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This podcast is for women who are stepping into a whole new and exciting chapter! Midlife years! Midlife years are about much more than empty nests and menopause! Lindsay de Swart shares guest interview insights on health, awakening, relationships, money, family and happiness, mixed with healing and shamanic life coaching wisdom. Be inspired by other women just like you, to help you get your spark back after years of focussing on your family and career! Lindsay debunks the myth that midlife ...
 
Are you tired of spending your time and MONEY chasing strategy after strategy only to discover that what worked from 10, 5, or even 2 years ago is no longer working NOW? Tune in to every jam-packed episode where I talk to industry experts and global influencers about PROVEN and PROFITABLE strategies as well as behind-the-scenes secrets to help you scale your business, shorten your learning curve, and stand out in a crowded marketplace. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hey Now! Hey Now! is the popular nostalgia podcast where two childhood friends discuss their favourite childhood movies. In each episode longtime BFFs, Emily Sandford and Barney Leigh choose a 90s or 00s classic that modern-day millennials can hard relate to. Now THAT's "what dreams are made of"! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This is the BBPTVShow podcast -Business Banter Plus... Our amazing guests share their digital adventures! Join Elaine Lindsay, glammapreneur, host, and the 2nd most curious person on the planet as she learns the tips, tweaks, and secrets our guests use to navigate the digital world. Join me...
 
Lost a dear friend to suicide at 16, did not know what a lesson it would become. Now, at 66, I continue to appreciate the Best/Worst GiftfromAndrea.com that keeps me living! I have learned that sharing your story can be a way to lighten your burden. My guests all have a story. Come listen in, it may be similar to your own story. You may find a helping of hope for you or someone who matters to you. In Season Two we branch out to cover mental health, depression, anxiety and all the myriad bits ...
 
In this podcast, we explore how sensitivity weaves itself into our lives. We talk about the richness that it adds, and the strengths we have BECAUSE of our sensitivity and some of the challenges it poses as well. If you are a Creative, a deep thinker, a deep feeler, a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), an introvert, or identify as INFJ or ENFJ, you may enjoy the in-depth conversations where we talk openly and honestly about how we experience life. This is a podcast where you can learn, relate, l ...
 
Welcome to Tea With Twiggy! This podcast was started at a time where people around the world connected and became closer with friends and family even though they could not physically meet. The same is true of Dame Twiggy who reconnected with her friends for a cup of tea and a chat! "Tea with Twiggy" is an intimate weekly chat with Twiggy and special guests including Joanna Lumley, Lynda La Plante, Elaine Paige, Gyles Brandreth, Christopher Biggins, and David Threlfall, Robert Lindsay, Myleen ...
 
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Who ever thought that you could cover everything in one page, especially a business plan? In this episode, Lifestyle entrepreneur and Biz Diva Cynthia Riggs joins host to share her One Page Business Plan. Cynthia is sought-after speaker, mastermind group facilitator, and retreat host and supports women in business in building their seven-figure bus…
 
Getting Grounded and Orienting to Yourself Many Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) learn to focus on everyone else’s needs. The focus is external instead of internal. You don’t learn how to focus on your perspective, your body, or your needs. This can be an orientation injury. The Highly Sensitive Person can see multiple perspectives, and based on your…
 
Ever felt like you have to do it all on your own? Ever had days when life feels like it's all too much ? Who do you turn to so that you don't feel like you're just moaning or complaining? On some days, focussing on the positive just maybe isn't enough, so you need to step it up. In today's episode I share with you what I'm doing to help me through …
 
Naming What’s Challenging as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) I suck at lying! I’m planning a surprise party for my husband, and I’ve been like a deer in the headlights a few times. I also talk about feeling disappointed that I had expectations about my puppy being affectionate, and she’s not. I talk about how you work with naming what’s hard and ch…
 
Focusing on Your Needs, Emotions and Happiness Jen Perry talks about attachment patterns and how the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) is often focused on what everyone else is feeling, wanting and needing. We talk about tools to identify what YOU are wanting. Jen talks about self-care and self-centering. We talk about self-talk, as well as the burden …
 
In this week's episode, we’ll be *snort laughs* gliding into the iconic Sandra Bullock and Michael Caine movie ‘Miss Congeniality’. This episode is for the ladies who enjoy figure skating, water ballet, and taking long, luxurious bubble baths. It’s also for the people who think chicken fillets are candy dishes and have to wedge their microwave with…
 
Tracy Evans shares her journey from leaving her stressful jet set corporate exec role all the way through to living her current 'Magical Midlife' adventure of owning and running an equestrian facility! She now lets the horses doing the teaching, as well as certifying others to open their own teaching facilities. Update on this episode: Tracey is cu…
 
