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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!
 
Marriage and Martinis is an attempt to present a real, authentic marriage at its core: the love, hate, teamwork, struggles, laughter, humiliation, and ever-changing dynamics that comprise spousal relationships. Join Danielle and Adam as they explore every hilarious, heartfelt, shocking, embarrassing, and completely inappropriate facet of marriage and parenting. It’s a bumpy ride, but it’s worth it.
 
Grounded in the topics that distract host Kate Kennedy (entrepreneur, author, pop culture commentator) on a daily basis, Be There in Five explores all facets of popular culture in a thoughtful, analytical, editorialized, and comedic format. Kate covers a wide range of topics reflecting the current zeitgeist, i.e. celebrities, bloggers/influencers, social media, and tv/moves/music, but also focuses on the humor found in reexamining the 90s/00s zeitgeist as an adult, from AIM to Zenon. Whether ...
 
Add a dose of goodness to your day and explore what it means to thrive in life. Kim Forrester interviews world-leading experts and takes a deep-dive into the characteristics and daily habits that can boost your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being, and help you flourish.
 
The Vibrant Happy Women Podcast is for overwhelmed women who want to get off the hamster wheel and start making time for themselves (without the guilt) so they can live happy, balanced, heart-centered lives. You’ll learn from Happiness Strategist Dr. Jen Riday as she shares proven tips and tools that will help you “get your SPARKLE back” in all areas of your life, including self love, confidence, healthy boundaries, time management, parenting, marriage, health, finances, goal setting and muc ...
 
Author, speaker, entrepreneur, and mom to five sons, Alli Worthington, hosts her show built on one simple premise- bring on people she loves, respects and wants to learn from. You will love the fun interview-style conversations followed by coaching time where Alli answers listener questions about faith, business, and life. Alli is also the author of Breaking Busy, Fierce Faith, and The Year of Living Happy. She loves speaking at conferences about faith, business, and living life well.
 
It’s a podcast on writing for anyone who’s “not a writer.” Best-selling author and Founder of Find Your Voice Allison Fallon explores the power of the written word to create change in yourself, your community, and in the world through interviews with authors, reviews of powerful books, and short motivational prompts to get you moving in the right direction.
 
From the pros who brought you Bustld comes Every Day I’m Bustlin’, your go-to wedding planning podcast. Every other Tuesday husband-wife team and co-founders, Ryan and Samie Roberts, guide you through all things wedding planning related, while keeping things fun along the way. We cover topics ranging from how to handle your catering tasting to where to splurge and where to save and everything in-between. For show notes and more, visit podcast.bustld.com. Bustld is an online wedding resource ...
 
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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I am so excited to let you in on a little secret: my latest project, a private podcast called Secret Stuff. SIGN UP FOR SECRET STUFF HERE I am so excited to combine the ideas behind my podcast 10 Things To Tell You, my book Share Your Stuff. I’ll Go First, and my newsletter the Secret Posts into SECRET STUFF. Secret Stuff will be a membership hoste…
 
Laura Tremaine has built a thriving Internet community around the idea that we all have valuable (and worthy) information to share, especially in our relationships. That’s why I’m thrilled she’s here with me today to talk about loneliness, reconnection, and why it’s so important that we share our own stuff. In the early days of the Internet, she st…
 
Laura Tremaine is an avid podcaster, writer, and reader, who has spent several years sharing all aspects of herself with her audience. Danielle wanted to sit down with Laura to discuss her new book, "Share Your Stuff, I'll Go First," because they both have similar feelings about putting it all out there in the name of others feeling less alone. Thi…
 
You may think that talking about yourself is narcissistic or tacky, but as Laura can assure you, it's not. In our conversation, Laura explains the importance of sharing about yourself if you want to create deep, lasting friendships. She’s letting us in on some of the questions from her book to get you started with sharing, as well as her experience…
 
If so many of us feel lonely, what keeps us from reaching out to other people? Laura Tremaine is host of the podcast 10 Things to Tell You and author of the book Share Your Stuff, I'll Go First.* With Allison Fallon, she discusses loneliness, moving to LA and the early days of blogging, and, most importantly, practical ways to connect with others. …
 
This week, Kate shares her own musings along with listener stories about all things nostalgic summertime. Primarily focused on suburban pool culture and summer camp tales, these stories made her laugh, cry, gasp, and long for simpler times when her only agenda was to eat snack bar chicken tenders, scope for megahotties, and wait for a hot summer's …
 
If you have a dream of writing a personal story, but worry that your story isn't interesting, this episode is for you. Author, podcaster, and public speaker Mary Marantz covers two insecurities that keep writers from getting started, how to write about complicated people in our stories, and how to make a personal story appeal to others. Keep listen…
 
