• The Great Outdoors

    Americans spend about 21 hours per day inside. On the whole, we are also more depressed and anxious than ever before.

    Many of us have been trained to seek out commodified services to unwind (I'm looking at you, #selfcare!). But what if a potential solution cost zero dollars and offered zero risk?

    On today's show: An invitation to welcome nature back into your life, with 5.5 novel suggestions that are backed by science.

     

    Here's a preview:

    [9:00] Walk barefoot! (Around your yard, at least)

    [14:00] Don't knock it 'til you've tried it, camping edition

    [20:00] We don't have to optimize every second. Here's how to wander like a boss in a wild space

    [26:00] Get your hands dirty

    [34:00] 2 hours per week outdoors offers a laundry list of benefits, so move your favorite activities outside

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    E475 - 41m - Jun 13, 2024
  • Hyper-Capitalism

    Hyper-capitalism — also called late-stage capitalism — is what happens when material resources, lifestyle activities, and everything in between becomes both commodified and consumable. In hyper-capitalistic economies, products get invented that no one needs or wants. Celebrities are revered like gods. Inequity is everywhere, and citizens internalize the idea that their worth is measured by some mysterious combination of career success and amassed material goods.

    Many argue that the United States has entered its hyper-capitalist era, as Americans report that the relentless demands of trying to keep up results in working longer hours, increasing loneliness, and lowered life satisfaction.

    On today's show: A conversation with New York Times bestselling author Kirsten Powers about the ways in which Americans are experiencing the effects of hyper-capitalism in real time.

     

    Here's a preview:

    [5:00] A laundry list of hyper-capitalism's consequences in 2024

    [11:00] Europe doesn't consume way America does. They're not as lonely, either

    [15:00] Taking a good, hard look at our disordered American beliefs

    [19:00] Implications associated with celebrity worship

    [26:00] Pay for what you get? Not in this case! Debunking the privatized healthcare myth

    [33:00] Musings on nationwide learned helplessness

     



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    E474 - 39m - Jun 11, 2024
  • Are You Smartphone Addicted?

    There's plenty of distressing research into what smartphones are doing to adults' attention spans, focus, and memory. And on child/teen development? Emerging research is even more alarming. 

    We are change makers, and change making means making difficult decisions, having difficult conversations, and going against the grain. On today's show: Why we need to (yet again!) rethink our approach to technology and delay the age at which we give our children access to smartphones.

     

    Here's a preview:

    [8:30] 57% of Americans report being "addicted" to their smartphones. Are you one of them? 

    [11:30] Smartphone addiction isn't your fault! Here's exactly how social media keeps your attention so they make more $$

    [17:30] How to declutter your cell phone like a boss

    [26:00] What recent research says with regard to the impacts of smartphones on children's/teens' wellness

    [37:00] 5 reasons parents say they're pulled to give their child a smartphone, plus alternative solutions!

    [43:00] Individual actions impact the collective. How to make delaying the smartphone a staple in your community

     

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    E473 - 51m - Jun 6, 2024
  • Breath Awareness

    Want to feel calmer and happier? You don't have to shell out hundreds of dollars for the newest wellness product or service. In fact, the solution doesn't cost a cent: simply get in touch with your breathing.

    Breath is an amazing and responsive teacher. That's because if we breathe as we live — take in and let go — we can't go wrong.

    On today's show: An invitation to meet yourself with author Jean Hall.

     

    Here's a preview:

    [5:00] The breath underpins everything we do in life, and yet we rarely bring awareness to it. Why not?

    [10:00] 5 wellness benefits re: paying attention to your breathing patterns

    [25:00] Exploring the pause changes everything

    [29:00] Flowing with the breath is great practice for learning how to flow with life

     

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    E472 - 42m - Jun 4, 2024
  • Things We've Lost To The Internet

    From phone calls to blind dates to punctuation to civil discourse, the internet has changed every aspect of human life. While some losses are insignificant, the rise of the internet has also resulted in larger repercussions, like shorter attention spans, a collective inability to sit in solitude, and the the utter demolition of personal privacy.

    On today's show: A conversation with author and New York Times columnist Pamela Paul about the ways in which the internet has fundamentally changed human existence.