Setting Boundaries with Emotionally Immature People Dr. Lindsay Gibson, author of Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents, and Recovering from Emotionally Immature Parents provides a 5-part process outlining how to set boundaries with an Emotionally Immature Person (EIP). She also talks about how to reinforce and reset those boundaries when …
 
Boom Clap. Boom De Clap. De Clap. Today we’re throwing down the Miley Cyrus classic ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie’. So if you love cute cowboys and the Tennessee accent, we’d suggest you put your hawk in the sky and zig-zag over to a comfy spot to listen. We rate this chaotic episode like Grandma Ruby rates an Elvis plate, and Blue Jeans loves a wig. …
 
In today's episode, Stephanie O'Dea shares her story of how her 'crock pot cooking' business success took over her lifestyle and values until she tuned back into her inner wisdom. She had to go against what everyone was telling her to do as it didn't feel right - she needed to trust herself for her own happiness! She's now living the full expressio…
 
Death by a Thousand Papercuts My computer was hacked and they downloaded files from my computer. In the midst of this awful experience, there were a number of gifts and amazing connections with people. I feel some shame and embarrassment. How can you thrive while going through something terrible? I talk about the fears that came up, as well as all …
 
Name something better than 100 white roses showing up at your office and getting two free tickets to see The Knicks… a Hey Now! Hey Now! movie review, of course! We’re in love with Matthew McConaughey alright* which is why today we’re discussing the gorgeous (and surprisingly upbeat) rom-com ‘How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days’. This movie stars the equa…
 
In today's first Summer Season Re-run episode, Petra Carroll shares her journey from being a ground breaking hair salon owner and entrepreneur, to getting back in touch with who she is, and taking the time to learn from her pet tortoises about a living and loving a slower pace of life. Petra is so inspiring as she talks about how she now has the ti…
 
Softening, Surrendering, Accepting & Allowing This episode focuses on being with whatever is going on to ease suffering when you want things to be different than they are. How can you accept things when it sucks? Jen and I talk about how we practice softening when things are hard. Jen talks about how she drops into her body to get information. How …
 
Edgar Wright is an English filmmaker. He is known for his signature editing style that includes transitions, whip pans and wipes. In 2004, He directed the zombie comedy Shaun of the Dead, starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the first film in the "Three Flavours Cornetto" trilogy. The film was co-written with Pegg—as were the next two entries in the…
 
Today is getting close to the first anniversary of the Magical Midlife! It also seems to fit that in this episode I share with you what the Summer Season is all about and how it came to be a 'thing'. Please come over the the Magical Midlife FB group where you'll find all the new offerings and conversations happening over the summer while I make my …
 
Practicing Self-Compassion when Perfection, Competing Needs and Burnout are Present It can be hard having needs; not getting your needs met; having to compromise around your needs. This can activate attachment injuries, that can cause or exacerbate depression, anxiety, burnout and self-doubt. How do you take care of yourself? How do you bring in se…
 
Is video gaming an issue with your kids or young adults? Are you concerned that after covid, video gaming has taken an unhealthy hold on your kids? Today's guest, Elaine Uskoski, is an author, speaker and coach to families who are struggling with someone who is addicted to video games. Elaine's personal story, which she also now tells publicly with…
 
Stoicism During Hard Times for the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) When there is a crisis, do you reach out and share what’s going on and ask for support? Do you tell yourself that you will worry when there is something to worry about? I share some recent experiences. My son asked me to let him know next time if his Grams is sick because he wants to …
 
Deux poissons, s’il vous plaît! Today we’re discussing the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen VHS Masterpiece ‘Passport to Paris’. This film was highly requested by you guys and is anything but snooze and cruise! It has more cute boys, butterfly clips, and gorgeous green screen moments than you could ever ask for. So quit trimming your split ends, and cut …
 
Imagine starting extreme sports late in your 40's? Imagine making a whole new set of friends and building a new community based on outdoor and adventure living? It may seem far fetched, but Jackie Hope and her husband Ray, did just this and now have a whole like minded community called the Midlife Mountaineers. They also now make films about their …
 
We (HSPs) are Not Too Much, with Susan Kraker - Best of the Podcast Susan is a therapist who specializes in relationships, and she works with the Highly Sensitive Person. She decided to take the Online HSP Course because she didn’t have many friends who were also Highly Sensitive. We had a rupture during one of the groups, and we talk about this. S…
 
Amanda Prowse is an International Bestselling author who has written 27 novels, seven short stories and an autobiography book, have been published worldwide in dozens of languages. These include Amanda Prowse include ‘A Mother’s Story’ which won the coveted Sainsbury’s eBook of the year Award and ‘Perfect Daughter’ which was selected as a World Boo…
 
