This is Well Now, a podcast about integrative health and what it means to be well, powered by Saje Natural Wellness. We're in the midst of creating some new episodes, with another full lineup of inspiring guests sharing their expertise and their personal wellness journeys.
Between now and then, and when we’re not in studio, we’ll be reading some books and listening to some other podcasts. Here’s what we’ve got on our list:
On Being is a podcast with Krista Tippett that never fails to give me something new to think about. If you haven’t been diving deep into the archives of this amazing podcast, now might be exactly the right time to do just that. The team describes their work as “animating questions at the center of human life: What does it mean to be human, and how do we want to live? Big questions, for sure, and all worth exploring.
Womed is a brand-new health podcast, created by two nurses, both named Danielle with a passion for self-care, mental health, emerging healthcare trends, and basically anything to do with how to stay well. Their show delivers some serious information, but not at the expense of humour.
The Overstory, by Richard Powers is mostly about trees, but is also about the smallness of our own human lives, and challenges our idea of time. It’s written in a style that is meant to emulate the growth rings of a tree, with concentric stories that loop back on each other.
For a more practical but no less inspiring read, check out the new book by wellness expert Tori Holmes called Beauty Water. Tori shares a story about her epic adventure across the Atlantic, and the price she paid with her own health after she reached the other shore -- all within a book filled with what she calls ‘elixirs’. And hint: you may be hearing more from her on an upcoming episode of Well Now.
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