Episode – 031 Debunking Those Pesky Gym Myths

Recently, one of Kelly’s friends told her that she doesn’t feel comfortable going to the gym. That fear of judgment from other gym-goers is very real, especially if you’re an older person, but ultimately it’s a myth that keeps us from realizing our full potential. In fact, a lot of misconceptions about gym and weight training can end up holding …

Episode – 029 Cura.Te means Self-Care Fundamentals

Jenny Diehl is the founder and love curator of Cura.Te, a natural products company based in Durango, Colorado. Cura.Te specializes in natural products in large part due to Jenny’s concerns that unlabeled chemicals in products made by largely unregulated companies have much more negative effects than you may think. By holding Cura.Te to organic standards, she aims to put safer …

Episode – 028 Overcoming the Ravages of Overwork

Her foul-mouthed response to a near-collision on the road made Kelly realize how stressed and overworked she actually was. This got her thinking about which little warning signs in our lives can tell us that we’re working too much. If you suspect you’re burning the candle at both ends and really feeling it, check out the five indicators she’s listed …

Episode – 027 Backpacking for Beginners with Allison Boyle

Allison Boyle is a blogger, coach and self-described “outdoor backpacking mentor.” Originally from Texas, Allison moved to California and fell in love with the great outdoors (much to her surprise). Now writes about her experiences, and advice at She Dreams of Alpine, offering training and guidance programs aimed at aspiring outdoorswomen in particular. In this episode, Allison explains what converted …

Episode – 026 Belief Breakthroughs with Tara Wagner

Tara Wagner is a belief breakthrough coach whose services are aimed at self-employed women struggling with the day-to-day stresses of running their own businesses. For over a decade, Tara has helped her clients debunk and put aside beliefs that have held them back from personal growth and physical improvement. In this episode, Tara discusses how previously helpful beliefs can take …

Episode – 025 The Present Moment is your Superpower

We’re wrapping up our Superpower Month—well, Superpower Slighty-Longer-Than-a-Month—by focusing on what’s right in front of us: the present. Being present might not seem to be an obvious superpower in the same way sleep or regular fitness is, but you’ll find that centering yourself and your activities in the moment pays dividends. It will keep you grounded and compel you to …

Episode – 024 Fit is a Superpower

Superpower month is turning out to be a rousing success, so this week we’re tackling the obvious: how being physically fit is a superpower in and of itself. Not only is working out healthy, but building a consistent schedule around your routine and filling it with milestones you can look forward to allows you to maximize feeling good from one …

Episode – 023 Friends are a Superpower

You might have noticed there wasn’t an episode last week. There’s a very simple reason for that: Kelly forgot to record one! It was an innocent error, but one she ended up fretting over, debating whether to deal directly with the omission or just pretend it didn’t happen. It was in this stressful moment that Kelly’s friends came through for …

Episode – 022 Clarity is a Superpower

Unfortunately, life has done its thing and gotten in the way of Kelly’s “Superpower” month. So fittingly, we’re going to revisit an older episode where we discussed how to clear your head and maintain your drive even when life has tried to derail you. To keep ourselves on track and accountable when we really just aren’t feeling it on an …