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In the Mud with Vanessa Gobes

In the Mud with Vanessa Gobes

On this episode of the Plan Simple Meals Podcast, I’m really excited to talk with Vanessa Gobes, co-founder of The Chrysalis Center, about transformation. We talk about the huge transformations she made in her own life and why she started the Chrysalis Center. We talk about meditation as a tool that can change your brain (and your life), but only if you are ready. If you aren’t ready to give…

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Leap into the Unknown with Kerry Connelly

Leap into the Unknown with Kerry Connelly

The first realization you have to have is nobody is going to make time for you in your schedule to work on your passions.   – Kerry Connelly On this episode of the Plan Simple Podcast, I’m really excited to talk with Kerry Connelly who calls herself “writer, speaker, coach, Jesus freak (of the progressive sort).” She’s hard to put into a box, but she is somebody who gets the idea…

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Perfectly Unfolding with Julie Hannon

Perfectly Unfolding with Julie Hannon

On this episode of the Plan Simple Podcast, I’m so excited to talk with my friend, and shaman, Julie Hannon about how to bring more OM into your life. If you’ve followed my FLOW planner process, you know that the OM refers to the quiet spaces between the busyness—downtime, meditation, unstructured afternoons, walks in nature, a yoga class, journaling, reading, bedtime routines, healing rituals, self-care, and planning. We often put…

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Living in Your Box with Sarah Jenks

Living in Your Box with Sarah Jenks

On this episode of the Plan Simple Podcast, I’m so excited to talk with Sarah Jenks. If I have ever met anyone who truly walks her talk, and then turns around and teaches us all the lessons she has learned, it is Sarah. We dive deep into her story which starts with her longtime body image issues and how she finally made her life full of joy. We then move…

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Navigate Your Year with Kim Marie

Navigate Your Year with Kim Marie

On this episode of the Plan Simple Meals Podcast, I’m really excited to talk with Kim Marie, a transformational life coach and mom of 12 and 15 year old boys. Kim and I met in an online group for people interested in the Waldorf philosophy. I have learned so much about how I parent and show up for meals from the Waldorf classroom, so I knew you would love to…

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Holidays with Mia

Holidays with Mia

On this episode of the Plan Simple Meals Podcast, let’s talk about the holidays. I haven’t always loved the time between Halloween and New Years, but that’s changed. It’s supposed to be such a wonderful time, but for most moms I know the holidays are overwhelming. We do too much. We eat foods that don’t work for us. Kids get sick. Schedules are off. And we feel compelled to do…

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Trust your Calendar with Patty Lennon

Trust your Calendar with Patty Lennon

On this episode of the Plan Simple Meals Podcast, I’m unbelievably excited to talk with Patty Lennon, an intuitive entrepreneur coach for women and mom of a 10-year-old and a 12-year-old. Patty went from overweight, overwhelmed corporate job mom to a lifestyle she loves. She’s very open about it not being easy, but by listening to the little voice inside her, she found what was right and what worked for…

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Seasons and Cycles with Jenny Fenig

Seasons and Cycles with Jenny Fenig

On this episode of the Plan Simple Meals Podcast, I’m super excited to talk with Jenny Fenig, a coach, author, and spiritual brand strategist with three kids. And she talks about a lot of things that I’m super passionate about right now. One of the things we talk about is different seasons of our lives—and the actual seasons of the year. Jenny talks about embracing the energy of the different…

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You Cannot Plan For Everything

You Cannot Plan For Everything

Last week my mom fell playing tennis and broke her hip. Originally this was a week to get a lot done in my business. I have designed a planner that I am counting down the days to show you, but there are lots of little things that need to happen so that I can. I created the space. My 13 and 11-year olds were going to Washington DC with my…

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