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Best Suzanne Falter podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Suzanne Falter podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. Imagine your perfect day. What if that perfect day was every day? You're probably doing a lot―taking care of your family, killing it at your job, volunteering, organizing, scheduling, delegating. At the end of all of that, do you have any time or energy left to take care of the most important person: you? Self-care movement leader Suzanne Falter asks the questions your heart and soul long to hear. She takes you into a soothing, inspiring half hour of insi ...
 
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Suzanne Falter is the author of The Extremely Busy Woman's Guide to Self-Care, a how-to tale that helps women slow down and tune in. During this emotional conversation, Suzanne and I chatted about the first steps to self care, the painful loss of her daughter, and the journal she discovered that inspired her to start writing this book and living he…
 
As the Covid-19 coronavirus spreads in Italy, Iran and elsewhere, we talk to health editor Paul Cullen about what we have learned about the disease so far. And we return to Peter Goff in China, to find out how life there has been affected by the implementation of strict measures designed to counter the spread of the disease. Plus: Over the last cou…
 
One of my best self-care practices has been to make occasional trips to Paris. I’ve been many times over the years because this place is some kind of power center for me. I’m changed by every visit in positive ways. What delights me is the incredible inspiration I get—of not knowing what delight you’ll find around every corner. So I begin this show…
 
Dolly Alderton is the author of The Sunday Times best-selling memoir Everything I Know About Love. This coming-of age-story told in very short chapters chronicles Dolly’s 20s and the various dysfunctions and disasters that manifest through her love life. I really enjoyed chatting with Dolly about growing up in the UK but longing for American cultur…
 
Sara Shepard is the #1 New York Times best-selling author of Pretty Little Liars, The Lying Game, The Perfectionists, The Elizas and The Heiresses. Her latest book, Reputation centers on a very prestigious university, an Internet security hack and what happens when everyone's secrets are on display for all to read. Sara and I chatted about why she …
 
Sarah Hurwitz is the former head speechwriter for First Lady Michelle Obama and senior speechwriter for President Barack Obama. She was also the chief speechwriter for Hillary Clinton on her 2008 presidential campaign. Sarah’s book, Here All Along: Finding Meaning, Spirituality, and a Deeper Connection to Life--in Judaism (After Finally Choosing to…
 
New York Times best-selling author Andrea Buchanan is the author of ten books including The Daring Book for Girls and Mother Shock. In her latest memoir, The Beginning of Everything: The Year I Lost My Mind and Found Myself, Andi recounts her year of experiencing a profound health crisis and the struggle to find her way back to her former self. And…
 
Lee Matalone is the author of debut novel Home Making, a story of three characters united in a quest to find a sense of identity, home, and belonging. I really enjoyed chatting with Lee about her personal connection to the source material, the path from shorter pieces to a novel, and Lee’s idea that our homes say so much about who we are and what w…
 
Shonda Moralis is the author of Breathe, Mama, Breathe: 5-Minute Mindfulness for Busy Moms. As a self-proclaimed recovering perfectionist and people-pleaser, Shonda’s book explores mindfulness breaks and their power to create more connection, calm, and contentment for moms. I so enjoyed chatting with Shonda, and her college-age daughter, about her …
 
If you’re like most of us, you want to have a great sex life … and it can be a little complicated. That’s why I invited a bona fide sex therapist, Vanessa Marin, on my show. She’s the real deal, with a ton of great information, and she has a lovely, accessible manner as well. I start the show with one of my favorite chapters from my book, The Extre…
 
Happy Valentine's Day! I wrote this essay, "Making Time for Love This Valentine's Day" for SheHustleCollective.com. Don't mind me when I start crying at the end of the episode after I read it! It's about how I'm trying to do so much professionally that I've somehow neglected the people I love the most. Yes, I prioritize my kids, but what about my h…
 
Gigi Levangie is the author of Been There, Married That, a funny take on a ruthless Hollywood divorce. She also wrote The Starter Wife and Maneater, which were both adapted into award-winning miniseries. She was a screenwriter for “Stepmom” starring Julia Roberts. Gigi and I talked about everything from marriage and divorce, LA vs. NY, the advice s…
 
I chatted with husband-and-wife team, Siena Cherson Siegel (author) and Mark Siegel (illustrator) of the graphic novel TO DANCE. This autobiographical book chronicles a ten-year period of Siena’s life as she falls in love with ballet and moves to New York to train at the School of American Ballet. This inspiring couple shared what it was like to cr…
 
Derek Scally on the shock resignation of Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (or AKK), Angela Merkel's anointed successor, as leader of joint-ruling party CDU. AKK's authority had been undermined by the striking of a deal, against her wishes, between the CDU and the far-right Alternative for Germany party at the regional government level. What does the affa…
 
