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SHE with Jordan Lee Dooley

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Pull up a seat and get ready to step into the woman you’re about to become. Join alongside National Bestselling Author, Jordan Lee Dooley, for this workshop-style podcast uniquely designed to help working women (like you!) steward your home, health, and work well – whatever your work looks like in this season.
Each week, you’ll walk away with implementable steps to improve your everyday life as an ambitious woman. From cultivating a home to managing money well, women’s health to clean living, time management to goal setting, we cover it.
Rooted in faith, inspired by Proverbs 31, and jam-packed with practical takeaways, each episode will inspire and equip you to pursue your dreams while prioritizing the most important things, or as J likes to say, “own your everyday.”
Come invited, leave ignited.
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When a child is diagnosed with an oral restriction, such as a tongue tie, there is often a lot of pressure to get a frenectomy done as soon as possible.​Parents are told that if they don't do a frenectomy, their child will have issues down the road with breastfeeding, solids, sleep apnea, etc. ​​​But many parents aren't given the time or resources to explore other options of care.​So the question is: what can be done holistically to help address oral restrictions and breastfeeding problems - whether it's instead of doing a frenectomy, or in addition to doing one?​This episode explores the answer to that question as Jordan speaks with Midline Revolution - a group that combines chiropractic care, myofascial cranial therapy, and lactation consultation to help mothers and babies navigate issues like oral restrictions and breastfeeding in the first year of life.Together, they explore how to holistically treat tongue and lip ties.Tune in to learn:What an oral restriction isWhy a lot of medical advice is heavily focused on immediately doing a frenectomy and why might this not be the best first solutionHolistic approaches to dealing with oral restrictionsWhy many people aren't getting the outcomes they want from a frenectomyHow information overload is impacting motherhood and the decisions we makeWhat can be done to holistically support someone who has already gotten a frenectomyWant to dig deeper into this episode? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:IG: @midlinerevolutionmidlinerevolution.mykajabi.comEvolution of Lip and Tongue Tie courseGenerative Habits: Breastfeeding Edition courseMidline Revolution Kajabi Community Rooted FamiliesThe Holistic Home Handbook
It's no secret that women in our society are on the go all the time - whether it’s because we’re working, transporting the kids to countless activities, taking care of the house, or doing countless other activities on our calendar.The pressure to be productive has caused us to pursue hamster wheel lifestyles with little rest.On top of it all, we're often told that if we want the best health or fitness, we should cut calories, do HIIT workouts, and try intermittent fasting (spoiler alert: these practices are based on research done on men, not women, and can be harmful to women's hormonal health).But how does busyness and fitness affect our hormonal health? And how do our hormones change our mental health?In this episode, Jordan talks with hormone expert Alisa Vitti about the connection between our cycles, hormones, nutrition, fitness, and mental health.Tune in to this episode to learn:How the pressure to do it all and our busy schedules affect our hormonal healthThe importance of understanding that women are underrepresented in biological researchWhy popular biohacking strategies, workout programs, and diets aren't the best option for womenThe way caffeine affects our hormones and what to do if we're reliant on caffeineHow the knowledge that our hormones are cyclical should affect how we prioritize our tasksThe link between mental health and hormones and what practical things can we do to improve our mental healthWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:SHE Podcast Episode #169 with Alisa Vitti: 3 Steps to Balance Your HormonesSHE Podcast Episode #170 with Alisa Vitti: Cycle Sync to Improve Productivity, Relationships, and HealthAlisa's book: Woman CodeAlisa's book: In the FloAlisa's websiteAlisa's IG: @alisa.vittiMyFLO app
Does your work matter for eternity?Many people don’t believe so, or they think that the only time their work has eternal significance is when they are actively evangelizing.But that’s not what the Bible says.While sharing the Gospel is an essential part of being a Christian, the Great Commission and call to evangelize is not the only commission in the Bible.And when we study the First Commission in the Bible, we begin to see just how valuable every part of our work is, whether it’s changing diapers as a stay-at-home mom, roasting coffee as a barista, or making financial decisions as an entrepreneur.In this episode, Jordan talks with the author of “The Sacredness of Secular Work”, Jordan Raynor. Together they explore how our daily jobs have intrinsic and eternal value.In this episode, you’ll learn:The difference between the instrumental and intrinsic value of our workThe problems that arise when the Church makes the Great Commission the only commissionWhat other commission(s) the Bible givesWhat the unabridged Gospel teaches us about the purpose we have in our workWhy you don't have to work in ministry or a "Christian business" to have purposeThe problem with the half-truth that “Earth is our temporary home” and how this affects how we view our workWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Jordan Raynor's websiteJordan Raynor's book: The Sacredness of Secular WorkJordan Raynor on Instagram: @jordanraynorUse THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order.
