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Without Judgment

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In this episode, I'm going to give you some ideas on how to plan your summer fully trusting yourself.Exploring the different areas of your life, we're going to discuss your top 5 outcomes. I will share some tools and ideas to show you how it ca
In today's episode, I wanted to share a few questions to ask yourself.Have you ever noticed when you feel uncomfortable? Have you ever noticed how it really feels? How long that sensation stays? How long are you thinking about it?First, let me
Today I'm discussing what you can do to feel good about whatever season of your life you're in.Find out what tools and questions to ask yourself can be helpful.
Today, I'm giving you my definition of healthy relationships.Based on trust, respect and confidence, there are a few key elements that can help you have better relationships.I also discuss the set of rules we have for ourselves and others, like
In today's episode, I'm telling you the story of What Gets You Cooking, how the podcast came to be and how I'll be exploring more than food from now on.I also share with you my word of the year for 2022.Thanks for listening!
In today's episode I'm interviewing Erica Du, the co-founder of Let's Talk Food.She'll share with us how she started this series of online events inviting food experts to help you demystify the food supply chain system, with Eli Kariv last May.
I am re-running episode 1 on mindful eating in honor of Mental Health Day tomorrow Oct. 10. In this episode, Alexandra Rossi, a certified mindfulness instructor, is sharing her perspective on Mindful Eating and gives you plenty of ideas to try
Today I'm interviewing Ada from Marmalade+Kindness in London. She’s going to share her story with us and how she created Marmelade+Kindness, her online cooking journal she launched to inspire and encourage people to find moments of mindfulness
today I wanted to share a super simple episode about my favorite summer produce and recipes, and some of my favorite farmers in the Bay Area...
Today in episode 19, Jonas Pariente is sharing his perspective on food and telling us about his project: "Grandmas Project", a collaborative web-series sharing the recipes and stories of grandmas around the world, filmed by their grandchildren.
Mothers' day is right around the corner so I wanted to talk about the inspiration our mothers and grandmothers can have on us, and us on our children.Today I wanted to share a few thoughts on what cooking brings to children, having them around
Today I'm bringing you some information about cooking as a therapy.I've been playing with this concept for a few months and now with everyone being quarantined I thought I'd start to share my discoveries.Happy listening!
Today, I'm sharing my perspective on the book "French Kids Eat Everything" by Karen Le  Billon.On this Valentine's day I wanted to bring a lot of compassion to all parents, and especially to those who have so-called "picky eaters".In her book,
Today Kelly is going to share with us her perspective on food and how to reclaim our power around food.We'll talk about Italy, eating with the seasons, the importance of breakfast and she'll share many tips to make your cooking simpler and more
Today I am talking to you about a documentary I saw featuring international researchers studying the impact of food on our brains.I'll discuss what I've seen and learned, especially how processed foods can affect our daily behaviors at any age
In this episode, I interview Lisa Murray, retail manager at La Cocina, a nonprofit working to solve problems of equity in business ownership for women, immigrants and people of color, in San Francisco. She shares where her love of cooking and s
Whether you're a foodie or a food entrepreneur, BiteUnite may interest you.Learn more about this great new co-working space in San Francisco and Hong Kong.
In today's episode, Allison Eckert, Associate Director of Development and Communications at 18 reasons, shares with us her perspective on food and let us in on all of their programs and events.18 reasons is a community cooking school and the le
In this episode I interview Ave Lambert, director of programs at CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture).They discuss their programs and their personal love of food and how they got to where they are now after being a c
In episode 9, Maxime Pouvreau, founder of Petit Pot, a delicious, sweet, creamy pudding line, shares a lot with us! His journey from being a little kid with a big dream to a successful food entrepreneur, his favorite tool in the kitchen as well
I'm finally back at work and can't wait to share with you what's coming up in the next couple of episodes so here's a sneak peek!
In this episode, Perrine will share her perspective on cooking and food education. She will share how she got involved and how giving the kids some responsibilities in meal prep is successful.
Her is my take on time saving tips and services.I'll be waiting to hear form you on the Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/WhatGetsYouCooking/
Jenn launched MomBods with Denise; a fitness lifestyle community designed to help women take care of their bodies and create life-changing results through exercise and nutrition. In today's episode, Jenn will share plenty of tips she uses for h
Today I would like to talk to you about 2 things:Why it matters to nourish your body (and how it’ll fill your mind too) AND simplicity or how you can cook with almost no tools, no space or no time. Basically showing there is no excuse not to ma
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