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Sept. 27, 2022

Episode 79: A Certified Clean First Layer with Ali Schwebel of Vibran…

I know that many of you are thinking about how the personal care products you put on your body can impact your health, but have you ever thought about your clothes in the same way? Just like in personal care …

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Sept. 20, 2022

Episode 78: Women are Not Small Men with Dr. Stacy Sims

Women are not small and men yet for decades research findings on nutrition and exercise on men have been applied to women with no regard for our unique physiology. Our hormones, metabolism and our genetics are different, and there are …

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Sept. 13, 2022

Episode 77: Bringing Transparency to the Supplement Industry with Lin…

We deserve to know what we put in our bodies, be it in the food we eat or the supplements we take. Unfortunately, like with food and beauty products, not all supplements are created equal. The quality and brand of …

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May 17, 2022

Ep 76: Fiber Fueled with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz

When I started this podcast, I had a wishlist of guests, and today’s guest was in my top 3! I am beyond thrilled to share this conversation with the amazing Dr. Will Bulsiewicz. Dr. B is a leading authority on …

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May 10, 2022

Ep 75: Building a Circular Food System with Kate Flynn of Sun & Swell…

While working long hours as a consultant, Kate Flynn realized how very few convenient and healthy food choices existed. Having worked in the consumed packaged goods space, she saw there was a gap in the market, and in a true …

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May 3, 2022

Ep 74: Girls Who Green The World with Diana Kapp

In 2019, just before Diana Kapp released her first book, Girls Who Run The World, Forbes released their “America’s Most Innovative Leaders” List. The list contained 99 men and just 1 woman. Upon seeing this, Diana wrote a letter to …

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April 26, 2022

Ep 73: Find Your Voice, Change Your Life with Dr. Doreen Downing

I recently had the pleasure of being a guest on The Find Your Voice, Change your Life Podcast hosted by Dr. Doreen Downing. On the show, Doreen’s guests share how they have overcome their fears about stepping up and speaking …

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April 19, 2022

Ep 72: Adulting with Julie Lythcott-Haims

When my daughter was just 6 years old, I first picked up the book How To Raise An Adult. I devoured it. I earmarked pages. I told every parent I knew to read this book. Today, I am thrilled to …

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April 12, 2022

Ep 71: Redefining Success with Kimberly Turner Eng

Last year, an average of more than 3.98 million workers quit their jobs each month. In fact 2021 holds the highest average on record and has become known as “The Great Resignation.” While there are many factors that influence this …

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April 5, 2022

Ep 70: Uncovering Environmental Toxins with Dr. Jenna Hua of Million …

As you know if you’re a regular here on the podcast or if follow me on social media, I have spent many years swapping out products to reduce my exposure to environmental toxins. We know that these chemicals are around …

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March 29, 2022

Ep 69: Improving Human and Planetary Health with CJ Frogozo of Daily …

It’s a fact that convenience and sustainability are often at odds when it comes to our food choices. It’s hard to find quick and easy foods that are both good for us and the planet. That’s where Daily Harvest comes …

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March 22, 2022

Ep 68: Personal and Professional Self-Discovery with Sadie Lincoln of…

Over the past 14 years, Sadie Lincoln has grown Barre3 from one exercise studio to over 170 locations throughout the world. While fitness has always been at the core of Sadie’s work, her vision for Barre3 has always been about …

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March 15, 2022

Ep 67: Achieving Equity Through Education with Naomi Runkel and Kate …

There is no question that children’s learning has been significantly impacted by the pandemic. While all children have likely suffered, students from lower-income, English as second language families and students with learning differences have...

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March 8, 2022

Ep 66: Biocircularity with Noah Swartz of Erem

Sustainability is one of the biggest challenges facing the footwear industry. Shoes can contain up to forty different types of material, and once in the landfill, the rubber foams, plastics, and adhesives are likely to take hundreds of years, if …

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March 1, 2022

Ep 65: Give, Get, and Share Joy with Regina Ellis of Children’s Cance…

I started this podcast with the intention of sharing stories of hope. Today’s guest Regina Ellis is not just a story of hope, but she is a true champion for it. In 1995, after her five-year-old daughter Alexandra died of …

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Feb. 22, 2022

Ep 64: Tossing The Toxins with Allison Evans of Branch Basics

Everyday we are exposed to chemicals in our environment, our food, and our personal products. These chemicals can have a significant impact on our health, and while most of us don’t necessarily see and feel their impact, it’s there. Today’s...

