Our bodies are gifts that enable us to accomplish what we’re meant to do. We don’t starve ourselves. We don’t run ourselves ragged. We invest in our health and “protect the asset,” so we have energy to invest in what matters most. (Much of what we will be covering here on LearnDoBecome regarding health is centered around Jonathan Bailor’s SANE program. Click here to read our story.)
Renegotiation is a natural (and necessary!) part of our daily lives–because who DOESN’T create unrealistic expectations every now and then? Come listen to some powerful ideas that will help us breathe better and more fully align with with our true priorities!
Do you ever feel like you are “forcing yourself” to do things you don’t feel like doing? Here’s a fun podcast with Danielle Porter about creating an Energy Map. It just might change your life….
If you ever feel like you spend most of your time running around and putting out fires, it probably sounds HEAVENLY to have one day a week (or even part of a day) for yourself. Today’s podcast will hopefully spark some creativity and give you ideas to help you regroup, refocus, and recommit to architecting a life of excellence one day a week.
LearnDoBecome Radio is here to serve you while you’re on the go, and as we celebrate three years of the podcast, we thought you’d enjoy this list of our top three episodes. Thanks for listening!
There’s a 90% chance that each of us is dealing with anxiety, depression, or relationship problems. And this podcast with world-renowned psychiatrist and best-selling author, Dr. David Burns, will provide some of the BEST information in the world to help you and your family.
Years ago I read Ellyn Satter’s Child of Mine: Feeding with Love and Good Sense and have tried to adopt her mind-set in the division of responsibility. The parent is responsible for “what,” and the child is responsible for “how much.” Knowing that I can’t make my children eat, I try to focus on what
When I discovered the SANE program and started reading The Calorie Myth, I didn’t think it was possible to eat twelve to fourteen servings of non-starchy vegetables a day. Yet, I was surprised to discover how simple helps have made it possible and tasty. Here are some of my favorite ways to make SANE eating
As a follow-up to our SANE posts, 15-year-old Alia Perry shares her perspective on how she stays motivated to eat healthy foods (even when there are plenty of unhealthy foods available at social gatherings and throughout the holidays).
This 4-minute video shares the personal stories behind our new program–designed to help your whole family attain long-term health and wellness.
If you’ve ever counted calories and diligently exercised without seeing results, struggled with body image issues, felt concerned about developing diabetes, or lacked confidence because of the size of your body, you are not alone. And, I might add, you need to listen to this podcast.