Your Mess Is Your Message

Your Mess Is Your Message

Today’s big idea is that the things about you that don’t fit an image of perfection are actually a source of strength. They are often actually what you’re here to help other people with. Distilled into one catchy phrase, your… more →

body police

 Turn In Your Body Police Badge

So many of us have internalized the voices that say that bodies should look a certain way–any anything that’s beyond that certain way, whether it’s in size, ability, skin tone, hair type, or other characteristic–is bad.  That means when we… more →

body's signals

Listen to Your Body’s Signals

Whether you call it a gut feeling, or a feeling in your bones, your body houses your deepest wisdom. The problem is that it kinda talks in whispers. A fluttering in your chest. Maybe a flush in your cheeks. A… more →

wearing clothes that fit

Wearing Clothes that Fit

Body acceptance is something that’s pretty internal. It comes from changing how you think and feel, and while I LOVE talking about the mind component of any change, sometimes you just want to know what to DO differently. Today I’m… more →

think about your body

3 New Ways to Think About Your Body

 Today we’re talking about 3 different, and probably new ways to think about your body that can help you feel better about it and you. You’re reading the transcript of an episode of the How to Be a Better Person… more →


Self-Reflection Rituals for Transitional Times

Today’s big idea is that in this pandemic summer, when we still can’t really predict what the fall, winter and spring ahead will be like, and yet we theoretically are out of the worst of it, is a very transitional… more →


What Fall Is REALLY About  

Today’s big idea is that it’s helpful to think about what the lessons, opportunities, and challenges of each season are; I did a similar episode on summer back in June that got a lot of downloads. So, let’s think about… more →


Let’s Face It. Transitions Suck. 

Today’s big idea is that, well, let’s just go ahead and admit it, transitions can be hard. If you’re a parent, you know that tantrums are most likely to happen when something is coming to a close. Whether that’s a… more →