Season 4 starts with a très magnifique Nickelodeon Classic - Angus Thongs And Perfect Snogging. This marvy film put onions on the map and was requested to us by none other than the influencer of all influencers Zoe Sugg who is (don’t have a nervy-b) joining us for today's episode. QUELLE SURPRISE! We rate this movie like we rate all three of our no…
 
Are you struggling to say something or do something that you've been holding on to for ever? Do you need encouragement to take a brave step for yourself? Today's conversation with Laura Foster, aka 'Soul Inspired Gurl' talks about her brave journey of selling her successful business of 25 years to follow what her heart was telling her. We talk abou…
 
Getting Grounded in Yourself & Honoring Your Needs Jen and I talk about how wounding can create over-functioning, over-responsibility, and rigidity at the expense of the human. We talk about stress responses and how to be more mindful and present for yourself while also bringing self-compassion. We literally take a break and do a short grounding ex…
 
Should you be running to lose your midlife belly? Or maybe just get on the step machine at the gym for hours? Sit ups? Maybe 100 sit ups a day? What is the best way to get your waist back? Sam, aka 'SamCoreTrainier' shares the best ways that you can exercise to get your body back when hormones may have run riot and left you feeling more bloaty and …
 
Originally from Miami, FL 1st generation Cuban-American Mother born in Cuba Athlete and high school social butterfly Husband to Gaby Married at 19 yrs old Father to 2 teenagers Brianna 14 Caiden 13 Cecilia – Coming in Aug Joined Marines Corps in 2004 (18 yrs old) Deployed to East Asia Electrician on helicopters Joined Air Force in 2012 Flight Engin…
 
Managing Crises as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Do you tend to over function when there is a crisis? Do you push through even though it’s not the best for you? Do you allow yourself to ask for help and get support? I was in the middle of a crisis when I recorded this, and I wanted to share my observations; what was helpful, and what things were …
 
Going through change and not sure when life will feel like it's back to normal? Feeling stuck and frustrated where you are? In today's episode I talk about what to expect with the cycles of change and knowing when you've hit rock bottom - and you can only go up from there! In the episode I share the 'Spring Revolution' which offers you help with ge…
 
Michelle Cleveland Resilience & Resolve in the Face of the Unthinkable Suicide within the Family NTC Lifeworks was born out of a desire to help others benefit from what Michelle learned about resilience through adversity. In honor of Nicholas and Thomas her sons whom she lost to suicide. Born in Prague, but raised in the USA I grew up in two vastly…
 
Welcoming Your Own Humanness with Self-Compassion Guest host Jen Perry shares her gremlins about recording for me this week and being unapologetic about it. She talks about valuing self-compassion over self-esteem. Jen talks about how to slow the process down and create peace in the moment to help you soften. She talks about why curiosity and kindn…
 
Ever wanted to be the founder and CEO, climb a mountain, do an ironman competition, or just do really brave things? Perhaps you'd just like to be fit and healthy enough to do all the fun activities that you love the idea of, but don't know if you can? Today's guest, Anissa Buckley, founder of B-untethered, shares the steps and insights of how she a…
 
Frank King believes "You can make a difference. You can save a life. I can show you how." In 2016 Frank King began coaching potential TEDx Talkers, when a number of his speaker coaching clients approached him and asked if he would coach them on scoring a TEDx Talk opportunity. Since then, those half-dozen clients have all done their first TEDx Talk…
 
Juggling Priorities & Managing Self-Care How do you manage prioritizing your own self-care when life is hectic and busy? Are you able to be flexible when things change, and can you ask to have your needs met? If not, what gets in the way? When plans change, are you able to have self-compassion for yourself and others, or do you get angry and upset …
 
If you've ever worried that getting over your problems means you just have to talk about them over and over again, today's guest, Elena Kapetanios, will share with you that it's not the case! She shares her story of healing after her son's premature birth and then dealing with the difficulties that come from holding on to the shock and blame of som…
 
After taking care of my brother as he wasted away and died from AIDs, the end of my 18-year marriage to my high school sweetheart in an ugly parting that made Divorce Court look civil, and years of wrong turns, things not working out, and being flat-out disappointed with life, I tried to kill myself in June of 2007, by swallowing over 90 pills, mos…
 
Vulnerability and Intimacy in Relationships Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) often don’t reach out when they need support because they are afraid that they will overwhelm others with their intense feelings, or that the other person won’t be there for them, or will disappoint them. Jen and I talk about what it’s like to show up for each other when we’…
 
Ever felt like you want to sell up, move to the country, or even sell up and move to the city? Today's guest, Margaret Vandergriff helps people, often empty nesters, to make a plan to move to a new city and find their new home. You can avoid making the costly mistake that many people made during covid, which was packing up and moving out of the cit…
 
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