We’ve done a lot in the name of health - some of them have been a bit out there. We feel it’s important to experiment and figure out what works for you. We talk through some Ayurvedic practices like tongue scraping and oil pulling, measuring your temperature to see how your body is reacting to foods, rolfing, and of course colonics and coffee enemas. We’ve had different experiences along the way with these and want to spur on a conversation.
The wellness industry is ever-changing and new trends pop up almost daily. In this episode, we discuss a few of the current popular topics - charcoal, mushrooms, matcha, floating, keto, bio-hacking - all things we talk through and share our experiences along the way.
Let’s talk about poop. It’s not the most pleasant topic to discuss, but so vital to understand and track to ensure we’re staying on top of our wellness. There are some key things to look out for and that you can do to ensure your digestion is moving along as it should. Warning that we’re going to be very open about this, so if it makes you uncomfortable, maybe best to move to another episode!
Let’s talk about what we can do for the environment as it relates to your health. Think swapping plastic for metal, being mindful of environmental toxins and such. Don’t worry, this isn’t a heavy end of the world discussion, rather our do-able take on what it means to be well, both personally and to Mother Earth.
How do we keep the spark alive and continue dating our significant other? Many of us have been in our relationships for some time and we have demanding work and life schedules. It’s essential we continue to stay connected with our significant other and keep the fire burning in the relationship. We discuss some ways to ensure this happens.
Movement is critical to life. And we all know we “should” be exercising. But how much movement do we need? And how does one go about finding an exercise that works for them? And what if the exercises you’ve been doing for years finally stop working? We’ll discuss all this and more in this episode.
In this episode, Sarah and Stacey start out by discussing the news of designer Kate Spade’s recent suicide. Mental health is a vital issue impacting everyone and the discussion is heartfelt.
The episode concludes with a discussion of summer favorites. Whether you’re going on a road trip or hitting the pool or beach, we’ve got fun-filled ideas and suggestions (shows, podcasts, books) to make your summer easy breezy.
Since when did buying food become a complicated exercise requiring extra-strength brainpower? If you’re overwhelmed with and confused by the labels and claims on food packages, this episode is for you. We dispel non-substantive claims and direct you toward those that matter.
Think making smart food choices is impossible while traveling? This week, we show you how with a little planning, staying sane with food while on the road is easier than you think. With helpful tips on packing snacks to choosing lodging options, Stacey and Sarah help take the stress out of road trips. They’ll even share their #1 tip for getting little ones to eat veggies in restaurants!
Sugar. To say it’s become a controversial topic is putting it mildly. But what’s the truth about sugar? We’ll share what experts say on the harmful effects of sugar; is sugar addiction a real thing? We’ll also discuss what happens to your body and brain when you eat sugar. What are the hidden sources of sugar? And how can you begin to make dietary modifications to decrease sugar intake?
Why is it so hard to prioritize taking care of ourselves? Self care is not selfish and is critical to make yourself the happiest, most productive version of yourself. You don’t have to have a weekend away or the entire afternoon at the spa - small, strategic acts of self care can be incorporated throughout your day. Learn ways to incorporate these actions into your daily routine.
What we put on our bodies is just as important as what we eat. Regulation for the skincare market hasn’t changed in over 80 years; the United States is far behind other markets in restricting chemicals that can be put into our skincare products. We have to look after ourselves. Learn why we should care about what is in our skincare products and what small changes you can make to clean up your beauty.
Stacey and Sarah discuss the benefits of meal planning along with some tips on how to make meal planning work for you and your busy life. Save money, waste less and most importantly, reduce decision fatigue by incorporating some meal planning into your life.
Stacey and Sarah have a shared love for wellness and health, in addition to being moms, wives, and driven entrepreneurs. Friends of over 10 years, they want to share what they’ve learned with you in a fun, succinct way. Join them in figuring out how to stay sane in this crazy world!