so it’s time to put down the Purell and start strengthening your immune system. In this episode, you’ll learn how to build yourself up, rather than just relying on hand sanitizer.
Are you stuck in a career that makes you chronically stressed and feeling the Sunday Blues? Before your health unravels, listen to these real life stories about how to make a change and uplevel your life.
My friend Lisa has always been a rockstar – especially since hacking her life to heal from chronic stress. If you’re a woman who is “doing it all,” this is a must-listen episode. Lisa hit rock bottom with some scary health complications that you definitely want to avoid, and shares brilliant advice for upleveling your life.
The symptoms are very real – exhaustion, brain fog, nervousness, trouble sleeping, poor digestion, etc. But are your adrenals actually fatigued? You’ll be surprised to learn how well your body is actually working.
Today on the show we’re talking to my friend, Brodie Welch. She’s a bit of an anomaly when it comes to wellness – and specifically Traditional Chinese Medicine. Don’t think woo-woo or weird – Brodie is nothing short of practical and straight shooting.