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Hosted by women's travel expert Beth Whitman, the She's Bold podcast celebrates extraordinary women who are living life with courage and inspiring others along the way. Conversations include travel, spirituality, philanthropy, adventure, music, nutrition, fitness and more.
 
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Resonate Radio: Inspiring, Informative and Entertaining. This show delivers the latest news, features the biggest news-makers - and brings you actionable insights and proven strategies in the world of social media. Your Host: Best-selling social media author, CARE Ambassador and Founder/President of Resonate Social Media, Eric Harr (http://ericharr.com)
 
Retirement isn’t just about money. In our show we talk about the other things that will impact you such as: Social and Family Adventure and Travel Volunteer and Philanthropy Spiritual/soul Sex in retirement (I usually have therapists discuss this topic) Helping your parents/sandwich generation issues Baby Boomers are often helping both their children and their parents at the same time. Our goal is to help you have a great retirement, regardless of the amount of money you’ve saved. We want yo ...
 
Tea with a Titan is a weekly 1-hour podcast during which long-time interview-buff Mary-Jo Dionne speaks with those people who have one thing in common. The quest for authentic greatness. Be it entrepreneur, athlete, entertainer, artist, philanthropist, thought-leader, or difference maker, if the target is greatness -- even in the face of hurdles -- Mary-Jo will be having tea with them.
 
Welcome to the Young Voice Podcast! This is where myself & other young voices talk about movies, tv, marketing, philanthropy, society, and working/living/adventuring in today's fast-paced,always changing world!
 
"Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right." How many times have you heard of a "dream job," an extraordinary athletic feat, or even a benevolent vocation that someone has and thought to yourself, "I Could NEVER Do That!" These people don't have superpowers, per se. These normal folks simply have a huge desire to do what it is they're doing and they ultimately have an unwavering faith that they can achieve their goals, no matter how big. Remember, courage isn't the absen ...
 
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Jenna Ryan knows signs of urinary tract infection (UTI). She used to get them all the time. Did you know that signs of urinary tract infection (UTI) include dementia? This was a shock to me when I first found out. I mean, what does one have to do with the other? Jenna Ryan is with […] The post Signs of UTI: Dementia – Ep 111 appeared first on R ...…
 
Today’s guest is Mina Yoo. Mina is the founder of HeroClip. This is a super handy device that combines a caribiner with a hook so you can take your purse, your backpack, your water bottle, pretty much an endless number of things and hang it on a hook, a tree branch, fence post, pretty much an endless number of things in order to keep your hands ...…
 
Today’s conversation is a bit different for several reasons. First, a portion of this episode was initially featured on Beth Baker's podcast, Why We Run. I so enjoyed that conversation that I wanted to include the full-length version here. So in this episode, the tables are turned a bit and Beth Baker is asking ME the questions. But there’s som ...…
 
From the vault… This might be a hard question for some people, but let's face it, what does your retirement life look like? Steve Cousins is one of our listeners. (Hi Steve!) After graduating from college Steve joined an oil company at a refinery in Arkansas where he worked as an engineer, manager and eventually as […] The post What Does Your R ...…
 
Today’s conversation is with Danielle Bogardus. Danielle is a philanthropist and an entrepreneur. She’s the Founder, President and Board Director of Connect-3, which she started in 2014. Connect-3 assesses the educational, waste management and water needs in developing communities and empowers the local people by helping them find solutions to ...…
 
This episode take you back on the 24th of October 2016 where I was a guest on The Podcasters Unplugged. In here we talk about how I got started into podcasting from seeing a need in the market and wanting to help others retire successfully and happily. Dusty Porter is the creator of Podcast Unplugged […] The post Kathe Stops by Podcasters Unplu ...…
 
Today conversation is with Kim Brown Seely. Kim is an award-winning travel writer, a contributing editor for Virtuoso Life magazine and has written for National Geographic Adventure, Travel & Leisure, Town & Country, Outside magazine and many other outlets. She’s also a wife, a mother and, more recently, an empty-nester AND a sailor. And it’s t ...…
 
In this week’s episode, I got featured in Yaya Diamonds' Dream Chasers podcast; This was 2 years ago to date and we talked about the Secrets about Retirement. Yaya has been inspiring and changing people’s lives for over 8 years. She believes that in every state of life, whether it’s the beginning or the end, […] The post Kathe joins the Dream C ...…
 
