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Author and creator of the One Part Plant movement, Jessica Murnane, asks the tough questions you're already thinking in this weekly podcast. Each week she brings conversations with some of the biggest names in in food, wellness, business, and design. Hear revealing stories of successes & setbacks, sweet motivational secrets, and a whole lot of actionable advice.

Author and creator of the One Part Plant movement, Jessica Murnane, asks the tough questions you're already thinking in this weekly podcast. Each week she brings conversations with some of the biggest names in in food, wellness, business, and design. Hear revealing stories of successes & setbacks, sweet motivational secrets, and a whole lot of actionable advice.
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Author and creator of the One Part Plant movement, Jessica Murnane, asks the tough questions you're already thinking in this weekly podcast. Each week she brings conversations with some of the biggest names in in food, wellness, business, and design. Hear revealing stories of successes & setbacks, sweet motivational secrets, and a whole lot of actionable advice.

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Episodes

Episode 115: Get Money (Investing, Saving, Debt Management, and Building Credit 101) with Kristin Wong

12/5/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Kristin Wong. Kristin is a writer, journalist, and author of Get Money: Live the Life You Want, Not Just the Life You Can Afford. Kristin and I discuss saving vs. investing, the emotional toll of debt (and ways to tackle it), how her upbringing shaped her view of wealth, and […]

Duration:01:06:52

Episode 114: Real vs. Fake Wellness Trends + Getting Healthier Together with Liz Moody

11/29/2018
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It’s the season premiere! This week, I’m talking to Liz Moody. She’s an author (her next book, Healthier Together, comes out this spring!), the senior food editor at MindBodyGreen, and one of the best interviewers out there. Liz and I discuss how wellness trends can do more harm than good, how some brands are taking advantage […]

Duration:01:11:53

Episode 113: Pressing Charges After Sexual Assault + The Waiting Game With Sarah Gidick

9/6/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Sarah Gidick. Sarah is a fashion and beauty writer (she’s written for Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and The Hollywood Reporter, among others) and is the founder of The PFW. Sarah and I discuss the decision to press charges after her sexual assault, the roadblocks and waiting game she faced during the […]

Duration:01:18:51

Episode 112: Finding The Silver Lining With Nathalie Williams

8/30/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Nathalie Williams. Nathalie and I discuss being diagnosed with cancer twice in one year, finding adult friends, the power of knitting, and how she manages to always see the silver lining (in everything). She’s one of the most inspiring women I know and I’m so excited for you to meet […]

Duration:01:01:59

Episode 111: The Grandma Principles of Health + Being Honest vs. Being Negative with Daphne Javitch of Doing Well

8/22/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Daphne Javitch. Daphne is a holistic nutrition and lifestyle coach and the founder of Doing Well. Daphne and I discuss getting back to the basics of health (the “grandma principles” like sleep, drinking water, having fun), how the self-care movement has gone too far, what her definition of health is, […]

Duration:01:22:04

Episode 110: Being Enough + Escaping Feelings + Minimalism Redefined With Cait Flanders

8/16/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Cait Flanders. Cait is the author of The Year of Less (a self-help memoir and a Wall Street Journal bestseller). Cait and I discuss escaping feelings, boundaries with self-promotion, being good enough, why minimalism doesn’t solve all your problems, and Tupperware parties. Plus she answers all the OPP fam questions! […]

Duration:01:06:58

Episode 109: Losing Everything + Accepting Help + The Power of Connection With Karen Walrond

8/8/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Karen Walrond. Karen is an attorney, author, leadership coach, and sought-after keynote speaker on topics such as self-empowerment, creativity, and innovation. Karen and I discuss coping with losing (nearly) everything in Hurricane Harvey, accepting help, her career path from lawyer/engineer to author/speaker/coach, and the power of supporting other women. Here’s […]

Duration:00:56:59

Episode 108: Hypnosis 101 + Reprogramming Your Beliefs With Grace Smith

8/2/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Grace Smith. Grace is a world-renowned hypnotherapist and founder of Grace Space and Grace Method Hypnotherapy School. Grace and I discuss what hypnosis is (and what it isn’t), accessing the subconscious mind, reprogramming your beliefs, and accepting responsibility aka taking your power back. PLUS she answers all the OPP family questions! It’s a gooooood […]

Duration:01:08:49

Episode 107: Applied Empathy With Michael Ventura

7/25/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Michael Ventura. Michael is the CEO and founder of Sub Rosa, he runs an indigenous medicine practice, and just wrote his first book, Applied Empathy: The New Language Of Leadership. Michael and I talk about the benefits of applied empathy, finding a mentor, his thoughts on self-promotion, and empathy vs. weakness. […]

