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Best Laura Tremaine podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Laura Tremaine podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Laura Tremaine is not the smartest person in the room, but she knows someone who is. Driven by her belief that we all learn, grow, and become better when we surround ourselves with people who are smarter than us, she'll take you along to meet people who are brilliant in their fields. With the casual tone of the best dinner party conversation you've ever had, Smartest Person in the Room offers fascinating, funny, and thought-provoking learning you won't want to miss!
 
The Balanced Life podcast is a place for honest conversations about what it REALLY looks like to find a sense of balance in the midst of busy lives. Each week I interview women who appear to be "doing it all." We get real and practical to reveal what they DO and perhaps more importantly, what they DON'T do, to find their own unique sense of balance. We talk health, wellness, self-care, work/life balance, and everything in between. Tune in to see how others are making it work and gain practic ...
 
Style and Grace is a conversation with friends! Hosts Courtney and Shea will bring light and positivity around everyday life topics, including marriage and spirituality, food and entertainment, fitness and parenting. There will be fun interviews and awards show red carpet snark, too. All of this will be done honestly, with style and grace.
 
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We’re excited to welcome the wonderful Laura Tremaine to the show! Laura is the host of the podcast 10 Things to Tell You and a voice we know our listeners will love. In this conversation, we talk about things that are working for Laura during quarantine/lockdown in Los Angeles, the gifts she’s taking away from this season, and some of the challeng…
 
It's the deeper conversations that bring much of the richness to life. Unfortunately, many of us aren't getting to the deeper layers within ourselves because we're too busy trying to keep up, do all the right things, and get everything done. So we end up becoming more superficial, more anxious, and less content, with very little balance in our live…
 
This episode is for anyone who has felt shamed or judgmental over choices made during the global pandemic. Admit it you’ve either hidden your own activity or judged other people’s choices in the last few months. I’m joined by blogger, podcaster, and author Kristen Howerton (who you may know from her blog Rage Against the Minivan or from her weekly …
 
While many of us are currently staying home and being forced to slow down, it isn’t going to last forever. Learning how to avoid the “go-go-go” in our daily lives is vital to avoid burnout. We’re conditioned to think that more is better, but sometimes it comes at the expense of our health. Today, Robin Long shares how we can prevent reaching this p…
 
This episode is for anyone looking for an anchor to their day. I promise I'm not going to tell you to get up at 5am. I hold the word "morning" pretty loosely in this context, but I do think a time to pause and commit to ritual at some point in your day can bring much needed structure. On this episode, I'm sharing my personal morning routine and giv…
 
This episode is for anyone who is excited for summer reading! I am so excited to welcome Anne Bogel, three-time author, blogger at Modern Mrs. Darcy, podcaster at What Should I Read Next? and someone who reads more books than anyone else I know! Anne recently released her latest book called Don't Overthink It. You can also go to her website to sign…
 
Are you also working from home now? If so, how have you been coping with the change? There are so many people working unexpectedly from home at the moment, so today, we decided to create a fun, bonus episode for you, to talk about what it’s like to work from home in the longer-term. Because staying at home can be awesome, but it’s not without its c…
 
We’re all in the kitchen more these days and eating most of our meals at home, so we are talking about how we’re approaching cooking and eating, and who we look to for inspiration. Plus, a running list of Trader Joe’s favorites, the snacks we’re suddenly keeping on hand, some food memories on our minds including restaurant and comfort meals we’re m…
 
This episode is for you if you are working from home right now and need some tips or mindset shifts to be less distracted and more productive. My guest is Emily P Freeman, The Next Right Thing author and podcaster. Her work-from-home structure of Theme Days is something I adopted months ago and on this episode we talk about her approach to this sch…
 
In this episode, you’ll hear two friends sharing honestly as we began to adjust to this new season under varying stay-at-home orders. Whether you can relate or find different perspectives helpful to hear right now, we hope this episode brings you a little light from our homes to yours. We share what’s bringing us some joy, what’s working right now …
 
Are you coping with working at home and taking care of your kids? And are you finding the time to practice some self-care as well? We all find ourselves in different situations right now. Although there are a lot of similarities with what we’re experiencing, there are a lot of differences too. Some of us have four kids at home, while others don’t h…
 
This episode if for you if you’re staring at that old shoebox full of memorabilia and aren’t sure what to do with it. A friend messaged me to ask if she should keep or toss a stack of old journals. In a weird coincidence, I was in the middle of a project that required I pull out some of my old journals from decades ago. I’m sharing stories of rerea…
 
We often overcomplicate exercise and eating healthy, but finding a balanced routine that benefits and compliments your individual needs doesn’t have to be difficult. In this conversation, April Perry interviews Robin Long on how to create an optimal health routine and integrating habits that honor your season of life. Robin discusses how to build s…
 
This episode is for anyone looking for a little cheer and distraction. It's another Favorite Things episode! My current favorites are definitely influenced by the current coronavirus quarantine, but there's a little something for everyone here: books, beauty products, kitchen items, and the few mindsets that are keeping me sane in self-isolation. T…
 
