#Aging Backwards is definitely the theme of today’s podcast guest, Elysabeth Alfano who started her own production company, has interviewed too many celebrities to count and brought them together to eat and connect, and now her latest venture into podcasting - ALL AFTER AGE 40! Not to mention celebrating her silver, going vegan, and standing in her power in all sorts of ways. Elysabeth is full of positive energy that is seriously contagious and is rockin’ this next stage of her life. Enjoy the heck out of this interview - I know I did!
Is forgiveness a one-time thing? Is it possible to forgive what seems like the ultimate unforgivable act? Are angels real? Do you believe in miracles? Even after something as tragic as having your child murdered? Alissa Parker is one of the parents who lost their child during the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting that happened on December 14th, 2012. Her 6-year old daughter, 19 other children, and 6 adults were among the victims that day. Alissa opens up about that day, the days that followed, how she found her way. She tells us of miracles, of where her darling Emilie is now, her book, and the focus of her attention outside her family these days in her non-profit organization, Safe and Sound Schools. This is a true testament of taking a horrific “sucking lemons” moment, the searching and finding of the “sugar” (over and over again), that has made her find her “sweet lemonade”. Join us with tissues and honor for this amazing woman.
Fairytales are not just for girls and today’s guest author, Jody Smith brings this point home by quite literally breaking the traditional mold of fairytales and making her heroine save herself! In her first book, Princess Monroe, Jody brings to light the fact that while we may love the tiara’s and the lace and the sparkly things, we also love to mountain bike, rock climb, get dirty, play musical instruments and create BIG dreams. This lovely mamapreneur has ditched the title of “busy” and has donned the new title of “empowered with purpose”. I know you are going to enjoy this lively and lovely conversation with this amazing woman. Please enjoy this week’s podcast with Jody Smith!
Money Methodology as an Art Form? YES!! Bari Tessler, M.A., is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach, Mamaprenuer and the Founder of The Art of Money. Wanna know what the three phases of her money methodology are? Of course you do! Money Healing, Money Practices, and Money Maps. Do you have shame around your money? Perhaps around your spending habits? Bari will help you lay that to rest and begin your brand new Money Story starting with immediate advice found within the headphones of this podcast interview. The best “feel-good” quote from this podcast was this: “Trust your timing. Not anyone else’s. Especially with money.” Stop comparing, stop blaming, stop shaming, and feel good about your Money Story starting now!