Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 23: Dating, Authenticity, & Social Decluttering Revisited

Social decluttering:  Challenging, potentially awkward, and absolutely necessary. If you enjoyed episode 4 of the podcast, you’ll love this conversation, in which Tracey and I explore the question:  Does being your authentic self across all areas of your life organically weed people out? We talk about social decluttering as it relates to dating, family, and — once again — friendships, …

Curious & Curiouser, Episode 20: On Bad Advice, Body Composition, & Crossfit

Get ready for a little ranting from Tracey and me on this week’s episode of the podcast. Because we were feeling a little feisty when this was recorded and eager to clear up some misinformation we recently heard from well known Crossfit coach, Ben Bergeron, regarding nutrition and body composition. Which brings us to the overarching question(s) for today’s show: …

Let’s Stop Apologizing, Shall We?

“The desire to reach for the stars is ambitious. The desire to reach hearts is wise.” ~Maya Angelou In a relatively recent conversation, I discovered that I was harboring some previously unacknowledged guilt for being an ambitious woman with dreams of world domination. Ok, ok. I don’t really want world domination.   But I do have big dreams and the …

Curious & Curiouser Podcast, Episode 17: Marriage, Open Relationships, and Making Your Own Rules

This week on the podcast, Tracey and I are revisiting the topic of relationships and diving into some potentially uncomfortable territory to talk about the possibility of creating rules in your relationship that fall outside the box of societal expectations. Whoa. The question we’re addressing throughout the entirety of the conversation is: What happens when you get curious about the …

Curious & Curiouser, Episode 13: Mental Health Therapy and Acupuncture as Tools for Transformation

Today on the podcast, we explore the intersection of Tracey’s work and my own, talk all about the benefits of combining mental health therapy with acupuncture and other forms of bodywork, and explain how doing so can facilitate transformation and often accelerate healing. Both Tracey and I have seen our clients and patients progress more quickly when they are willing to make themselves vulnerable …