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Are you familiar with the mind-body connection?  When your body is facing a lot of stressors, it can be easy to feel stuck. This is because your brain is trying to protect you so much that you can’t get out of a fight or flight response in order to heal, so sometimes it all comes down to getting your brain on board. In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Ashleigh Di Lello, who has a remarkable story. She lived on the verge of death for 4 years and battled chronic pain before overcoming what everyone thought she couldn’t. She did this by using the power of the mind-body connection.  Ashleigh Di Lello is the founder & creator of Bio Emotional Healing®, a revolutionary method based in neuroscience that helps her clients around the world finally break free from chronic pain, limiting beliefs, behaviors, and emotions to thrive in their lives! Despite being told by doctors she wouldn't live past her teenage years, she refused to give up and discovered the secret to rewiring the mind-body connection. She became an elite athlete, TV & Broadway star, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker. In order to calm down and heal, your brain has to feel safe. It is biologically hardwired to resist change, so doing too much at once can easily overwhelm it. Taking small steps is key to rewiring your nervous system and subconscious mind.    Tune in to hear more about the process of rewiring your brain so that you can finally break out of that fight or flight response, calm your brain, and start your healing journey.  Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  FREE TRAINING: How to Break the Negative Thought Loop & Master Anxiety & Self-Doubt:   FREE Mind-Body Blueprint:   Schedule a FREE consultation with Ashleigh:   Visit Ashleigh’s website: ​​   Follow Ashleigh on Instagram: ​​   Listen to the Body Freedom Radio podcast:   I would love to connect on Facebook:    I would love to connect on Instagram:
How do you feel about menopause?      Menopause brings big changes and it can be very frustrating for women to navigate. So many people get fixated on all of the negative aspects of going through this phase of life that they forget to celebrate all of the things that are great about it.    In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I am sitting down with Linda Stephens to talk about all things menopause. She’s sharing her tips for adjusting to menopause by setting healthy routines, listening to your body’s cues, and giving it the proper fuel.   Linda’s primary focus is working with midlife women (over 40/50 and beyond) to help them achieve confidence, exude sexiness, and feel comfortable in their own skin again.  Her motto is, “midlife should be the bridge to your new life”.    Linda has developed a comprehensive 12-week program that she teaches virtually to women around the globe called “Midlife Mastery”.  Linda guides women by enlightening them on how their bodies change post 35 years old.  Women in the program learn how to eat, move, meditate, perform self-affirmations, and what supplements are key at this point in a woman’s life for hormone balance, longevity, mood, and weight loss.     Make sure to tune in to hear more about how you can make your menopausal years your best years with simple shifts in your diet and lifestyle.    Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Visit Linda’s website:   I would love to connect on Facebook:    I would love to connect on Instagram:
Have you ever wished it was easier to gather all of your diet, lifestyle, and health information in one place?   As you may already know, this type of information is extremely important when it comes to holistic health practitioners. They need to look at the whole picture when it comes to your health, not just the problem area. In order to do that, they need all of your information.    Generally, this means patients are scrambling around trying to gather everything they need from multiple different apps or notebooks. It doesn’t have to be this way though! We live in a time where technology is evolving every day which makes things like this much easier for the health practitioner and patients alike.    In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Vanessa De Waal to talk about how she found an easier way to integrate all of your health information so that you have easy access to everything you need in one place.   Vanessa is the founder of FLÖKA, a platform that helps practitioners heal patients faster by syncing them up with their patient's real-time lifestyle context. Vanessa holds a B.A. in Psychology and has made it her mission to help more women heal.   Tune in to hear more about FLÖKA, how it works, and how you can get started using it today for a more personalized health treatment plan.    Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Get the FLÖKA app:   Follow FLÖKA on Instagram:   I would love to connect on Facebook: I would love to connect on Instagram:
