After learning she had breast cancer, Heidi Kelly made the choice to grab life by the horns and live NOW. Hear Heidi's story of getting her cancer diagnosis and making the decision to start a "funky" new business and to live life as fully as she can. Heidi is handbag designer, producing one-of-a-kind funky fabric handbags. She is also a breast cancer thriver, helping women see the positive after a breast cancer diagnosis via social media. Heidi lives in Kutztown PA with her husband and dogs.
We all have stories we tell ourselves that aren't exactly true and that don't serve us. For example, "I'm not supported" or "My spouse is thoughtless." Learn how to change your story on this HappyBit...
Many of us try to change our lives by constantly attempting to fix our circumstances, our environment, our relationships. Dr. Madhu Bazaz Wangu says the only real way we can change our lives is by changing what's on the inside through meditation, self exploration and self connection.
Facing a problem? Learn how to zoom out, then zoom in to gain some perspective.
Some people believe life goes downhill after 40, but Barbara Bradley Hagerty shares stories and thoughts about reimagining life after 40 and using that as an opportunity to pivot and spend time and career doing things that a more meaningful.
Which do YOU prefer? I'll tell you my answer on this HappyBit!
Do you wish your household ran a little more smoothly? That your laundry wasn't a giant mountain or that you knew what you're having for dinner tonight? In this episode Stacy Myers from Humorous Homemaking shares some great tips on running your life and home a little more smoothly. She also tells us her story of overcoming a problem with body image and chronic under-eating. In true Stacy style, you'll be rolling as she encourages us to let go of "control-freak-ism" and to #ChooseJoy.
Think of that one thing you've been struggling with for a long time. Are you ready to stop resisting it, at least for a day? Try celebrating struggle for a day...
Have you ever struggled with a sense of perfectionism, wanting to be the perfect mom, wife or friend and on a never-ending quest to help everyone? Sue Lode did too, until she started to realize the connection between her self-talk and beliefs and the painful fibromyalgia she was living with. By addressing her past traumas through journaling and challenging the beliefs she had about her body and health, Theresa was able to restore her health and begin a journey of helping other women to do the same. Listen and learn how getting rid of your own "sinking thinking" might improve or even restore your health. You, too, can learn how to improve chronic pain by challenging your self talk.