New JoyRide Show this week: Awaken Your Divine Feminine with Dr. Deborah Kern
Tiffanie here: Dr. Deb is an experience in Divine Feminine. She can't be put into words, and just being in her presence you know she's got "it." Not the designer label, Barbie body, buttoned up "it" (she's been there, done that and tells us all about it). No, her's is a full body smile, a throaty laugh, a swish of the hips, sparkle in the eye and toss of the curls "it" that can't be bought or sold, it just is. It's authentic, powerful, gentle and strong at the same time, and just gorgeous. And what's awesome is that Dr. Deb is on a mission to help every woman who is seeking to find her own flavor of "it" for herself.
Dr. Deborah Kern:
As a nurse, health educator, physical trainer and Ph.D health scientist, she's taught hundreds of women how to nurture their body temple in her keynote addresses, workshops, dance classes and worldwide retreats. Dr. Deb uses her intuition to channel images and messages from your guides to help you connect with that same source in her Divine Your Life Sessions.
5 Practices to Renew, Sustain, Protect and Contain Your Energy in 2017! Instead of making a New Year’s Resolution this year, how about learning how to take better care of your energy? If you had plenty of vibrant energy every day, you probably wouldn’t even need a New Year’s Resolution! Here’s to getting your energy back and keeping it in 2017!!!!
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Being a kid in today’s world is no easy task. Parenting kids in today’s world is no easy task. What is good parenting? What is a successful kid? While we’re at it, how do we define success as an adult? As I’ve done with many parts of my life, I’ve had to turn inward to look for these answers.
Webster defines “success” as: favorable or desired outcome; also : the attainment of wealth, favor, or eminence. In my old way of thinking, this meant (to me) that I needed to ensure that my kid had the extra edge by giving him every possible opportunity. I had to “enrich” his life with things such as Summer programs, sport programs, language programs, travel programs, summer camps (weeks on end!), college prep programs, and this is just to name a few. It’s crazy. I have three kids. Multiply all these activities by three!
Will this frantic pace REALLY help my kids grow into healthy, happy successful adults? Or will it stress them out, causing high levels of anxiety?
Don’t get me wrong, I think grades are important, friends are important, team sports are important, and critical thinking is super important. So this is how I’ve shifted our paradigm and what it looks like around our house:
-They each play one sport during a season.
-On any given day, we have at least 6 boys at our house. (my food bill is outrageous!)
-School comes first.
-Friends are a very close second.
-You can find us at the park throwing a ball or climbing a tree.
So, maybe my kids could be doing MORE. Who knoows, maybe I’m lazy. That’s ok, I’ll own it. We seem pretty happy (most days) and that’s worth a whole lot to me. Ultimately, I want it all. I want them to know what “success” looks like in all its forms. I want them to know they are not only loved, but valued members of this family. I hope they leave our house knowing how to find happiness within themselves. I’m confident the rest will fall into place.
I have been thinking about this quite a bit after talking to this weeks’ guest, Dr. Deborah Kern. She had it all figured out, A successful life in every sense of the word. The husband, the house, the neighborhood, pregnant with their twins. Then it all changed. It took Dr. Kern about four years to come out of her dark night. She quickly realized she just couldn’t go back to “The Perfect Life”. What she built out of the “ruins” of her life is truly miraculous. Tune in to listen...
1. Click here to listen to the podcast on iTunes (thru Feb 21, 2017)
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3. Listen to Radio Brave (Or via the free TuneIn Radio app)
On Wednesday Feb 1 at 9AM (Central) / Thursday Feb 2 at 8PM (CST) / Sunday Feb 5 at 2PM (CST)