Have you heard of biohacking?    Also known as “Do It Yourself Biology”, it’s the idea that you can heal your health issues on your own by making small changes. This can mean changing your diet, your environment, or exercise.    There are many factors that go into your health that easily get overlooked in a standard medical setting. In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Cheyanne Welton to talk more about how you can biohack your own health to heal, treat mitochondrial dysfunction, create new neural pathways, and so much more.    Cheyanne Welton is a registered Nurse, biohacker, and mitochondrial and nature enthusiast. Cheyenne experienced serious health issues related to mold and made it her mission to learn everything she could to equip herself and her family with the tools they need to heal from it.    Make sure to tune in to hear more about biohacking and Cheyanne's best tips for how you can get started.    Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Follow Cheyanne on Instagram: Join Cheyanne’s Patreon: Visit Cheyanne’s Website:   I would love to connect on Facebook: I would love to connect on Instagram:
How much do you know about Chinese medicine?    It’s something that has been practiced for a long time and has a lot of naturopathic aspects. One aspect is how connected everything in your body truly is. You may think the symptoms you are experiencing are totally random, but in reality, they can all be traced back to a root cause.   In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Christopher Motley to talk about Chinese medicine, the power of your intuition, listening to what your symptoms are trying to tell you, and finding the right health care provider.    Dr. Christopher Motley holds a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Logan University and has been in full-time practice for over 15 years. He has two office locations: one located in the heart of Nashville and the other in Franklin, Tennessee. He works with in-person patients and virtual patient consults from around the world, focusing on kinesiology, bio-feedback therapy, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) techniques and treatment paths of acupuncture, bodywork, supplementation, surgery, rehab, or medications.   You have so much more knowledge about what is going on in your body than you give yourself credit for. Your innate intelligence about your own health should never be disregarded. Make sure to tune in to hear more about the importance of finding a health care practitioner who will listen to what you really think is going on and how that can drastically improve your health.  ​ Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Visit Dr. Motley’s website: Follow Dr. Motley on Instagram: Follow Dr. Motley on Facebook: Check out Dr. Motley on YouTube:   I would love to connect on Facebook:  I would love to connect on Instagram:
Are you having your hearing checked regularly?   Hearing and hearing loss have way more impact on your brain than you think. In fact, hearing loss can cause stress on the brain which can lead to incident dementia.    In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Kristin Krotz to talk about hearing loss, cognitive reserve, modifiable risk factors, dementia, and how they all tie together.   Dr. Krotz is an Audiologist with over 29 years of clinical experience in both hospital-based Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) as well as private practice ENT and Audiology settings. Dr. Krotz studied Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology at the Undergraduate level, Audiology at the Master’s level, and holds a Doctor of Audiology degree from Salus University.  She owns and operates Hearing & Balance Solutions, LLC.   Hearing loss starts much earlier than you may think. At the age of 28, many of us could be experiencing symptoms of hearing loss. It is so important that we take advantage of those modifiable risk factors to prevent it as much as possible so we can stay healthier longer.    Tune in to hear more from Dr. Krotz on this topic!   Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Check out Hearing & Balance Solutions: Follow Kristin on Facebook: I would love to connect on Facebook: I would love to connect on Instagram:
Did you know that many commonly used products are filled with toxins?    Many people don’t realize that the products they are using every day may contain chemicals that could be harmful to their health. After a while, your body can reach a tipping point which can cause autoimmune diseases, infertility, or even cancer.    In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Kelly Carpenter to talk about the things you need to detox in your life to improve your health and decrease your risk of diseases.    Kelly is a holistic lifestyle coach and toxin educator. She helps people detox their lives and homes through lifestyle transformation.   Educating yourself on toxins in the products around you is the first step to detoxing your life and improving your health. Make sure to tune in to hear the simple steps you can take to start eliminating toxins from your life and home today.    Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Visit Kelly’s website: Follow The Detoxed Life on Instagram: I would love to connect on Facebook:  I would love to connect on Instagram:
