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Economists say the way we work has become so stressful it’s now the fifth leading cause of death. Our mission is to find a better way. Explore the art and science of living a full and healthy life with behavioral and social science researchers who can help us better understand what drives our human experiences, and how to change. Better Life Lab is a co-production from New America and Slate.
 
A personal growth podcast for women who want to live well. In each weekly episode you’ll find loads of inspiration, encouragement, and practical ideas to help you change every area of your life for the better. For additional content and resources visit kelseyvankirk.com. Have a question or topic you'd love to see covered on the show? Email us at hello@kelseyvankirk.com!
 
A Better Life is a podcast created for you, the person who wants to be living their best possible life. Rachel Rofe interviews inspiring people who have risen from hard situations and created lives they're very proud of. Learn the practical action steps people take to make their lives better, what they're working on right now (nobody's perfect!), and get weekly inspiration and motivation to live your best life. Rachel also throwns in a lot of lifestyle hacks to make life feel easy, efficient ...
 
Relationships are the core of our lives. This is where we often feel the most pain and the most joy. For many of us, we are wanting better experiences with our partners and that begins with us! Better Wife Better Life is about helping and encouraging women to feel empowered to be in healthy relationships through life changing communication strategies, having a better understanding of our partners and improving assertiveness and boundaries.
 
I will be 70 years old in April 2021. In 1971 at the age of 20, I left Sri Lanka on a scholarship to pursue higher studies in Germany. In 1982, after my PhD, I became a lecturer at the faculty of Mineralogy at the University of Berlin. In 1991, my wife, two children and I migrated to Perth, Australia. From 1992-1995 I was time to time engaged by United Nations and Commonwealth Secretariat as an Advisor on precious minerals and worked in Ghana, West Africa. Since 1976 I have been very intrigu ...
 
Hi, I'm Daniel De Biasi, and I'm fascinated by people who achieved incredible things. In this podcast, I want to share with you stories of people who emigrate and re-start their life in a new country. I invite you to join me as I explore emigrant's stories. We would dive deep into how they did it, what reasons pushed them to leave their life behind, what challenges they faced, and what they managed to accomplish. I left Italy at 27, moved to the opposite side of the world, New Zealand, and t ...
 
So here’s the big question…How can people like us, people who’ve struggled with health or weight loss, people who maybe have some self esteem or self confidence challenges, or people who just want to improve their lives but can’t quite put their finger on where to start or what they need to do next…How do we make changes in a way that improves our situation but doesn’t seem impossible or overwhelming to do so we can start to live better lives?That’s the big question. And on this podcast we’r ...
 
Join this community of achievers, bootstrappers, and originals on our realistic and documented quest to improve our lives and careers. The bulk of advice we get out there is something along the lines of: - "Chase your dreams" - "Follow your passion" - "Quit your job and go all in" - And a lot more advice that simply doesn't apply to most people This is a podcast for those of us looking to find more joy in our daily lives, work for a better company, learn new skills, or get tactical informati ...
 
He is everyone's doctor, providing perspective on more than just health issues CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta is one of America's most trusted and sought-after sources for health and wellness. Fueled by his passion, A Better Life with Dr. Sanjay Gupta is a daily one-minute feature designed to improve lives. Personable and relatable, he's reported on the biggest health issues around the world. He is everyone's doctor, providing perspective on more than just health issues. ...
 
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The planet Jupiter in Vedic astrology has a great significance. It is an auspicious planet that makes the people rich, commanding, wise, spiritual, educated, cultured, liberal and generous. The planet Jupiter is one of the biggest planets in the Solar System. The planet Jupiter is also known as Guru or Brihaspati. This giant planet has got a great …
 
Herve is a scientist who lived in France and took his Ph.D. in Switzerland. Because of his profession and competency in his field, he had acquired opportunities to work in different places. For some, it may sound like an easy decision to grab right away, but for Herve, he had his family to consider. Amazingly, Herve got gifted a wife that had the s…
 
Does your home ever feel more like an overwhelming, chaotic hot mess express, than the restful, peaceful haven you want for yourself and your family? In this episode I'm sharing some super practical things you can do to take action and get intentional about making your home into a place of peace, joy, connection, and refreshment. Show notes for thi…
 
In this episode I interview Sarah Casper about how she approaches teaching kids about consent. We chat about how you talk to a 6 year old versus a 14-15 year old about consent. We define what consent is, the components of comprehensive consent, how to respond to rejection and how to reject requests respectfully and so much more. Contact Details for…
 
Is the pandemic is setting women back a generation? Without reliable childcare and schools, an unprecedented number of working mothers have been forced to reduce their hours. Or have had to leave the workforce entirely. As Elizabeth Gedmark, vice president of A Better Balance said recently: “It’s not a question of whether women are set back in the …
 
Vedic Astrology Vedic Astrology will empower you to take correct decisions and to step forward wisely and positively without worrying about the challenges that we face daily. It will let you know your natural strengths, talents and values gifted to you at birth. Vedic Astrology will show you how to capitalize on those gifts, and how to step forward…
 