Did you know that cleaning products are not required to share all the ingredients they use on their labels? They only need to share the active ingredient. And of the 80,000 potential chemicals that could be used in a product, only 1% have actually been tested for safety.And so many of the ingredients used in our products today have been found to affect our health.That’s why reading and understanding labels can be an important skill to learn.In this episode, Jordan talks with founder and CEO of Just Ingredients, Karalynne Call, about how to identify toxic ingredients in your products, from your food to your feminine care products, and how to make simple and easy swaps that will support your health.Choosing cleaner products doesn't have to be an extreme all-or-nothing approach. You don't have to overhaul your pantry overnight. Even taking one step at a time and finding healthier swaps can make a big difference in the long run. And Karalynne is just the person to show you how to do it!Tune in to this episode to learn:Why it’s important to understand ingredient labels and what kinds of marketing labels may be deceptive or confusingAn easy strategy for interpreting labels and how to find cleaner optionsWhy so many companies use artificial sweeteners, dyes, and colorants instead of real foodsIngredients to avoid in feminine products and what to look for insteadWhy house cleaners don’t need to list what’s in their productWhat endocrine disrupters are, where they are found, and how they affect the bodySafer materials to use for cooking and food storageHow to swap out products in a way that isn’t overwhelmingWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Karalynne's website: justingredients.usKaralynne's Instagram: @just.ingredientsKaralynne's podcast: Just IngredientsJordan's Lifestyle Overhaul Guide 
Did you know that 67% of couples struggle with marital dissatisfaction for the first few years after having a child?Between role changes, sleepless nights, busier schedules, and different parenting styles, it can feel hard to prioritize and focus on the marriage.But the good news is that you’re not the only one struggling, and there are lots of ways you can support your marriage, whether you have kids or not.In this episode, Jordan speaks with psychologist, relationship expert, and author Dr. Tracy Dalgleish about practical suggestions for supporting your marriage in all stages.Tune in to learn:The difference between interdependence, independence, and codependence in a relationshipWhy your partner’s mood can affect you and what you can do to better handle your responseHow to get unstuck from having the same argument with your spouseHow the mental load of motherhood can affect a marriage and how to support your marriage after a babyWhat can be done to address an unfair division of labor in a marriageWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in this episode:Dr. Tracy’s IG: @drtracydDr. Tracy’s websiteDr. Tracy’s book: I Didn't Sign Up for ThisFair Play by Eve RodskyEmbrace Your Almost by Jordan Lee Dooley
When it comes to health and wellness, there is a lot of great information available that can help us make informed decisions and steward our bodies.And while prioritizing our family’s health can be a wonderful and important focus, it can also be easy to slip into idolizing, obsessing over, or stressing over the products we use, the food we eat, or how often we exercise.It can be a slippery slope that takes us from the best of intentions to living in a spirit of fear or obsession.So in this episode, Jordan shares a Biblical perspective on health and wellness, and how to make the best decisions that you can with what you have without letting it become an idol or stressor.Tune in to this episode to learn:3 truths to hold onto when it comes to pursuing your wellness journeyHow the Bible can shape your perspective on healthHow to evaluate if you’ve let good things become idolsWhat it means for God to be sovereign over your healthWhat it looks like to get back to how God designed us to liveThis episode will encourage you, challenge you, and give you the grace to approach your health from a Truth-based viewpoint!Don’t forget to check out the resource mentioned in this episode: The Lifestyle Overhaul Guide
Did you know that 9 out of 10 children show at least 1 symptom of sleep-disordered breathing in their childhood?Or that mouth breathing at night can lead to lots of issues from inadequate sleep to poor digestion?There is so much to learn about the functional world of oral health - from pacifier use to oral restrictions, mouth breathing, and the use of sippy cups.In this episode, Jordan talks with functional dentist Dr. Molly Hayes about everything moms need to know about holistic oral health.Tune in to this episode to learn:How pregnancy and breastfeeding affect mom’s oral healthWhy dentists discourage the use of sippy cups in children and what alternatives to use insteadWhen to end pacifier use and how to wean off of themA functional take on tongue and lip tie issues, and the benefits of orofacial myologyHow mouth breathing affects our health and what we can do if we or our children are struggling with thisWhy fluoride may not be the best optionWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out the links mentioned in this episode:Dr Molly's websiteDr. Molly's IG: @drmollyhayesBreath by James NestorCrunchi (Use THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order)
