Pod #49 - Best of 2017
Jan 17, 2018
In this special recap episode Angela walks us back through Season 1 of the Spark Inspire Your Life Podcast, stopping along the way to spend some time with our favorite episodes of 2017. We’ll revisit all the best parts of the best conversations with the best co-hosts and guests, and leave you inspired to take on the new year.
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- Episode 43: Denaye Barahona from Simple Families talks to us about how to take a minimalist approach to parenting that allows kids to lead the way in play.
- Episode 39: Jeanine Donofrio of Love & Lemons uses the lessons she learned from starting a food blog to encourage everyone to just go for what they want creatively, to try something new without even knowing where it’s going. You can always stop if it doesn’t work out.
- Episode 34: Sarah Reardon, the vagina whisperer, is our guest. If you are a woman, you must listen to this episode. Sarah is a pelvic health specialist who is using her hilarious Instagram account and her practice to educate women on their bodies and bring awareness to issues of women’s pelvic health.
- Episode 30: Angela shares a great lesson from one of life’s sucky moments, and she and Nicole give us some tips to reduce screen time when it feels like the addiction is ubiquitous and tough to avoid for ourselves and those around us.
- Episode 26 is all about the Five Love Languages. Everyone can benefit by knowing more about what makes those we love feel the most loved.
- Episode 21: Our Mother’s day special episode with Marie Barrese was jam-packed with wisdom from Angela’s mom and some truly inspirational shout outs from listeners to their own mamas.
- Episode 15 is all about time and how we prioritize it. This is a great one for getting real with yourself and committing to making the most of your and others’ time, with some great tips from Angela and Nicole to help get clear.
- Episode 9 on embracing change shows how change, though scary and uncomfortable, can often be the best thing to help us grow and lead us where we want to be.
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