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Health and wellness isn’t just about what you put on and in your body – it also encompasses the environment you live within. In this episode with top-rated @minamalistmomspodcast, Diane Boden, you’ll learn how to declutter your home AND your mind. Alex and Diane discuss the best place to start decluttering in your home, why kids benefit from having…
 
Chris Wark was diagnosed with colon cancer in his twenties but, rather than going through chemo, he chose a different road to healing: Changing his diet. It was a huge risk that he received criticism and doubt for, but he knew he had to do what was best for him. Spoiler alert: His intuition was right. Chris’ improved diet and lifestyle healed his b…
 
Am I getting parenting right? Most parents at any and every stage, find themselves asking this question. Whether you’re sleep deprived with a colicky newborn or navigating the emotional roller coaster of a teenager, parenting has its ups and downs, its confusion and clarity, its big blowups and small victories. And no matter our family makeup or ou…
 
The pandemic forced a lot of us to rethink everything -- our lifestyles, our personal relationships, even our careers. Now, when it comes to envisioning our future, financial expert Jill Schlesinger hears one question over and over: is this really how I want to live? Jill is the Emmy-nominated and two-time Gracie award-winning business analyst for …
 
Joining me today is host of the Mom’s Exit Interview, Kim Rittberg. Kim was a media exec at Netflix and PEOPLE mag. Kim recognizes that women are looking for more flexibility, more fulfillment and are ditching corporate to find it. So many of us struggle because we say “yes” to everything but really need to say “no “ to more. We feel overloaded bec…
 
If you wrestle with emotional eating, binge eating, stubborn weight you can’t lose, or depression due to your weight – you will love this episode. Alex Clark interviews food psychologist & hypnotherapist, Jiordana Saade, about why our brains are keeping us from losing weight, how hypnotherapy works, what food to eat + avoid for different mental dis…
 
Do you feel like you have too much stuff? A cluttered space isn’t just inconvenient - the truth is: it’s hard to lead a joyful, purposeful life when you’re drowning in possessions. That said, decluttering is more than just getting rid of the stuff you already have. To make a real change in your home, you need to examine how these excess possessions…
 
Have you ever felt like your habits are more like a ball and chain? Do they restrict you, keep you confined, or keep you from growing in the ways you really need to? If so, it’s time to recognize that you may need a different approach. Here to discuss flexible goal setting is host of the About Progress podcast, Monica Packer. On this episode, you’l…
 
☠️ Seed oils 😶 Mouth taping 🏋️‍♀️ Corresponding your workouts to your cycle 🌞 Staring at the sun 🚰 Tap water 🤸‍♀️ How to eat to balance your hormones 🥛 Raw milk 🍎🥦 Replenishing nutrients after ditching birth control ✨ And SO much more nutrition information GOLD ✨ In this Season Four premiere episode, Alex Clark and Emily Detrick of @littleraeofheal…
 
Back for her third appearance on the Minimalist Moms podcast is creator of 1000 Hours Outside, Ginny Yurich. Ginny believes that the premise of spending 1000 Hours Outside each year is simple (with a profound impact) but it’s easy to feel ‘stuck’ or unmotivated, so today Ginny is here to offer us prompts and ideas for how to reach one thousand hour…
 
Journalist and critical freethinker Jack Posobiec joins Alex Clark to discuss generational theory, and how the last 500 years of American history have prophesied about America’s ominous future. We’re ending the year with this vital episode to talk about the looming presence of The Fourth Turning – what does it mean and where do we go from here? Jac…
 
Do feeds showing picture-perfect rooms make you second-guess your abilities to make changes in your own home? Everywhere we turn, someone is trying to show or outpace the latest trend, and soon we’ll start hearing about 2023 Color Of The Year. I want to invite you to leave all that behind and start looking at your surroundings with a more holistic …
 
You know those awful, terrible, sucker-punch moments in life? The ones that knock you down, burn you up, or make you cringe so hard you wish it was all a bad dream? Probably–because we all do. These epic, messy, oh-no-oh-crap moments of chaos are just part of life–yet, as Dr. Neeta Bhushan shows us, they're also beautiful opportunities for change. …
 
Sally Clarkson is a best-selling author, speaker and homemaker extraordinaire. Perhaps most importantly, she is a Christian wife & mother who has dedicated her life to encouraging women to glorify God in the way they manage their homes. Alex Clark and Sally chat all about Sally’s inspiring book, "The Lifegiving Home," and the different tips & trick…
 
Who do you talk to the most? Maybe you’re thinking: “my spouse, my kids, my friends, or my coworkers.” This may surprise you but the answer is none of the above. On a daily basis, the person you talk to the most is, without question, yourself. We each have around 70,000 self-talk thoughts a day. And here’s the problem—80% of them are negative. When…
 