Life is hard - for so many different reasons. And while it can be tempting to try to get through the pain or fear ASAP, we have an important choice ahead of us.Do we let adversity feed our stress and fear and cause us to break, or will we let our adversity make us stronger and draw us closer to God and others?In this episode, Jordan talks with author Rebekah Lyons about what a resilient life looks like and how we can let adversity strengthen us.You'll learn:What resilience actually isHow civilizations have dealt with trauma5 rules of resilience to thrive in difficult timesHow beauty increases our resilience and combats scarcityWhy you can't build a resilient life aloneWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Rebekah's new book, Building a Resilient LifeRebekah's websiteRebekah's IG: @rebekahlyonsCrunchi (Use THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order)
In the age of social media, there is an endless amount of information on how to keep your family healthy… so much information that it can feel overwhelming and stressful to know where to begin. But keeping your family healthy doesn’t mean you have to make drastic or monumental changes! Foundational health practices that make a huge difference are often small and intentional shifts. So what foundational practices will help the most?And how can we simplify the process of keeping our families healthy?That’s what this episode answers as Jordan talks with Dr. Michelle Young. Together they explore how simple changes can make a big difference for your family’s health.Tune in to learn:The meaning and importance of epigeneticsHow to handle information overloadFoundational areas of health that have the greatest impactSmall and intentional habits to optimize your child’s healthTips for how to incorporate more movement into your day Easy ways you can support your child’s gutWhat to do if your child has eczema, asthma, or allergiesWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these links mentioned in the episode:Dr. Young's websiteDr. Young's blog on baby's first foodsDr. Young's Instagram: @dr.michelle_youngHealthy Families Collective
So many women who face unplanned pregnancies feel like the church is the last place they can go to for help, whether they are afraid of being judged or they feel there will be no support for them. While the church may be pro-life and has the power to have a huge impact, there has too often been a lack of practical, spiritual, and emotional support for abortion-vulnerable women. As today’s guest says, “Pro-life is a stance. Pro-love is an action.”So how can we as the church empower women with unplanned pregnancies? How can we give real help that allows them to choose life? That’s what Jordan and podcast guest Amy Ford talk about in this episode.Amy is the CEO of Embrace Grace, a ministry dedicated to equipping the church to provide support to women experiencing unexpected pregnancies.Tune in to learn: Amy’s personal story of facing an unplanned pregnancy and experiencing church hurtThe difference between pro-life and pro-love and why our response needs to be more than a political voteWhat abortion statistics can teach us about how to support women walking through unplanned pregnanciesThe importance of reshaping our view of birth moms and abortion-vulnerable womenHow we can do a better job of supporting women on a practical, spiritual, and emotional levelWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Embrace GraceAmy's book: Help Her Be BraveHelp Her Be Brave websiteHelp Her Be Brave QuizIG: @embracegraceincJordan's book: Embrace Your Almost
Despite how social media sometimes portrays the postpartum season as a beautiful and joyful time, postpartum can also be demanding, exhausting, and overwhelming. For many women, it can be difficult to slow down and enjoy this season.With a lack of sleep, adjusting to a new little one, and hormonal shifts, the continuous demands of motherhood can be a lot to handle. So how can you navigate the postpartum season well?How do you prioritize rest and giving your other children the attention they need when you’re trying to meet the needs of a new little one? What if you don’t have family nearby to help?And what if you’re experiencing trauma from birth that is weighing you down?This episode answers all those questions as Jordan speaks with labor + delivery nurse and educator Lo Mansfield AKA @thelabormama about how to navigate the postpartum season.Tune in to learn:What every postpartum patient needs to hear before leaving the hospitalPractical ways to support a new mom How to navigate the transition to having multiple kidsTips for setting boundaries in the postpartum seasonWhat questions to ask your doctor at your postpartum checkupHow to support your mental health in the postpartum season Where and how to find supportive communitiesWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Lo’s WebsiteLo’s IG: @thelabormamaUse THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order
