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The path to wellness can't be achieved through just one thing. It can't be done by just working out, and it can't be done by just meditating. Being healthy is about doing many different things for your physique, health, and especially your mind. Today, we are joined by someone who did all those. In…

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What do you feel when you think about your favorite relaxing music, when someone calms you with touch, or when you receive a warm hug? It’s soooothing, right? Well, what would you think about having something that you can wear, and does all of the mentioned above? Interesting! In this episode of Th…

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Every individual carries a level of intuition. In fact, it can even be measured scientifically. But how can your intuition, or sensitivity and such, play a role in your life? In this episode of The Fit Mess, Courtney Marchesani talks about the book she authored entitled Four Gifts of the Highly Sen…

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Wearable fitness trackers. Everyone’s got one these days…or maybe more than one. You can use them to keep tabs on everything from calories to steps to the amount of water you drink. But are you keeping track of your sleep? Not just how much, but how efficient your sleep is to help you recover and b…

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In this episode, we talk with the very energetic owner and founder of ENERGYBits, Catharine Arnston. She started ENERGYbits after her sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and was advised by her oncologist that an alkaline diet would help her recover. We explore how Catharine’s desire to help and…

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KETO, South Beach, Atkins, Paleo, Mediterranean, vegan, vegetarian…figuring out which diet is right for you is enough to drive you insane. You’ve likely tried 1 or more of them with varying results.

Our guest this week says all of them have some aspects that will work for some people but not ot…

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Our guest is Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor. She is a Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist and author of: Whole-Brain Living: The Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characters That Drive Our Life. In this episode, she explains why we have much more power over what is going on inside of our brains than…

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There’s a famous scene from Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade where, in his quest for the holy grail, he must make a leap of faith by stepping out onto what turns out to be an invisible bridge to cross a bottomless pit. He clearly has his doubts and knows if he’s wrong it will cost him everything.…

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Eating healthy meals and getting proper nutrition and exercise can be overwhelming. Too often we grab the nearest packaged snack from the pantry or skip a workout because we’re just too busy or unmotivated. So, what do you do? For answers to these common difficulties, we turn to our guest this week…

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You don’t have to be a world-class athlete like Tom Brady, Serena Williams, or Chris Paul to experience the benefits of a plant-based diet. But the example they set sure makes a compelling case that it might be worth trying if you want to improve your physical performance and recovery. That’s the a…

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Hallie Bateman is is an illust-writer based in Los Angeles. She is the author of “DIRECTIONS: Really Good Advice for Getting from Here to There.” In this episode, we talk with her about following your intuition, overcoming doubt, and what it means to truly be alive.



In this episode, you’ll…

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Greg Everett is a national champion weightlifting coach, a documentary filmmaker, and the author of “Tough: Building True Mental, Physical & Emotional Toughness for Success & Fulfillment.” We talk with him this week about what being tough truly means, and why it matters. He shares practical…

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Our guests this week are Peg Donahue and Madeline Gerwick. In their new book, “Money is an Energy Game” they argue that money IS energy, and your bank account is a reflection of your energetic money imprint.

These two women are experts at "playing the energy game" in their own lives and advisin…

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Kelsey Darragh is a comedian, actor, writer, and filmmaker who you’ve probably seen producing hundreds of videos on the internet.

While she built a massive following and fanbase online, Darragh was quietly dealing with major depressive disorder, panic attacks, and chronic pain.

In this epi…

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"Jane The Virgin" star Justin Baldoni explains how his new book, "Man Enough: Undefining My Masculinity," helps readers think outside of the traditional definition of masculinity.

Baldoni's ultimate goal is to share the connection and joy that can be found for anyone who identifies as male on t…

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You don’t need us to tell you that food is important for health, mood, and mindfulness. The tricky part is figuring out which foods to eat and when to eat them. This week, Dr. Teralyn Sell, Psychotherapist, and Brain Health Expert joins us to talk about the connection between your food and your moo…

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Stress. We have all have it. Work, family, friends, pandemics... it seems as if our collective stress levels have seemed to hit an all-time high throughout this past year. While stress seems like an inevitable, natural response in our everyday lives at this point, it is important to know that it is…

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In this episode, we’re joined by Shaun Rawls. He is the author of “F-It-Less: 18 F-words To Reframe And Repurpose Your Life." We talk with him about how to examine your own life--to see if it is one you've consciously crafted or one you simply allowed to unfold. To truly listen to your heart and gu…

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In this episode, we’re joined by Karen Eldad. She is the founder of With Enthusiasm Coaching, a Leadership Psychology Expert, and host of the Coached Podcast. We talk with her about getting curious about who you are, why you do what you do, and how to do what you want to do next. She’ll challenge w…

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In this episode, we’re joined by Erica Mather. She is the author of “Your Body, Your Best Friend: End the Confidence-Crushing Pursuit of Unrealistic Beauty Standards and Embrace Your True Power.” We talk with her about how breaking free from the cultural messages that feed negative body image and s…

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Vibrant Blue Oils founder, Jodi Cohen talks about easing anxiety with Essential Oils.

In the full interview, we discuss using essential oils to tackle many of the common effects connected to brain fatigue: anxiety, crankiness, depression, loneliness, lack of sleep, and an inability to focus. Li…

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In this episode, we’re joined by Jodi Cohen. She is the author of “Essential Oils to Boost the Brain and Heal the Body.” We talk with her about using essential oils to tackle many of the common effects connected to brain fatigue: anxiety, crankiness, depression, loneliness, lack of sleep, and an in…

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In this episode, we’re joined by Steve Cook. He is the author of “Lifeonaire: An Uncommon Approach to Wealth, Success, and Prosperity.” We talk with him about why so many of us blindly pursue financial wealth, thinking that money will reward us with what we want.

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The healing power of cold: Use cold to strengthen the immune system, reduce stress and become more efficient. Hear the full interview at: https://www.thefitmess.com/what-is-cold-therapy/

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