     

    Here's a preview:

    [8:00] Do humans need to experience boredom once in awhile? (Absolutely yes, and here's why)

    [14:00] Not-so-thanks to the internet, the past no longer stays in the past

    [20:00] The hive mind and queen bees: Does the internet hamper independent thought?

    [27:00] Parenting implications associated with the loss of the kitchen landline

    [35:00] Ruminating on the disappearance of the phone call

     

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    E470 - 38m - May 30, 2024
  • Shared Solutions

    I received an email last month from two Dutchmen who have been sailing around the world for 8 years in search of climate solutions. They asked to visit my home and chat. I obliged, and I'm so happy I did.

    On today's show: an in-person interview with Floris van Hees and Ivar Smits — also affectionately known as Sailors For Sustainability — about the wisdom they've gained from their adventure.

    Here's a preview of 4 pieces of wisdom we are discussing today: 

    [7:00] Leaving the "golden cage" is big risk, sure. But there's also big reward

    [16:00] America isn't normal!

    [22:00] Bad news sells, but there's plenty of good going on in the world because humans are incredibly adaptable

    [43:00] When the smoke in the global theater thickens, the exit signs will shine brighter

     





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    49m - May 28, 2024
  • Cooking With Cast Iron

    Before aluminum coated in Teflon, there was cast iron.

    Our great-grandparents revered cast iron in the kitchen because it lasts *forever*. And with proper care? It's naturally non-stick, no PFAS necessary.

    These days cast iron is experiencing a renaissance of sorts, and for many good reasons. On today's show cast iron historian Kyle Seip answers our burning questions about how to cook on and care for our beloved cast iron cookware (it's way easier than you think!).

     

    Here's a preview:

    [6:00] Before aluminum, it was iron: A brief cast iron history

    [11:00] What a price tag says about new and vintage cast iron pieces

    [13:00] Getting to the bottom of the confusing health claims

    [18:00] How do you clean cast iron? Is soap OK?

    [22:00] When to use enamel-coated cast iron (hey there, Le Creuset!) versus when reach for traditional

    [25:00] Everything you need to know about seasoning your cast iron (spoiler alert: you don't need to do much!)

    [27:00] Troubleshooting a rusty skillet

     

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    E468 - 35m - May 23, 2024
  • An Attitude Of Gratitude

    Is the glass half empty, or is it half full? According to Tony Robbins, trading your expectations for appreciation instantly changes everything. Psychological research agrees: Gratitude has the power to improve every single aspect of your life.

    On today's show: how to truly feel gratitude for your stuff and people. 


    Here's a preview:

    [3:00] Want to be 18% happier? It's as easy as putting on a new pair of glasses, metaphorically speaking

    [10:00] HABITUATION! Our brains are primed to forget why certain stuff and people are important 

    [19:00] Say it with me: Stuff doesn't create gratitude! 3 tips for feeling grateful for what you already own

    [28:00] We expect way too much from our partners. Let's fix that together

    [35:00] Feeling less than grateful for the people in your life? That's normal (there's also a simple antidote)

     

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    E467 - 44m - May 21, 2024
  • Toxic Fashion

    Packaged foods (obviously) have ingredients lists. Our favorite beauty products have ingredients lists. And those cleaning products under the kitchen sink? Yup, they've got ingredients lists, too.

    Ever wonder why our clothes don't have ingredients lists? While we'd *like* to think our favorite garments are made of woven fibers and nothing more, the sad truth is there are countless unregulated chemicals in our closet go-tos (and these chemicals are likely harming our health).

    On today's show investigative journalist Alden Wicker explains why synthetic fashion and dyes made from fossil fuels are so deeply intertwined with the rise of autoimmune disease, infertility, asthma, eczema, and more; she also suggests concrete action steps for curating a clean(er) closet.

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    Here's a preview:

    [7:00] Uncovering the chemicals in our clothes and what they're doing to our health

    [10:30] Taking a special look at the especially problematic petrochemical-based azo dyes (often used on petrochemical-based fibers)

    [17:00] If all this stuff is in our clothing, why don't garments have ingredients lists?

    [22:00] Carter's, Victoria's Secret, and victim body blaming

    [31:00] Why 'organic' doesn't mean much when it comes to clothing

    [36:00] For subscribers! Action steps for curating a clean(er) closet

     

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    E466 - 40m - May 16, 2024
  • Optimizing Your Walks

    Modern life panders to our innate desire to be sedentary, and never has it been more difficult to resist the alluring convenience of screens.