What could be better than waking up with copious energy? Feeling bright and fresh and ready to dig into the day … or knowing you’ve got energy to burn instead of succumbing to the usual 3PM meltdown. This one’s for you if you keep leaning in to the chocolate bars and caffeine to keep yourself going. I’ve shared my best tips and tricks on maintainin…
 
Dan Peres is the author of As Needed For Pain: A Memoir of Addiction. This story explores Dan’s struggle with a massive addiction to opiates while working as editor-in-chief of Details magazine. Dan and I discussed hiding addiction in plain sight, his road to sobriety, the role of magic in his life, eating issues, fatherhood, the magazine world, an…
 
Alice Berman is the author of the Audible Originals book I Eat Men Like Air. This murder mystery takes place as seven twentysomethings gather to celebrate their friend's upcoming wedding. I just could not stop listening! I loved chatting with Alice about her love of true crime, the importance of cultivating friendships with other authors and the pr…
 
Angela Himsel is the author of A River Could Be a Tree, a memoir chronicling Angela’s journey from a conservative Christian upbringing in rural Indiana to life as a practicing Jewish women in Manhattan. Angela and I discussed growing up with ten siblings, the fascinating research that went into the book, and the magical brochure that changed her li…
 
Jennifer Gefsky and Stacey Delo are the coauthors of Your Turn: Careers, Kids, and Comebacks--A Working Mother's Guide. This book is a true roadmap for women making career decisions as their work and motherhood collide. I absolutely loved hearing Jen and Stacey discuss their personal stories of navigating career paths after having children and thei…
 
This week’s theme is all about anger. Because let’s face it … sooner or later, we’re going to have to blow. I begin by reading Chapter 17 from my new book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care. Appropriately, it’s called ‘The Joy (and Relief) of Getting Mad Responsibly.’ Then I turn to the professionals for some good advice. In this frank,…
 
Emily Nemens is the Editor of The Paris Review and the debut author of The Cactus League. Emily’s novel centers around a small suburb of Phoenix, AZ and the different hopes and aspirations of the community members during baseball spring training. I loved chatting with Emily about her working on a literary quarterly, her deeply rooted love of baseba…
 
Caroline de Maigret is the author, with Sophie Mas, of How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are from 2014 and most recently, Older, but Better, but Older. She is an international model, has been a Chanel ambassador since 2013, and a music producer at Bonus Track Records and a fashion video producer. She is also a children's and women's rights activist. …
 
Dr. Mark McConville, PhD, is the author of Failure to Launch: Why Your Twentysomething Hasn't Grown Up...and What to Do About It. He is a clinical psychologist in private practice, and as a senior member of the faculty of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, he has lectured and taught widely about child development, parenting, and counseling. An exp…
 
Zibby Owens: Elizabeth Gerlach is the author of the children's book series Ben's Adventures about a young triplet brother who uses a wheelchair but loves to dream up fun adventures with his family and friends. A former advertising and marketing exec with an MBA in marketing, Elizabeth is now a special needs advocate and fundraiser for the Ben Smile…
 
An outbreak of disease caused by a new virus is spreading throughout China and beyond its borders. The death toll has risen to 106 and the number of infected is over 4,500. Our correspondent in China Peter Goff describes cities in lockdown, mass screening for fever and some panic buying as the state struggles to control the situation.…
 
In tough times, where do we go? To the nearest bottle of wine? To the consolation of a good friend? Or … do we try to sleep and dream our way through it? The last option might be a good one according to Dr. Joshua Black. He’s a Canadian researcher with a PhD in dreams about the deceased. And he provides a fascinating look at how these sleeping visi…
 
I got to sit down with Patricia Marx and Roz Chast on the publication day of their book, You Can Only Yell at Me for One Thing at a Time: Rules for Couples. Roz Chast, the illustrator, is the author of the number-one New York Times best-selling memoir Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant? A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, she …
 
There has been a storm of controversy surrounding Jeanine Cummins' novel, AMERICAN DIRT. One big objection is that Jeanine shouldn't have written a story about a Mexican mother and her son trying to flee to the U.S. because she herself isn't Mexican and hasn't had that experience. I wrote this short essay in response to it. I published it on Medium…
 
Ann Napolitano is the author of Dear Edward, which is a huge sensation. It's a December 2019 Book of the Month Club pick, a January Today Show #ReadWithJenna Pick and the Barnes & Noble January pick among many others. Ann spent 8 years writing this riveting novel, and I got to talk to her about the beautiful storyline, the writing process, her fami…
 
Megan Alexander is an Emmy-nominated national news correspondent on Inside Edition, the number-one syndicated news magazine TV show. She has covered football for CBS, acted in the TV show Nashville, appeared in several films, and executive-produced the feature film Heartbeats. She is the author of Faith in the Spotlight: Thriving in Your Career Whi…
 
