Dr Cassie Wilder talks functional medicine, birth control, poop and fatigue.

Episode 120: Dr. Cassie Wilder – Functional Medicine, Birth Control, Poop and Fatigue

By Lindsey / March 21, 2019

This episode with Dr Cassie will give you an understanding of functional medicine and how it can play a role in your health. I absolutely loved this conversation because I am constantly learning about my own health and ways I can improve. Did you know that most of Dr Cassie’s clients will come in and…

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Can You Really Do Anything in Life?

By Lindsey / March 13, 2019

I grew up with the belief that I could do anything I wanted to do in life – which was awesome. I knew I would go to college, get a job, live my life, and retire. Sprinkle in my passion and I’d be good to go. No limits or boundaries. I feel blessed to have…

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This is 35.

Lessons From Turning 35

By Lindsey / February 20, 2019

Turning 35 I have always loved my birthday. It’s February 9th which means it’s far enough after Christmas, in the middle of winter, people are often bored so they want to come out and celebrate with you and most importantly I was alive another year. I have said this before, but I struggle to understand…

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Molly King

Episode 112 – Molly King – Dry Needling and Female Training

By Lindsey / January 7, 2019

Have you tried dry needling?? I had not but I was intrigued and really excited to talk with Molly King of Inspired Athletx. Molly joined Inspired this past fall and brings many unique skill sets and insights. You can also listen back to Episode 5 and hear Dr Grant Nordland talk about starting Inspired Athletx and…

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Adventures of Eleanor

When Your Car Dies at Christmas

By Lindsey / January 2, 2019

Well crap. Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Ho Ho Ho. As we were driving back to Iowa the Saturday before Christmas, my car decided it was time to die. So many swear words were spoken, tears were shed and I was angry. But let’s back up the story a little bit. Eleanor the Element came into…

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Carin Skowronsky

Episode 98 – Interview With Carin Skowronsky – What It’s Like to Return From Traveling and Working Around the World for a Year

By Lindsey Heiserman / April 9, 2018

Carin is back on the podcast for the 3rd time and we talked about what it’s really like to return from traveling and working around the world for a year. If you missed hearing Carin’s story about leaving her corporate job to take this huge risk and leap of faith – check out Episode 19 She…

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Happy 3rd Business Birthday (Episode 97)

By Lindsey Heiserman / April 4, 2018

How has it possibly been 3 years already? I can’t believe I’m celebrating my 3rd business birthday. If you’d like to catch up on what I learned in Year 1 and Year 2 of my business you can head over to the blog. YEAR 1 YEAR 2 As I read over the last two years…

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True Confession Tuesday: A Fender Bender and Responsibility (Episode 95)

By Lindsey Heiserman / March 30, 2018

Where (almost) every Tuesday – I confess. Confession: I got in a small fender bender the other day.  Note – I’m fine, my car Eleanor is fine and the other guy is fine. His car may need a little repair. I pulled up to a red light waiting to turn right. I braked, I inched…

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What walking into a shut door taught me about life.

True Confession Tuesday: Walking Into a Shut Door (Episode 94)

By Lindsey Heiserman / March 30, 2018

Confession: I walked right into a shut door. Yes, literally (the appropriate use of the word) into a closed door – Bloody nose, headache, sore nose, all of it. I was laying in bed the other night and decided I needed to go to the bathroom (which I’m sure you can relate).  After arguing with…

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Episode 93 – Interview with Erica Hoese – Encouraging Moms to Live Their Healthiest and Happiest Life

By Lindsey Heiserman / March 28, 2018

Calling all MOMS! Could you use a little encouragement? A kind and generous suggestion that will help you to take time for yourself? We’ve got it all on this episode. I love interviewing parents because I do not have children (well – ok – furry ones with 4 legs) but there is tremendous value in…

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