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Start your day with one simple thing you can do in the next 24 hours to grow into your best self. More people than ever admit that they want to be a better person (in fact, it has recently topped the list of most popular New Year's resolution--a first!). The How to Be a Better Person podcast with Kate Hanley is based on my book of the same name, breaks this big, amorphous goal into doable daily bites. My mission is to give you one year's worth of small but mighty ways to consciously evolve i ...
 
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Journalist and author Harriet Marsden is used to dealing with haters. As evidence, an anonymous reader sent Harriet a copy of my book (How to Be a Better Person), with a very passive aggressive note, and Harriet had the good humor to snap a pic and post it on Twitter.저자 Kate Hanley
 
When I first encountered the idea that we’re talking about today, I definitely looked like a meme of a person whose mind has just been blown. It’s the idea that in general, women are vulnerable to thinking less of themselves, chronic stress, and warped perceptions of their own worth because we live in a patriarchal society.…
 
Yes, doctors are helpful but the person who has the most sway over your health, is you. In today's episode, I talk with herbalist Kim Charlot of Eden's Leaves about how she came to embrace herbs as a primary part of her wellness strategy, and how you can use these gifts of nature to do the same.저자 Kate Hanley
 
Now that kids are home pretty much all the time, there’s been a lot of coverage in the media about how women are bearing the brunt of taking care of kids while schools, daycares, and now camps are shut down. I want to take a look at the reality of this, and not just what the headlines say, so I interviewed Rachael Ellison, co-host of The Breadwinne…
 
Let today be the day that you very intentionally assess what you DON’T want to bring with you into the phase that comes after the pandemic. Doing so will help you release those things--from your life, from your consciousness, and even from your energy--and free you up for what's trying to bloom in your life.…
 
I bet there are all kinds of areas of your life that may be ready for a re-boot. Your home, your relationships, your diet, your exercise routine, your car, your closet… I mean, phew! It’s a lot. A way to get yourself into motion is to figure out where the energy in your life is festering, and then address that one spot. Here's how you do it.…
 
Since a big portion of our lives happens online, it’s certainly worth some of your time to de-clutter your inbox. All those old emails hanging around in there are a looming presence every time you go into your inbox--and the average American adult checks their email 15 times a DAY.저자 Kate Hanley
 
Too many of us--especially women--only focus on being able to pay our bills. While honorable, doing so prevents us from thinking about how to build wealth and create financial freedom. Jennifer Barrett, author of Think Like a Breadwinner, aims to change that.저자 Kate Hanley
 
Let’s say there’s something that you’re NOT buying because it feels out of reach in some way. If you tell yourself--or someone else--that you can’t afford it, or you’re too broke--you’re basically putting energy in to this idea that you don’t have enough money.저자 Kate Hanley
 
Today I’m talking with Beverly Harzog, an expert on debt and credit cards and consumer finance analyst for US News & World Report, who has a great way of making financial subjects--especially emotionally-charged ones, like debt--very practical.저자 Kate Hanley
 
For the last year, we have all been having to make impossible choices. Deciding between mental health and physical health, and individual health versus community health, or financial health versus mental health. I share two guidelines for making these impossible calls more manageable.저자 Kate Hanley
 
Today’s big idea is that even though we are undoubtedly living through a time of re-emergence, we need to be mindful of how we do it. After all, we just went through something just epically scary and exhausting. Expecting that we can just rush back "out there" is gonna be a shock to the system.저자 Kate Hanley
 
One thing that can make you NOT want to re-emerge after the long pandemic winter is seasonal allergies. Here's a simple and powerful detox that helps you shake off winter AND ward off the spring sniffles and sluggishness.저자 Kate Hanley
 
What we wear is is a great vehicle for expressing who we are now. And frankly, since we’ve been inside wearing sweatpants for a year now, it's also something we might be feeling a little rusty about. Today I'm interviewing Elysha Lenkin, a fashion stylist with a holistic twist, to get her guidance so that we can come out of this feeling great and r…
 
