Tried and True Mom, Positive Self Talk, Men's Fashion, Sleep Can Help Relationships, Avoiding Burnout, Mini Book Club, Milk Alternatives
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 261
- Sep 19, 2019 2:00 pm
- 1:41:00 mins
Tried and True Moms (0:00:00) I love to find a good deal. However, bargain hunting can often be tiring and tedious. Not only that, but it can be hard to know if the deal you are getting is good quality. Wouldn’t it be nice if someone told you where to go to find a deal and gave their stamp of approval for it? Well this was Heidi Hachtman’s idea. Heidi is the co-founder of Tried and True Moms, and she is here to talk about her best deal finding advice. Positive Self Talk (0:15:55) Have you everthought to yourself “why can’t I get anything right?!” Or “It’s just no use!?" These are prime examples of negative self-talk, but where do these thoughts come from and how do they affect our daily lives? Dr. Shad Helmstetter, author of “Negative Self-talk and How to Change It,” says “The bad news is that for most people, as much as 77 percent or more of their mental programs are negative and working against them,” but the good news is he’s joining us to tell us how we can reprogram our minds for positive thinking. Men's Fashion (0:35:20) If you’re a woman and you’re unhappy with your wardrobe or feel that you don’t know how to dress yourself, there are literally thousands of resources to help your figure it out, including fashion blogs, magazines and now even social media influencers. If you’re a man, however, it seems like that pool is a little more limited, which can make the world of fashion seem overwhelming and intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Here to talk to us about why men shouldn’t be afraid to find their own style—and tips for how they can find it—is Joseph Rosenfeld, men’s fashion expert, personal stylist and founder of his own Style Strategist firm. Sleep Can Help Relationships (0:50:23) We’ve all experienced the drowsy mornings and a lack of patience after getting a bad night’s sleep. But did you know that sleeping poorly actually affects a lot more than you’d think, including your relationships? Dr. W. Chris Winter, owner of Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine Clinic joins us to share how fixing the way we sleep improves many aspects of our lives, including our relationships. Avoiding Burnout (1:08:00) You work hard every day to do EVERYTHING on your to-do list. You get it done, you get home, there’s more to do, and by the time you get to bed, you’re more than exhausted. So how can we avoid burnout? Melissa Gratias PHD is a productivity specialist who teaches children and adults that letting go of some of their to-do list items makes everything in life more fun. With so many of us feeling burned out, Melissa seemed like the perfect person to talk to. Mini Book Club: Autobiographies (1:24:13) Rachel Wadham of BYU Radio's Worlds Awaiting discusses the best autobiographies to read this year. Milk Alternatives (1:30:13) Did you know about 65% of the global population has lactose intolerance? With scientists and dieticians unveiling more and more about food allergies like this, a trip to your local grocery store can be a little overwhelming nowadays. With the up rise of nut milks, oat milks, goat milks, and other dairy substitutes, there are so many options... so how do you know what’s right for you? Malia Frey is a certified nutrition specialist. She’s with us to tell us everything we need to know about choosing a dairy substitute.