This is Angie, the Rock Your Retirement producer. Kathe has been featured in other podcasts over the years. This episode takes you back to 2017, where Kathe appeared on the Retire Hoppy Podcast. We hope you enjoy it. And while you're enjoying our podcast, can you do us a quick favor? Click on this link to […] The post Kathe Joins the Retire Hop ...…
 
Today’s conversation is with running coach and fellow podcaster (and fellow name-sharer) Beth Baker. If you’ve ever considered running or exercising or even just trying to figure out other ways to incrementally improve your life (and hopefully you ALL have, that’s why you’re listening), you’re going to really love this conversation. You could s ...…
 
This is the last episode of this 4-part series podcast, and today we will talk about the Unretirement. You won't find this word inside a dictionary, but the question is why should you a retiree who have worked for many years, consider to unretire yourself? In the first episode of this series, we talked about why […] The post Unretire Yourself – ...…
 
Today’s guest is Kellie Phelan. Kellie is the founder of The Works Seattle. The Works offers DIY classes for a variety of things including cooking, canning, sewing, art classes, pumpkin carving, tarot card reading and much, much more. But for Kellie, The Works is much more than just a classroom or a place for learning. It’s a place for connecti ...…
 
As we approach our golden years, it is a great time that we feel that contentment with life. No more worries, no more insecurities, and no more busy schedules in life. What you need to have is that freedom to do all the things you ought to do. The article, The Secret to Aging Well? […] The post Contentment with Life as We Age – Ep. 190 appeared ...…
 
Today’s guest is Nichole Doane. Nichole is a trauma nurse at Harborview Medical Center here in Seattle. Harborview, as many people in my neck of the woods knows, is THE trauma center for the Pacific Northwest. It’s where you want to be taken in the case of a traumatic injury or burn. But I didn’t want to speak to Nichole because of her work as ...…
 
The value of owning a second home can be very rewarding, fun, and tempting. You can buy it in your own city or that vacation spot you are longing for. It can also be a bad idea to purchase a new home. Today's episode talks about Tom Sightings article on Do You Really Want to […] The post What’s the Value of Owning Two Homes? – Ep 189 appeared f ...…
 
Rightsizing or Downsizing? The size of our house is critically important when you are rightsizing. The reason Kathy called it rightsizing rather than downsizing is that she thinks it’s all very individual. What’s right for you might not be right for me. Also, rightsizing isn’t a sacrifice; instead of a downgrade, it’s an upgrade. The […] The po ...…
 
If you listened to the previous episode in this series, you’ll remember that retirement is a new idea. The first episode of the series discussed that. The second episode discussed that so many baby boomers aren’t really planning on retiring until they are physically unable to work. Then, the third episode talks about maybe we […] The post Older ...…
 
This is a special edition of the She's Bold Podcast! I'm celebrating 100 episodes by featuring guests who've answered the question what it means for them to Be Bold! Have a burning question and want to be featured on a future episode? Call 877-280-5170 and leave a message or email me here. ***** Connect with me: PATREON! (join our growing commu ...…
 
Why is it so Difficult to Break Through Retirement? The concept of retirement cannot be achieved in today's world without having the appropriate planning and funds in motion well before you reach retirement age. One of the problems is we’re stuck in a rut. It works for our parents it worked for our grandparents. But […] The post Is the Concept ...…
 
65 is Not the Right Time to RETIRE The reality nowadays is that Baby Boomers have turned its back on the belief that 65 is the right time to retire. As a matter of fact, most of them want to work well into their 70s or their 80s or even yet, they might never retire. […] The post Baby Boomers Might Never Retire – Episode 185 appeared first on Ro ...…
 
Win a copy of Flash Count Diary by subscribing to the She's Bold Podcast newsletter! Today’s guest is author, Darcey Steinke. Darcey has a new book out called Flash Count Diary: Menopause and the Vindication of Natural Life. Fair warning that this is an adult conversation and may not be for everyone. But it’s an important conversation in that m ...…
 