Duration:01:01:42

Episode 106: Confessions + Feelings On Food With Timothy Pakron Of Mississippi Vegan

7/18/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Timothy Pakron of Mississippi Vegan. Timothy is a photographer, recipe developer, food stylist, and soon to be author (with his debut cookbook, Mississippi Vegan). Timothy and I talk about why he chooses to focus on what he can eat and not what he can’t, how he approaches veganism, his belly, finding confidence in […]

Duration:00:56:58

Episode 105: LGBTQIA+ Defined, Body Love, and Religion vs. Spirituality with Bethany C Meyers

7/12/2018
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It’s our season premiere! Ahhhh! So excited to be back. This week, I’m talking to Bethany C. Meyers. Bethany is a master instructor known for her body-positive and inclusive approach to fitness, the founder of The Be.Come Project, and an outspoken member and activist of the LGBTQIA+ community. Bethany and I break down what LGBTQIA+ (each letter) […]

Duration:00:55:48

Episode 104: Building Confidence + Letting Our Disclaimers Go With Candice Kumai

4/11/2018
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This week, I’m talking to Candice Kumai. Candice is a classically trained chef, former tv host and former-model-turned wellness journalist, & five-time, best-selling author. This month, she’s releasing her sixth and most powerful book, Kintsugi Wellness. Candice and I talk about how confidence is contagious, the Japanese principles she uses to find a more balanced life, […]

Duration:01:13:30

Episode 103: Brain Health + Alzheimer’s Prevention + Eating For Cognitive Power With Dr. Lisa Mosconi

4/4/2018
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This week we’re talking to Dr. Lisa Mosconi. Lisa is the Associate Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC)/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Before that she founded and was the director of the Nutrition & Brain Fitness Lab at New York University School of Medicine (NYU). Lisa holds a PhD degree in Neuroscience & […]

Duration:01:12:44

Episode 102: Where Are They Now? / Your Favorite + Most Controversial Guests Come Back!

3/28/2018
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To celebrate our 100th interview, we’re bringing back some of your most favorite and most controversial guests to find out what they’re up to now. If you didn’t hear these guests original episode, go back and take a listen. We’ve got links to them in the show notes of this show (below!) Go listen: […]

Duration:01:12:48

Episode 101: Anger Management with Lauren Toyota

3/14/2018
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This week I’m talking to Lauren Toyota. She’s an author, creator of Hot For Food, and host of Lauren In Real Life. In her past life, Lauren Toyota was a MuchMusic VJ and nationally recognized TV host and producer for nearly 10 years. In this episode we discuss accepting your “flaws”, anger issues, maintaining and […]

Duration:01:02:05

Episode 100: One Size Doesn’t Fit All With Rose-Marie Swift Of RMS Beauty

3/8/2018
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This week we’re talking to Rose-Marie Swift for our 100th interview! Rose-Marie is the founder of RMS Beauty and has been a make-up artist for over 35 years. Her work has been featured in magazines including Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar, Interview, and Elle and her make-up has appeared in ads including Dianne Von Furstenburg, Calvin Klein, and Louis […]

Duration:01:01:30

Episode 99: Money Issues With Kathleen Shannon of Being Boss

3/1/2018
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This week we’re talking to co-founder of Braid Creative and Being Boss, Kathleen Shannon. In this episode we talk about Kathleen’s word of the year, money issues (we go deep on this), and the difference between “values” and “intentions”. Plus she answers your questions too! Here’s Kathleen: This episode is supported by Daily Harvest, […]

Duration:01:09:11

Episode 98: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse with Katelyn N. Brewer of Darkness To Light

2/21/2018
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This week we’re talking to Katelyn N. Brewer of Darkness To Light about preventing child sexual abuse. A few figures before you listen: 1 in 10 children will be sexually abused by the time they are 18. 90% of abused children know their abuser. And there are 42 million survivors of sexual abuse in the US. […]

Duration:00:41:11

Episode 97: Losing Physical + Emotional Weight with Robyn Youkilis

2/14/2018
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This week we’re talking to Robyn Youkilis. Robyn is an AADP Certified Health Coach, author, speaker, and leading expert in holistic digestive health. Robyn has been featured on television on shows such as The View, The Today Show, and The Cooking Channel…and now One Part Podcast, just saying. In this episode we’re talking about weight loss. Yes, weight […]

Duration:01:05:09

Episode 96: Finding Your Worth + Creating Success At Any Age with Sheri Salata

2/7/2018
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This week we’re talking to Sheri Salata. Sheri is the co-founder of STORY, a media company producing print, digital and live event content. She also co-founded Orange Dragon Productions where she is developing TV and film content. Her past life was a 21-year career with Oprah Winfrey. She was the Executive Producer on The Oprah Winfrey […]

Duration:00:51:07