This episode is for anyone needing a little light distraction. The Tremaines are waving hello from week 3 of self-isolation to stop the spread of coronavirus. This episode ended up being an accidental model for the type of conversations you could be documenting in your life and family right now during this historic time. My husband Jeff and I start…
 
When juggling life, parenthood, and a career, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by daily tasks, media, and self-expectations. In today’s interview with Hitha Palepu, a mother, blogger, entrepreneur, and author, she shares how she finds balance in her daily tasks through establishing productive morning habits, resetting self-expectations, and consuming m…
 
This episode is for you if you're looking for ways to document your life during the everyday (or during a historic moment). As the world fights a global pandemic, we are part of a pivotal moment in history. Whether you're hunkering down at home, in an essential job to keep the economy afloat, or on the front lines in the medical profession, this is…
 
NOTE: We recorded this episode on Saturday, March 7. On this episode we’re sharing our goals for 2020! We also share some helpful tools and resources to help you get started or stay motivated on your own journey. Links mentioned Rachael's Good Eats Nutter Butter Cookies Jeanne Stevens’ Vision Guide Michael Hyatt Full Focus planner Get to Work Book …
 
This episode is for you if you need to understand and better cope with your anxiety. Dr. Becky from Dr. Becky At Home is a clinical psychologist who specializes in helping people cope with anxiety and stress. I found her on Instagram when someone shared one of her posts, and what followed is one of the best and most important conversations I’ve eve…
 
This episode is for you if you have a hard time distinguishing between your anxiety and your intuition. As someone who talks openly online about both my lifelong anxiety and following my intuition, this is a question I get a lot. I don't have all the answers, and don't always get this 100% correct, but on this episode I'm talking through how we can…
 
Being your healthiest, happiest, and strongest self doesn’t have to be complicated. When approaching our goals, we often look at what we want as “too big” before we even break it down into little steps. Truth is, we don’t have to make huge life shifts in order to feel the way we want to. In today’s episode, Robin Long discusses how you can do the t…
 
This episode is for you if you're in the mood for a little light-heartedness. Today I'm taking a walk through the cultural icons of my youth and what it says about who we were drawn to when we were kids. Whether it's actors, fictional characters, musicians or sports stars, the people we wanted to be when we were young say something about our person…
 
This episode is for you if you've ever dreamed of living abroad with your family for a year. I've been dying to share this conversation with my dear friend Julie Stillwell. In 2018, Julie and her husband Tom took their two young daughters to live in Amsterdam for one year. All four had lived in Los Angeles their whole lives, so this was a family ad…
 
This episode is for you if you can never get enough book talk. This Best Books lately episode ran longer than I expected and I didn't have time to tell you about all the awesome books in my MASSIVE To Read pile. I chose 10 of the books waiting on my kindle or on my bedside to share with you, and then listed the rest over on the blog. (You can find …
 
This episode is for you if you love to read (and follow literary controversies). Book episodes are the best episodes! We spend the first half hour talking about the best books we've read lately with Jessica Turner, and we take a brief detour to talk about #Bookstagram and our current reading habits (including a new hobby Jessica picked up and the #…
 
This episode is for you if you struggle with negative self-talk. A lot of have a critical voice in our head telling us all sorts of ugly things that lead to second-guessing and self-doubt. But where did that voice originate? Did it come from a parent? An old coach or similar authority figure from your youth? An ex? On this episode, I'm sharing abou…
 
This episode is for you if you're stuck on a decision. This is simple. This is basic. But next time you're spinning out on making a decision (any decision), ask yourself: What would YOU tell you to do? This little exercise can bring immediate clarity when we're lost in a sea of Pro/Con lists and justifications. On this episode, I'm sharing how this…
 
This episode is for you if you’re interested in creating a mastermind group to grow your business. In this episode, I'm sharing how to start a business mastermind, who should be in it, how to find those people, and ideas on how to structure your group. After I give my thoughts, I'm joined in conversation with the three other members of my mastermin…
 
This episode is for you if you forgot to self reflect about the new decade on New Years Eve. Happy first birthday to 10 Things To Tell You! 🎉 We're celebrating one year of good questions and solid conversations. In the beginning of this episode, I share some of the best episodes of the past year (both statistically and personally) and reflect on ma…
 
This episode is for you if you're using a flimsy bandaid over something that needs stitches. Metaphorically. On this episode I'm sharing three ways in which I have used a bandaid to cover up something that really needed more attention: a medical problem, a relationship strain, and a frustration in the house. Sponsored by SKILLSHARE. Use link www.sk…
 
This episode is for you if you’ve ever second-guessed posting photos of your kids online. Nish Weiseth - a friend I met through mommy blogging years ago - recently posted on Instagram that she was going to take a step back from posting her family online, because her kids are getting older and she started questioning her own motivations. I thought h…
 
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