We are in crazy times, as I just found out when The Simple Life website was shutdown by the (former) webhosting company, Siteground. In this episode, I dig into all the details of what actually happened and why. But it appears freedom and helping people live a simpler, more self-reliant life is not too popular with the woke left, and the companies …
 
Sylvia began exploring the world outside Brazil when she decided to get her master's degree in psychology in Australia. A whole new adventure welcomed her, and there, she met her also Brazilian husband-to-be. After years of living in Australia, they decided to go back to Brazil because of homesickness. Afterward, Sylvia got married, and they both a…
 
Question: are the habits and practices that make up your daily life bringing you closer to or further away from being the kind of person you want to be, and living the kind of life you want to live? In this episode I'm going to walk you through 5 simple, but powerful daily practices that will completely change the way you experience your everyday l…
 
In this episode I interview Brittany Scott a pre-post pregnancy fitness coach about exercise during pregnancy, we tackle the bouncing back mentality after birth, maternal mental health and how to reach your fitness goals in a more holistic way. Contact Info for Brittany: Website: www.momgetsmoxie.com Instagram: @momgetsmoxie Facebook: Facebook.com/…
 
Mercury is the planet for communication and it symbolizes areas related to commerce, trade, accounts, banking, networking, computers and so on. A strong Mercury signifies success in the above-mentioned areas. Mercury also controls the works related to telephone, telegraphs, e-mails, couriers and other types of posts. Thus, well-placed strong Mercur…
 
SBS Radio Australia / Sinhala Channel - An interview in Sinhalese discussing Vedic Astrology and how it can use in our day-to-day life with Dr. Theja - Vedic Astrologer, who lives in Perth. Interviewed by BY SANJAYA DISANAYAKE in March 2017 drtheja@gmail.com +61 422 050 646 http://www.theja.com.au/By Dr Theja
 
This year life turned completely upside down, forcing every single one of us to learn, grow, and adapt in ways we weren't expecting. There's been lots of hard, but I think we've all learned a lot too. In this episode I'm sharing a few of the lessons I've learned this year navigating life during a pandemic. Show notes for this episode can be found a…
 
Tanya has had the unique experience of moving to different countries as she was growing up. Even as the point in her life where she started building her own family, Tanya continued to move around countries, now, with her kids. From living in Ontario, Canada, with her kids, they moved to Barcelona, Spain as a family. Although moving with kids is a b…
 
There are several kinds of remedies that are efficient in mitigating the planet’s negative effects and using good prospects. Opportunity for the balance of planets and problems throughout contrast to altering the soothing Vedic remedies. They even adjust every now and then to accommodate the faith and values of the people involved. One of the most …
 
Planets with gemstones play an important role in shaping and affecting an individual’s life. Each of the planets has its own role, importance and encompasses varied phases of life on Earth. Our lives are strongly influenced by planetary powers. If our horoscope has good planetary powers, then one should have a smooth and successful life. But if the…
 
Vedic Astrology Vedic Astrology will empower you to take correct decisions and to step forward wisely and positively without worrying about the challenges that we face daily. It will let you know your natural strengths, talents and values gifted to you at birth. Vedic Astrology will show you how to capitalize on those gifts, and how to step forward…
 
Vedic Astrology Vedic Astrology will empower you to take correct decisions and to step forward wisely and positively without worrying about the challenges that we face daily. It will let you know your natural strengths, talents and values gifted to you at birth. Vedic Astrology will show you how to capitalize on those gifts, and how to step forward…
 
Sun in Vedic astrology represents the Soul. It is the representation of your outer self, of how you project yourself to the world and what makes you stand apart from the rest. ... Sun in Vedic astrology terms spends a month in each sign and takes around a year to complete its circle of the whole zodiac and the 12 signs.…
 
The planet Mars plays a vital role in Vedic Astrology as it represents our source of energy. Mars is a fierce red-hot planet and its energy cannot be contained. This energy needs to be released, usually through actions and physical means. Anger is the worst negative energy that Mars can release. Dr.Theja (PhD. Germany) Consultant Astrologer/ Spirit…
 
Venus is an auspicious planet in Vedic astrology. With its effect, one gets physical and marital happiness. Therefore, in astrology, the planet Venus is considered to be a factor of material happiness, marital happiness, indulgence, beauty, art, talent, romance, lust, love, sensual pleasure and related professions etc. It is great to have a powerfu…
 
In this episode I interview Dr. Amanda Seavey, a Clinical Psychologist about the behavioural approach to treating insomnia. We talk about why sleep is so important, what happens when we don’t get enough sleep, how you can develop insomnia and of course what you can do to sleep better. Contact info for Dr. Amanda Seavey Claritypsychologync.com Insta…
 
How do you achieve maximum liberty in your lifetime? That's the question bestselling author, former journalist, and filmmaker Remso W. Martinez wanted to learn, so he's bringing you on the journey to find out with his popular Libertarian podcast On The Run! He discusses topics ranging from financial independence, spiritual discovery to radical life…
 