It’s that time of year… the season of colds and flus and kids coming home sick!Throughout the school season and holiday travels, immune health is more important than ever.So the question is: what can we do to holistically support our family’s immune health?That’s what this episode is all about!Jordan talks with naturopathic practitioner Dr. Ashley Mayer (AKA Dr. Green Mom) about simple things you can do for a healthier immune system.Tune in to learn:The connection between gut health, adrenal health, and the immune systemHow to support the adrenals and why can’t you supplement your way out of adrenal issuesThe best natural ways to help support the immune systemThe difference between immune-stimulating and immune-modulating supplementsHow Tylenol affects the body, how to counter the effects, and natural alternativesWant to dig deeper into this important topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Dr. Mayer’s IG: @drgreenmomDr. Green Mom websiteDr. Green Mom VIPThe Vaccine Strategy GuideThe Lifestyle Overhaul Guide
So you want to make the shift to a more holistic and healthier lifestyle, but there's one problem…You have no idea where to even start!Do you invest in an air purifier, swap out your beauty products, incorporate more whole foods, or add in more movement to your day?Do you find non-toxic cleaning products or get a good quality water filter?With so many options, making the shift can feel incredibly stressful and overwhelming.So in this episode, Jordan breaks down four important steps to choosing a more holistic lifestyle and offers some guidance on where to start (and it might not be where you think!).Tune in to this episode to learn:How to create a wellness budgetThe importance of seeing health as an investmentHow to set rhythms and routines to help your health journeyWays to decide which products to swap firstTips for sourcing nutritious foodsWant a guide that will show you, step by step, exactly how to make the shift to a more holistic lifestyle? Check out The Lifestyle Overhaul Guide. For a limited time, you can get it on a Black Friday sale for $10 (over 60% off!). 
More kids than ever are being diagnosed with mental health issues from anxiety to depression to ADHD. In fact, we are seeing the most pathologized and diagnosed generation of kids ever when it comes to mental health.Yet today’s guest will tell you that the mental health crisis is a symptom of a larger issue: a mind management crisis.But what is mind management, how does it affect our physical and mental health, and how do we help our kids manage their minds and develop self-regulation?That’s what Jordan talks about with author and neuroscientist Dr. Caroline Leaf. Together they talk through research-based strategies to help support your children’s mental health.Grab your notebook and a pen to learn:The problem with how we approach mental health issues todayWhat mind management is and why it's key to understanding mental healthThe importance of the mind-brain-body connection and how it plays a role in mind managementHow “mental messes” from our childhood follow us into adulthood and can  affect our physical healthWhat “thought trees” are and how they can help kids understand their brainsWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these links mentioned in the episode:Dr. Caroline Leaf's previous SHE podcast episode on rewiring your brainBook: How to Help Your Child Clean Up Their Mental MessDr. Leaf's websiteDr. Leaf's IG: @drcarolineleafDr. Leaf's Podcast: Cleaning up the Mental Mess Crunchi (Use THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order)
Is it possible to flourish in the middle of the unknown and unexpected seasons of life?And what would that even look like?Those are the questions we’re asking in this episode of SHE.Jordan talks with author Grace Wabuke Klein about how to find purpose in every season of life, even the ones full of heartache or disappointment.Together they share personal stories and have a candid conversation of how to navigate life's challenging seasons and they remind listeners that God doesn't waste any season.Tune in to learn:The four different types of life seasons we experienceHabits, hurts, and heart issues we need to let go of and how letting go can help us move on to the next seasonWhy we can have confidence that God doesn’t waste anythingHow to trust in God’s timing (even when it's different than our own)What it looks like to flourish in whatever season you are inWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Grace's book: FlourishGrace's IG: @gracewabukekleinGrace's websiteCrunchi (Use THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order)
Breastfeeding is hard - no question about it!It’s not easy for everyone and it doesn’t come naturally for everyone.The truth is that it's a full-time job and can be really hard even with all the right training.From latching issues to supply issues to the social pressure and comparison a lot of women experience, there are a lot of challenges that can affect the breastfeeding journey.So in this episode, Jordan speaks with lactation consultant Aubri Lutz to talk through her tips for navigating breastfeeding.Tune in to this episode to learn:How social pressure and conversations about breastfeeding can sometimes be harmful to mothersTips for latching and how mother-led and baby-led approaches can both be helpfulHow to address supply issuesWhy it’s important to avoid comparing your breastfeeding journey with other womenTips for breastfeeding on the goA lactation consultant’s top suggestions for pumpingWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out the links mentioned in the episode:Aubri’s IG: @lutz.lactationAubri’s Website: lutzlactation.comCheck out the AirDoctor sale here