Do you listen to your body?    You may think you do, but sometimes the answer isn’t what you think. That feeling of intense anxiety you’re getting? It doesn’t necessarily mean something is wrong with your health, it could just be your sympathetic nervous system sending you a message.    Our sympathetic nervous system sends us into action. It’s what motivates us and drives us. So when you feel that racing heart or nervous energy, it’s important to slow down, take a step back, and try to figure out what your body is trying to tell you. Is there something you need to do or some action you need to take? Could it be excitement, motivation, or anticipation?    In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Avigail Lev to talk more about our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, listening to our bodies, and changing our relationship with our thoughts.    Dr. Avigail (Abby) Lev is a psychotherapist, author, mediator, international speaker, and executive coach in San Francisco, California. She is the director of the Bay Area CBT Center, a clinic that specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help individuals and couples break unhelpful patterns, develop healthier habits, and improve all areas of life.    She has co-authored three books on utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to strengthen relationships and has presented her research at numerous conferences. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Dr. Drew, Bloomberg news, Verywell Mind, MSN, Psych Central, KGO, Psychologists Off the Clock, Healing Powers Podcast, Dateable, and many more.   Make sure to tune in to learn more about your nervous system, why it is so important, tips for listening to your body, and improving your relationship with your thoughts.    Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Check out Dr. Lev’s guided mindfulness meditations: Visit Dr. Lev’s website: Check out Dr. Lev’s books: Visit CBT Online:   I would love to connect on Facebook: I would love to connect on Instagram:
Have you or anyone you know ever struggled with infertility?  Unfortunately, fertility issues are something that many couples face and it can be very emotional to work through. As difficult as it may seem, there are ways you can work through it in a natural way. It all starts with going to the root cause of the issue and healing from within.  In today's episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Dr. Liz Cherevaty to talk about addressing fertility issues from a naturopathic perspective with her unique fertility program.  Dr. Liz is a naturopathic doctor, feminine leadership mentor, and the creator of the Well-Conceived Fertility Method™, an evidence-based program helping women & couples to enhance their fertility, enrich their future child’s health, and empower their journey.  In Dr. Liz’s first book, IVF Meal Plan, she invites women and couples to enrich their fertility success through the power of food. Her mission is to inspirewomen globally to embrace their feminine power so they can create their own definitions of truly having it all. No one can promise you with 100% certainty that they can help you conceive and achieve a positive outcome for both your pregnancy and baby, but they can simply help you create more optimal conditions for that to happen. Dr. Liz is here to help you do just that.   Show notes available at   Resources Mentioned:  Follow Dr. Liz on Instagram: Check out Dr. Liz’s website: Book a Conception Confidence Call: I would love to connect on Facebook:  I would love to connect on Instagram:
What’s your skincare routine?    People are becoming more and more aware of the importance of taking care of their skin these days, but there is still some confusion about what is good for your skin, what isn’t, and how to take care of it without overwhelming it.    In today’s episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Hanne Powers to talk about how you can start taking care of your skin the right way so that you can have younger and healthier-looking glowing skin for longer.    Hanne Powers is one of the leading skincare specialists in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area.  Hanne brings more than 20 years of experience in Denmark and the Northeast to her sumptuous spa, Pretty Please | Skin by Hanne Powers located in Annapolis, Maryland.   Throughout her career, Hanne has worked with leading skincare brands, including Dermalogica, Decleor, Carita, Nimue Skin Technology, La Prairie, and Clarins. Today her spa and online store offer curated collections from Amazing Space and Beaute Pacifique.  Both collections incorporate clean ingredients with the latest technology and help her clients achieve extraordinary results.   Hanne is a passionate advocate of skincare and believes that advanced technology, combined with pure ingredients and appropriate treatments can transform lives.  She believes that beauty is more than skin deep and she brings a holistic approach to her customized treatments for clients.  Hanne is a licensed esthetician, permanent makeup artist, nail technician, and massage therapist.   Tune in to learn more about treating your skin based on your skin type, the power of facials and skincare routines, LED therapy, skincare tips, and so much more.    Resources Mentioned:  Check out Hanne’s website   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram!   Show notes available at