Whether you're an expat, an immigrant, or just aspiring to be one, you need to understand the importance of resiliency as an individual. In this episode, Jamie, the author of The Role of Resiliency in a Global Lifestyle and the founder of Cultural Mixology, shares with us how individuals go through multiple cycles in their lives as they start livin…
 
In this episode I interview Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed an Osteopathic Doctor about painful sex and we even delve into persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD). We talk about why women should seek help with sexual pain, why sexual pain can happen, medical management of painful sex and so much more. Website Www.pelvicrehabilitation.com Instagram @drtayahmed…
 
Are you sick and tired of the noise and want to go on a world-wide adventure? Has the political climate made you say, you have had enough? Or maybe you are sick of giving your hard-earned money to a government that spends it like a drunken sailor.Today, I talk with Mikkel Thorup, who left it all behind and never looked back when he left his native …
 
Ray is one of those 'Third Culture Kids' who grew up with a diverse family culture. He grew up in Turkey, and he spoke Tagalog, English, and Turkish. Ray's immigration journey officially started when his parents decided to send him to the US to study. It was then when he began to live alone for the first time and got enlightened with the cultural d…
 
In this episode I interview Natalie Merritt-Broderick about creativity. We chat about the benefits of giving yourself time to be creative, how to be creative when your not artistic and how creativity can teach you important lessons on life. We had a lot of fun with this podcast and hope it inspires you to unleash your creative side and have fun. Wh…
 
Are you sick and tired of the political and social bias on today’s social media platforms?Even better yet, have you been banned from one or all of the big social media platforms for expressing your opinion? Did you know there is an alternative? Today I talk with the co-creator of Parler, John Matze. Parler is a competitor to Twitter but has been ca…
 
Ran was born and raised in China, where the educational system is stricter than most of us would expect it to be. Her urge to move to Canada started when she failed to enter her desired university. Instead of going back to Grade 12, which is the Chinese education system's rule, Ran decided to go to Canada and study there. She experienced struggles …
 
In this episode I interview Sara Povey a therapist from California about EMDR which stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. This is a therapeutic technique for treating trauma. We dive into what it is, how it works, what a treatment sessions looks like, what people can expect and other techniques she utilizes to help people get be…
 
Our friends at the podcast Self Evident have been reporting on the rise in xenophobic harassment, discrimination, and violence against Asian Americans during the pandemic. Listen to “Here Comes the Neighborhood,” which dives into the pros and cons of neighborhood watch groups in historic Chinatowns and other Asian immigrant communities across the c…
 
The United States is an outlier among developed nations when it comes to supporting working families. Unlike other advanced economies, we offer no national public paid family leave, no publicly supported universal childcare, no requirements that employers offer flexible work and schedule control. Researchers and advocates have long lamented we don’…
 
We exist in these bio-suits we call bodies, and these vessels come with prebuilt survival mechanisms. Some are physical (e.g. you flinch when something is thrown at you without thinking about it) and others are psychological (e.g. emotions). Emotions are precoded in our genes and have helped our ancestors survive. But in our modern-day and age they…
 
Being wrong is the BEST! I know, I know, as a society we hate to admit we are wrong. This is no surprise given that we are pitted against one another and goated to outdo the competition (i.e. our fellow human beings). But in reality, we are always wrong. And being wrong is the best because it gives us an opportunity to improve ourselves. How can we…
 
In this episode, I am fortunate to talk with Alex Khadempour, a licensed immigration advisor and the Managing Director of CICS Immigration Consulting Inc. His association with the topic of immigrating goes further into his background as an immigrant himself from Iran. When they moved to Canada, his father went to Dubai to seek a better job. After b…
 
We are social animals with a capacity for reason. If virtue is working towards the betterment of humanity, then building relationships with our fellow cosmopolitans becomes a necessity. If we want to lead by example, if we want to share our knowledge with the most number of people and if we are looking to enjoy this journey we’re on called life, we…
 
As an immigrant in New York City, Rosalind Tordesillas has looked to her Tita Margaret Gomez — who came to New York from the Philippines in the ‘70s — as a role model for building a life there. The two New Yorkers remember their own resilience after 9/11, and Margaret offers inspiration for getting through this current moment.…
 
Lori is originally from Canada, but her grandfather was born in the UK. Because of that, she was able to apply for an ancestry visa, which allows you to stay in the UK for five years, and if you meet the requirements, you can stay permanently. Her journey started a few years ago when she traveled around Australia and New Zealand for almost two year…
 
In this episode I interview physical therapist Dr. Juan Michelle Martin about sex and sexuality. We explore sexual problems from the first attempt at intercourse to how things change after a baby and change again in menopause. We explore what is “normal,” how to treat pain and how to spice up your sex life. Dr. Juan Michelle Martin is an Atlanta ba…
 
No matter what you're pursuing in life, the ultimate cost is time. Given that time is the ultimate resource we have and that it is the only resource we cannot replenish, we should take the time to think rationally about how we spend our time. Make a conscious effort to spend your time wisely in the most value-added way possible. --- Send in a voice…
 
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