Dr. Defne Nayman was an ER doctor, but these days she’s talking more about wellness than illness. She wants you to know how to age marvelously. She says you can make small changes and, the good news is it’s never too late to start. Aging youthf
Anna Lyons and Louise Winter talk from London about a taboo topic. Their book is called We All Know How This Ends. The “this” of their book title is life, and the end of life and death – two very separate things, as it turns out – are what we’r
Irvine Nugent is an expert on two topics. The first is emotional intelligence. That’s the thing that corporations bury as “soft skills” but they can be the most important skills to bring to a job, or to a relationship. The second is something c
Jan Newberry was a magazine editor when she was laid off and, suddenly, she found out what it’s like to look for work when you’re over 60. It’s not fun. But, let’s just say, Jan didn’t take it lying down. Jan Newberry, on Keep it Juicy! eFT1FbF
We talk chaos and confidence and something that can blow that confidence right out of the water…romance scams. Guest Gina L Osborn, knows a thing or two about all of those things. She’s been in counter-intelligence and investigated some of the
Kate Hoepke heads up the Village Movement in California. The Village Movement is a nationwide effort to create a community so people who are old and alone can stay in their own houses and not be so alone. Kate Hoepke on Keep it Juicy.
Books are magical. They can take you away from bad times and they can enhance empathy by putting you in the skin of someone who isn’t like you at all. This episode's guest gets to be around books all the time. In fact, her own love story sound
Sleep. It’s the Holy Grail for some of us. Just when we think we’ve got it, a neighbor’s car alarm goes off. Or a pet gets restless. Or it’s too hot or too cold. Good sleep is a skill and today’s guest talks about how to grab on to that elusive
She's not a doc, but Cheryl Meyer was sick and tired of being sick and tired, so she became a health coach and learned about all the toxins we live with every day. Yikes! Forget what's in your wallet, what's in your household?! Toxins, on Keep
We talk with Susan J Douglas, author of the best-selling In Our Prime: How Older Women are Reinventing the Road Ahead. We’re talking about the force that older women represent – not just in wisdom, but in pure economic and societal impact. So w
We talk with Sharon Middleton McGhee. Sharon works for the airport authority in Charleston, and she’s the first African American woman and the first African American director there. She got her training in human resources and we talk HR and the
We’re talking with Dr Debra Muth about connecting to your feminine. She’s not talking about ruffles and bows…she’s talking about the power that comes from speaking truth and asking for what you need, especially during sex. Connecting to your fe
Charleston powerhouse Jennet Robinson Alterman is a ferocious advocate for women’s empowerment. Her work in the Peace Corps fired her initial passion to help women and when she came back to live in the South, she saw some parallels in how a lac
If it takes more than an athletic shoe company telling you to "just do it" in order for you to...well, just do it...you're not alone. Turns out there's a science behind motivation and Susan Fowler is here to talk about motivation science and w
You know how when you’re texting, you can walk into a street lamp? Well, even if you’re not texting, it can take a face-plant from the universe to wake you up. Oblivious, on a mini-episode of Keep it Juicy!
We're talking with Danielle Roberts, a Medicare expert. If you think you can wait until you’re 65 to start thinking about Medicare, you’re wrong. And even if you’re already on it, there may be a few things you don’t know. But then, why would yo
We’re back in Charleston with Dr. Jeannelle Muhammad. She and her husband are often miles apart – he’s deployed – but she’s got advice we can all use about how to keep the juicy AND the spicy in a relationship, and she also talks about how to k
We're tired of this virus, from the inconvenience to the tragedy. Is it possible to find beauty in the midst of all of this? We look to experts on how to find meaning in it all on the Keep it Juicy! podcast.
Carolyn Rivers left a successful career in publishing to start the Sophia Institute. Now her faculty is teaching connection and advocacy and she says the country is in breakdown, but it may be the step before breakthrough. Carolyn Rivers on Kee