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FULL show notes, Kel Galavan’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e14 *** We all know the saying “money makes the world go around”, but have you ever stopped to ask why? In this episode, our hosts pose hard-hitting questions about Western society’s relationship with money. Why does it take such high priority in our thoughts? Why do we sacrifice so much time to make money? Do we spend money to fill a deeper emptiness inside ourselves? Lianne & Corey wrap up season 1 by comparing good debt vs bad debt and sharing some thoughts about when it’s okay to enter debt (like to buy a house) and when it’s not (to buy clothes just because they are on sale or upgrading the latest tech gadgets). They share their favorite tips for saving money while traveling, and interview Kel Galavan, AKA Mrs. Smart Money, a money saving expert and financial coach. Kel shares her inspiring story of reducing her annual household expenditure by €27,500 after leaving a 16-year-long career to spend a year, the No Spend Year, home with her kids. For those who have experienced failed budgeting or saving plans, Kel advises the key is to know your values and motivations and to be mindful of what and how much you actually need. By the end of the episode, you’ll be equipped with new tools to make your money stretch further and to mindfully work towards financial freedom. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ ***  If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Chuck Jaffe’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e13 *** Want to know which news sources are trustworthy? We hate to break it to you, but you can’t fully trust any. What you can do is be mindful of things like funding, bias (both the news provider’s and your own) and engage your critical mind by fact-checking a range of sources.  In this episode, Lianne & Corey express the importance of understanding how the media has become interlaced in everyday lives, from background radio and TV noise, to discussions with friends. They encourage awareness of how the media can influence opinions you believe to be your own, and divulge how hidden agendas of advertisers are often spun as breaking news. Digging deeper, they interview journalist, financial columnist, and podcast host, Chuck Jaffe, to explore the inner workings of the media industry. Using stories from his vast professional experience, Chuck explains how to determine the trustworthiness of news sources, the role of politics, and how social media platforms have changed the way we consume information.  In case you’re wondering, yes, we’re the media too. So, are you going to take our word for it… or listen in and form your own opinion? *** FULL show notes, Chuck Jaffe’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e13 *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ ***  If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Francis Theo’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e12 *** Hopefully by now, you’ve learned a thing or two about who you really are by practicing mindfulness. Now it’s time to share your beautiful self with others. In this episode, Lianne & Corey explore common methods of expressing the unique way you see and feel the world, through dance, music, writing, art, and fashion. They debate the pros and cons of using social media to express yourself. Platforms like Instagram provide an outlet for those looking to share their photography skills, while others use social media to hide behind false personas and don’t present their true selves. Believing it’s never too late to learn a new skill, our hosts interview Singaporean artist, Francis Theo, to learn about his passion to sketch objects and events in his home city and when he travels. Francis explains how sketching helps him relax and tune out the external environment, then shares starting points and equipment advice for beginners wanting to take up sketching. This episode provides several prompts to think about how you do, or how you would prefer to, express your unique perspective. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/  *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Joseph’s and Ashleigh’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e11  *** We all know the importance of staying fit, even if only in pursuit of that dream, swimsuit-ready body. But it’s all too easy to buy into those one-size-fits-all exercise programs pushed on social media and TV. In this episode, Lianne & Corey discuss being mindful while you exercise to reap benefits not only for your body but also for your mind, and note the importance of listening to your body’s limits and setting realistic goals. They have not 1, but 2, expert interviews lined up this episode. First is Joseph Sham, a yoga instructor and the owner of Veda Wellness Ayurveda Center retreat in Kerala, India, who comments on different styles of yoga and the holistic lifestyle improvements yoga can bring, far beyond trendy activewear. Next up is Ashleigh Stewart, a health coach and yoga and Pilates instructor from Western Australia, who notes the importance of understanding how each exercise is working your muscles, and complementing fitness with the right nutrition.  The key message to take home is to accept what you have to offer in each exercise session, and never strive to keep up with the Joneses.  *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/  *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes Dr. K’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e10 *** An unfortunate fact is we’re all going to get a little sick from time to time. Even more unfortunate is the common habit of reaching for readily-available prescriptions to mask symptoms and return to the daily rush. In this episode, Lianne & Corey compare mainstream vs natural medicine and question the motives of pharmaceutical companies in their usual, hold-nothing-back style. They share personal stories of times natural remedies have worked best for them, and note common obstacles that may be holding you back from considering natural remedies for yourself. In a thought-provoking interview, naturopathic doctor, Dr. Karen DeVore (AKA Dr. K) explains the difference between medical and naturopathic doctors, and how the 2 fields can be complementary. According to Dr. K, natural medicine considers a patient’s holistic, long-term health with emphasis on prevention as well as treatment. Importantly, she advises that no two bodies are the same and the best treatment for one patient may not be the best choice for another. Dr. K comments on the use of supplements, lifestyle habits like intermittent fasting, and teaching children to make healthy eating choices. Find out how to get familiar with listening to your body’s instincts about what it needs to heal, so you can make informed decisions and choose the right remedy for your health circumstances. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Dr. Lynn Rossy’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e9 *** Do you ever find yourself truly enjoying the food you eat? Or is eating just something you do to stop your tummy rumbling while driving, watching TV, or talking to a friend? With food being so readily available in supermarkets, we rarely give our eating habits the attention as they deserve. In this episode, Lianne & Corey explore the relationship between mindfulness and food, asking the question ‘why do you eat what you eat’?  You won’t find any criticism or push towards a particular diet here, just thought-provoking questions as our hosts share personal stories about learning to foster healthy gut flora, consider the financial cost of a healthier diet, and ponder the motives behind the mass-produced food industry. In a friendly interview, Health Psychologist Dr. Lynn Rossy sheds light on the connection between food and emotions, explaining why we crave foods that make us feel better in the short term. According to Dr. Rossy, the food we place in our mouth says a lot about how awake and conscious we are and about the love and kindness we show to ourselves. By incorporating mindfulness, we can discover what our bodies are really saying about the foods they need, and discover a richer eating experience. Listen in to discover how you can develop a healthier relationship with food. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Paige Oldham’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e8 *** The 2006 book and 2007 movie “The Secret” thrust the law of attraction into the spotlight, making millions aware of their ability to create the life they want with nothing more than their mind. In this episode, Lianne & Corey observe the importance of focusing only on the things within our control, not dwelling on negative thoughts, and practicing gratitude on a daily basis. They interview Paige Oldham, author of ‘The Mindful Guide to the Law of Attraction’ who brings home the fact that attraction is so much more than positive affirmations. Paige describes our ability to attract what we put our energy towards, explaining that by obsessing over the things we don’t want, we attract those into our lives too. According to Paige, mainstream approaches to attraction are missing a secret ingredient – mindfulness. We won’t attract the things we think we want into our lives if there’s a disconnection from our true inner desires and motivations. By practicing mindfulness, we can learn to distance ourselves from that negative voice inside our heads and develop positive thought patterns through tools like gratitude. Are you ready to create the life you’ve always wanted? *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Terri Bowman's details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e7 *** Hearing the sounds of birds chirping in the early morning or waves lapping at the shore on a warm, summer day are well-known ways to relax and restore a sense of calm. So, it should come as no surprise that soundwaves can strongly impact our brains and the unconscious mind. In this episode, Lianne & Corey explore the benefits of listening to alpha wave music to tap into the natural state of rest and improve mental coordination, alertness, creativity, focus, and learning. There’s a tip for any university students cramming for exams! Curious about how soundwaves work, our hosts connect with Terri Bowman, founder of the Brain Wellness Spa where sufferers of depression, anxiety, and other common struggles are treated not by medication or talk therapy, but by listening to voice at specific harmonic frequencies and vibrations to tap into the unconscious. Terri shares her inspiring personal journey and explains how her organization can help people across the globe overcome a range of issues from insomnia, to mental health challenges, to attracting wealth. Terri’s inspiring story proves you don’t know what life has in store around the corner, but there’s never reason to accept the role of the victim. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Mark Wolynn's details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e6 *** If you only listen to 1 episode of the Forever Break podcast, this should be it. Even if you’ve never heard the term “epigenetics”, you might have a habit, fear, or anxiety you just can’t explain. In this episode, discover how these woes could be inherited from your ancestors and learn how to break free by adopting mindfulness. Lianne & Corey dive straight into a detailed interview with Mark Wolynn, the leading expert in the field of inherited trauma and author of award-winning book “It Didn’t Start With You”. By asking the right kind of questions, Mark explains how to identify unresolved traumatic events from our parents’ and grandparents’ lives, and even from our own early childhoods, that can impact our DNA and produce symptoms and behaviours we simply can’t explain. Amazingly, Mark keeps this fascinating and complex topic light on the science and easy to understand by newbies like our hosts. Prepare to have your mind blown and few cases of the goose bumps as Mark shares almost spooky yet undeniably impacting stories of inherited trauma in his and his clients’ lives. You won’t be the same after listening to this. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Dr. Bianca Acevedo’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e5 *** “You’re just too sensitive”… “why are you always so shy?” If these are phrases you’re used to hearing, you might just be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). The trait of high sensitivity was discovered by Dr. Elaine Aron and explains the 20-30% of the population with a unique way of processing sensory information. Even if you’re not an HSP, someone close to you may be, so it’s important to understand the trait to make life more enjoyable for your highly sensitive loved ones.  After taking an online test and discovering they are definitely not HSPs, Lianne & Corey decided to ask expert Dr. Bianca Acevedo to shed light on this misunderstood trait. Referencing research studies, Dr. Acevedo explains how to tell if you are an HSP, what that means, and how to look after your sensitive body to reduce overwhelm and experience the many benefits of high sensitivity.  If you’re an HSP, or know someone who is, episode 5 will prove you’re not as alone as you may have thought. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Dr. Arthur Aron's details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e4 *** Close relationships are something most people yearn for, but those in a romantic relationship know they take much more work to sustain than you initially expect. In episode 4, Lianne & Corey discuss the importance of knowing and loving yourself, understanding your values and deal breakers, and bringing the best version of you into your relationships. Discover your love language and how learning to speak your partner’s can keep their “love tank” full and enrich your lives together. Our hosts then interview love and relationship expert and creator of the 36 questions that lead to love, Dr. Arthur Aron. Backed by scientific research and a 50+-year-long happy marriage of his own, Dr. Aron shares advice on how to build strong, passionate relationships. He covers how to prepare yourself for a new relationship if you’re single, and for couples, how to keep your relationship fresh exciting once that “new love” phase wears off. In this down-to-earth episode, you’ll learn a bunch of new tools to mindfully improve your relationships, no matter what your relationship status on Facebook. *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/  *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, A.J. Drenth’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e3/ *** Have you ever wondered why you naturally do things differently from your family members or friends? Your personality type could be playing a big role. It’s not uncommon to complete a personality test at college or as part of the hiring process for a new job, but what does it all mean?  Knowing your personality type doesn’t just help choose the right career path, it can also play an important role in personal growth and developing a sense of identity and purpose. It can even contribute to choosing the right partner if you’re on the market. If you have often felt misunderstood or alone in life, reading your personality test results can provide an ‘ah ha!’ moment - almost like seeing a psychic or someone reading your private journal. In this episode, Lianne & Corey are joined by author and founder of personalityjunkie.com, A.J. Drenth, whom they quiz on test accuracy and the benefits of knowing your type. Listen in to explore the different personality type systems and discover why A.J prefers the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. If you’re curious about your sassy hosts, this is your opportunity to know them better as A.J breaks down what Lianne and Corey’s personality types say about them.  Expect many laughs and a few eureka moments as you learn how to further your education about your own personality type.  *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ ***  If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us out and leave a 5-star rating and glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
FULL show notes, Dr. Christopher Willard’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e2/ *** You probably know meditation is good for your health, but may be deterred by a common overemphasis of its spiritual components. Perhaps, like our hosts, you imagine meditation to be like floating on a cloud, chasing enlightenment, kind of like a modern-day Buddha. Discover the practical elements of meditation as Lianne and Corey share giggle-worthy stories from a 3-day meditation retreat they attended in Kerala, India, and interview Dr. Christopher Willard of Harvard Medical School. Having practiced meditation for over 20 years and even met the Dalai Lama, Dr. Willard is a full bottle on all things mindfulness and meditation. He shares personal experiences and insights that combine the spiritual and scientific sides of meditation, covering topics like physical and mental benefits of regulating breathing, self-awareness, and the importance of teaching mindfulness to children.  Let’s explore the wide world of meditation together.  *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us and leave a 5-star rating + glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
Full show notes, Chris Armstrong’s details, and links to resources recommended in this episode are available at https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/s1/e1/ *** Welcome to the first ever episode of the Forever Break podcast. In this episode your hosts, Lianne & Corey, take a deep dive into the topic of mindfulness, mulling over what it means to be present in the moment, accept change, manage stress, and switch off autopilot. Find out how Lianne & Corey are (and aren’t!) mindful in their own lives and learn alongside them as they explore the benefits of adopting mindfulness principles covered in season 1, from meditation and breathing techniques, to developing a healthy relationship with food. Mindfulness through the eyes of this dynamic duo is a fun place to start, but what do the experts have to say? Enter relationship coach, emotional intelligence practitioner, and award-winning diversity advocate, Chris Armstrong. In an in-depth interview, Chris stresses the importance of letting go of the judgements of others to develop self-acceptance and questions if you really need to forgive in order to find peace. Who better to start your journey towards mindfulness with than the witty Lianne & Corey? *** Connect with us on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theforeverbreak Instagram: https://instagram.com/foreverbreak Twitter: https://twitter.com/foreverbrk YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/foreverbreak Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/foreverbreak Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/foreverbreak Web: https://foreverbreak.com/podcast/ *** If you’ve enjoyed this episode, help us and leave a 5-star rating + glowing review. Remember to subscribe for more juicy episodes just like this one.
Trailer: Season 1

Trailer: Season 1

2020-05-0903:13

Get a delicious taste of what the juicy new Forever Break podcast is all about. Meet your hilarious hosts, Lianne & Corey, who will guide you on a journey of the mind with questions like... What exactly is mindfulness? And why should I care? Subscribe right now to find out if Lianne & Corey will come back for the rest of Season 1 on 26 May 2020.
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Henry Stoner-Redfern

Love listening really helps with life!

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Very relaxing to listen to

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New subscriber and really enjoying the podcast.

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nice listening

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