Today we're talking about home trends we hope we never see again! Join us for laughter and fun as we share which ones we've had and why they won't be making a comeback anytime soon! Elle Decor article I'm a fan recommendations... Mindy's mascara Marie's protein bars We'd love to hear from you! Find us here: Instagram: Midlife Matters Podcast Websit…
 
Stephen King is a genius and I believe we will one day study him in academic settings like we do other literary giants. (He's also my favorite author.) I'm making a case today for why YOU should read this master storyteller. He has created some of the most iconic characters and plot lines and imagery in history, but he gets a bad rap from casual re…
 
Danielle and Dr. Traci Baxley have a candid conversation about everything from interracial marriage, to privilege, to how to handle it when people say, "agree to disagree," about social issues and race. Danielle asks how parents can implement teachings and actions to help their kids become better allies and more conscientious human beings. Have we …
 
Whether praying is a part of your daily routine or just something you do when your back is against the wall, I bet you’ve wondered, at least once, “Does prayer actually work?” I’m not talking about doubting faith here, but often prayer can feel more like a duty than a delight. It can be tempting to think it doesn’t make a difference or we’re too bu…
 
One of the most personal and meaningful projects I’ve ever made was my podcast series called The Secret Tapes. It's a series of interviews I did with the people I write about in my book Share Your Stuff. I’ll Go First. The Secret Tapes were released in January solely to people who preordered SYSIGF. But now the Secret Tapes are a part of Secret Stu…
 
Danielle has an absolute blast having girl talk with Tammin and Roxy of the Women on top podcast. She asks Tammin (Pretty Little Liars) and Red Carpet Roxy (Hollywood entertainment host) all about how the standards of Hollywood impact their views on sex, all about their sexual fantasies, and how the pandemic has impacted their sex lives. It's an ho…
 
How awesome would it be at the end of this summer to say, “Holy cow! That was the best summer we’ve ever had”? For you to feel connected to your kids and to see them growing in their ability to take on responsibility while having a ton of fun? That’s my hope for this summer, and my guests today are here to share how to make it happen. Get full show…
 
This week, Kate’s sister is live for the first time from her new place in sunny California and they have a fun, lighthearted convo about nostalgia and pop culture that covers the following topics: 90s bedroom decor, Spencer Gifts couture The coolest cars as a teenager Storm chasing career ambitions inspired by tornado movies Influencers & tumbler/a…
 
So many of us are burnt out: but, for some of us, it's not our fault. We've been led to believe lies about what we need or what we should be — and it has us running in circles. Relationship coach and YouTuber Amy Young jumps on with Allison Fallon to discuss what keeps women restricted, and how to dismantle those lies and stand in your truth. amyyo…
 
Summer is almost here and it's time to talk about how to make it a success! Who do we want to connect with? What do we want to accomplish? How do we want to feel at the end? Join us as we share our ideas for how to make the most of this special season! Links in this episode: Laura Tremaine's summer questions Midlife Matters Summer Strategy episode …
 
Shannon Hayes is a sustainable farmer, entrepreneur, author, café owner, and CEO of Sap Bush Hollow Farm in New York State, USA. She is the author of several popular books, including her latest title, Redefining Rich. In this episode, Kim Forrester connects with Shannon to explore what it really means to prosper in life and to learn how we each mak…
 
“Tired of being a deputy”: Michelle Fishburne of Who We Are Now talks about turning a one-two-three punch of pandemic life changes into a 12,000 mile road trip, a book deal, and a newfound calling as an oral historian. Find Michelle on the web: Website:Who We Are Now Instagram: @WhoWeAreNowUSA Instagram behind the scenes: @MichelleFishburne Faceboo…
 
Favorite Things! Again! I'm sharing my current favorites: including home stuff, beauty products, travel outfits, what's helping me sleep, a new bra obsession, and what I can't stop giving as a gift. In case you hadn't noticed, I moved the frequency of the Favorite Things (Right Now) episodes up from every twenty episodes to every TEN. This was in d…
 
No one really goes into wedding planning hoping or planning to become a bride or groom-zilla, sometimes it happens without you realizing it. And sometimes, you may not even realize it. So, before it’s too late, we’re chatting with wedding expert Amber Anderson on how to avoid becoming “a zilla” and how to change things if you’ve accidentally hit th…
 
For over a year, we’ve been doing what we can to take care of ourselves and our families during a historic pandemic. And for some of us, shutting off our emotions was (and continues to be) one of the only ways to get things done. But what happens when hard seasons end (or need to end)? Is it possible to feel like ourselves again without the overwhe…
 
