UN-Podcast 033: Unevolved (Susan McCauley)

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[source] How do you feel about “conventional wisdom?” If you’re a member of the Paleo/Primal/WAP/Traditional/Real Food/Ancestral Health/Vegan/Vegetarian/Eastern Medicine/Ayurvedic/Functional Medicine/etc etc etc communities, then you probably hear the phrase “conventional wisdom” and immediately sniff in disdain. Merriam-Webster calls conventional wisdom (n), … Continue reading

UNPodcast 032: UNgraced

[source] Grace isn’t easy. Grace is practice and grace is earned. Grace can be lost in a matter of moments–but never forever. And grace can be regained through awareness, balance, and care. I am not a graceful person. When I … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 030: UNbalanced (Dietitian Cassie)

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[source] BALANCE: noun An even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady. (stability of one’s mind or feelings.) A condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions. verb Keep or put … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 028: UNimprovised

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[source] Let’s talk about “Yes And.” If you’ve ever done any theatre (or been stuck in a drama class with a mean ol’ drama teacher like me), then you’ve been forced to play improv games. At the very least, you … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 026: UNlisted

One of the most important things I think we can do in order to break free from addictions, end disordered eating and exercise, and transform our bodies and our health is to stop following our “high-fact” and “low-fact” diets. Today’s … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 018: UNStoppable

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Here’s why today’s episode of the Finding Our Hunger podcast is amazing, summed up in one quote from our ridiculously eloquent guest: “You never know everything–and as soon as you do, you don’t anymore.” Is how you eat or exercise an … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 017: UNPlanned

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[source] I’m convinced that the people who have come into my life since I began this crazy journey to recovery a year ago have a ridiculously fated quality. For example, a year ago, while dealing with the aftermath of the … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 015: UNlearning

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Let me start by saying that I’ve been blessed to have grown up as the older sister of many awesome siblings. Having a big family and getting to not only be a role model but also watch my siblings grow … Continue reading

UN-Podcast 011: UNcompromising

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[SOURCE] Hard to believe it’s been three years since I made the difficult decision to leave grad school and give up theatre as my career. It was a compromise I made in order to find and maintain my health and … Continue reading