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  1. #213: Undoing the Damage of Chronic Sitting

    If you're like most men who work a 9-5 job at an office, you're probably spending a lot of that time sitting down at a desk. Then when you get home, you might be a little active, but then you'll sit down at your desk in your home office, or you'll sit on the couch and watch TV. All that sitting is not good for your body. Some doctors even say it does as much damage to your body as smoking does.

    My guest today highlights all this research in a new book called Deskbound. In the show, Kelly Starrett and I discuss the dangers of sitting, and what you can do to un-do all that damage. There are a lot of great action steps that you can take right away. Don't miss it!


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  2. How She Really Does It with Koren Motekaitis » Jen Louden: Friendships Belonging Lonelines

    Jen Louden joins as the new guest co-host to How She Really Does It.

    She helped start the self-care movement with her first book, The Woman’s Comfort Book. She’s written five more books, including The Woman’s Retreat Book and The Life Organizer that have inspired more than a million women in 9 languages. Many of you may have seen Jen when she sat on Oprah’s couch talking about the power of retreats.

    Jen has a new book out A Year of Daily Joy where you can journal to create happiness everyday.

    In this conversation, Jen and I talk about friendships and belonging.  Who better to talk about friendships than Jen Louden who has lead thousands of women?

    “How do I want to be a friend?  What kind of friendships do I want to have?  What effort am I willing to make for those friends?”

    ~ Jen Louden, on How She Really Does It


    Jen Louden Friendships Belonging [ 1:00:11 | 55.11 MB ] Play Now | Download

    In this conversation we discuss: 

    Belonging: “I don’t belong.  Everybody else belongs but me.”


    define what a friend is

    Seattle Freeze – no invites

    space to be who we are

    compare despair

    Mentioned in this Podcast

    Jen’s books A Year of Daily Joy, The Life Organizer,

    Patti Digh interview about living extraordinary in the ordinary of your own life.

    You can connect with Jen Louden here.

    If you have questions for our show conversations,  Email them to me.

    I appreciate the itunes reviews.  Thank you!

    When you leave an honest review for How She Really Does It on Itunes it helps the show.  Thank you for your time and courage to leave a review on itunes.

    Thanks for listening to How She Really Does It, the place where inspiration possibility meet.  I so appreciate your emails about the show it’s impact on your life.  I look forward to serving you with this show!

    Thanks for Listening!


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