Mind blown! Yep, that’s pretty much the gist of my conversation with Lauren during this interview. She just downright knows her sh**, is proud of it, and best of all is willing to share it with the world! In her latest book, “Maybe It’s You”, Cut the Crap, Face Your Fears, Love Your Life, she gives you the straight up framework to truly make this happen by finally being honest with yourself and others. It is seriously hard core! If you find that it isn’t hard core enough for you and are dying for more (or just a different style of learn said framework), check out her latest offering called Inner.U at handelgroup.com. And if you just want some good love advice? Listen in to find out if all three of YOUR H’s are screaming YES! (Details inside) Ready to change your life? This episode will most surely do it…bring it on!
A thought leader in the field of positive body image and self-love, Jes is indeed what she claims to be…irreverent, a bit of a trouble-maker, and passionate about her drive to fight against fat-shaming, have women be proud of their bodies, and the movement to change the world by loving our bodies. A Tedx Tucson speaker (watch her 16:27 minute talk on her website themilitantbaker.com) she gives 10 things you can start doing RIGHT NOW to start loving your body. Listen in on our conversation and be prepared for a straight up mind shift!
St Louis Veg Girl, Caryn Dugan is on a mission: “A Plant on Every Plate” and for the last ten years has been striving to do just that. From being diagnosed with melanoma just 10 weeks to the day of her father passing away from cancer Caryn knew that she had to change her ways from Spam and bologna to a more healthful diet, but how?? It’s a long story and we go deep into the heart of it right here on the podcast. You can follow Caryn at STLVegGirl.com or visit her on all of her social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Enjoy today’s episode as we give out great online recipe resources and our favorite cookbooks to help you go whole food, plant-based and so that we can help Caryn get “A Plant on Every Plate”.