Christmas 2009, Gloria Brintnall was preparing her home for the holidays and, suddenly, the FBI showed up at her door. That’s when she learned that her husband of 30 years–a pastor–was being investigated for child pornography. Gloria was completely blindsided and left to her own devices when it came to beginning an entirely new life for her and her…
 
Busy moms often have trouble with their digestive health. What could be a possible culprit? One possibility is the pantry. We find ourselves running into issues: feeling bloated, uncomfortable in our favorite clothes, and left not knowing how to navigate this health space in a way that works for our bodies. On today’s bonus episode, Leeann Rybakov …
 
Joining me today is host of the Thriving in Motherhood Podcast, Jessica Jackson. After years of struggle Jessica realized there are simple, practical things she can do to stop living in overwhelm and find meaning and joy in everyday life. She loves empowering other mothers to create lives they are excited to wake up to each day. Today, our conversa…
 
Ruthie Ridley and Rach Moon are two Instagram fashion influencers who are black… AND conservative. On top of that, Rach is Jewish and Ruthie is a Christian married to a white police officer. It's safe to say that they break every single IG influencer stereotype but with style. In an industry that exists at the whim of cancel culture, Alex Clark wan…
 
Angela Lyons is a minimalist mom and avid traveler who loves to chat about finding balance, slowing down, and living an intentional life. Her family has undergone a few significant changes over the last few years at the hands of minimalism which has allowed them to embrace what is most important to them. As a part of this, Angela extensively declut…
 
Prepare for the juiciest pop culture episode yet with the famous Hollywood blind blogger of ‘Crazy Days & Nights’... @entylawyer. Enty might be anonymous but he has built a decades long legendary career off of exposing the biggest stories in entertainment news. He’s the real life Gossip Girl who paved the way for other blinds and investigative jour…
 
Joining me today is business strategist & productivity coach, Brittany Dixon. Although she is a practicing minimalist, Brittany's family owns ninety board games! The reason behind it? Family connectivity plus weekly game time helps teach strategy and critical thinking. Her hope is that listeners walk away with light-bulb moments that game night can…
 
Amber O’Neal Johnston, a homeschooling mother of four, shows parents of all backgrounds how to create a home environment where children feel secure in their own personhood and culture, enabling them to better understand and appreciate people who are racially and culturally different. She’ll be joining me today to discuss her new book, A Place to Be…
 
Joining me today is Mari Collins. She and her husband created an app, called Ketshop that helps teach kids to prioritize things they really love - and learn to save towards those special purchases. Her hope is to change the way families shop - to focus on quality, educational items that kids buy for themselves, rather than a million knickknacks des…
 
One evening, while playing in a band at an all white bar, Daryl Davis was approached by a white man who was impressed with his musical talents. After some conversation, the man revealed he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Daryl then made the shocking decision to meet more KKK members and other extremists to understand why they think–and hate–the w…
 
"...a lot of moms say, "I want to be in control." I'm like, "Good news, bad news. Bad news: You cannot control your child. Good news: You can control yourself. And when you control yourself it influences your child to be able to control themselves." Joining me today is parenting coach, Emily Hamblin. Emily is here to encourage listener's who strugg…
 
After enduring multiple tumultuous relationships in her early 20s, Victoria Robinson had one close call with abortion before she ultimately went through with another. This experience inevitably had profound effects on her mental health and left her with significant trauma that intensified the longer she kept it a secret. The truth, however, began t…
 
Joining me today are relationship experts and founders of Marriage365, Casey and Meygan Caston. Casey and Meygan Caston were the couple least likely to succeed in their marriage. After meeting in college, they fell in love fast and then said I do. But after only three years, they were headed straight for divorce. Their relationship had fallen apart…
 
Joining me today is psychotherapist and licensed clinical social worker Shonda Moralis. Her goal is to help women reclaim their peace of mind by centering themselves in the present moment, even while they’re being pulled in eighty different directions. Today, Shonda shares insights to help take a much-needed break, teaching you to be mindful and he…
 
When you think of missing person cases, you might imagine groups of volunteers scouring fields or search dogs sifting through a forest or even faces on milk cartons from a past life. But not all disappearances are landlocked. Some crimes are buried deep beneath cold water, which is why it takes a specially trained individual to search depths where …
 
Anyone who has ever set a goal or resolution knows how hard they are to keep. No matter how good your intentions are when you establish them, it's tough to get changes to stick. If you have yet to meet your goals, you are not alone. Plans get derailed – even the best-laid ones don’t always work out. We always have a choice when this happens: we can…
 
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