In this week's episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, we are diving into another Q&A session! I have gotten such great feedback from you guys and love it when I get the chance to help you directly in this way.    We all get sick or have health concerns, and sometimes it can be confusing to know if you should pack up and go to the doctor or just care for your symptoms at home. I totally understand the struggle, and I’m here to help.    Have you ever wondered what you should do when you first get sick? Are you curious about if the fluoride levels in your drinking water are worsening your thyroid issues? Have you ever struggled with insomnia or migraines?    There is so much information out there that it can be hard to distinguish what is actually correct and what can’t be trusted online. It is important to note that these questions are general and can be applied to anyone but it doesn’t replace the need to see your doctor.  If you have a health concern, you should always contact your health care provider so that you can get help based on your unique health circumstances.    With that said, there is so much information packed into this episode, so make sure to listen closely!   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at
Do you struggle with ADHD?  It’s been a traumatic couple of years for everyone, and what many people don’t realize is that trauma and PTSD can present similarly to ADHD. The inability to focus, restlessness, anxiety, and depression could all point to PTSD or ADHD.  In todays’ episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Penny Jarrett to talk more about coping strategies with ADHD, her personal experience with it, and how to determine if you actually have it or if it’s a trauma response.  Penny is a Mental Health and Wellness writer, creator, and mentor who is extremely passionate about helping others understand and love themselves so that they can live joyful, peaceful, fulfilling lives, free from the weight and blockages attached to past pains and current emotional and mental challenges. The way she helps others in similar situations is truly inspirational. Tune in to learn more about what she learned about ADHD from her experiences with it, the diet that changed everything, interest-based nervous systems, and so much more.    Resources Mentioned:  Check out Penny’s website Follow Penny on Instagram   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at
Have you ever felt like no matter what treatment you try, you still aren’t getting any better?    Unfortunately, this is the case for many patients. They are fed up with incorrect diagnoses and not getting the results they need. This is why it is so important to find the right provider for your health needs.    You are more than a disease to treat. You are a whole person with a unique situation and circumstances. In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Erin Holt to talk about the importance of looking at the bigger picture in your treatment.    Erin Holt is a board-certified integrative and functional nutritionist with a feisty attitude and over a decade of clinical experience. She blends evidence-based practices, functional lab testing, energy medicine, boundary setting & humor for a unique and customized approach to women’s health.   She dives deep with women to get to the root cause of their health issues and finally get answers to their mystery symptoms. Tune in to hear more about the importance of finding the right provider, how your thoughts impact your health, and why you may be stuck.    Resources Mentioned:  Check out Erin's website Listen to The Funk’tional Nutritional Podcast Follow Erin on Instagram   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at
Many women are stressed out. By that, I mean their stress levels are through the roof! Stress impacts our body in numerous ways, and one of the biggest ones is our digestion. When we are stressed, it can make it difficult for our bodies to digest the food we eat. This can lead to many diseases that could have been prevented.    Juicing is a simple and effective way to not only help your digestive system but help you quickly get some of those nutrients and antioxidants that you are lacking. But what is juicing? Juicing is a process that extracts juices from fresh fruits and vegetables. When you drink it, you are benefited from delicious and nutritious ingredients that give your body an incredible health boost.    In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with my dear friend Lisa Consiglio Ryan from Rasa Juice to talk about the benefits of juicing and how you can get started incorporating it into your diet.    Lisa Consiglio Ryan is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, award-winning author of the best-selling cookbook, Go Clean, Sexy You, and sustainable lifestyle shop founder- RASA juice shop in downtown Annapolis. As a nationally acclaimed wellness expert and speaker, Lisa has worked with tens of thousands in her wellness programs online as well as in person, allowing individuals to customize their wellness and develop ownership for a loving, respectful relationship with their bodies.     In addition to her consulting practice, Whole Health Designs, LLC, and her brick-and-mortar shop, RASA juice, Lisa leads workshops and retreats nationally as well as in Costa Rica.   Juicing can not only improve your health and heal certain diseases, but it can also greatly improve your mood and boost your energy. You won’t even need coffee anymore! What’s not to love?    Make sure to tune in to this episode to learn more about juicing, how to get started, the health benefits, and so much more.    Resources Mentioned:  Check out Rasa Juice Shop Follow Rasa Juice Shop on Instagram Follow Rasa Juice on Facebook Follow Lisa on Instagram   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at
