Posts tagged Forties
#13. The Art of Nurturing Ourselves - Doña Bumgarner, 46

Thank you to everyone who has followed along with our #onekindsummer campaign. I am excited to start up our interviews again. With the spirit of self-compassion in mind, today we’re focused on the art of nurturing ourselves.

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Mini-Ep. 2 - Self-Compassion

The Dalai Lama once said, “If you don’t love yourself, you cannot love others. You will not be able to love others. If you have no compassion for yourself then you are not able of developing compassion for others.” Today is the launch of the #onekindsummer campaign on the pod, and we start by focusing on self-

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#9. A Year Later: Daree Allen Nieves, 42

This week Daree Allen Nieves talks about her year since losing her husband - while they were practically newlyweds – and her grief process. We also talk about the benefits of journal writing to find your voice, how personal development is truly personal, and how Daree is finally taking a solo trip to Hawaii – something she’s

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#5. Getting Kids to College Then a Diagnosis: Rachel Pieh Jones, 40

This week Rachel Pieh Jones, a writer living in Djibouti with her family, shares her story. Rachel is active in helping out in the international school she and her husband founded there and makes time to run in what is the hottest country in the world. She has a well-known blog, Djibouti Jones, and has a book coming out this

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#3. A Physician Travels the World: Dr. Cori McClaughry, 45

I spoke with my dear high school friend Dr. Cori McClaughry about how she has shaped her medical career around her desire to travel, breaking down the idea that all women want a traditional life. Dr. McClaughry does urgent care shift work and primary care at community clinics in the Bay Area in order to travel up to 5 months

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