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On My Mind with Meghan Telpner

On My Mind with Meghan Telpner

Author: Meghan Telpner

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I'm Meghan Telpner, founder of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, author, nutritionist and mom. For more than a decade I have shared my findings, my thoughts, ideas and details of what is motivating and inspiring me on my blog.

This podcast is an opportunity for me to share some of my writings with you in my own voice, as well as take some deep dives into conversations with the people who have inspired me, my work and my life over the years. Dive on in and if you like what you hear, please leave a review.
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Amid these challenging times, stepping into one’s own truth can feel scary and extremely foreign. In Episode 6 of On My Mind, I have a dense conversation with transformation life coach Xavier Dagba. With brilliance and warmth, Xavier shares his incredible wisdom to help us choose how we want to show up in the world, be loving and compassionate to ourselves and others, break free of other's opinions, transform and heal, and tune into our inner truth in order to express the full extension of who we are. Show Notes: https://www.meghantelpner.com/blog/category/podcast/ Guest Assets: https://airtable.com/tbll0YDFriCLQYpEa/viw5T3WnjsbBTA0G9?blocks=hide (no photo credits needed, as per Xavier).
In the 5th episode of On My Mind, I'm getting practical and hands-on with kitchen tips, sharing how you can get your veggies prepped and ready to go for nutritious eating. Vegetable prep is a key step in living and eating your healthiest way possible. It takes a little time up front, but makes meal times much quicker with way less clean-up. It also results in far less food waste! Having those veggies cut, prepped and available makes it much, much more likely that you (and others in your household) will eat and cook with them.
Have you stopped listening? Have all of us?⁠ In this fourth episode of the On My Mind Podcast, I am delving into a topic that is probably more relevant today than ever and something that most of us don't do enough – listening. Or rather, being open to the idea that our minds are never really made up. ⁠ Decisions, thoughts, and ideas are not, in fact, concrete. We may also have differing opinions from one another, which is okay – just because we may not agree, it doesn’t mean we have to cast labels on each other.⁠ ⁠What we think today isn’t set in stone. We may even find that the root of our suffering is actually stemming from thoughts and beliefs that don’t serve us – so we must be open to evolving.⁠ I hope that in these few short lines, I've convinced you to "listen" to this episode and join me on this journey to evolution and openness. ⁠
As a society, we are at record-breaking levels of personal debt. We are not happier for all the consumption. And our planet isn't either. It can be so easy to fall into a pattern where we are working more, to earn more, to buy more, to take fancier trips, have nicer cars, nicer clothes, and as a result have less time to enjoy the simple pleasures that come from being present with the everyday life we have created for ourselves. Having the intention to live with less dramatically simplifies life and reduces stress while increasing our ability to be present in the moment. And there are less decisions that need to be made. In this episode, I share the five biggest minimalist changes I've made that have had the greatest - and continuous - impact on my life.
In Episode 2 of On My Mind, I have a chat with mindset coach Catherine Farquharson and she drops gems of wisdom one after the other. We delve into how liberating it is to ask yourself BIG questions and be brave enough to answer them, choosing why or why not to have children, what it takes to leave a career when you're at your peak and so much more.⁠ ⁠It's an intimate conversation that will impact how you think about your own reality, the path that you are on, and perhaps even spark the courage to listen to the little whisper in your mind and turn up the volume. ⁠ Show Notes: https://www.meghantelpner.com/blog/category/podcast/
In the very first episode of On My Mind, I'm tackling the barrel effect and how to deal with overwhelm. I often use the phrase ‘full to the brim’ to describe how I feel when it’s all about to overflow and spill on out. As we creep closer and closer to the end of what was, collectively as a global human population, the most unexpected, unpredictable, uncertain, and perhaps even unexplainable time, there’s a good chance we’re all reaching that point of an overflowing barrel, if we’re not already there. We are overwhelmed and it’s having an effect on our health - and I share what we can do if that barrel overflows. ⁠ Show Notes: https://www.meghantelpner.com/blog/category/podcast/
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I'm Meghan Telpner, founder of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, author, nutritionist and mom. For more than a decade I have shared my findings, my thoughts, ideas and details of what is motivating and inspiring me on my blog. This podcast is an opportunity for me to share some of my writings with you in my own voice, as well as take some deep dives into conversations with the people who have inspired me, my work and my life over the years. Dive on in and if you like what you hear, please leave a review.
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