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Science, Solutions, And Sprinkles

Author: Sara Jane

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If you strive to learn something new every day then this podcast is for you. We cover everything from anthropology and airplanes to biology, entrepreneurship, nutrition, productivity, wellness, and more. S3 exists because life is better with sprinkles! Support this podcast:
56 Episodes
Our bodies can detox many ways: skin, lungs, kidneys, colon, and liver. In this episode I explain in simple terms the detox pathways and how to support them. It is easier than you think. --- Support this podcast:
Coffee Break 13: God

Coffee Break 13: God


All that we call human history—money, poverty, ambition, war, prostitution, classes, empires, slavery—the long terrible story of man trying to find something other than God which will make him happy. -CS Lewis --- Support this podcast:
Episode 41: 2021

Episode 41: 2021


How am I kicking off 2021? Tips for a happy new year. --- Support this podcast:
Episode 40: Read More

Episode 40: Read More


How many books did you read in 2020? How many do you want to read in 2021? Reading is a great way to learn something new every day. "A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies... the man who never reads lives only one." - George RR Martin --- Support this podcast:
An introduction to my favorite question: "How might we?" It's great for problem solving as it helps get rid of some of the judgement felt when brainstorming. Listen in then try it yourself. --- Support this podcast:
Happy December! I love all things Christmas... especially the movie Elf. Learn about my favorite parts of the season in this episode about enjoying the little things. --- Support this podcast:
Book review and summary of "The Checklist Manifesto" by Atul Gawande. Build better checklists and get things done right. --- Support this podcast:
What do you remember learning about Thanksgiving? Is it a myth? What does it mean to you now? Listen to my thoughts and research on Thanksgiving in this episode. --- Support this podcast:
In my shortest episode ever, I share a great analogy on pursuing your best life. Advice inspired by my dog. --- Support this podcast:
Elephants can teach us a lot about leadership and teamwork. Listen in and think about career planning and job training. --- Support this podcast:
Getting creative again. Today we cover what writer's block is and some tips for overcoming it. --- Support this podcast:
Today we cover the core supplement line up that everyone should be taking, why they should be taking, and how to pick out good options for each suggestion (eg what to look for). Send me a message if you want a whole podcast on a specific nutrient. --- Support this podcast:
Be inspired. Where can you find joy today? New mascara? New socks? Countdown app? Let's look forward to something! --- Support this podcast:
Book summary and highlights of The New One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson. Learn how to be a better manager before you even pick up the book! See blog for related material --- Support this podcast:
In this episode we cover common causes of hypothyroidism, nutrition and supplements tosupport for your thyroid, and lifestyle tips. Learn more about hyperthyroidism in this short review. --- Support this podcast:
Inspired by Michael Pollan's new audiobook "Caffeine," I cover where coffee originated from. Who ever thought to make coffee the way we do today? Why are the beans roasted? Listen and find out. --- Support this podcast:
Episode 32: Do Less

Episode 32: Do Less


Book review and synopsis of "Do Less" by Kate Northrup. Great book about productivity based on menstruation and moon cycles. Listen and learn. --- Support this podcast:
This covers the research and best practices for logging your food. If your New Year's resolution is to lose weight... skip the gym membership, save the money... start logging your food. Listen to learn more. --- Support this podcast:
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Book Review and Synopsis of Peter Drucker's "The Effective Executive." Originally published in 1966 but is still relevant today for those looking to increase performance among knowledge workers. --- Support this podcast:
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