How do we deal with our addiction to screens? Author Brian Solis offer insight into how digital distractions can affect our mental health, and what to do about it. Kristen talks about her latest breast ultrasound, and Sarah espouses the benefits of a girl’s weekend for the soul.
The star of Netlfix’s series The Kindness Diaries chats with us about what he learned from relying on the kindness of strangers, as well as self-care habits during life on the road. Kristen laments her increasing ovulation pain, and Sarah talked about spring madness and the dash to enroll kids in summer camp.
Claire tries lip filler, Kristen can’t figure out how to travel without stress, and we chat with author David Essel about how only focusing on the positive things in life can actually lead to negative things, and how leaning into our struggles can be a path to healing.
Aileen wrote a viral post about the surprises your body has in store in your 40’s, and we are talking about it. We also discuss Kristen’s insomnia, Sarah’s live music bender, and the best essential oil sprays for a better mood.
It’s Claire’s first week as co-host! We are talking body image in our 40’s. Kristen chats with author Richard Watts about the tricky task of letting our kids fail, and we sing the praises of the air fryer.
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