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about foster care and adoption.Whether it’s the idea that adoption is a backup plan for those struggling with infertility or the myth that biological parents don’t want or love their children, it’s time to replace these misconceptions with the truth.In this episode, Jordan talks with foster and adoptive mom Laura Hackney about the well-intentioned but misplaced ideas people often have about foster care and adoption.Tune into this candid conversation to learn:Why adoption shouldn’t be seen as an infertility treatment or a backup planWhy the idea that kids who are in foster care “aren’t wanted” or “aren’t loved” by their birth families is untrueThe importance of open relationships with birth familiesWell-intentioned but misplaced statements people often say about fostering or adopting and what to say insteadHow to hold space for both joy and grief in the adoption processThe importance of being the story holder for your foster or adoptive child and what that may look likeBooks and resources that can help you understand trauma responsesWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Instagram Accounts:Laura's IG: @thelauraaann@tinaa_bauerr@mccloudlife@torihopepetersenBooks:The Boy Who Was Raised As A DogThe Body Keeps the ScoreFoster the FamilyThe A to Z of TraumaThe Primal WoundCrunchi:Use THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order)
Raise your hand if this sounds familiar… 🙋🏻‍♀️In the process of trying to live a cleaner lifestyle, you decide to start switching out personal care and household products with cleaner, non-toxic alternatives.But as you start, the overwhelm kicks in and all you can think is… “Where do I even begin?”“What’s actually clean?”“Will these products still work well, since they’re more natural?”Finding clean swaps can be challenging and overwhelming!So in this episode, Jordan shares some of her favorite non-toxic brands to help get you started.She talks about the harms of greenwashing and suggests some of her favorite brands for:HaircareMakeupSkincareDeodorantBody WashSunscreenOral CareFeminine CareHand SoapLaundryWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out Jordan’s Lifestyle Overhaul Guide!Brands mentioned in this episode:Crunchi (Use THIS LINK for $10 off your first Crunchi order)Carina OrganicsPure HavenEvolvhILIAW3ll PeopleBeauty CounterPrimally PureBeauty by EarthInnersenseRustic MAKAEarth MamaBrickellDr. Bronner'sCocokindThinksportAll GoodRisewellTom'sDesert EssenceModereThe Honey Pot CompanyModibodiRaelLolaNatracareAttitudeEver SpringThievesL'AVANTTruly FreeMolly’s SudsRoseyBranch BasicsEcos
Have you ever felt unsettled in life, or felt like things aren’t how they’re supposed to be?Maybe you feel lost in a season of transition or you feel discouraged by a long season of waiting.While we don’t talk about it a lot, these feelings are common experiences for women in all different stages of life.So in this episode, Jordan talks with author Nicki Koziarz about how to navigate life’s transitional seasons from a Biblical foundation.Tune in to the episode to learn:The importance of recognizing where you are. not where you want to beWhat a survey of women in different seasons of life can teach us about experiencing life changesHow we can overcome self-disillusionment during times of transition and untangle our own unrealistic expectationsWays to live with purpose and expectancy even when life pauses in an unfamiliar seasonWhat the life of Moses can teach us about transitional seasonsWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these resources mentioned in the episode:Nicki’s websiteNicki’s book: Your New NowNicki’s IG: @nickikoziarzJordan’s book: Embrace Your Almost
In today’s society, “healthy eating” is often equated to eating more salads while cutting out gluten, dairy, and sugar.But are these trends really helping to nourish our bodies or are they causing us to eat less nutrient-dense real foods and instead consume more heavily processed, man-made, fake foods?As today’s guest says, “As a society, we’re eating more than ever before, but we’re starving on a cellular level.”So how can we learn how to read food labels and identify foods stuffed with fillers, preservatives, and synthetic ingredients? And how can we incorporate more real foods into our diet that nourish our bodies on a deeper level?That’s what this episode explores as Jordan talks with functional nutritionist Annika Duden. Together they talk about the fake foods infiltrating the standard American diet and why it’s so important to prioritize eating bioavailable and nutrient-dense whole foods instead.This is a juicy one! So grab your headphones and tune in to learn:What the metabolism is and what it looks like to pursue a pro-metabolic way of eatingWhat hyper-palatable foods are and how they’re causing us to be undernourishedExamples of real vs. fake foodThe problem with our gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free trends and how to source high-quality optionsThe best drinks to nourish your body and replenish mineralsCommon sources of toxins in the kitchen and swaps we can makeWant to dig deeper into this topic? Check out these links mentioned in the episode:Annika’s website and cookbooksAnnika’s IG: @iamannikanicoleJordan’s Lifestyle Overhaul Guide
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Aakash Amanat