    Yet walking matters. On today's show author Annabel Abbs-Streets suggests tangible ways to attain the full range of benefits that walking has to offer — physical, emotional, and spiritual — that's backed by latest research.

     

    Here's a preview:

    [7:00] A laundry list of all the physiological benefits of walking and hiking for movement (get ready to be blown away)

    [11:00] Why it's important to walk with our eyes, plus: the mental health benefits associated with panoramic vision

    [16:00] Want more calm in your life? Research finds that these very specific nature sounds matter

    [21:00] Terpenes, baby! Large trees offer us these psychological and physiological benefits

    [25:00] Don't shy away from that mud puddle. Soil microbes matter!

    [30:00] How to best optimize your daily walk for health and wellness benefits

     

     



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    E465 - 37m - May 14, 2024
  • HEADLINES: Shrinking Fish

    The environmental news headlines you need to know for Friday, May 10 2024:

    [00:30] Fish are shrinking around the world and no one knows why

    [4:00] Have a gas stove? Here's another thing to worry about 

    [7:00] Exactly how green initiatives push some voters to the far right 

    [11:30]  A Sriracha shortage has climate change to blame

    [15:00] Climate change raises the risks of another pandemic, and here's why

     




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    18m - May 10, 2024
  • Produce Without Pesticides

    While fresh fruits and vegetables are irreplaceable parts of a healthy diet, pesticides aren't benign. Sadly, many of our favorite produce items carry unhealthy levels of pesticides, and each one comes with its own unique risk profile.

    On today's show: A comprehensive review of the most recent research into pesticides in produce.

    Here's a preview:

    [5:00] Not all pesticides are the same, and different pesticides have different risk profiles

    [10:00] DDT, bald eagles, Silent Spring, and America's history with pesticides

    [19:00] Stephanie's thoughts on the EWG's Clean 15 and the Dirty Dozen

    [25:00] Are the EPA's maximum residue limits too high?

    [30:00] ** You need to know about these countries with organic reciprocity!

    [34:00] Does peeling help? How should we best wash conventional produce?

    [38:00] For subscribers! 6 concrete action steps for informed consumers

     

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    E464 - 44m - May 9, 2024
  • The Cost Of Climate Change

    We know climate change is expensive, but how expensive is it really?

    A new analysis finds that beyond its effects on the broader economy, rising temperatures seriously hurt our personal finances. On today's show: A conversation with Alexandra Grose about what happens when climate change reduces lifetime income and simultaneously raises prices on ... well, everything.

     

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    Climate Change Could Cost Each American Born Today $500,000 (via Consumer Reports)

     




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    E463 - 32m - May 7, 2024
  • HEADLINES: Ulterior Motives

    The environmental news headlines you need to know for Friday, May 3 2024:

    [1:30] Newly released documents and Big Oil's secret climate strategy

    [7:00] Here's what Patagonia's doing with all its profits

    [13:00] Therapists are trading the couch for the great outdoors, and here's why

    [16:00] Sea levels are rising in the US coastal South faster than anywhere else on Earth

     

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    18m - May 3, 2024
  • Roads Less Travelled

    Something semi-sad happens as we age: We lose our nimbleness. So many of us white-knuckle grip long-held habits and beliefs and thus fail to question whether such routines and ideas are working in our best interests. Worse, such rigidity goes directly against our "factory settings" as human beings: As a species, we fully live when we prioritize resilience, light-footedness, and fearlessness. (Don't believe me? Just observe a child!)

    On today's show: embracing fresh starts, prioritizing roads less travelled, and unpacking pressures associated with cultural uniformity with author and podcaster Shannon Leyko


    Here's a preview:

    [14:00] How to lean into tension by taking "messy action"

    [18:00] It's not *just* about trying a new hobby; it's about resiliency. Self-efficacy, too!

    [23:00] Timelines are rarely linear, and "starting over" isn't starting back at square one

    [30:00] Common struggles associated with living unconventionally in a conventional world

     

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    E462 - 37m - May 2, 2024
  • Greenwashing 2.0

    Many corporations are hopping on the sustainability bandwagon these days, but it's not for altruistic reasons. It's likely due to the green premium: because eco-friendly products cost more, business owners see an opportunity for increased revenue. 

