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Soul Spaces: Connection, Relationship & Earthing (E13)

7/15/2018
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Mental Health, Suicide, Connection, Relationship, Grounding & Earthing. How the Earth element can be represented in the built environment to invite relationship, connection, and love. Challenge to make a connection and have a meaningful conversation with someone or a group of people.

Duration:00:29:15

Soul Spaces Introduction and Letting Go (E11)

6/16/2018
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My special summer series is going to be called Soul Spaces. It's a series of shorter episodes that are meant to help you rethink creating beautiful and healing spaces that support you in your everyday life in a slow, thoughtful, and intentional way. Beauty is a necessary aspect and we're going to talk about getting past the stereotypes of perfection and what that means to each individual person.

Duration:00:23:46

Steve Linebaugh: Creative Lifestyle, Art, Writing, Depression and Nature (10)

5/26/2018
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Steven Gorden Linebaugh says from an early age he suffered from depression. He says his feelings of well-being have been cultivated in nature and it started at an early age. Nature is a common thread in everything he does and you will see that reflected in his writing and artwork. You will even hear him talk about the deep meaning nature has in his life through metaphors throughout this podcast episode. Steve shared with me that he wishes society was at a place where we can talk about...

Duration:00:36:26

Lydia Romero-Johnson: Nurse, Integrative Nutrition Expert & Autoimmune Thriver (E9)

5/19/2018
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Stomach issues, severe fatigue, rashes, and eventually joint pain and swelling that went on for years into adulthood. These are some of the symptoms that Lydia Romero-Johnson experienced from the time she was a young child. She struggled with her health until she was diagnosed with Lupus and Celiac Disease in 2006. She was a wife and mother of two young boys and was struggling. She eventually became so tired of her situation that she decided she had to take action. Lydia used her...

Duration:00:45:07

Erin Clark: Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design (8)

5/12/2018
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Erin Clark RN, MS, EDAC has been a nurse for 13 years and has a background in a variety of clinical settings including critical care, acute care, ambulatory care and home health nursing. Erin earned a graduate degree in Nursing Leadership and Healthcare Design and works as a project manager handling operations and transitions planning for organizations moving into new hospitals across the US. Erin Serves as the marketing and communications board member of the Nursing Institute for...

Duration:00:59:26

Susan Wintersteen: Savvy Giving by Design (E7)

5/5/2018
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Susan Wintersteen is the founder of Savvy Giving by Design, a non-profit organization that creates specially designed rooms for children facing a medical crisis. Susan’s journey and growth of Savvy Giving by Design started with an ask for someone a child in her community facing a cancer diagnosis. A friend organizing a food train and Susan, admittedly not a cook, offered to do a room reno instead. The family accepted and Susan was hooked. Often times people facing serious medical crisis...

Duration:01:00:19

Rhea Mader: Nature Inspirations & Earth Day Love (E6)

4/21/2018
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In honor of Earth Day on the 22nd, I wanted to do a podcast about my love of nature and how we humans can heal our Great Mother and how she heals us. What special thing are you doing for earth day? Get some tips and ideas in this podcast session. I also share my journey into green interior architecture and design and how it brought me back to my farm girl roots and my inherent love of nature. I never wanted to be a designer when I was younger, but I tell a story about my start in building...

Duration:00:34:35

Amy Kay Pavlovich: It's Never Just Retail With Fair Trade (E5)

4/14/2018
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Amy Kay Pavlovich shares with us how fair trade is part of her ministry and faith. Many of us are at least familiar with what fair trade is but we may not know all of the inner workings of what goes into running a fair trade shop. Amy Kay shares with us how she finds artisans for her fair trade store, Connected, in Lindsborg, Salina, and Manhattan Kansas. Amy Kay has a great sense of humor and helps us see the importance of fair trade, which can sometimes be overwhelming. One of the things...

Duration:00:54:17

Nichole Kain: Living At Home Longer With Joy (E4)

4/7/2018
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Living at Home Longer with Joy Nichole Kain and Rhea Mader are two women focused on creating better living environments for elders. Nichole is the founder of Home and Place Project, an Occupational Therapist and Environmental Gerontologist with a passion for bringing professionals like interior designers, architects, contractors, and even researchers together to have meaningful conversations about aging in place. As a Certified Aging in Place Specialist, Nichole has a deep appreciation for...

Duration:00:39:45

Susan Inglis: Sustainable Furnishings, What's It Made Of? (E3)

3/31/2018
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Susan Inglis is the executive director of the Sustainable Furnishings Council. Susan shares the importance of selecting eco-friendly furnishings and gives us some questions we should be asking before we buy. Questions like: what's it made of, was deforestation part of making this, can it be recycled, and so on. We talk about the lifecycle of products and myth bust the cost of sustainable manufacturing as well as the cost of not being green. Hint, it's beyond money. She tells us more about...

Duration:00:49:15

Peter Blanchard: Nature Photography and Healing Art (E2)

3/24/2018
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Peter C Blanchard is a nature photographer and founder of Manifest Photo. Through his artistic eye and the lens of a camera, Peter captures the natural beauty of Mother Nature and creates art that heals. Peter is committed to using his art to bring relief and joy to healing environments by aligning with evidence-based art research. Research that shows viewing imagery with specific elements can have powerful benefits such as reducing anxiety, lowering blood pressure, relieving physical...

Duration:00:53:40

Anthony Cirillo: The Aging Experience, Just Rock It! (E1)

3/17/2018
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Anthony Cirillo is the founder of The Aging Experience, helping seniors and caregivers live a quality life through education on aging - physical, emotional, and financial. Anthony is the author of a blog, Educated Aging, and a book called, Who Moved My Dentures?, where he dispels myths about aging. He is a speaker for healthcare professionals and consumers including the Cleveland Clinic, American College of Healthcare Executives, Leading Age, the National Council on Aging and many more. Be...

Duration:00:50:17

An Introduction: Holistic Lifestyle (Health + Envrironment = Well-being)

3/1/2018
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A holistic overview of the intersection of health and environment and how marrying the two creates well-being. Evidence-based and eco-friendly design for wellness combined with conversations about slowing living, aging gracefully, philanthropy, holistic healing, global mission and more. Join the community at www.rheamader.com

Duration:00:02:58