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Feb. 15, 2022

Ep 63: Empowering Kids Through Storytelling with Jelani Memory

In 2018, Jelani Memory wrote a book for his six kids titled, A Kids Book About Racism. At that time Jelani had 5 children, 4 white and 1 brown, and a new brown baby on the way. Having grown up …

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Feb. 8, 2022

Ep 62: Changing the Game for Girls with Kim Woozy

What if the saying “like a girl” didn’t have a negative connotation? What if doing something like a girl meant it was inclusive, what if it meant having the strength and freedom of self-expression. That is the goal of today’s …

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Feb. 1, 2022

Ep 61: Reconnecting to Your Innernet with Holly Ruth Finigan

Support the Show Thanks so much for listening. If you enjoy the show, you can provide support in a number of ways. 1. Shop Beautycounter- The number one way you can support the podcast is by supporting my business with …

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Dec. 28, 2021

Ep 60: “And Then I” with Regan Nelson and Christine Grimm

In this episode I am trading places and taking on the role of podcast guest as I re-share my interview with Christine Grimm on the podcast, “And Then I…”. Chris is an accomplished executive coach and facilitator at Aria Consulting …

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Dec. 21, 2021

Ep 59: Less Phone and More Fun with Catherine Price

Hello, my name is Regan, and I am addicted to my phone. I am guilty of mindless scrolling, I feel anxious when I leave it somewhere, and I’ve been known to hide in bathrooms with it. When my attention isn’t …

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Dec. 14, 2021

Ep 58: Fighting Pretty with Kara Frazier

Kara Frazier was only 26 years old when she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. To encourage her to keep fighting, her friend’s mom gave her a pair of mini pink boxing gloves. Those gloves reminded Kara that she …

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Dec. 7, 2021

Ep 57: Kindness and Compassion with Lisa Fipps, Author of Starfish

Recently my daughter and I became a part of a mother-daughter book club. Our first book was an amazing middle-grade novel called Starfish. Starfish is both a heartbreaking and heartwarming story about a young girl named Ellie who, ever since …

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Nov. 30, 2021

Ep 56: We Are Brave Together with Jessica Patay

At just a few weeks old, Jessica Patay’s son Ryan was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Prader-Willi syndrome, and shortly after his diagnosis, Jessica received a call from a mentor mom from the Prader-Willi California Foundation. In...

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Nov. 23, 2021

Ep 55: Reimagining Menopause with Jill Angelo of Gennev

Approximately 25 million women go through Menopause each year and yet women aren’t prepared for it. They are embarrassed. They feel dismissed by their doctors, and they feel alone. As CEO and co-founder of Gennev, Jill Angelo is doing something...

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Nov. 16, 2021

Ep 54: Girls on The Run with Liz Kunz and Allie Riley

Today I am joined by Liz Kunz and Allie Riley from Girls on The Run. For 25 years, Girls on The Run has been empowering young girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively …

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Nov. 9, 2021

Ep 53: All-One or None with David Bronner

“IN ALL WE DO, LET US BE generous, fair & loving to Spaceship Earth and all its inhabitants. For we’re ALL-ONE OR NONE!”. These are just some of the more than 3000 words you will find on Dr. Bronner’s soap …

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Nov. 2, 2021

Ep 52: The Planetarian Life With Maggy Keet

The single biggest thing each person can do to reduce carbon emissions is to reduce the amount of meat and dairy they consume. Though food alone can’t stop climate change, the data is clear: we can’t save the earth without …

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Oct. 26, 2021

Ep 51: Fear, Trauma and Racism with Dr. Alisha Moreland Capuia

Fear is something we have all experienced in our lives, an elevated heart rate, tears, sweaty palms, a heightened sense of awareness, but most of us have no idea what it’s like to live with constant fear. Today’s guest, Dr. …

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Oct. 19, 2021

Ep 50: The World as Your Classroom with Michelle Schomp

Have you ever thought about selling your house and most of your belongings, putting the important stuff in storage, packing up your life into a few small suitcases and traveling the world? For the past 5 years, that is exactly …

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Oct. 12, 2021

Ep 49: Building Confidence with Jilyne Jarvis of ZGirls

Confidence. It’s a big word, and it’s something that a lot of people lack, especially young girls. Somewhere between the ages of 11 and 14, girls go from believing they can be anything and do anything to struggling with self-doubt, …

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Oct. 5, 2021

Ep 48: Accessible Plant-Based Eating with Nil Zacharias of Plantega

Bodegas are the lifelines of New York City. They are community spaces and grocery stores. They often serve as a primary food source, and they are accessible to all. It’s a fact that plant-based eating is healthier for you and …

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Sept. 28, 2021

Ep 47: Making The Impossible Possible With Mick Ebeling

It’s the goal of today’s guest to make the impossible, not impossible. Mick Ebeling believes that we can overcome any obstacle; with engineering, technology, willpower the right people and a lot of elbow grease. Mick is the founder of Not...