Social Security Then and Now When they brought up Social Security, life expectancy for men was 58 and it was 62 for women. What they did is they made the Social Security retirement age at 65. If social security now was similar in concept to social security then, you wouldn’t even start receiving it til’ […] The post How Retirement was Brought U ...…
 
Today’s guest is Dina Bennett – author, travel junkie and unorthodox, as she says. Dina Bennett landed on my radar years ago when I was sent a copy of her book, Peking to Paris: Life and Love on a Short Drive Around Half the World. This documents her trip as the unlikely navigator in an antique car in a motor rally. That was maybe five or six y ...…
 
This is the last episode of our 4-part series where we talk about the ConsumerReports.org article on, Real Pain Relief, Now! In our first episode, we have talked about How Pain Affects People. The second part talked about the Therapies that Ease Pain while the third episode dwells into the Different Pain Medications. Here on […] The post Altern ...…
 
In this episode, I talk about running the Cascade Super Series Marathon including: * Not making my goal pace * Training for endurance events vs. faster races ***** Support the podcast through Patreon and get access to special audio and written content, be part of a private Facebook group and enjoy other benefits reserved for supporters of the p ...…
 
Medications Do Not Eliminate Pain Completely There are different pain medications out on the market. Pain medications are drugs used to relieve discomfort related to an illness, an injury or surgery and it is a complex process. Kathe and Les are back in this episode to talk about the article, Real Pain Relief, Now! There […] The post Different ...…
 
How Can Sleep Help Your Pain? In this 2nd episode of our 4-part series on pain, Les and I talk about an article on pain relief. Did you know that sleep also helps with dementia? When it comes to easing pain, It will depend on what the pain is. If the pain is caused by […] The post Therapies That Ease Pain – Episode 181 appeared first on Rock Yo ...…
 
Today's subject affects 20% of the US population because 1 of 5 adults experience pain. In our audience, it’s probably more than that because as you get older, it's more likely that you’re going to have pain. For the retirement years, this is also a good subject to talk about. My husband Les Briney is […] The post How Pain Affects People – Epis ...…
 
Today's conversation is with Beth Jusino. As a way to unplug from what she calls 24/7 screentime, Beth Jusino and her husband, Eric, walked 1,000 miles of the Camino over 79 days. Beth was not an athlete, she wasn’t super fit, she wasn’t even a traveler. She just knew she had to find a way to unplug and get away from her devices. And what she f ...…
 
In this last episode of our 4 part series, we talk about the article, Multigenerational Families Provide Benefits for Everyone. In the first episode, we talked about Families Living Under One Roof. The second delves into the Pros of Families Living Together. Also, while multigenerational living has its pros it also has its downside, which […] T ...…
 
It Can Be a Daunting Task People who experience multigenerational homes know that it can sometimes have its downside. But it isn’t all that rare in our close-knit society. Where we often find 3 generations of families living under the same roof. Sometimes, there comes a time that older adults make the decision to give […] The post Downside of M ...…
 
In this episode, I talk about my training plan for the Epic5 Run - 5 ultra marathons (50K), in 5 days on 5 Hawaiian islands. You'll hear about: * The number of miles I'm running * What shoes I'm wearing * The difference between road and trail running * How my body is handling all the miles ***** Support the podcast through Patreon and get acces ...…
 
Functional and Engaging There are about 49 million families living together in the US. And most of them are in their 20s. From sharing chores to expenses and everything in between. This multigenerational lifestyle is proving to be functional and engaging for many Americans. There are many upsides to multigenerational living. These days, it’s ty ...…
 
It was 10 years ago that The Engine 2 Diet Book was released. It was also 10 years ago that my Doctor told me that I had ridiculously high cholesterol and needed to either take a pill or adopt a vegetarian lifestyle. Neither sounded particularly appealing, but after reading The Engine 2 Diet book, I was inspired to give this "healthy eating" th ...…
 
Today's conversation is with Helen Thayer. I don’t think you can listen to this conversation and not be affected, changed or inspired on some level. It’s very likely that you’ll make different decisions today and going forward after you listen to today’s episode. I’ve known of Helen for, gosh, at least 20 years but likely much longer than that. ...…
 
Is It Time to Rethink? The multigenerational American family household or in other terms families living under one roof is staging a comeback. It's driven in part by different aspects such as economic stability and also a cultural side of the matter. The idea that you grow up, go to college, or get a job […] The post Families Living Under One R ...…
 
