Kickin' It with Daree

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Listen to an excerpt from my book, What's Wrong With Me?, where I describe 10 traits of a person who loves herself.   Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/love-yourself
We all face hurdles of some kind in life. The question is, are they stumbling blocks or stepping stones? According to Dr. Dravon James, motivational speaker, Everyday Peacemaker, and author of Freedom is Your Birthright, the answer depends on whether or not you can find the peaceful space within t…
Daree shares her top 5 most popular episodes, talks about what she's learned from podcasting, and past guests give their best advice on what they would do differently and that help YOU. Show Notes: http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/younger-self
We've got enough going on this world trying to hold us down. Let's abide by the code of womanhood. Uplift your sister. Respect yourself.   Show Notes - https://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/girl-code  
This is a recap of the highlights and lowlights of Daree's life in 2018. Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/2018-recap
In this episode I discuss how to deal with "expectation hangovers" (aka disappointments), my hangovers from 2018, and ways that I am tackling my monetary goals.   Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/unmet-expectations-goals
Maybe I should have entitled this episode "I don't WANT to call," because that's what I meant. One of my pet peeves is dealing with shoddy customer service-- whether it's by phone or in person.  So I'm going to vent a little bit.  (Hint: Usher is right!)   Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/…
Are you a perfectionist? Do you beat yourself up for even the simplest of mistakes? Well, you are NOT a screw-up. Here's what to focus on instead. Show Notes - http://kickinitwithdaree.com/episode/screwupshappen
Friends don’t hurt friends—or at least the way it should be. Everyone has a story or two about getting stabbed in the back. What about friends who just suddenly stop all communication with you, and give you no reason? Dr. Jan Yager’s book, "When Friendship Hurts: How to Deal with Friends Who Betray…
In this episode, I'm covering 10 traits of personal power that you can use to enhance your life.  They all work together, but something in my message should resonate with you as a trait you can work on to enhance your personal strength and empower yourself.   The power of Thought (2:30) The po…
My work with teenage girls, from my books about self-esteem, to speaking engagements, is based on things I wish I had done differently, and things I would tell my younger self. Lately this podcast has been my platform of choice to continue to spread my message to girls and young women that YOU ARE …
According to the American Kidney Fund (AKF), there are 30 million Americans living with kidney disease. My husband was one of them, until he died in April. June 21st, would have been his 43rd birthday.   AKF provided assistance for us when he became unable to work. The VA and Social Security didn't…
This episode will not be the typical show where we talk about different life strategies and personal development and I encourage you. This is an episode where I share my very personal story as I grapple with the grief of losing my husband less than a month ago. Today, I'm going to pay tribute to my…
April 10 is National Siblings Day. As an adult, have you ever had issues with your siblings? Are you friendly with them, or barely speaking? Do you think you're too young or broke to have a will made (for you or your parents)? I'm talking about it today-- alone. My show, my thoughts, and I want you…
There's a WHOLE lot of things in this world that can make us mad or get our last nerve. Tyra S. Gardner is a nationally-certified Anger Management Specialist, speaker, psychotherapist and author whose sharing some tips on managing your anger in business and personal situations.   Show Notes - htt…
Having experienced childhood abuse by both of her parents, and domestic violence as an adult, Abigail Manning, Awareness Creator, now creates awareness of the codes, cycles and connections found in all forms of abuse. She teaches replacing ill-informed with recognition, blame with empathy, hurt wi…
Cindy Perlin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, certified biofeedback practitioner, chronic pain survivor, and the author of The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatments: The Best and Worst Strategies for Becoming Pain Free. She is an expert in helping pain patients find safe, effective relief.  Dow…
Your menstrual cycle is more than just bleeding for a few days each month. It's your fifth vital sign-- a crucial way to track your health.  But in order to shatter the stigma about our periods, we need to educate ourselves and get to know our bodies before we can change the way we talk about, and …
Lu Uhrich, Certified Eating Psychology Coach, helps women to find food freedom and practice body love, guiding her clients to overcome struggles with yo-yo dieting, food restriction, binge eating, loss of periods, shame, body hate. We talked about: What chronic dieting does to your mind and body…
Ereena George is a Moms Health Educator and Child Advocate, supporting moms in becoming healthy and whole so they can raise productive children. She explains how clean eating and juicing helped her conquer a poor diagnosis, and how you can begin a healthier journey this year with your diet. Show N…
Rebecca Scritchfield helps people make peace with food. She is a registered dietitian, nutritionist, certified exercise physiologist, author of the book "Body Kindness," and host of the Body Kindness podcast. She joined me on the Kickin' it with Daree podcast to discuss how beauty ideals counteract…
Far too many women don't feel they have the right to put themselves at the top of their to-do lists. But doing so is the most important thing we can do for our health, the people in our lives, our creativity, and our mission in the world. Listen as Brodie Welch gives us actionable self-care insight…
Mike Domitrz, Founder of The Date Safe Project talks with me about building a culture of consent and respect when it comes to the way we treat each other in everyday relationships, including: Why you should never tell your child to hug or kiss someone goodbye The correct response to a survivor…
Women are expected to meet demands and fulfill responsibilities in the professional world and at home. With professional and family obligations, talented, competent women often lock themselves into a "trap" of responsibilities and obligations with little to no time to pursue their talents or passio…
No one wants to set themselves up for premature aging or sickness. But, as healing arts practitioner, intuitive energy healer and author Marie Knoetig explains, there are many decisions we make without thinking that can lead us to grow old or keep ourselves in poor health. She discusses how to be a…
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Podcast Details
Started
Aug 1st, 2015
Latest Episode
Mar 5th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
106
Avg. Episode Length
30 minutes

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