There are many obstacles to creating and assimilating new habits that help us become better people. I mean, of course, otherwise we would all be walking around as the best possible version of ourselves and wouldn’t that be grand? Here's how to deal with one of the biggest obstacles: backsliding.저자 Kate Hanley
 
Today I’m interviewing Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, a New York City cardiologist, and author of Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum’s Heart Book: Every Woman’s Guide to a Heart-Healthy Life. Suzanne has been on helping her patients prioritize their own health by building new habits and breaking old ones for 20 years, and shares her best tips on staying on track. (She'…
 
Today’s big idea is that because habits are so unconscious and so well-worn, it can take a really big dose of motivation to get you to take action and then to sustain that action. The good news is that I’m going to share a great motivator with you. The bad news is that it is not all that pleasant.저자 Kate Hanley
 
I had the privilege of working with today’s guest, Dr. Daryl Gioffree, on his new book, Get Off Your Sugar and not only does he know his stuff, but he’s passionate about helping folks get healthy and just a really good guy. I get him to share his insights about breaking one of the toughest habits to break--and that is eating sugar.…
 
Habits are like icebergs--you can perceive just the tip of them, when actually most of them exist underneath the surface of your awareness. You can’t just throw some dirt and some grass seed on the tip of an iceberg and turn it into a meadow--it’s still gonna be a mountain of ice that runs deep. You need to see what's under the surface to truly cha…
 
Most people think self-care means getting a massage, or a pedicure, or taking a yoga class, but little things like doodling, cooking, and even stamp collecting can help you keep yourself in a good spot. Kevin, a listener who collects stamps, shares his perspective.저자 Kate Hanley
 
Whether it's with a partner, or yourself, sex is an indisputable part of being a person and therefore has a role to play in being a better person. It's also an important way that we take care of ourselves on multiple levels--physical and emotional. That's why I'm interviewing Alicia Gauvin, Executive Director of the Center for Sexual Pleasure and H…
 
Although there’s nothing pampering about trying something you’ve never done and, let’s face it, probably doing pretty badly at first, opening your mind and possibly your body up to a new skill or discipline is a great way to keep your mind sharp, and to expand your worldview.저자 Kate Hanley
 
While self-care is a wonderful thing, in can also be an occasion for you to come face to face with all kinds of different emotions--sadness, anger, grief, shame, agitation, you name it. And since many of us have a tendency to not want to experience some of these more uncomfortable emotions, you may find yourself wanting to skip out on your self-car…
 
Sometimes self-care is the equivalent of eating your lima beans (or insert your other least favorite vegetable). And while that’s not sexy or particularly exciting, it’s OK. Because perhaps viewing these not-so-pleasurable things as important self-care might help you actually do them.저자 Kate Hanley
 
You can here so much about self-care that it starts to smell a little off to you. I totally get that, and so does today's guest, with Macala Lacy, a community-based yoga teacher, mental health therapist, and wellness educator based in Los Angeles. She shares a really helpful re-frame that can help cut through any mental backlash you might have to t…
 
This week on the podcast is all about self-care--something we all need to do, and often need reminders to do, and now, in the midst of this pandemic winter, our self-care requirements are higher than ever. Also, what else are you going to do??저자 Kate Hanley
 
A lot of us are feeling anxious or depressed, and meds and therapists can help, they aren’t the only tools we have. One of the tools that most people don’t consider to be related to mental health is nutrition. So I’m interviewing my go-to healthy eating expert, Mary Sheila Gonnella, aka the Queen of All Things Nutrition about how to nurture our men…
 
Today on the podcast I’m sharing the final four books that are on my list of 8 Books that Made Me a Better Person in 2020. These aren’t necessarily the books I loved the most during 2020, although some of these were absolutely transporting reads. They’re the ones that helped me re-think things, have more empathy, have more hope, become more inspire…
 
We can't be part of the solution for a problem we don’t truly understand--the books I chose for this list will open your eyes, mind, and heart to seeing the world differently. More clearly. They will build your resolve to be part of the solution, and give you inspiration and direction on how to go about doing just that. While they can be tough read…
 
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