Do you feel like you have a pretty good balance in your life?    Sometimes, it can feel like we are on the hamster wheel of life just trying to get by. This is generally a good indicator that something is out of balance. We have to step off that hamster wheel and into the driver’s seat to find the positive momentum we sometimes desperately need.    That’s not to say it would be easy though. Growth requires us to be challenged and pushed beyond the boundaries of our comfort zone.   In this episode of The Dr. Kinney Show, I sat down with Emily Ransone to talk about how we can replace the busyness with more balance and achieve the type of growth we have been searching for.    Emily was one of those high achievers that looked great on the outside. Leading a 14-year career in corporate America, then owning two successful office furniture dealerships and two commercial real estate start-ups. But on the inside, she was deteriorating to the point where her body couldn’t produce a baby. She felt depleted, disillusioned, and full of despair.    Reinventing herself and her company through discovering the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®) she was able to turn everything around and today leads a healthy business and life. Emily was able to tap into an innovative way of running her $50 million company so that she was able to reclaim control and free up her time to focus on what she really loves to do.    Tune in to hear more about how we can start taking care of ourselves, learn to say no, and ask for help when we need it to find more balance. You’ll also get some tools and tips to help you start seeing positive growth in your life     Resources Mentioned:  Check out Emily’s website Check out the Vision/Traction Organizer Growth Junkies Unit Book Connect with Emily on LinkedIn   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at
Have you ever felt like you were living your life for someone else?    It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that if you just do this one “thing”, other people will love you more. Many times, this pattern of people-pleasing can be extremely harmful to our physical and mental health.    Today’s guest on the Dr. Kinney Show, Paul Fishman, had the realization that most people are doing this, and their health was suffering for it. He made it his mission to teach self-love and show people how happy they can be if they are working to please themselves, not others.    Paul is the host of the top 100 podcast, The Road to Self Love, and creator of the Self Love "Diet", a 6-month transformative program that teaches you how to say yes to yourself, ditch the people-pleasing, and live the life you've always wanted.    His mission is simple, to empower and inspire a sense of belonging in each of us. Paul has been lauded for creating brave space, building a fiercely dedicated community, and helping thousands of humans love themselves unconditionally.   It’s a lot easier to point the finger at other people for your pain but sometimes you need to take a hard look at yourself to see what you really need to change. The key to becoming a healthier, happier you is to habitually nourish the devotion to your own individuality.   Make sure to tune in to hear all of the details!  Resources Mentioned:  Visit Paul’s website Check out The Road To Self-Love podcast More information on the Self-Love Diet program Follow Paul on Instagram   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram!   Show notes available at
Did you know that the health of your pelvic floor can influence you physically, mentally, and emotionally?    Your pelvic floor is a collection of muscles at the base of your pelvic floor that is part of your foundational core. A lot of women are struggling with instability in these muscles without even realizing it. This can manifest as low back pain, stomach tension, constipation, diarrhea, or even leakage or incontinence.    Needless to say, your pelvic floor muscles are extremely important, and healing them can benefit you in more ways than one. We need to keep them happy, healthy, stable, and strong. In this episode, Julie Blamphin is back on the show to teach you how you can do just that!    Julie Blamphin has taught yoga since she was 12 years old. Now she empowers women to enjoy leak-free laughter and pain-free sex by stabilizing the core and pelvic floor. She is passionate about using movement and laughter to release the taboo around pelvic floor instability - which she believes is the key to rediscovering your sexy joyful self.    