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Sept. 21, 2021

EP 46: Turning The Unwanted into Opportunity with Buddy Teaster

What if I told you the shoes and clothing that you no longer want don’t have to go to waste? What if those shoes could provide relief and create jobs? What if they could empower people to break the cycle …

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Sept. 14, 2021

EP 45: Protecting and Preserving Coral Reefs with Brian Zgliczynski

Coral reefs cover less than 0.1% of the Earth’s surface, yet are estimated to support greater than 25% of marine biodiversity. Due to both human influences and global climatic changes, the structure and function of reef ecosystems are being...

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Sept. 7, 2021

EP 44: The Life Brief with Bonnie Wan

Have you ever asked yourself these hard questions...What do you really, really want in your life? What matters most to you? These are the questions you will find in the Life Brief. The Life Brief is the creation of Bonnie …

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Sept. 1, 2021

EP 43: Pioneering the End of Waste with Scott Hamlin of Looptworks

Each year in the US, Approximately 17 million tons of textile waste are placed into landfills and Scott Hamlin is on a mission to change that. Scott is the founder of Looptworks, a Portland, Oregon based company that re-purposes and …

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June 29, 2021

EP 42: Seeding Change with Richard Yelland and Jeremy Black

Never have the stakes been higher. We are facing an environmental crisis,... climate change, soil degradation, plastic pollution and loss of biodiversity. While business is often at the root of these problems, it can also be a part of the …

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June 22, 2021

EP 41: For Goodness Cakes with Jaime Lehman

Is there a birthday cake from your childhood that stands out in your memory? For me, it was the cake I had with a barbie and the cake skirt around her. Mine was pink and my twin sister’s was purple. …

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June 15, 2021

EP 40: The Proof is In The Plants

We live in a world where we are bombarded with fad diets and food recommendations that, quite frankly, lack the science to back them up. Every diet claims to be the “best” and the healthiest, and it’s impossible as consumers …

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June 8, 2021

EP 39: Out and Back with Hillary Allen

Many of us have found ourselves at a place that feels like rock bottom, a place where we feel beaten down and broken and ready to throw in the towel. In 2017, at the very top of her sport, Hillary …

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June 1, 2021

EP 38: Modern Day Manners with Lizzie Post

Maybe it’s just me, but does anyone else feel like manners and common courtesy have been thrown to the wolves? I mean literally, people behave like wolves. In this past year I’ve witnessed the worst of people..rude, inconsiderate, selfish and...

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May 25, 2021

EP 37: The Politics of Food with Marion Nestle

Today’s guest is Dr. Marion Nestle. Marion is a consumer advocate, nutritionist, award-winning author, and academic who specializes in the politics of food and dietary choice. Her most recent book, “Let’s Ask Marion”, breaks down what...

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May 18, 2021

EP 36: From Surviving to Thriving with Dr. Sasha Heinz

The past year has tested us all mentally and emotionally. Depression, anxiety and overwhelm are all too common, and many of us have no idea how to begin to dig ourselves out of these feelings. I am hoping this episode …

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May 11, 2021

EP 35: Being The Crazy One with Stephen Gates

Being a changemaker is not easy. It involves rejecting the status quo and opening the eyes of the world to something new, something different and, ideally, something better. Today’s guest, Stephen Gates, is no stranger to bringing about...

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May 4, 2021

EP 34: Changing the Beauty Industry with Lindsay Dahl

When I started this podcast I made a wish list of guests, and today I couldn’t be more excited to bring a wish to life and have Lindsay Dahl on the show. You may know Lindsay from her role at …

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April 27, 2021

EP 32: Upcycling with Luke Mathers of Truce Designs

There is something I find especially inspiring about craftsmen taking scraps or something considered as waste and making it into a beautiful, highly-desired product. That is exactly the work of Luke Mathers and Truce Designs. Luke first learned...

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April 20, 2021

EP 32: Using Litter and Data to Inspire Change with Jeff Kirschner of…

Imagine a world without litter. That is the mission of today’s guest, Jeff Kirshner, founder of Litterati. Litterati is an app that is empowering individuals to make a significant, measurable impact on the environment. By capturing data through...

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April 13, 2021

EP 31: Building a More Inclusive World with Cody Goldberg of Harper's…

In this episode, I am talking with Cody Goldberg, founder and executive director of Harper’s Playground. In 2009, Cody did something very common for a parent of a five-year-old, he took his daughter Harper to a playground. At birth Harper …

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April 6, 2021

EP 30: Eliminating The Idea of Waste with Anthony Rossi of Terracycle

In this episode, I am talking with Anthony Rossi, EVP of Business Development of TerraCycle and Loop. If you’re not familiar with TerraCycle, I’ll make it simple, they are the biggest innovators in the garbage business. TerraCycle reuses,...

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