    The result? Greenwashed products abound (And guess what? You're likely paying *extra* for a product that isn't at all eco-conscious!). 

    On today's show Aidan Riehl offers advanced tips for avoiding greenwashing in today's ever-changing market. 

     

    Here's a preview:

    [6:30] Some questions to ask: Is this eco-friendly product owned by a conglomerate? Is this one product the *only* eco-conscious product in their product line?

    [9:30] Getting to the bottom of "biodegradable" claims once and for all

    [16:30] Should we look for pre-consumer or post-consumer recycled plastics?

    [19:00] Laundry sheets and dishwasher pods! Is polyvinyl alcohol actually benign?

    [22:00] So many pledges, so little action

    [25:00] Steph's tips to spot greenwashing in influencer marketing

     

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    E461 - 31m - Apr 30, 2024
  • HEADLINES: Biggest Plastic Polluters Revealed

    The environmental news headlines you need to know for Friday, April 26 2024:

    [00:30] The world's biggest plastic polluters revealed

    [2:30] Biden limits oil drilling in the Alaskan arctic (it's also an election year)

    [5:00] One of the worst coral bleaching events happening right now in the Great Barrier Reef

    [8:00] Nearly 2 in 5 Americans live in a place with unhealthy or hazardous air. Are you one of them?

    [12:00] Can cloning be a legitimate solution to species extinction?

     

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    One million species face extinction, U.N. report says. And humans will suffer as a result. (via WaPo)

     




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    15m - Apr 26, 2024
  • Pleasure-Saturated

    We Homo Sapiens are notorious for avoiding pain and seeking pleasure. In fact, we have transformed the planet from a place of scarcity to a place of overwhelming abundance, with ample opportunities to flood our brains with dopamine at every turn.

    But over-consuming has consequences: Exposure to prolonged and repeated pleasurable stimuli decreases our capacity to tolerate pain and increases our threshold for experiencing pleasure. 

    On today's show: Resetting your neural set point to make dopamine work FOR you, not against you.


    Here's a preview:

    [3:00] Here's exactly why our brains aren't designed to work optimally in our 2024 world of pleasure

    [7:00] Measuring the dopamine-induced addictive potential of various foods, habits, and drugs

    [10:00] What goes up must come down: Here's what opponent process theory means for you and your brain

    [14:00] Quantifying leisure time from the Civil War to present day

    [24:00] Dopamine fasts work! Here's how to recalibrate your brain

    [28:00] How to best lean into a bit of pain (and why you may want to)

     

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    E460 - 38m - Apr 23, 2024
  • Labors Of Love

    Last year was the hottest year on record, so it's safe to say that Earth Day as we traditionally celebrate isn't working.

    On today's show I suggest what I believe is the antidote to the climate crisis (and I'm willing to bet you won't be able to guess what it is!).

     

    Here's a preview:

    [3:45] The Big 5: We know what we should do environment-wise, so why aren't we doing it?

    [7:15] Communal care is anti-capitalist, and that's really darn important

    [16:30] Here's what research finds re: the relationship between collectivist culture and pro-environmental behaviors

    [24:00] If the problem is disconnection, is the solution as simple as authentic reconnection?

    [34:00] It's actually not hard at all to pivot from the conventional, negative feedback loop we find ourselves currently in

     

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    E402 - 40m - Apr 18, 2024
  • The Great Connector

    Reminder! Our hands can do more than type and text. In fact, they can grow things.

    On today's show — and in honor of National Gardening Day! — permaculture expert Kareen Erbe lists countless tangible and intangible benefits associated with active participation in your local growing community; she also offers practical suggestions for getting off our screens and reengaging with the natural world.

     

    Here's a preview:

    [8:00] Industrializing our food systems has benefits, sure. But in doing so, what have we sacrificed?

    [19:00] Industrial agriculture is the problem, but agriculture is also the solution

    [23:00] Don't want to grow anything? You don't have to! Here's how to best invest in your *local* food systems

    [27:00] It's not that local, organic food is so expensive; it's that corporate, industrialized food is too cheap

    [31:00] The 5 S-es: Scalable tips for newbie growers

    [35:00] Kids who grow kale eat kale!

     

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    E458 - 44m - Apr 16, 2024
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