Danielle and Adam take a fun walk down memory lane talking about everything from their first memories, to what they collected as kids, to stuff their parents did that would get them arrested today. They also discuss what they would like to replicate from the households in which they grew up, and what they're hoping to do differently. What part of t…
 
In part 2 of this quarter's series where Kate answers listener voicemails, she covers a lot of ground with a wide range of topical depth. This episode covers: -A discussion of the 'Troubled Teen' industry and the under the radar abuse of boot camps/wilderness therapy camps/conversion therapy programs that con parents into thinking that legitimate t…
 
I interview Madhur-Nain on her spiritual upbringing, how meditation impacts her approach to therapy, and the gap she noticed in the self-help section that her book fills. We discuss how meditation is not a religious practice, but a therapeutic tool that helps calm the mind and therefore destress your life. If you’ve ever been curious about meditati…
 
What books should I read as a writer? As writers, we owe a lot to other writers: they are the people who inspired us in the first place, and they are the ones who keep us writing. Author and writing coach Allison Fallon shares seven books she returns to when she's stuck, needs perspective, or is looking for encouragement. If you're a writer (or wan…
 
Today we're talking about books! Join us as we share why we read, what makes a great book, our favorite recommendations and more. The lazy days of summer are almost here and reading a book is the perfect way to relax! We'd love to hear from you! Find us here: Instagram: Midlife Matters Podcast Website: midlifematterspodcast.com Email: midlifematter…
 
Dr Dawna Markova is co-founder of the Random Acts of Kindness movement and the Worldwide Women’s Web, a former senior research affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT, and author of a treasure trove of books including, I Will Not Die an Unlived Life, and her latest title, Living a Loved Life: Awakening Wisdom Through Stories of Inspi…
 
The fabulous Anne Bogel of What Should I Read Next? returns to the show to talk about her 2021 Summer Reading Guide and the best books she’s read lately. Anne Bogel (aka Modern Mrs. Darcy) is one of my favorite people to talk books and reading with, and I look forward to her annual Summer Reading Guide each year. We talk about how long it takes her…
 
Are you having a hard time describing how you’re feeling these days? Depressed is too strong a word, but unmotivated isn’t strong enough. That general blah feeling or phase has a name–languishing. And my friend and fellow mom of 5, Megan Hyatt Miller is here to tell us what we can do about it! Languishing is like the neglected middle child of menta…
 
A two part episode! This week, Kate had so many interesting voicemails, she broke it up into two parts. In part 1, she answers some of the lighter fare, such as: How would she define a Hot Girl Summer? and other musings about the pursuit of hotness in our youth, feat. yet another country music tangent. How does she feel about Swifties calling Olivi…
 
JoAnn shares her own experience with mom guilt and the ways she has learned to let it go. She gives some invaluable advice for parents of children with big personalities; the ones that are often getting in trouble at school. I learned so much from JoAnn about how to handle kids in the midst of big emotions and I know her wisdom is going to be so he…
 
If you've ever dreamt of having more than one writing desk, this episode is for you. Enuma Okoro is an award-winning author. Among many other places, her work has been featured in the NY Times and the Financial Times. On this episode, she shares her passion for the writing life and how the practice of writing is soul care. Listen for: what it means…
 
Today we're talking about unpopular opinions! What do you hate that everyone else seems to love? What do you pretend to like just to fit in? Join us as we share the unpopular opinions lurking inside of us! I'm a fan recommendations Mindy's bagel shop Julie's eye shadow Marie's streaming service We'd love to hear from you! Find us here: Instagram: M…
 
Scarlett Lewis is a mother, accomplished artist, and founder of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, which she created in honour of her son who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre of December 2012. Scarlett is the author of Nurturing, Healing Love: A Mother’s Journey of Hope and Forgiveness. In this episode, Kim Forrester conne…
 
“Time to regroup”: Lisette Smith, certified financial planner, on thinking of our work lives in chapters, the best ways to plan for a Midlife Gap Year, and why early retirement may not be as desirable as the occasional long pause. Download the Midlife Gap Year guide here Advisory Group SF Pop Culture Preservation Society Podcast – Nancy riffing on …
 
We're kicking off the summer season with 10 Questions that will help make it successful. Answer these prompts in your journal or with a partner, or go around the table with your colleagues or family. These questions are slightly summer-flavored, but really they could used at the beginning of any season. Mentioned in this episode: SIGN UP FOR THE SE…
 
Rev. Clint Hufft is the host of the Wedding MBA Podcast and has been officiating weddings for almost 30 years. He has officiated several televised weddings -- remember Trista and Ryan’s wedding from the Bachelorette, that was him! We are so grateful to have him on the show today as we talk about all things wedding ceremonies. He focuses on how YOU …
 
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