I just listened to the latest episode of "SHE with Jordan Lee Dooley" and I'm absolutely blown away! Jordan always brings such insightful and empowering content, and this episode was no exception. The way she discusses topics related to personal growth, authenticity, and navigating life's challenges truly resonates with me. In this episode, her discussion about setting healthy boundaries and prioritizing self-care really hit home. It's a reminder that taking care of ourselves is not selfish, but rather a crucial step towards leading a fulfilling life and being able to give our best to others. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1e_3HZsNfuZZkripRSjQewyTxKY6u0V6khZR7QAlGabM/edit?usp=sharing

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laDolceVita714

Thank you so much for sharing ❤️

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Amber Weekley

love love love this podcast ❤❤

Mar 31st
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Jan 31st
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Amber Weekley

I love this podcast & this episode definitely hit home with me. I'm so glad I listened to it, to start my day!

Dec 1st
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Laura G Hayes

It is SO EASY and common to feel behind. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this. your perspective is refreshing.

Jul 28th
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Alexa Fox

Extremely grateful for this conversation. Thank you! ❤

Feb 16th
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Amber Weekley

Yay! New episodes! I'm so happy & I needed these badly. Tysm JL! Your self help podcast helps me start my day in a good mental space.❤

Nov 25th
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Megan Bourquin

Love this episode! Thank you for talking about this. Coming from a victor of sexual assault and domestic abuse.

Aug 18th
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Midnight Waffle

Thank you for discussing this important topic.

Feb 24th
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Samin Arzani

love it! that was exactly what I need

Feb 21st
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Nicole Guerton

#restinwhoyouareinChrist

Feb 2nd
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Amanda Baskin

Amen

Jan 30th
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Rachel Miller

I'm thankful for this message, thank you. maybe this topic should've been done at a little later date to where you would be able to portray your experience with less negativity and criticism :/ I just feel as if I listened to a rant more than a message. God bless your ministry

Jul 18th
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Ellie Ekatomatis

We need more of this topic. Excellence is a choice ... choose to be excellent!!

Jul 18th
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Coach BillieC

Thanks ladies, I so loved this show. Your honesty and tips about exercise and practicing wellness in key areas were on point. it requires consistent focus to create strong foundations and once they are strong you won't be derailed easily. Fit is a mindset that manifest in the physical too. Keep sharing and inspiring us to greatness. I am working on revamping my show and I know in my heart it is beneficial for those who listen and follow. Happiness and Many Blessings!

Jul 5th
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Amber Weekley

this is my favorite podcast rn!

Mar 4th
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Sharon Treharne

This is great!!! it's so important to chat about these things!

Jan 28th
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Alexandra Gail

So helpful! Making it a priority to be more intentional at work with my time this new semester & at home too, less screen time when my husband comes home from work

Jan 4th
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