Unlike other Yoga Teachers, Julie combines physical yoga poses with a laughter practice and emotional connection. She values vulnerability, courage, positivity, and feeling sexy at every stage of life. Julie loves to laugh, dance, garden, travel, and speak Spanish. She's a Pittsburgh Steelers football fan and currently lives in Annapolis, Maryland USA.   The pelvic floor is our root chakra and sacred space for women. It is so important that we nourish and care for it so that we can find more balance in all aspects of our lives.    Tune in to hear how you can achieve more pelvic floor stability and improve your overall health using yoga.     Resources Mentioned:  Take the pelvic floor discovery quiz Check out Julie’s website Follow Julie on Instagram Join the Celebrate The Pelvic Floor Facebook group   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at
Did you know that you can choose how you feel by eating certain foods?  Many people don’t realize that the food you eat has a huge impact on not only your physical well-being but your emotional well-being as well. You can actually tailor your food to fit your needs and how you want to feel.  Understanding your body is the first step of this process. Just because a diet or fad produced amazing results for your friend, doesn’t mean it will work for you. Just like our personalities are all unique, our bodies and their needs are unique as well.  There is more that goes into health and nutrition than calories and hormones, and in this episode of the Dr. Kinney show, I sat down with Sue Van Raes to explain how you can start to understand your body and begin eating in a way that is right for you.  Sue Van Raes, M.S. Clinical Nutritionist, is the founder of Boulder Nutrition. Sue’s credentials are rooted in science, psychology, leadership, and life experience. Sue completed her master's degree in clinical nutrition and founded Boulder Nutrition in 2003, and has successfully merged a combination of functional nutrition and food psychology into her private practice.  Sue is a certified yoga instructor and passionate yogini.  She weaves yoga classes and yoga philosophy into some of her programs and retreats. Sue specializes in women’s health and she aims to educate her clients on whole-body health and science-based nutrition, while also improving the overall relationship we have with food and our bodies.  Understanding that your nutrition has a big impact on your emotions can be a huge part of your healing journey. Sue and I really dug into the most important factors when it comes to your overall health and nutrition including stress, hormones, blood sugar levels, and the many ways you can improve your health with functional nutrition.  Make sure to tune in to hear all of the details!    Resources Mentioned:  Check out Boulder Nutrition Follow Sue on Instagram Check out Sue’s upcoming retreats   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram!   Show notes available at
Did you know that your stress levels have a serious impact on your gut health?   This has been coming up a lot in my clinical practice, so in this solo episode, I am explaining the correlation between the two and then I am giving you some tips to prevent the negative effects of stress on your gut!   I am breaking down all of the different ways that stress can affect digestion, lead to a leaky gut, cause diarrhea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, and more.   To really understand how stress impacts the digestive system, I'm starting by describing what's supposed to happen in a normal human being who's not stressed in terms of the digestive tract. This is really important to understand for anyone - digestive issues or not.   If you think that your stress may be impacting the way your digestive system performs on a day-to-day basis, you aren’t going to want to miss this informative and helpful episode.   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram!   Show notes available at
Do you trust your body? Do you listen to your intuition? I hope so!   If not, my guest,  Alysia Pope, and I are having a chat about how to get in touch with your intuition so you can understand what the right move is for your health and your well-being.   Alysia Pope is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Host of The Purely Podcast, and Founder of PurelyPope, living in Los Angeles, CA. Alysia doesn't believe in resolutions or quick fixes, but rather that we should love ourselves and make ourselves our #1 priority year-round.    Her wellness philosophy all roots back to self-love. Part of that is the belief that we can both love ourselves and want to better ourselves at the same time. In fact, constantly wanting to be your best self is the ultimate form of self-love! Alysia believes in wellness that empowers you and lifts you up. You eat well to feel well and you feel well to live well. Life is about living & enjoying - so finding balance is key!   We get into what it actually means to be intuitive, why you shouldn't say “yes” when you want to say “no”, how to make sure you’re checking in with yourself and so many more really important topics, so tune in!   Resources Mentioned:   I would love to connect on Facebook or Instagram! Show notes available at
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