Vasu Varadhan is a long-time friend of mine. We figured we’ve known each other for about 35 years. And though we haven’t stayed closely connected over those 35 years, we’ve stayed connected enough so that when I’m in NY or she’s in Seattle, we try to get together and have a laugh and a conversation. Vasu and I met when I was in college and she ...…
 
In the first of four, we discussed how the aging brain affects how you think. The second of four in the series brought you Is your Memory Normal. In the 3rd of four, we’re talking about Alzheimer’s disease, and finally, in today's session, we’re going to talk about how to improve your memory. Is it […] The post How to Increase Brain Power – Epi ...…
 
Women's Only Triathlon is back in Austin with the debut of the Mighty Mujer Triathlon taking place June 9th at Lakeway City Park! Austin's Race Director and longtime triathlete, Peri Kowal, discusses the origins and significance of this race series and why a race like this is a springboard to so many life-changing opportunities. For Details and ...…
 
Easter Island (or Rapa Nui) is a tiny, 63 square mile island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It is part of Chile but located over 2,300 miles from Sanitago and is considered one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world. It is also known for Moai, the large stone statues all over the island carved hundreds of years ago. When we left ...…
 
Kelly Herron has basically made lemonade out of lemons. She had a traumatic, life-altering encounter, and made a choice to not let this event get the better of her. When out for a long run on a cold February day in Seattle, Kelly stopped at a public restroom where she was attacked by a registered sex offender who was hiding in a stall. She scre ...…
 
Alzheimer's and how the disease progresses A lot of older people forget someone’s name or misplace things from time to time. This kind of forgetfulness is normal. But, signs of a more serious problem are things such as forgetting how to get home or getting confused in places a person knows well or asking questions […] The post Alzheimer’s: How ...…
 
Chris Mackay and I recorded this with an audience at the Adventure Hub and Winery in Seattle. Not only was this a lot of fun to record live but it gave us a chance to do something a little different, which was to take questions from the audience and answer them on the spot. Chris is a traveler to the core, as you’ll hear in this conversation. I ...…
 
Memory loss may be a normal part of aging, but it may also be caused by dementia or treatable brain conditions. Getting the right diagnosis and care is important. This episode talks about WebMD's article on memory impairment. Forgetfulness is a usual common thing and happens to most people, young or old, including memory champions. […] The post ...…
 
This is another 4 part series of the Rock Your Retirement show. Today’s guest host, Janet Rich Pittman is ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­an expert on memory. So if you want to find a way to slow your brain's aging process, then you're going to love this episode. In the first of these four series, we will be discussing […] The post How Thinking Changes with Agin ...…
 
Katie Arnold is a contributing editor at Outside Magazine where she writes the column called Raising Rippers (which is about bringing up adventurous kids). She’s also written for The New York Times, Men’s Journal, ESPN, Marie Claire, Runner’s World, Elle and Sunset. Katie is also a very accomplished ultrarunner - having won the very difficult L ...…
 
In 2007, Kris and I drove a campvervan twice in Australia for one week at a time and fell in love with that type of travel. We always dreamed of doing a longer trip and decided to make it happen in Patagonia. From February 25 to April 2, 2019, we drove a campvervan from Punta Arenas to Santiago, Chile. We explored southern Argentinian Patagonia ...…
 
This conversation is amongst the most inspirational and touching that I’ve done. It’s a longish one and I really want you to hang on through this whole episode because there are some amazingly life-affirming stories here. This conversation is with Chris Fagan. Chris, along with her husband, Marty, walked 560 miles over 48 days to the South Pole ...…
 
This is part 4 of this series. In the first episode, we talked about Bringing Old Americans Into the Mix. The next episode dwells into Why Older Men Should Lift Weights. Episode three was about 5 things that you need to do in order to make your retirement a good one. And in today's episode, […] The post Rethinking Your Approach to Life – Episod ...…
 
Bonnie Crawford, along with 19 other women, recently went to Tanzania to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. Now there are a number of things that make this group quite unusual – bold you might say. First, the group size was 20. That’s a lot of people all attempting a summit. I know because I’ve managed a group of 10 up Kilimanjaro. Second, this was an all- ...…
 
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