Michael Frank is the author of What Is Missing, a gripping psychological novel centered on the lives of three brilliantly developed characters. His memoir, The Mighty Franks, was a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, one of The Telegraph's and The New Statesman's best books of 2017, and the winner of the 2018 JQ Wingate Literary Pr…
 
This show is for everyone who feels like there aren’t enough hours in the day. The fact is there are—just as there have always been. But we can’t always see it. So this show is something of a call to sanity. Suzanne begins by recounting her own grim history with To Do lists in her essay ‘The Value of a Why Not List’. Then she goes on to share some …
 
I'm here today with Thatcher Wine who's the coauthor, with Elizabeth Lane, of For the Love of Books: Designing and Curating a Home Library. A book by book lovers for book lovers, it's about collecting, displaying, and admiring books in a way that reflects who you are. Thatcher is also the founder of Juniper Books, a company that works with book ent…
 
I sat down with Amber Tamblyn who is an author, actress, and director. She has been nominated for an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and an Independent Spirit Award for her work in film and TV. She cowrote and directed the critically acclaimed feature film Paint It Black. She's a contributing writer for The New York Times, a poet in residence at Amy Poehler’…
 
I interviewed both authors of The Woman in the Park, Teresa Sorkin and Tullan Holmqvist, coauthors of both the novel and the screenplay for The Woman in the Park. Tullan is an investigator, writer, and actress. Teresa is a TV producer and founder of Roman Way Productions. Their book is a mind-bending psychological thriller about a woman who is draw…
 
Randi Zinn is the author of Going Beyond Mom: How to Activate Your Mind, Body & Business After Baby. She's a mindfulness and wellness expert and the founder of community Beyond Mom which offers expert interviews, lifestyle advice, stories, a podcast including "Going Beyond with Randi Zinn," events and retreats for the ten thousand creative and prod…
 
Suzanne Morrison is the author of Yoga Bitch, which was an IndieBound best seller, a Crosscut best Northwest book of 2011, and has been translated into seven languages. Yoga Bitch actually had its start as a long-running one-woman show of the same title which played in New York, London, and across the United States. I loved talking to her about try…
 
In this episode, Chris Dooley is joined by Irish Times journalist Sally Hayden, who spent the Christmas break on board The Alan Kurdi, a migrant rescue ship which patrols an area close to the Libyan coast. It’s a 70 year old former fishing vessel run by the German charity Sea-Eye, which now tackles daring rescue missions along the world’s deadliest…
 
Ray Dalio is the founder, co-CIO, and co-chairman of Bridgewater Associates, one of the top philanthropists in the country, and the New York Times best-selling author of Principles: Life and Work. His new adaptation, PRINCIPLES FOR SUCCESS, is an illustrated and entertaining version for readers of all ages. Ray created a simpler version for parents…
 
As we slog through mid-January, it may be time for an energy zap. That’s why I start with one of the self-care essentials from my book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care. That would be Essential #5, Having Great Energy. Here are some ideas about what it really takes to be energized throughout your day. (Hint: Exercise definitely has som…
 
Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD is a professor of medicine in the UCLA Division of Cardiology, visiting professor in the Department of Human Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University, and president of the International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health. On top of this, she's the coauthor, along with Kathryn Bowers, of best-selling …
 
Sandra Miller is the author of the memoir Trove: A Woman's Search for Truth and Buried Treasure, which I loved reading. It's a captivating, sharp, and poignant story spurred on by a physical search for a treasure chest that reflects a deeper emotional journey. Sandra has also contributed to more than a hundred publications including The Boston Glob…
 
This week we're focussing on the fallout from the assassination by a US drone strike of Iranian General Qassem Suleimani. Thomas Wright, a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution, a Washington-based think tank, calls the killing a strategic mistake by the US in the Middle East despite the legitimacy of Suleimani as a target. And our corresponden…
 
Kiley Reid is a recent graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop where she was awarded the Truman Capote Fellowship. Her debut novel, Such a Fun Age, is a Reese Witherspoon and Well-Read Black Girl book club pick. It's a powerful comedy of errors plot line that centers on millennial post-graduate babysitter Emira Tucker and explores race, privilege, a…
 
As we dive into a new year, I’ve been thinking of compassion. I’ve become a lot more compassionate since my daughter Teal’s death 2012. And that’s not a mistake. Her nickname was Kwan Yin, for the goddess of Compassion. Because, well, that’s how she was. And so I’m edging that way myself. In that spirit, I begin this show by reading an essay from m…
 
Rachel Barenbaum is the debut author of A Bend in the Stars, a riveting historical novel, set in World War I-era Russia, about love and the history and science and survival. It was a New York Times Summer Reading Selection and a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers pick. It was also a Boston Globe best seller. A graduate of Harvard College, Ha…
 
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