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Vibrant Happy Women

The Vibrant Happy Women Podcast is for overwhelmed women who want to get off the hamster wheel and start making time for themselves (without the guilt) so they can live happy, balanced, heart-centered lives. You’ll learn from Happiness Strategist Dr. Jen Riday as she shares proven tips and tools that will help you “get your SPARKLE back” in all areas of your life, including self love, confidence, healthy boundaries, time management, parenting, marriage, health, finances, goal setting and much more!! If you want to go “all in” and take your learning to the next level, join us in the Vibrant Happy Women Club. Learn more at JenRiday.com.
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Now displaying: September, 2016
Sep 29, 2016

Does fear ever prevent you from being creative and getting outside of your comfort zone? Learn how to let fear be along for the ride...
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Sep 27, 2016

Taya Kyle shares her story of forgiveness and moving forward after her husband Chris Kyle was murdered by someone he was trying to help. Taya Kyle is the wife of the late U.S. Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle and the author of the New York Times bestselling book, American Wife. In her book she opens up about the trials and triumphs of life with and without Chris Kyle, and ultimately finding her place in the midst of the journey. Since the time of the tragic death of her husband Chris Kyle - himself the author of the New York Times bestselling book and Academy Award-winning motion picture, American Sniper – Taya has served as Executive Director of the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation, which serves first responder and military marriages. Taya is a frequent speaker for various organizations. She is a proud mother and resides in Texas with her family.

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Sep 22, 2016

Do you ever feel like, "Ugh! I'm crazy busy and have no time for anything I really want to do." Learn how to shift that and start feeling like you have all the time in the world.

Sep 19, 2016

Melissa Joulwan had perfect health - excellent fitness, high energy, amazing strength - only to have it all come crashing down when a nodule on her thyroid ended in a complete thyroidectomy (removal of her thyroid). Hear Mel's story of growth and comeback and how she learned to stop comparing herself to others as well as to stop comparing herself to the "old Mel."

Sep 15, 2016

We often live to achieve the next goal, perhaps a raise or losing weight or finding love. In this HappyBit I'll show you how to shift your thinking and realize your life is already perfect, just the way it is.

Sep 13, 2016

When she was 24 weeks pregnant, Scarlet Paolicchi received the terrible news that her pregnancy had ended in fetal demise. Scarlet shares how writing and connection with friends helped her through the grieving process.

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Sep 8, 2016

I'm not good enough. There's never enough time. I wish we had more money...

Our brain seems almost wired to focus on what's lacking.

In this HappyBit I'll offer a suggestion on how you can begin to shift from a mindset of scarcity into a mindset of abundance.

And to learn a step-by-step approach to shifting into abundance, join us in the Vibrant Happy Living Community at www.vibranthappyliving.com

Sep 6, 2016

Cindy Beall's husband dropped a metaphorical bomb one day when he confessed to multiple acts of infidelity and an out-of-control pornography addiction. Cindy shares her journey of grief, healing and forgiveness and how she was able to come out of that struggle as a victor instead of a victim.

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Sep 1, 2016

We have good intentions to get fit, lose weight and exercise. But so often after a couple of weeks or months, we "fall off the wagon" as they say.

How can we exercise more consistently and truly make it a part of our morning routine?

In this HappyBit I share a couple of tips that have helped me to consistently exercise, even with (or perhaps despite) having 6 kids.

It boils down to feeling good and increasing happiness. And that's one thing no mom should ever give up!

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